Status of Active Consumer Technology Association Projects

These are the projects that are currently active within CTA’s standards committees. Anyone, except a member of the press, is eligible to join a CTA standards committee. For members of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) there is no charge to participate in CTA standards activities. For companies or individuals who are not members of CTA there is an annual fee for participation in CTA standards activities. Please see "How to Join" for more details.

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Last updated: December 10, 2019


R3 Audio Systems

CTA's Audio Systems Committee produces standards for consumer audio equipment. All are encouraged to join the Audio Systems Committee and get involved in its activities. The Audio Systems Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire audio products from those who create them, and in adding new members who neither produce nor use audio products, such as regulators, associations, and others (called members with a "general interest").
 
WG1 ANSI/CTA-2010-B R-2019 Standard Method of Measurement for Powered Subwoofers
Summary: CTA-2010-B is being reaffirmed due to its age. CTA-2010-B defines a method for measuring the audio performance of subwoofers, both passive and powered. The standard is being revised in order to incorporate new rating methods and to make additional edits as needed. Revision is being continued through CTA-2010-B

 

Started: 11/20/19
PINS filed: 12/3/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2010-C Standard Method of Measurement for Powered Subwoofers
Summary: CTA-2010-C defines a method for measuring the audio performance of subwoofers, both passive and powered. The standard is being revised in order to incorporate new rating methods and to make additional edits as needed.

 

Started: 10/4/17
PINS filed: 12/19/17
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2034-A R-2019 Standard Method of Measurement for In-Home Loudspeakers
Summary: R3 WG 1 is reaffirming CTA-2034-A due to the length of time necessary to revise the standard. This standard describes how to determine the frequency response, directivity and maximum output capability of a residential loudspeaker. It is intended to determine the audio performance of a loudspeaker, not the loudspeakers ability to survive a given input signal. The standard is being revised to incorporate new rating methods and to make additional edits as needed. This standard applies only to loudspeaker systems, and not to raw transducers. Work is still ongoing to revise CTA-2034-A under the project for CTA-2034-B.

 

Started: 12/9/19
PINS filed: 12/10/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2034-B Standard Method of Measurement for In-Home Loudspeakers
Summary: CTA-2034-B describes how to determine the frequency response, directivity and maximum output capability of a residential loudspeaker. It is intended to determine the audio performance of a loudspeaker, not the loudspeakers ability to survive a given input signal. The standard is being revised to incorporate new rating methods and to make additional edits as needed. This standard applies only to loudspeaker systems, and not to raw transducers.

 

Started: 10/4/17
PINS filed: 12/19/17
Status: In progress. Meeting via weekly calls. Contact Leslie King to join R3 WG1

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2054 Specifications for Selecting an Amplifier for Use with a Loudspeaker System
Summary: CTA-2054 will outline the performance attributes of a power amplifier in order to allow consumers / end-users to easily determine if a given amplifier is compatible with a given loudspeaker system.

 

Started: 12/02/14
PINS filed: 12/11/14
Status: In progress. Final draft being reviewed by CTA Audio Board Members for input.

 

WG2 ANSI/CTA-2006-C Testing & Measurement Methods for Mobile Audio Amplifiers
Summary: WG2 is working on a revision to ANSI/CTA-2006-B. This standard defines characteristics that, considered collectively, describe the performance of power amplifiers designed for use in mobile applications.

 

Started: 1/24/19
PINS filed: 2/7/19
BSR8 filed: 8/30/19
BSR9 Filed: 11/22/19
Status:Final ANSI publication request submitted on 11/22/19.

 

WG2 ANSI/CTA-2031-A Testing and Measurement Methods for Mobile Loudspeaker Systems
Summary: WG2 is working on a revision to ANSI/CTA-2031-A. This standard defines test procedures for rating the performance and physical size of mobile loudspeakers, and requirements for reporting these characteristics. This standard, when used in conjunction with CTA-2006-A, Testing & Measurement Methods for Mobile Audio Amplifiers, enables consumers to select mobile loudspeakers with power handling capabilities that are appropriate for the power output characteristics of their mobile amplifiers.

 

Started: 2/6/19
PINS filed: 2/25/19
BSR8 filed: 8/30/19
BSR9 Filed: 11/22/19
Status:Final ANSI publication request submitted on 11/22/19.

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2084 Test Methods for Determining A/V Products Energy Efficiency
Summary: WG3 is creating a new standard to define methods for measuring Audio Video (A/V) products energy efficiency and related items

 

Started: 10/02/18
PINS filed: 10/23/18
Status:In progress.

