EEA took part and cooperates on various research and development projects.
COMSODE is an SME-driven RTD FP7 project aimed at progressing the capabilities in the field of Open Data re-use. Project started in October 2013 and has the following main objectives within its 24 months of duration: (1) Create a publication platform called Open Data Node that builds on results of previous research and development in the linked data field. (2) Create a methodology framework for easy use of technology in operating conditions of typical public bodies and rigorously tested for traceability, usability and sustainability in a public body environment. More information ->
Project Europeana Food and Drink
The project is running under European Commission‘s FP7 (ICT PSP 7th call for proposals 2013 Best Practice Network) programme during 2014-2016.
The Project Europeana Food and Drink Best Practice Network will kick-start the creative re-use of digital content from the culture sector to drive new commercial applications and relationships with the Creative Industries.
We will achieve this objective by demonstrating the potential of high-value digital content accessed through Europeana to provide the basis for innovative and commercially viable applications and services developed with Creative Industry partners. More information ->
EEA took part on 48-months research and development project co-funded by the European Commission under the Sixth Framework Programme, priority 2, “Information Society Technologies”, which started on 1st December 2005. The objective of Prolixwas to align learning with business processes in order to enable organizations to improve faster the competencies of their employees according to continuous changes of business requirements. EEA participated as a technological and integration partner. More information ->
Project “Open Source infrastructure”
In 2004 the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic commissioned the EEA to explore possibilities of open source (OS) software usage in informatization in the Slovak Republic. Based on the information collected from 2.000 companies and institutions we identified basic types of information system (IS) architecture in public administration, education and in small and medium enterprises (SME). Within individual applications the features of commonly bought software (proprietary) and available OS solutions were compared. The solution makers subsequently designed conversion process for each application (migration plan) for suitable OS alternative. More information ->
Project Europeana Local
EEA participated on EU funded project Europeana local as regional technological partner. We created OAI-PMH harvester and OAI server. We guided local providers of data for Europeana through the whole process data provision.
This project is dedicated to development of the powerful capacity management and planning tool. Feywa is integrated to Atlassian JIRA. For more information about functionality, ordering or price visit project/product site www.feywa.com.