A company from Braga has created software that will support the archive of European Union legislation, a digital repository that integrates more than 75 million files, including treaties, regulations and judgments, announced the University of Minho.
In a statement, the University of Minho (UMinho) explains that the technology, dubbed “Roda”, was created by one of its spin-offs, Keep Solutions, in partnership with the General Direction of the Book, Archives and Libraries.
“[Roda] is a repository capable of incorporating, preserving and giving access to all kinds of material produced by large public or private organizations. It follows international standards for digital preservation systems, allowing information to remain authentic and accessible throughout the world. time, “explains in the text the director for innovation at Keep Solutions, Luís Faria.
According to Minhota academy, that Portuguese software was selected from among several proposals by the Publications Office of the European Union, based in Luxembourg and which ensures the publication of the publications of the European institutions.
The European Union Publications Office is also “responsible for the production and dissemination of legal documents and the management of European platforms which provide citizens, businesses and governments with EU official information and data, such as the European Union Open Data Portal and EUR-LEX – Access to European Union law, which gives free access to the Official Journal of the EU, among others, “it reads.
Keep Solutions was founded ten years ago and is dedicated to the development of advanced solutions for information management and digital preservation, working with institutions such as the Presidency of the Republic, the Torre do Tombo National Archive, Army and Navy, several ministries and universities, dozens of municipalities and other entities.
Keep Solutions is headquartered in Braga and was created by former students and professors of Computer Science and Computer Science at UMinho.