As a leading technology and solutions development organization, the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) brings together the top global ICT companies to advance the industry’s business priorities.
AFCEA provides a forum for military, government and industry communities to collaborate so that technology and strategy align with the needs of those who serve
APCO International is the world’s oldest and largest organization of public safety communications professionals and supports the largest U.S. membership base of any public safety association.
CTIA represents the U.S. wireless communications industry. From carriers and equipment manufacturers to mobile app developers and content creators, we bring together a dynamic group of companies that enable consumers to lead a 21st Century connected life.
iCERT – the Industry Council for Emergency Response Technologies, Inc. - is the only trade association exclusively championing commercial public safety response technology providers, software developers, cloud providers, and all related organizations serving the public safety community.
NENA: The 9-1-1 Association serves the public safety community as the only professional organization solely focused on 9-1-1 policy, technology, operations, and education issues. With more than 15,000 members in 48 chapters across North America and around the globe, NENA promotes the implementation and awareness of 9-1-1 and international three-digit emergency communications systems.
The OnGo Alliance supports the common interests of members, implementers and operators for the development, commercialization, and adoption of LTE solutions for the US 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
Established in 1997 by leading wireless operators, PTCRB certification verifies compliance with global industry standards for wireless cellular devices. The PTCRB Working Group within the CTIA Certification program defines the requirements. Member operators are committed to ensuring device quality through a rigorous certification process. Without PTCRB certification, manufacturers run the risk that their devices will perform poorly on wireless networks.
The purpose of the Project 25 Technology Interest Group (PTIG) is to promote the success of Project 25 and educate interested parties on the benefits that the standard offers.