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BSS - Facilitating bio data exchange across New Zealand
Vision: By 2016 New Zealand has developed and proofed (through a working demonstration) a “biodata services stack” (BSS). This stack ensures that:
- guidelines and procedures exist and are maintained so that (key elements of) primary biodata can be archived and published consistently in any organisation across New Zealand;
- support for national systems (e.g. vocabularies, standards) for archiving and publishing of primary biodata across New Zealand exist and is maintained; and
- published biodata is discoverable and accessible via standards-based web-services to enable data sharing and mobilisation.
Organisations across New Zealand collecting biodata have agreed to implement and adhere to the biodata services stack in their biodata management and archiving processes and data publishing functions.
Goal of the TFBIS project “A national network for connecting and mobilising primary biodiversity data” is to work towards that vision by (i) defining use-cases for data mobilisation, (ii) specifying architecture and components the BSS needs to consist of, and (iii) implementing a working demonstration type connecting a limited number of data sources and providing solutions for some of the identified use-cases.
Key Information for project partners
- Information about existing standards and tools for exchanging bio data
- For Data Providers: How to get "BSS ready?"
- What will data users be able to do? For what can BSS be used?
More Information about the project
- TFBIS scoping report
- Project overview / 2-pager
- BSS Presentation
- Project Plan
- Dataversity Interoperability Blog
Project Director: Jochen Schmidt, Chief Scientist Environmental Information NIWA
BSS - What's happening?
A number of workshops are currently planned to gather information about biodata sources and uses. Stay tuned!
|Date / Time||Venue|
|8th May||Palmerston North|
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