The Agricultural Information Management Standards, abbreviated to AIMS, is a web portal managed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). It disseminates standards and good practices in information management for the support of the right to food, sustainable agriculture and rural development. AIMS is facilitated by , in cooperation with a community of practitioners.
AIMS supports the implementation of structured and linked information and knowledge by fostering a community of practice centered on the themes of interoperability, reusability and cooperation.
AIMS comprises a web-based platform whose global community helps make agricultural information increasingly accessible. Discussion and development of community outputs lead to good practices designed to be widely applicable and easy to implement. The products adopted, created and publicized by AIMS enable stakeholders to build open and interoperable information systems. As a core technique to achieve this goal, AIMS adheres to the W3C... Read More