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The Open Data Format (O-DF) standard is intended to represent information about things in a standardized way that can be understood and exchanged in a universal way by all information systems that need to manage IoT-related data.Learn More
Open Messaging Interface (O-MI), The Open Group Standard for the Internet of Things (IoT), Version 2.0The Open Messaging Interface (O-MI) standard connectivity model is similar to that of the World-Wide Web (WWW). Where the WWW uses the HTTP protocol for transmitting HTML-coded information mainly intended for human users, O-MI requests are used for transmitting lifecycle-related information mainly intended for automated processing by information systems.Learn More
The O-DEF Standard facilitates interoperability through the use of a common data vocabulary.Learn More
Superseded by C19ELearn More
The Open Messaging Interface (O-MI), an Open Group Internet of Things (IoT) Standard, fulfills the same purpose in the IoT Standards as HTTP does for the Internet.
Reissued in May 2016 with Technical Corrigendum No. 1 applied.
Also updated in September 2017 to apply Technical Corrigendum No. 2 (U174), which updates Appendix A and removes Appendix B.