The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC)
The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) is a standards-based organization designed to interoperate technologies. The CCC is the result of the evolution of the Terminal Mode initiative, which was originally initiated by Nokia. The CCC’s goal is to promote in-vehicle connectivity solutions that use portable devices, including the Terminal Mode standard, as well as future technologies such as Near Field Communication (NFC). The Car Connectivity Consortium’s vision is to create open and common solutions for smartphones and vehicle-centric information and communication systems so they can work better together to enable safe, seamless and positive user experiences.
Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA)
The Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA) is a non-profit business league established to facilitate the interaction, and advance the interests, of the entities involved in the vehicle communication environment. The Connected Vehicle Trade Association enables the collaboration of companies, organizations, and governmental bodies engaged in developing bidirectional vehicle communications. Membership is open to any corporation, public entities, standards and specification organizations and educational institutions.