Ontologies and interoperability

The new challenges of integrating different types of information, in relation to their content and nature, require the applicability of ontologies, as a technique for organizing and representing information, and semantic interoperability, for the communication and interpretation of the various systems in a clear way.    


The CCG/ZGDV Institute has a team specialized in the design of ontologies and semantic interoperability, applied to innovative approaches aimed at developing qualified information management. Through data characterization, information specification and ontological mapping, it is possible to respond to interoperability problems, by allowing the integration of different information systems.


CCG/ZGDV supports organizations through the following activities:

  • Knowledge representation
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Creating virtual assistants
  • Representation and visualization of information
  • Development of recommendation systems
  • Application of interoperability



Define a data organization and structure

Organize and structure data in a precise and consistent way, making it easier to understand and use.



Establish accurate communication

Define the concepts and relationships that exist in communication between different systems, clearly and precisely, in a specific domain. 



Reuse knowledge

Make information available in different applications and contexts, independent of platforms and technologies.


Facilitate the search and retrieval of information

Allow data to be searched and retrieved more accurately and efficiently.



Apply data integration

Integrate data from different sources, making it more consistent and easier to use.