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standards, technology and best practices. It is also a forum connecting information management workers 
around the world to discuss open access and open data. AIMS represents collaboration and 
interoperability.

Latest News

  • FAO to participate to the 119th Open geospatial Consortium (OGC) on June 16, 2021

    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) will participate in the OGC Agriculture DWG session on identifying the “Organisational landscape of Agriculture - state of play, gaps and challenges” on 16 June from 6:00 -7:30 PM CEST.    The “Organisational landscape of Agriculture - state of play, gaps and challenges” ...
  • Registration is now open! First IGAD Coffee Break Webinar on 16 June

    The first webinar as part of the Research Data Alliance Interest Group for Agricultural Data (IGAD)’s new Coffee Break initiative will take place on 16 June from 13:00 to 13:30 CEST. The webinar, titled Aligning AGROVOC and Ontologies to connect semantics to improve Agrifood data annotation and interoperability will feature Pier Luigi ...

FAOs Knowledge sharing

07.04.2021 – The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) published the eBook "Farm data management, sharing and services for agriculture development”. Developed in partnership with the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) and the Pan African Farmers Organization (PAFO), the book aims to strengthen the skills of professionals who use, manage data for the benefit of farmers and farmers organizations by exposing them to the topics of importance of data in the agriculture value chain. It also wants to explain how new and existing technologies, products and services can leverage farm level and global data to improve yield, reduce loss, add value and increase profitability and resilience.