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OKG Virtual Training

Knowledge Graph/FIBO

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Knowledge Graph / FIBO Overview

Businesses today need to have comprehensive control and understanding of the data both within the enterprise and from outside. Regulatory pressure in many industries requires that an enterprise be able to find all relevant data about customers, products, business relations, and in fact, any aspect of the business quickly and accurately. Advances in data analytics have shown that the more meaningful data an enterprise can bring to bear, the more accurately business drivers can be predicted. For this reason, many businesses are migrating from viewing their enterprise information as a collection of data to viewing it as an ongoing graph of meaningful knowledge.

Knowledge Graph / FIBO Training options include:

Knowledge Graph Virtual Classes

DCAM classes

Knowledge Graph and FIBO

This instructor-led, live virtual course is targeted to data professionals, including database administrators, data scientists, analysts, as well as business architects and product managers for data-driven applications. In general, this course is for anyone who knows a good data model when they see it, and who knows why that is important. .

You will learn the fundamentals of the technology and business case around Knowledge Graphs, as well as their history and why they are important in the enterprise today. In particular, you will learn:

  • What a Knowledge Graph is, what are its uses, and how does it provide business value.
  • Different approaches to Knowledge Graphs, and when to use them
  • Knowledge Graph standards and their importance in governance and application sustainability
  • Categories of tools for building, deploying and maintaining knowledge graphs
  • Best Practices for data publication, use and re-use
  • How to build a simple example of a knowledge graph using sample data combined with public datay

Upcoming Open Virtual Courses

    October 22-23 (830am-230pm BST / 930am-330pm CEST / 1-7pm IST daily)

    November 19-20 (8am-2pm Pacific / 11am-5pm Eastern daily)

Dedicated Virtual Course Option For Your Company

To accomodate member firms seeking a private course, the EDM Council offers a dedicated virtual option. Please contact Robert Rummel ( for details.

Open Knowledge Graph and FIBO Curricula

  • Knowledge Graph Business Case and Market Adoption
    • Perspective On Data
    • Industry Use Cases
    • Key Takeaways
  • Knowledge Graph Enterprise Architecture
    • Enterprise Architecture overview
    • Data languages (RDF, RDFS, SKOS)
    • Query language (SPARQL)a
    • Modeling Language (OWL)
    • Enterprise Architecture Ecosystem
  • FIBO Industry Model review
    • Structure
    • Content
    • Infrastructure
  • Knowledge Graph Hands-on exercise
    • Swaps in Finance
    • Toxic byproducts in Agriculture
    • Automotive manufacturing
  • Course Summary & Accreditation
    • Summary / Survey / Accreditation

Knowledge Graph Training Instructors

Deam Allemang

Dean Allemang

  • EDM Council Senior Advisor – Knowledge Graph & FIBO
  • Chief Scientist, TopQuadrant Inc, Capsicum Business Architects PTY LLC
  • Advisor, Open PHACTS project
  • Expert Panelist, Innovative Medicines Initiative and NSF of Ireland
  • PhD, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Ohio State
  • Marshall Scholar, Cambridge University
  • Swiss Prize for Technical Innovation, 1992 and 1996
  • Co-author: Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist
Robert Trypuz

Robert Trypuz

  • Graduated from the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (Poland)
  • Obtained the PhD in Informatics and Telecommunication from the University of Trento (Italy)
  • Active in the area of Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Web technologies for automotive and financial industries
  • Robert was involved in the creation of the automotive and financial extensions for
  • Responsible for the creation of intelligent search engines taking advantage of the most advanced NLP and semantic technologies.
Pawel Garbacz, PhD

Pawel Garbacz, PhD

  • Associate Professor in Department of Foundations of Computer Science (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin) (Poland)
  • Principal Ontologist in BORO Solutions Ltd.
  • Former Research Consultant in Centre for Industrial Applications of Mathematics and Systems Engineering
  • Editor of Journal of Applied Ontology