Type of API subject*
|Austria||Austria-INSPIRE-Geodata||INSPIRE geo-Portal catalog service of the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management.|
|Belgium, Brussels||Belgium-Brussels-INSPIRE-Geodata||Discovery of the Brussels-Capital Region metadata service.|
http://www.geo.irisnet.be/GeoNetwork/SRV/fre/CSW?service=CSW & VERSION = 2.0.2 & REQUEST = GetCapabilities
HSLAYERS-NG: MODERN MAPPING FRAMEWORK.
In the case of the RDF data, as you know we have some sample applications that query datasets in virtuoso (currently holding more than 700 Million triples), and visualize this data, for example in hs_layer applications, e.g., http://ng.hslayers.org/examples/foodie-zones/ . The query is in SPARQL, and the application only specified that the result should be returned in JSON format. So, in this case Raitis, in the application, loops through the results and creates the features to be displayed. Hence, no particular JSON schema is used, the JSON returned is based on the query columns.
However, all the datasets have an underlying model (ontology), available at: https://github.com/FOODIE-cloud/ontology
|Denmark||Denmark-Map-Supply||The Map Supply ("Kortforsyningen") is a national distribution platform for maps and other kinds of geospatial information.|
|Denmark||Denmark-National-Service-Platform||The National Service Platform ("Den Nationale Serviceplatform") is an infrastructur that enables using national registries and services when treating patients in the healtcare system.|
|Estonia||Estonia-Health||Of possible interest because it is cross-border|
We will provide details later
|EU, INSPIRE validator||EU-INSPIRE-ETF|
ETF (European Testing Framework (http://docs.etf-validator.net/v2.0/index.html) validator
ETF is an open source testing framework for validating spatial data, metadata and web services in Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs).
The design of ETF is driven by three goals: be user-friendly, consistent with the standards and capable of testing all resources in an SDI.
User-friendly means that you do not have to be a developer to use it and that test reports include sufficient information for technical staff to understand the reasons for warnings and errors detected during the execution of tests. The user interface and the test reports support multiple languages, too.
The concepts in ETF are based on ISO 19105 and the OGC Specification Model which underpin the standards used in SDIs. Tests are organized in Executable Test Suites, which may be developed and executed using different tools to properly support all kinds of resources in an SDI. Currently supported are:
· SoapUI, a widely used tool for testing web services
· BaseX, an XML database, for testing sets of XML documents - including very large ones
· TEAM Engine, the tool used by the OGC CITE tests, to support the modern CITE tests developed using TestNG
OrganiCity is a service for experimentation that explores how citizens, businesses and city authorities can work together to create digital solutions to urban challenges. This API allows you to read global roles assigned to a user, read roles specific to requesting client assigned to a user, add or remove global roles to or from a user and more. This component streamlines the handling of reading, editing and assigning roles for specific users. The functionalities of this API are only available to the service accounts of clients, and require appropriate roles. Organicity is a company that creates smart cities of the future as a platform for interaction between everyone including citizens, activists, researchers, businesses, government and more.
This API facilitates exploration and inspection of available assets using OrganiCity. It allows access to the urban data observatory while providing data scientists, city decision makers, organizations and citizens a way to explore mixed static and real-time urban and social data streams. This includes; searching, retrieving and filtering assets using multiple options such as; information about services, sites and providers, assets data and experiments. OrganiCity is a company that creates smart cities of the future as a platform for interaction between everyone including citizens, activists, researchers, businesses, government and more.
This API provides access to the data stored in Organicity. This includes; information about services, sites and providers, assets data and experiments. OrganiCity is a company that creates smart cities of the future as a platform for interaction between everyone including citizens, activists, researchers, businesses, government and more.
|Specific API||No||City, Various, smart city, Citizens||International||EU|
|EU,INSPIRE Geocatalogue||EU-INSPIRE-Geocatalogue||The INSPIRE geocatalogue lets access to the MS geodata that are shared for the Purpose of the INSPIRE directive.|
The Helsinki City Service Map API provides service points (schools, daycare places, etc.) for the city of Helsinki, Finland. Service points include: education; health services; social and family services; culture and leisure; technical services and city environment; financial, planning, and administrative services; Rescue Department services; State services; and tourism & events. A RESTful API is available to access this data in JSON and XML formats.
