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Browse the MIM on the Webhttps://mipsite.lsec.dnd.ca/mim/2.0/html/index.htm

The MIP Information Model 2.0 is available in HTML format. Please follow the link to inspect the semantic reference for multinational C2 information exchange.

22 Mar 14
Recommended use of MIP Baseline20140407-MIP-Baseline_3_1_Use-Letter.pdf
 
Previous MIP Baselines 2.0 and 3.0 are obsolete and are no longer supported by the MIP community. Since the NISP and FMN Profile specify the MIP Baseline 3.1, the MIP community endorses only the use of MIP Baseline 3.1 in future exercises and deployments.

09 Apr 14
MIP Information Model 2.0Instructions for Access to MIM 2.0

The Multilateral Interoperability Programme is proud to announce version 2.0 of the MIP Information Model (MIM) - a unique semantic reference for C2 information exchange in support of a capability-based and service-oriented interoperability solution.

Interested parties are welcome to access the model in accordance with MIP policy (attached).

 

22 Mar 14
MIP Information Model (MIM) - Information SheetMIM Information Sheet
Interested in the MIP Information Model (MIM)?
 
The MIM Information Sheet provides an overview of the MIM, and aims to explain to a non-technical audience what the MIM is, how it helps achieve Command and Control interoperability and how it relates to the JC3IEDM.

22 Mar 14
     
 

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