The EGIP pilot initiative deploy a data infrastructure aimed at facilitating open access, the sharing of data, collaborative analysis, processing and mining processing, as well as the dissemination of newly generated knowledge.
The EGIP pilot offers a flexible and secure web-based, community-centric platforms, so geothermal stakeholders can work together on common challenges. The EGIP platform uses a specific (VRE) set-up exploiting some of the D4Science infrastructure capabilities, which are developed and operated employing the gCube technology.
The gCube application in EGIP belongs three different domains (also called Application Bundles):
ConnectCube applications are a comprehensive suite of tools, which support a collaborative, standards-oriented data publication environment, including semantic technologies
Social Network facilities
GeosCube applications help practitioners dealing with geospatial information to properly access, consume, and produce data
Geospatial Data Discovery
StatsCube applications make up a complete data-life-cyclesupporting framework, including data validation, data enrichment and efficient analytical tools