BeeXML.org is focused on supporting your use of the beeXML standard by:
The BeeXML standard enables the following benefits:
You may also access the BeeXML standard sample on GitHub: https://github.com/hopchop/beeXML.git
XML ‐ (Extensible Markup Language) is used to store and transport data.
Some design principles of XML:
XML is designed for data availability, sharing, transport. It requires complementary technology to do anything else. i.e. Someone must write a piece of software to send, receive, store, or display it, for example:
A multidisciplinary group of different stakeholders including researchers, beekeepers, beekeeping associations, beehive digital monitoring producers, authorities, and others. Collaborators are always welcome as the BeeXML standard is a work in process that depends on the participation of data collectors and reviewers.
The Apimondia Working Group on Bee Data Standardisation is currently overseeing this initiative.
No, BeeXML is not a product (hardware nor software). It is a working standard for the way we collect and manage data about bees and beekeepers.
Yes, everyone is welcome. Just contact us to see how we can collaborate. Are you a researcher? You can also submit an abstract to the BeeXML journal.