We provide the tools, knowledge and experience to help organisations of all sizes make the best use of the data, content and knowledge that sit in disparate silos. We connect people with the information they need, when they need it.
We are passionate advocates of Linked Open Data.
We believe that publishing Open Data helps organisations build trust through transparency and gain leadership by publicising their knowledge.
We believe that by linking Open Data we can together create a true Web of Data with possibilities beyond our imagining.
Networked Planet’s Data Platform offers an easy-to-use web platform for organisations of any size to publish data for use on the Semantic Web.
Using existing Semantic Web standards, the Data Platform makes it simple to manage and host your data and provides an themeable interface for users to browse hosted datasets.
BrightstarDB is a native .NET RDF triple store with some unique features that make it the ideal platform for developing both Linked Data applications and generic applications that require a flexible schema-free approach to storage in a .NET environment. BrightstarDB was created by the founders of NetworkedPlanet and is now an open-source project.
The Networked Planet Web3 Platform provides a complete solution for managing and publishing ISO Topic Maps. Web3 makes it easy to create domain knowledge models complete with semantic links between topics and provides a simple browser-based interface for adding and editing topics and their relationships.
Concepts for SharePoint makes it possible to integrate a complex domain knowledge model into the standard SharePoint Managed Metadata System (MMS). Users can navigate via Concept Pages, that bring relevant content directly to them without requiring them to search.
Like many web content management systems, EPiServer manages the pages of a site in a strict hierarchy with limited tagging support for managing other groupings of pages. With Concepts for EPiServer it is possible to use an existing domain knowledge model to structure the content of and access to a web site; or as a way to better index and organize existing site content.
NetworkedPlanet can provide your organization with the help and support necessary to kick-start the process of building a domain knowledge model and creating linked data.
Our approach focuses on getting the details about the domain and the source data out of the heads of the subject matter experts and into a form that can be expressed visually and clearly documented as a first step to building a knowledge structure or planning a data extraction and transform. This approach is independent of any final implementation (whether it is with NetworkedPlanet’s tools or with other tools).
We can also help with the technical aspects of implementation using our products, giving you the advice and support you need to make the best use of them in your projects. We can also develop bespoke solutions and integrations that meet your needs.
NetworkedPlanet provides a number of basic training courses that can be held on your premises.
We provide a number of different courses on the fundamentals of RDF and its application in publishing Linked Data. These courses cover topics such as the RDF model; RDF Schema; OWL Ontologies; querying RDF with SPARQL; and publishing Linked Data with RDF; in theory and in practice
We provide courses on the theory and practice of topic maps, covering aspects such as: the core topic map model; how to make topic maps using Web3; topic map patterns and anti-patterns; building topic maps for future extensibility; and querying topic maps with SPARQL.
We can also provide standard and bespoke training courses for any of our products.
We offer limited-time evaluations on most of our products.
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