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UITP, the International Association of Public Transport is the international network for public transport authorities and operators, policy decision-makers, scientific institutes and the public transport supply and service industry. It is a platform for worldwide cooperation, business development and the sharing of know-how between its 3,400 members from 92 countries. UITP is the global advocate of public transport and sustainable mobility, and the promoter of innovations in the sector.

IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE's highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.

IMSA is a non-profit organization, dedicated to Public Safety, Training, and the Promotion of new ideas for Traffic Control, and Fire Alarm.

The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America)was established in 1991 as a not-for-profit organization to foster the use of advanced technologies in surface transportation systems. We are the leading advocate for technologies that improve the safety, security and efficiency of the nation's surface transportation system. The formation of ITS America was motivated by the recognition that while numerous existing organizations were actively involved in transportation issues, no single organization existed to focus exclusive attention on emerging technologies. Our members include private corporations, public agencies, and academic institutions involved in the research, development and design of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technologies to enhance safety, increase mobility, and sustain the environment.

ITS Canada is a professional non-profit society, with the inter-related goals of fostering ITS applications, promoting government-industry cooperation and strengthening the ITS industry. It is generally acknowledged as the most knowledgeable source for information and advice on intelligent transportation systems in Canada. The Society positions itself to be fair and unbiased. It does not lobby for or promote any specific commercial interest or government policy. The profile of ITS Canada extends beyond national boundaries; the Society and its members play prominent roles in the international ITS community. ITS Canada has entered into a number of Memoranda of Understanding with colleague organizations around the world.

ASLRRA, the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) is a non-profit trade association that represents the interests of its more than 475 short line and regional railroad members in legislative and regulatory matters. Short line and regional railroads are an important and growing component of the railroad industry. Today, they operate and maintain 30 percent of the American railroad industry's route mileage, and account for 9 percent of the rail industry's freight revenue and 12 percent of railroad employment.

The GridWise Alliance , founded in 2003, has developed into an organization that represents a broad range of the energy supply chain from utilities to large tech companies to academia to venture capitalists to emerging tech companies. This variety of stakeholders gives the Alliance a unique diversity of perspectives which enables interactive dialogue between members. Being a consensus based organization; the assortment of opinions produces deliberate and highly reflected upon resolutions to key issues.

ODVA is an international association comprised of members from the world's leading automation companies. Collectively, ODVA and its members support network technologies based on the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP™). These currently include DeviceNet™, EtherNet/IP™ and CIP Safety™.

SmartGrid Canada (SGC) is a new national organization dedicated to promoting a more modern and efficient electricity grid for the benefit of all Canadians.

SmartGrid Canada's goal is to drive innovation and leadership to advance Canada’s Smart Grid infrastructure by engaging stakeholders from multiple industries. We are comprised of public and private organizations, including utilities, vendors, technology and service providers, academia and other industry associations.

The Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society is a 33,000-member global, nonprofit, educational organization connecting people and ideas in automation. The Society fosters advancement in the theory, design, manufacture, and use of sensors, instruments, computers, and systems for automation in a wide variety of applications.

The Utilities Telecom Council (UTC)is a global trade association dedicated to creating a favorable business, regulatory, and technological environment for companies that own, manage, or provide critical telecommunications systems in support of their core business. Founded in 1948 to advocate for the allocation of additional radio spectrum for power utilities, UTC has evolved into a dynamic organization that represents electric, gas, and water utilities; natural gas pipelines; critical infrastructure companies; and other industry stakeholders.

UTC Canada is a trade association focused on addressing the critical telecommunications issues for utilities and energy companies in Canada and the providers of telecommunications infrastructure or information technology services.

UTC Canada works to bridge the issues that impact both the parent utilities and their competitive telecom subsidiaries (UTelcos) as an advocate for the telecom and IT interests of ALL Canadian electric, gas and water utilities, and oil and gas pipelines – whether publicly or privately owned, and for infrastructure organizations in Canada – especially with the CRTC, Industry Canada, and the Federal Government.

The UCA® International Users Group is a non-profit organization whose members are utilities, vendors, and users of communications for utility automation.