United Nations FAO Chooses OWLIM for Uniting Their Data

United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization chose OWLIM for their new website data.fao.org

The data.fao.org website blends together statistics, maps, pictures, and documents on food and agriculture from throughout the Organization.

“After evaluating several triplestore options, both commercial and open source, we decided to use OWLIM 5, a native and pure Java RDF database engine with extensive reasoning support. OWLIM 5 has made the development of the data.fao.org catalogue component easier because it offers full compliance with the de-facto standard API model provided by the open source OpenRDF Sesame framework as well as support for the latest SPARQL 1.1 and SPARQL Update languages and protocols.” – Luciano Blasetti, Solution Architect

Source: Ontotext
CATEGORY: Bulgaria

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