List of technical standard organisations

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International standards organizations[edit]

  • 3GPP — 3rd Generation Partnership Project
  • 3GPP2 — 3rd Generation Partnership Project 2
  • Accellera — Accellera Organization
  • A4L — formerly known as the Schools Interoperability Framework
  • AIIM — Association for Information and Image Management
  • ASAM - Association for Automation and Measuring Systems - Automotive technology
  • ASME — formerly The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • ASTM International
  • ATIS - Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions
  • AUTOSAR — Automotive technology
  • BIPM, CGPM, and CIPM — Bureau International des Poids et Mesures and the related organizations established under the Metre Convention of 1875.
  • CableLabs — Cable Television Laboratories
  • CCSDS — Consultative Committee for Space Data Sciences
  • CISPR — International Special Committee on Radio Interference
  • CFA — Compact flash association
  • DCMI — Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
  • DMTF — Distributed Management Task Force
  • Ecma International — Ecma International (previously called ECMA)
  • EKOenergy — EKOenergy Network managed by environmental NGOs
  • FAI — Fédération Aéronautique Internationale
  • GS1 — Global supply chain standards (identification numbers, barcodes, electronic commerce transactions, RFID)
  • HGI — Home Gateway Initiative
  • IEC — International Electrotechnical Commission
  • IAU* — International Arabic Union
  • IEEE — Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
    • IEEE-SA — IEEE Standards Association
  • IETF — Internet Engineering Task Force
  • IFOAM — International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
  • IMS — IMS Global Learning Consortium
  • ISO — International Organization for Standardization
  • IPTC — International Press Telecommunications Council
  • ITU — The International Telecommunication Union
    • ITU-R — ITU Radiocommunications Sector (formerly known as CCIR)
    • ITU-T — ITU Telecommunications Sector (formerly known as CCITT)
    • ITU-D — ITU Telecom Development (formerly known as BDT)
  • IUPAC — International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
  • Liberty Alliance — Liberty Alliance
  • Media Grid — Media Grid Standards Organization
  • NACE International — Formerly known as National Association of Corrosion Engineers
  • OASIS — Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards
  • OGC — Open Geospatial Consortium
  • OHICC — Organization of Hotel Industry Classification & Certification
  • OMA — Open Mobile Alliance
  • OMG — Object Management Group
  • OGF — Open Grid Forum (merger of Global Grid Forum (GGF) and Enterprise Grid Alliance (EGA))
  • OpenTravel Alliance — OpenTravel Alliance (previously known as OTA
  • OSGi — OSGi Alliance
  • PESC - P20 Education Standards Council[1]
  • SAI — Social Accountability International
  • SDASecure digital association
  • SMPTE — Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
  • SSDASolid State Drive Alliance
  • The Open Group — The Open Group
  • TIA - Telecommunications Industry Association
  • TM Forum — Telemanagement Forum
  • UPU — Universal Postal Union
  • WMO — World Meteorological Organization
  • W3C — World Wide Web Consortium
  • WSA — Website Standards Association
  • WHO standards body
  • XSF — The XMPP Standards Foundation
  • FAO standards body

Regional standards organizations[edit]

Africa[edit]

  • ARSO — African Regional Organization for Standarization
  • SADCSTAN — Southern African Development Community (SADC) Cooperation in Standarization

Americas[edit]

  • COPANT — Pan American Standards Commission
  • AMN — MERCOSUR Standardization Association
  • CROSQ — CARICOM Regional Organization for Standards and Quality
  • AAQG - America's Aerospace Quality Group

Asia Pacific[edit]

  • PASC — Pacific Area Standards Congress
  • ACCSQ — ASEAN Consultative Committee for Standards and Quality

Europe[edit]

Middle East[edit]

  • AIDMO — Arab Industrial Development and Mining Organization
  • IAU* — International Arabic Union

Nationally-based standards organizations[edit]

This list is not limited to ISO members.

See also[edit]

Standards organization

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PESC home web site". PESC. Retrieved May 13, 2016. 

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