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1394 Trade Association
Offices: Southlake, Texas
The 1394 Trade Association was founded in 1994 to support the development of computer and consumer electronics systems that can be easily connected with each other via a single serial multimedia link. The IEEE 1394 multimedia connection enables simple, low cost, high bandwidth isochronous (real time) data interfacing between computers, peripherals, and consumer electronics products such as camcorders, VCRs, printers, PCs, TVs, and digital cameras. With IEEE 1394 compatible products and systems, users can transfer video or still images from a camera or camcorder to a printer, PC, or television, with no image degradation.


Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS)
Offices: Culver City, California
AIAS is a non-for-profit membership organization serving the interactive entertainment development community. With an active membership of nearly 3000 game development professionals, the Academy works to advance interactive entertainment through events that focus on the artistic aspects of game creation.


Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
he Blu-ray Disc Association is responsible for promoting and developing business opportunities for Blu-ray Disc—the BDA’s optical disc format for high definition audio-video and high capacity data software applications. The BDA has approximately 170 members. Its Board of Directors consists of individuals affiliated with the following member companies.
Building Industry Consulting Services International (BICSI)
Offices: Tampa, Florida
BICSI is the worldwide preeminent source of information, education and knowledge assessment for the constantly evolving information transport systems industry. BICSI's mission is to enhance the telecommunications industry by providing excellent education, promoting skill sharing, and assessing knowledge with professional registration programs. Educational programs cover telecommunications infrastructure design courses to include data distribution design, outside plant design, low voltage cabling installation, and residential cabling.


Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
CEA membership unites more than 1000 companies within the US consumer technology industry. Tap into valuable and innovative member-only resources: exclusive information and unparalleled market research, networking opportunities with business advocates and leaders, up-to-date educational programs and technical training, exposure in extensive promotional programs, and representation from the voice of the industry, CEA, promoting and advancing member needs and interests. Invest in the Consumer Electronics Association to strengthen your business' future and to help ensure technology's brightest future.
Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF)
Offices: San Francisco, California
The Consumer Electronics Linux Forum is an industry group that is focused on the advancement of Linux as an open source platform for consumer electronics (CE) devices. The CELF intends to operate completely within the letter and the spirit of the open source community. The CELF is a place to come and discuss various issues that are of particular importance to the CE industry. Through an open process, the CELF members will clarify and codify certain requirements to be addressed in open source software. Thereafter, the CELF will evaluate any open source submissions as to their effectiveness and responsiveness to the requirements.
Consumer Electronics Retail Coalition (CERC)
Offices: Washington, DC
CERC is a public policy trade association dedicated to the concerns of consumer electronics specialty and general retailers, and their customers. From its birth in 1991 as an informal coalition through its incorporation in 2003 as a not-for-profit trade association, CERC has fought to: deregulate product markets, protect retail customers and preserve the value of utility of consumer electronics retail products.
Continental Automated Building Association (CABA)
Offices: Ottawa, Ontario
CABA is a not-for-profit industry association that promotes advanced technologies for the automation of homes and buildings in North America. Their mission is to encourage the development, promotion, pursuit and understanding of integrated systems and automation in homes and buildings. The Continental Automated Buildings Association is North America's only industry association dedicated to providing information, education and networking opportunities relating to home and building automation.
Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA)
Offices: Indianapolis, Indiana
CEDIA is a global trade association of companies that specialize in planning and installing electronic systems for the home. These systems include home networking, home automation and communication systems, media rooms, single or multi-room entertainment systems, and integrated whole-house subsystems providing control of lighting, security and HVAC systems. The association was founded in September 1989 and has a total membership of approximately 2,200 member companies.