Measurement is possibly one of the most demanded data models because measuring is key in any system. Other data models can allocate measurements. Anyhow this data model is quite generic to be used for many types of these measurements.
It is located at dataModel.Device subject.
DeviceMeasurement. Description of a generic measurement entity coming from a device or other data source.
Open sessions are 30 minutes of live support for users and contributors of the Smart Data Models held every Monday at 14:00 CET. You can also comment on your ideas about new required data models.
Now you can see in the announcement banner in the upper part of the page this icon
It allows you to add to your google calendar the open sessions all Mondays.
Once you have the json schema of a smart Data model there are two services that allow you to generate random payloads compliant with the JSON schema in NGSI-LD.
both services are for generating
these services have been updated and some errors were fixed.
Soon these services will be also available for NGSI v2 platform.
The adaptation of the frictionless data standard is completed with these three new data models in the datamodel.FrictionlessData subject
- CSVDialectFrictionlessData. The CSV dialect descriptor. Converted for Smart Data Models initiative from original frictionless data
- DataResourceFrictionlessData. Data Resource. Converted for Smart Data Models initiative from original frictionless data
- TableSchemaFrictionlessData. A Table Schema for this resource, compliant with the Table Schema specification. Converted for Smart Data Models initiative from original frictionless data
These data models can easy the integration with OpenSDG a tool for demonstrate the progress in terms of SDG for a region, large organization or country. Open SDG is an open source, free-to-reuse platform for managing and publishing data and statistics related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Now it is possible to check if the defined properties of a new model have already been used in other models.
Thus there are two new sections in the check of the data model:
Just a minor announcement about Open sessions. They will be retaken on the 16th.
You can suggest topics for the sessions. Domain-specific (e.g. health, environment, robotics, etc), subject (e.g. DCAT-AP, TouristDestinations, urban mobility, etc), or standardizations that should be mapped into the smart data models (e.g. SDG, DLT, ROS, cityGML, etc) or another topic. You could also present your presentation/questions during the session if you wish. We would appreciate you to mention why this suggested topic is relevant.
There is a new section in the Learning zone (4th option from the left in the upper menu).
The three new videos explain how to create data models without much technical knowledge thanks to the text editor online.
In the main menu, now there is a new option FAQs, with quick answers to the most demanded questions.
Visit and suggest new ones in this mail firstname.lastname@example.org