Industry Associations

Industry Associations

To deliver the benefits of open, application-enabling systems, SMART Embedded Computing is working in multiple industries to define and spur the widespread acceptance of standards-based platform architectures.

Working with industry associations in areas such as architecture and interoperability enables our customers to take advantage of these standards quickly. Leveraging open computing platforms from SMART EC allows our customers to re-allocate their resources to the development of distinctive, value-add applications that work to differentiate them in their markets.

The Arizona Technology Council is Arizona’s premier trade association for science and technology companies. Recognized as having a diverse professional business community, Council members work towards furthering the advancement of technology in Arizona through leadership, education, legislation and social action. The Council offers numerous events, educational forums and business conferences that bring together leaders, managers, employees and visionaries to make an impact on the technology industry. These interactions contribute to the Council’s culture of growing member businesses and transforming technology in Arizona. To become a member or to learn more about the Arizona Technology Council, please visit http://www.aztechcouncil.org.
As a member of the Intel IOT Solutions Alliance, SMART Embedded Computing has access to the Intel Embedded Platform Roadmap, so our customers get long-term visibility and a greater opportunity for innovation. https://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/partner/solutions-alliance/program-overview.html
PCI Special Interest Group (SIG) is the community responsible for developing and maintaining a standardized approach to peripheral component I/O data transfers using the PCI and PCI Express (PCIe) protocols. https://pcisig.com/
The SOSA Consortium is creating open system reference architectures applicable to military and commercial sensor systems and a business model that balances stakeholder interests. The architectures employ modular design and use widely supported, consensus-based, non-proprietary standards for key interfaces. https://www.opengroup.org/sosa
VITA is an incorporated, non-profit organization of vendors and users having a common market interest in real-time, modular embedded computing systems. VITA is accredited as an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) developer. VITA provides members with the ability to develop and to promote open technology standards. VITA members have worked together to define and develop key computer bus, board, and system standards such as VMEbus, PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC), VXS, VPX, OpenVPX, FMC and much more. SMART Embedded Computing was previously Motorola Computer Group, one of the founders of VITA in 1984.  https://www.vita.com/
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