As the Pace of Innovation Accelerates, Technology Standards are at the Forefront of Connected Societies
The technology landscape is constantly evolving as high-tech is developed, old technologies improved, and new policies introduced. As the world races toward a 5G future, technology standards have become more important than ever before. Standards—both new and existing—will be vital to the development and adoption of tomorrow’s technologies.
Mapping the Journey to Smart Building Outcomes and R.O.I.
by Mark Reynolds, Associate Director of IT, University of New Mexico, and TIA Smart Buildings Program Participant The buildings in which we live, work and play are fundamentally changing to provide a more connected, safer and smarter surrounding environment. To accomplish this, many organizations are converging IT and OT groups as part of a new…
PARTNER EVENT: DC5G: The Path to Commercialization
DC5G is the one event that represents the entire 5G-connected ecosystem. Enterprise markets, local municipalities, telcos, industry experts, satellite service providers, device manufacturers, federal policy makers and innovative adopters will gather for the second year to learn about the potential of the next generation of connectivity.
Partner Event: Iot Day Slam 2019 Conference
The IoT Day Slam features world class keynotes, engaging panels, breakout sessions and workshops showcasing cutting edge thought leadership, expert use cases – providing you with meaningful advice, industry best practices, and real world takeaways on all things IoT, Cloud, Mobile and Big Data, across across the entire IoT industry spectrum.
Partner Event: Smart and Secure Cities and Communities Challenge Expo
The Smart and Secure Cities and Communities Challenge Expo brings together municipal and corporate partners from around the world the Department of Commerce/NIST lead event hosts a series of presentations and discussions in support of the development of smart cities.
PARTNER EVENT: Smart Buildings: What is Possible?
Stantec is hosting focus group sessions with the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) to explore the Smart Building ecosystem and how we can collaborate to economically and efficiently develop these facilities from the ground up.
Partner Event: ULI Fall Conference
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is holding its fall conference this year in Washington, D.C. TIA is bringing its Smart Buildings thought leadership to this conference, leading a presentation with panelists from Avalon Bay and MetLife.
Sustainability efforts are fueled by technological advances, regulations, and best practices in energy efficient data centers, smart buildings, fuel cells in critical infrastructure and green procurement.
As the ICT market remains immersed in a period of rapid transformation, TIA works diligently to stay ahead of the change.
TIA and UL Announce Collaboration to Advance the Smart Buildings Marketplace
Arlington, VA (February 21, 2019) –– The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks together with UL, a leading global safety science organization, announced a new agreement to work together, through TIA’s Smart Buildings Program, to accelerate the development of common framework for smart buildings. TIA and UL are…
TIA Issues Call for Interest on Three Smart Buildings-Related Standards Projects
Stakeholders Invited to Contact TIA Regarding Participation The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TR- 42.1 Engineering Committee on Premises Telecommunications Infrastructure has issued a call for interest for three standards projects related to smart building performance. For document ANSI/TIA-4966-A initially titled “Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Educational Facilities,” TR-42.1 is developing guidelines to update the addendum, current standards and…
TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems
The TR-42 Engineering Committee develops and maintains voluntary telecommunications standards for telecommunications cabling infrastructure in user-owned buildings, such as commercial buildings, residential buildings, homes, data centers and industrial buildings.