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ARISE biocloud

The Biocloud is the underlying digital back-end infrastructure of the ARISE program.


What ARISE biocloud can do for you

The ARISE (Authoritative and Rapid Identification System for Essential biodiversity information) is a collaboration between several research institutes and universities supported by SURF and the eScience Center and part of the National Roadmap for Large-Scale Research Facilities. ARISE aims to develop a digital infrastructure for semi-automated species identification and biodiversity monitoring in the Netherlands. To achieve this goal, ARISE relies on a novel open data management architecture, known as the data lakehouse, which enables the integration and management of a wide variety of data types and metadata standards. The architecture is designed to support FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable), ensuring that data and metadata are well-described, accessible, and usable by both humans and machines. The Netherlands eScience Center plays a crucial role in the project by providing expertise in software development, data management, and data analysis. Through their collaboration, ARISE and the eScience Center are working to create a sustainable, innovative and scalable data infrastructure that will benefit not only the scientific community but also policymakers and society as a whole.

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Participating organisations

Netherlands eScience Center
Naturalis Biodiversity Center
CBS-KNAW Fungal Biodiversity Centre
University of Twente
University of Amsterdam


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Jaro Camphuijsen

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Authoritative and Rapid Identification System for Essential biodiversity information

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