The proDataMarket SoE and CAPAS business cases have been published/presented at the RuleML2015 Industry Track:
Norwegian State of Estate: A Reporting Service for the State-Owned Properties in Norway by Ling Shi, Bjørg E. Pettersen, Ivar Østhassel, Nikolay Nikolov, Arash Khorramhonarnama, Arne J. Berre, and Dumitru Roman
- Abstract: Statsbygg is the public sector administration company responsible for reporting the state-owned property data in Norway. Traditionally the reporting process has been resource-demanding and error-prone. The State of Estate (SoE) business case presented in this paper is creating a new reporting service by sharing, integrating and utilizing cross-sectorial property data, aiming to increase the transparency and accessibility of property data from public sectors enabling downstream innovation. This paper explains the ambitions of the SoE business case, highlights the technical challenges related to data integration and data quality, data sharing and analysis, discusses the current solution and potential use of rules technologies.
CAPAS: A Service for Improving the Assignments of Common Agriculture Policy Funds to Farmers and Land Owners by Mariano Navarro, Ramón Baiget, Jesús Estrada and Dumitru Roman
- Abstract: The Tragsa Group is part of the group of companies administered by the Spanish state-owned holding company Sociedad Estatal de Participaciones Industriales (SEPI). Its 37 years of experience have placed this business group at the forefront of different sectors ranging from agricultural, forestry, livestock, and rural development services, to conservation and protection of the environment in Spain. Tragsa is currently developing a business case around the implementation of a Common Agriculture Policy Assignment Service (CAPAS) – an extension of a currently active and widely used service (more than 20 million visits per year). The extension of the service in this business case is based on leveraging new cross-sectorial data sources, and targets a substantial reduction of incorrect agricultural funds assignments to farmers and land owners. This paper provides an overview of the business case, technical challenges related to the implementation of CAPAS (in areas such as data integration), discusses the current solution and potential use of rule technologies.