 


R4 Video Systems

CTA's Video Systems Committee produces standards for television video technologies. All are encouraged to join the Video Systems Committee and get involved in its activities. The Video Systems Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire video products from those who create them.

 
WG3 CTA-2064 IMSC1 Interoperability
Summary: Analyze ATSC CS/343 Captions and Subtitles and consider developing standards, bulletins or technical reports. Oversee the development of test files conforming to ATSC CS/343, CS/331 and DASH-IF ATSC Profile including corresponding video and audio content as well as DASH MPD and MMT files. Document discrepancies with decoding and presentation on the DASH-IF reference decoder, DASH.js.

 

Started: 5/19/16
Status: In progress. Editors considering content to draft standard. No timetable on starting review. Contact Mark Levine to join WG1.

 

WG10 CTA-23-B S-201X Measurement Procedures for Determining Compliance with FCC Rules for "Cable-Ready Consumer Electronics Equipment
Summary: WG10 is stabilizing CTA-23-B, which is a standard that defines the measurement procedures for determining compliance with FCC Rules for "Cable Ready Consumer Electronics Equipment", under 47 C.F.R. 15.118(c).

 

Started: 6/10/19
Ballot closed: 9/4/19
Status: In progress. Ballot closed and publication request expected.

 

WG7 ANSI/CTA-861-H A DTV Profile for Uncompressed High Speed Digital Interfaces
Summary: ANSI/CTA-861 establishes protocols, requirements, and recommendations for the utilization of uncompressed digital interfaces by consumer electronics devices such as digital televisions (DTVs), digital cable, satellite or terrestrial set-top boxes (STBs), and related peripheral devices including, but not limited to DVD players/recorders, and other related sources or sinks.

 

Started: 5/30/19
PINS Filed: 5/31/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG8 ANSI/CTA-2075

Loudness Standard for Over the Top Television (OTT) and Online Video Distribution (OVD) Mobile and Fixed Devices
Summary: R4 WG 8 is developing a loudness standard for mobile and fixed devices that applies guidelines developed by AES, to consumer technology devices, optimizing the loudness and listener experience for over the top television (OTT) and online video distribution (OVD).

Started: 1/24/18
PINS Filed: 1/31/18
BSR8 Filed: 11/20/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG10 ANSI/CTA-774-D

TV Receiving Antenna Performance Presentation and Measurement
Summary: TThis standard defines test and measurement procedures for use by manufacturers of television receive antennas who wish to categorize their antennas in accordance with CTA-2028-A, Color Codes for Outdoor TV Receiving Antennas, for use with the CTA TV Antenna Selector Program www.AntennaWeb.org. Essential elements include procedures to determine antenna gain, front-to-back ratio, average gain to null ratio, directivity and distortion performance of active antennas with integrated amplifiers.

Started: 10/07/19
PINS Filed: 10/18/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.3-A

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Logical Layer
Summary:WG18 is working on a revision to CEB32.3 to review, add references and recommendations on Emergency Alert Audio and Emergency Information Audio.

Started: 6/10/19br> Status: In progress.

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.7

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Captions and Subtitles
Summary:WG18 is working to develop a recommended practice covering advanced emergency alerts for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 4/4/17
Status: New project. Interested parties should contact Mark Levine for more information.

 

WG18 CTA-CEB32.8

Recommended Practice for ATSC 3.0 Television Sets, Interactive Applications
Summary:WG18 is working to develop a bulletin that makes recommendations related to the interactive application capabilities of ATSC 3.0 Television Sets.

Started: 5/9/18
Ballot: Closes 12/6/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG20 ANSI/CTA-2066

Streaming Quality of Experience Metrics
Summary: WG20 was recently approved as a new working group with a scope to develop documents addressing streaming media playback quality of experience. Please contact Mark Levine if you are interested in joining this new work activity. R4 is developing a standard that specifies a set of metrics, associated terminology and event and attribute access for representing streaming media quality of experience.

Started: 7/20/16
Status: In progress. Final document formatting underway. Expectation to go to pre-vote comment by end of December 2019.

 


R6 Intelligent Mobility Committee

CTA's Intelligent Mobility Committee produces standards that address intelligent mobility for consumer electronics products, including those used in vehicles, autonomous systems, portable accessories, and accessible navigation. All are encouraged to join the Intelligent Mobility Committee and get involved in its activities. The Intelligent Mobility Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users") who acquire portable, handheld, mobility or in-vehicle products from those who create them, and in adding new members who neither produce nor use portable, handheld, mobile or in-vehicle electronics products, such as regulators, associations, and others (called members with a "general interest").

