Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms – MIMs
The mission of Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) is to unite cities and communities around the world to build a global market for solutions, services, and data based on the needs of cities and communities.
To achieve this mission, OASC champions the Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms (MIMs), a set of practical capabilities based on open technical specifications that allow cities and communities to replicate and scale solutions globally. The MIMs are developed by the OASC Technology Council and governed by the Council of Cities and the Board of Directors.
MIMs provide the technical foundation for procurement and deployment of urban data platforms and end-to-end solutions in cities & communities worldwide.
Scaling Digital Solutions with MIMs
MIMs at a glance
Currently, the following MIMs have been formally adopted by all OASC members:
OASC MIM1 – Context – Context Information Management
OASC MIM2 – Data Modules – Shared Data Models
OASC MIM3 – Contracts – Ecosystem Transaction Management
OASC MIM4 – Trust – Personal Data Management
OASC MIM5 – Transparency – Fair Artificial Intelligence
OASC MIM7 – Places – Geospatial Information Management
The following additional MIMs have been proposed and accepted as work items:
OASC MIM6 – Security – Security Management
OASC MIM8 – Indicators – Ecosystem Indicator Management
OASC MIM9 – Analytics – Data Analytics Management
OASC MIM10 – Resources – Resource Impact Assessment