Protégé’s plug-in architecture can be adapted to build both simple and complex ontology-based applications. Developers can integrate the output of Protégé with rule systems or other problem solvers to construct a wide range of intelligent systems. Most important, the Stanford team and the vast Protégé community are here to help.
Protégé is actively supported by a strong community of users and developers that field questions, write documentation, and contribute plug-ins.
W3C Standards Support
Protégé fully supports the latest OWL 2 Web Ontology Language and RDF specifications from the World Wide Web Consortium.
Extensible Open Source Environment
Protégé is based on Java, is extensible, and provides a plug-and-play environment that makes it a flexible base for rapid prototyping and application development.