DI-ÖSS: Building a digital infrastructure in South Tyrol
MetadataShow full item record
This paper presents the DI-ÖSS project, a local digital infrastructure initiative for South Tyrol, which aims at connecting institutions and organizations that are working with language data. It shall serve to facilitate and increase data exchange, joint efforts in processing and exploiting data and the overall increase of synergies, and thus links to big European infrastructure initiatives. However, while sharing the overall objectives to foster standardization and increase efficiency and sustainability, on the implementation level a local initiative faces a different set of challenges. It aims to involve institutions which are less familiar with the logic of infrastructure and have less experience and fewer resources to deal with technical matters in a systematic way. The paper will describe how DI- ¨OSS addresses the needs for digital language infrastructure on a local level; lay out the course of action; and depict the targeted mid- and long-term outputs of the project.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Valentin, E; Jud, M; Haller, G; Wytrzens, HK; Maurer, O (Springer, 2014)One of the five identified territorial types of strategic importance to the Alpine Space was the type “tourism areas”. Especially in the core alpine area but also the surrounding rural areas tourism often is the key economy. ...
Edible green infrastructure: An approach and review of provisioning ecosystem services and disservices in urban environments Russo A; Escobedo FJ; Cirella GT; Zerbe S (2017)Recently published green infrastructure, nature-based solutions, and ecosystem disservices (ED) literature have focused primarily on the supply of urban regulating and cultural ecosystem services (ES). Other literature on ...
The economic benefit of an innovative urban information infrastructure: the choice experiment method applied to the Smart Totem of EU project SINFONIA Bisello A; Grilli G (2016)The diffusion and integration of the information and communication technologies (ICT) in the urban environment is a pillar of the current smart city development approach. Sensors, monitors, and portable devices allow ...