The immediate post-COVID needs for societies are reopening of borders, ensuring connectedness, trust in international relations and IT systems, as well as long-term robustness and the ability to plan with flexibility.

How can this work?

With people and business organisations seeking freedom, autonomy and self-organization, we identified interoperability as a common denominator that can cater to all these needs.

According to us, interoperability, at its bare minimum, encompasses the following components, levels and perspectives:

The interoperability of organizations, processes and resources, communication, data and infrastructure can be developed on similar principles and follow comparable developing processes. This model can be applied to a variety of complex socio-technical systems that support healthy, green and just societies.