OASC MIMs
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Introduction
OASC Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms
OASC MIMs support institutional capacity development for connected places in a changing world.
OASC MIMs: the 2 minute version
Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms (MIMs) are universal tools for achieving interoperability of data, systems, and services between cities and suppliers around the world. Because the mechanisms are based on an inclusive list of baselines and references, they take into account the different backgrounds of cities and communities and allow cities to achieve interoperability based on a minimal common ground.
Implementation can be different, as long as crucial interoperability points in any given technical architecture use the same interoperability mechanisms. The MIMs are vendor-neutral and technology-agnostic, meaning that anybody can use them and integrate them in existing systems and offerings.

Adopted OASC MIMs

Currently the following MIMs have been formally adopted by all OASC members:
MIM
Status
Name
Short description
Standards and Baselines
​OASC MIM1​
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πŸ‘©βš–
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Governance
Context
Context Information Management
ETSI NGSI-LD ITU-T SG20 DPM
MIMS+
​OASC MIM2​
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πŸ—
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Specification
Data Models
Shared Data Models
SmartDataModels DTDL ORM GTFS
​OASC MIM3​
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πŸ—
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Specification
Contracts
Ecosystem Transactions Management
TMF Open APIs
OMG LETS
​OASC MIM4​
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🧩
Capabilities
Trust
Personal Data Management
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​OASC MIM5​
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🧩
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Capabilities
Transparency
Fair Artificial Intelligence
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​OASC MIM6​
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πŸ’‘
Work item
Security
Security management
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​OASC MIM7​
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🧩
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Capabilities
Places
Geospatial information management
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​OASC MIM8​
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πŸ’‘
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Work item
Indicators
Ecosystem indicator management
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​OASC MIM9​
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πŸ’‘
Work item
Analytics
Data Analytics Management
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​OASC MIM10​
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πŸ’‘
Work item
Resources
Resource Impact Assessment
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