The City of Helsinki Service Map provides an overview of groups capable of providing useful information and services to people in Helsinki, along with data on the connections between those groups. The Service Map REST API allows users to retrieve information on organizations, departments, units, services, and the overall network created by those entities.Documentation for the City of Helsinki Service Map API is available in Finnish and English.
API Géo: Query geographic repositories more easily (France)
The Geo API is an easy-to-use toolkit to make your applications and databases smarter in terms of positioning and knowledge of territories.
Thanks to her you can:
Search for municipalities by name, postal code or geographic coordinates Know the groups to which a municipality belongs and their skills (soon) Know if a parcel belongs to certain zonings (appellations of origin, priority neighbourhoods...) (soon) The different features are coming gradually, stay informed by following this page or by contacting us.
Dublin City Community Maps is a service of Dublin (Ireland) City Council, providing maps of local amenities. Available mapped facilities fall under the following categories: arts and culture; community; community health; council facilities; education; government and legal; information services; places of worship; recycling; sports and recreation; transport; and youth services. A RESTful API is available to access this data in XML format.
|Specific API||No||Map, geospatial||City||IE|
|Ireland, Patient opinion (NGO)||Ireland-Patient-Opinion||Patient opinion is a platform where citizens can share their stories regarding their injuries and where they can suggest improvement for the health services. The website also offers an API where developers can easily connect to the data on the website|
|Plan4all||SPOI||SPARQL endpoint to several open EU datasets. SPOI contains over 4 millions points of interest around the world. SPOI graph: http://www.sdi4apps.eu/poi.rdf|
More information about SPOI: https://sdi4apps.eu/spoi/
|Specific API||Yes||Points of interest||World||EU|
|UAB-CREAF||Geospatial User Feedback API|
"The OGC Geospatial User Feedback implementation of the H2020 NextGEOSS project developed by the MiraMon team of the Grumets research group in the Universistat Autònoma de Barcelona and CREAF.
NiMMbus (http://www.opengis.uab.cat/nimmbus) - NiMMbus is solution for storing geospatial resources on the MiraMon cloud. The system implements the Geospatial User Feedback (GUF) standard developed in the OGC www.opengeospatial.org/standards/guf (and started in the FP7 GeoViQua project). It to provide comments, ratings, questions, etc that can be associated with geospatial datasets on a catalogue using a data/metadata identifier. The initial implemention of NiMMbus being extended to the GUF in the H2020 NextGEOSS project. The system allows to creating a citation of an external resource (in an external catalogue or repository) and associate feedback items about it."
|API initiative||No||Geospatial User Feedback||global||ES|
|United Kingdom||UK-Civil-service||The UK's Civil Service helps job-seekers find work or retrain for new careers in industry, government, agriculture, and education. The Civil Service API enables developers retrieve and list all jobs currently available across the whole of the UK Civil Service.|
|United Kingdom||UK-LG||The LG Inform and LG Inform Plus API allows users to view and download open data about British places, people, and performance data from local councils. It's designed for use by both amateur and professional developers. The API is free for the first 500 MB, but developers can pay a subscription fee to extend this limit.|
|Specific API||No||Places, people, performance data||National||UK|
|United Kingdom, NHS||UK-NHS||NHS Choices has created a set of web services to allow approved partners to interact with the service, free of charge. The web services return NHS Choices content in a form that can be easily...|
|United Kingdom, Patient Opinion (NGO)||UK-Patient-Opinion||Patient opinion is a platform where citizens can share their stories regarding their injuries and where they can suggest improvement for the health services. The website also offers an API where developers can easily connect to the data on the website|