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Click on a consortium name to view a description of that consortium and to access links that will take you to its homepage, supported standards and (if available) its IPR policy.


American High-Performance Buildings Coalition (AHPBC)
Develops and promotes green building codes, standards, rating systems and credits

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Develops and promotes software application information exchange in the construction industry

BuildingSMART Alliance
Develops and promotes support programs for digital technology in the property industry

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Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA)
Develops and promotes an open standard in construction software applications

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EnOcean Alliance
Develops and promotes wireless standards for self-powered wireless monitoring and control systems for sustainable buildings

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Develops and deploys technologies to improve how capital projects and facilities are designed, engineered, built and maintained

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Health Product Declaration (HPD) Forum
Develops and promotes the HPD Open Standard related to individual building products and materials

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International Alliance for Interoperability (IAI)
Defined and promoted information exchange specifications for buildings *Became BuildingSmart

International Code Council (ICC)
Promotes the adoption of model construction codes

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KNX Association
Develops and promotes the KNX standard

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Developed and promoted a non-proprietary data standard (LandXML) *Ceased operations November 31, 2012

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Z-Wave Alliance
Promotes home control products based on the Zensys Z-Wave open standard

Zero Energy Commercial Buildings Consortium (CBC)
Develops and promotes zero energy performance in new and existing commercial buildings (U.S.)

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