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Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility (AIM)
Promotes the growth and use of AIDC technologies and services

Automotive Electronics Council (AEC)
Develops and promotes common part-qualification and quality-system standards for the automotive industry

Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)
Promotes the automotive industry

Automotive Multimedia Interface Collaboration (AMIC)
Developed hardware and software interface standards for automotive information, communications and entertainment systems

AUTOSAR Development Partnership
Develops open standards for automotive E/E architecture

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Calypso Network Association (CNA)
Develops smartcard contactless technology adapted for public transportation uses

Car Connectivity Consortium
Develops and promotes open and common MirrorLink standards and smartphone solutions for the automotive industry

Car2Car Communication Consortium
Develops and promotes inter-vehicle communications standards to increase road traffic safety and efficiency (Europe)

Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA)
Develops collision industry information technology standards

Consumer Electronics for Automotive (CE4A)
Promotes an active standardization of mobile device interfaces

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Distributed Systems Interface (DSI) Consortium
Promotes and develops the Distributed Systems Interface (DSI) in automotive airbag systems

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Electrification Leadership Council
Develops and promotes a comprehensive national model for electric vehicle (EV) deployment

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FlexRay Consortium
Developed requirements for a communication system for future automotive applications *Disbanded in 2009.

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GENIVI Alliance
Develops and supports Linux-based operating systems, middleware and platforms for automotive In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) products and services

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IDB Forum
Promoted integration of IDB networking

International Automotive Task Force (IATF)
Developed and maintains the ISO/TS16949 specification for quality management systems

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Japan Automotive Software Platform Architecture (JasPar)
Develops and promotes a uniform, interchangeable high-speed bus architecture for the Japanese car industry (Japan)

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Local Interconnect Network Consortium (LIN)
Developed and promoted the Local Interconnect Network (LIN) Specification, a serial communication system intended to be used for distributed electronic systems in vehicles

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Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) Cooperation
Develops and promotes Media Oriented Systems Transport technology for the automotive industry

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OmniAir Consortium
Develops and promotes certification for the Intelligent Transportation Industry

OPEN Alliance Special Interest Group (SIG)
Develops and promotes standards for Ethernet-based, single pair unshielded networks in automotive applications

Open Automotive Alliance
Develops installing the Android platform into automobiles

Open Charge Alliance (OCA)
Promotes and provides a forum for the development of the Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP), a standard for uniform communications between Electric Vehicle (EV) charge points and the central management system

OSEK/VDX
Develops, maintains, and promotes open standards for the automotive industry

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SAE International
Develops and promotes standards for engineering professionals in various industries

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Telematics Suppliers Consortium (TSC)
Developed and promoted connectivity from fixed service facilities to standard vehicle interfaces

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