WG Persistent Identification of Instruments (Remote Access Instructions)
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Short introduction describing the scope of the group and if any previous activities
Instruments, such as sensors used in environmental science, DNA sequencers used in life sciences or laboratory engines used for medical domains, are widespread in most fields of applied sciences. The ability to unambiguously refer to and describe an instrument instance, link the instance with instrument type as well as with the broader context in which the instrument operates is critical, especially for automated processing of such contextual information and for the interpretation of generated data. The PIDINST WG aims to apply persistent identification to instrument instances and develop a community-driven metadata schema and recommendation for implementing persistent identification of instruments in existing PID infrastructure.
Additional links to informative material related to the group
Case Statement, available at https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/persistent-identification-instruments/...
Introduction to the PIDINST WG and planning the work.
- Introduction, status and overview (Stocker)
- What is PIDINST
- Status update since Montreal
- Brief overview of Case Statement and feedback from TAB Review
- Use cases
- HZB (Krahl)
- GEOFON (Quinteros)
- NIF Trusted Data Repositories (TDR) (McCafferty)
- LTER-Italy (Oggioni)
- BODC (Darroch)
- Work plan for the first six months and outlook for the WG’s lifetime (Darroch)
- Discuss selected issues and issues raised by the audience
- Next steps and conclusions
Researchers and experts managing or working with instruments as well as representatives of PID infrastructure providers, institutional providers of instrument databases, instrument manufacturers, data centers.
Co-chairs: Markus Stocker, Louise Darroch, Alessandro Oggioni, Andrew Janke
Type of meeting: Working meeting
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