Roche have been working on a Scientific Interoperability Hub entirely based on Semantic Technologies. The hub consists of three semantically connected layers representing terminologies, metadata and the dataset models described by them and, last but not least, purpose-build domain ontologies.
Roche have coupled more than 80 productive applications to their hub and have started to leverage on the semantically harmonized data at scale. They are using the domain ontologies to instantiate knowledge graphs that are FAIR by design. Therefore, the domain specific knowledge graphs can be joined without any integration effort.
In this presentation, Martin Romacker, Senior Principal Scientist in Scientific Solution Engineering and Architecture at Roche, explains the three different layers and shows how Roche uses the FAIR representation of terminologies, metadata and ontologies to build entirely interoperable knowledge graphs.