 
R6 CTA-885 S-20XX Remote Starter Safety
Summary:R6 is considering withdrawing ANSI-CTA-885 as an ANSI standards, and stabilizing the document as a CTA standard. This document addresses automotive accessories that allow the operator to start a vehicle while away from the vehicle and the safety of such devices.

Started: 6/5/19
PINS filed: 6/11/19
BSR8 filed: 8/16/19
Status: In progress. Agreed to withdraw ANS designation and stabilize as CTA document. Ballot opened 11/7 and closes 12/6.

 

WG28 CTA-CEB37 Recommended Practice for Proper Use of the OBD-II Port
Summary: WG28 is developing a bulletin describing best practices for the proper and safe use of the OBD-II port for designers and manufacturers of aftermarket ODB-II devices.

Started: 3/4/19
Status: In progress.

 


R7 Consumer Electronics Networking Committee

CTA's and its subcommittees establish standards and guidelines for all CTA network standardization efforts involving communications between, to, or from consumer electronics devices. R7 also provides coordination for, and encourages cooperation among, all standards development efforts for communications that pass over a home network/system, or communications between, to, or from consumer electronic devices. All are encouraged to join the Consumer Electronics Networking Committee and get involved in its activities. The Consumer Electronics Networking Committee is particularly interested in adding new members who acquire home networking products from those who create them (called "users").

 
WG13 ANSI/CTA-709.8 Control Networking Protocol Specification: Part 8: High Definition Power Line Transceiver Media Type for LON®
Summary: This standard specifies a communication protocol for networked control systems. The protocol provides peer-to-peer communication for networked control using web-services. The standard describes services in layer 1 and layer 2. The layer 1 (physical layer) describes the MAC sub-layer interface to the physical layer. The layer 2 (data link layer), as described in ANSI/CTA 709.1, is integrated in UDP/IP communication using IPv4 and IPv6 protocols.

Started: 3/1/18
PINS filed: 4/19/18
BSR8 filed: 11/4/19
Status: Ballot closed on October 4. BSR9 can be filed on December 31.

 

WG13 ANSI/CTA-709.9 Control Networking Protocol Specification: Part 9 – LON® ISM-RF Radio Frequency Transceiver Media Type for LON®
Summary: This standard specifies a new, high-speed, long-distance RF media to the current CTA-709 LON standards. The ISM-RF (Industry, Science, Medicine Radio Frequency) transceiver uses unlicensed RF bands and are specific for EU, North America, and other regions through a software selectable configuration property. This new standard will provide full interoperability and backwards compatibility with any of the current CTA-709 media types using a standard LON-to-LON router.

Started: 3/1/18
PINS filed: 4/19/18
BSR8 filed: 11/4/19
Status: Ballot closed on November 13. BSR9 can be filed on December 31.

 

WG13 ANSI/CTA-709.10 ANSI/CTA-709.10 - Web Services for Control Networking Protocol Specification
Summary: This standard will provide a comprehensive communication platform for networked control using web services and supports the IoT model of interoperability with advanced data collection, simplified management, and potential AI application support.

Started: 5/15/19
PINS filed: 5/31/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG13 Withdrawal of ANSI/CTA-851.1-A R-2014 IP-Based Digital Telephony for the Versatile Home Network
Summary: R7 is considering withdrawing ANSI/CTA-851.1-A R-2014, which addresses IP-based digital telephony (sometimes referred to as Voice over IP) on the VHN. As the VHN is inherently digital it does not address analog telephony; nor does it address non-packet digital telephony, such as the streaming service provided by ISDN.

Started: 5/15/19
CPP issued: 11/19/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG13 ANSI/CTA-852.1-A R-2019 Enhanced Protocol for Tunneling Component Network Protocols over Internet Protocol Channels
Summary: This specifies a communications method that allows networked data acquisition and control devices to communicate with each other over the internet. The purpose of such devices are widely varying and include functions such as appliance monitoring, meter reading, and HVAC and lighting control to name a few.

Started: 2/5/19
PINS filed: 2/25/19
BSR8 filed: 5/3/19
BSR9 filed: 9/11/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG14 ANSI/CTA-2048-A Host and Router Profiles for IPv6
Summary: R7 is revising ANSI/CTA-2048, which is document is to identify the required features and capabilities for stand-alone routers and hosts with support for IPv6 and related necessary protocols. Additional items to consider are support for IPv6 transition technologies and support for PCP (port configuration protocol). These requirements are referenced to available technical standards such as RFCs.

Started: 9/26/19
PINS filed: 10/18/19
Status: In progress.

 

R7 Withdrawal of CTA-TR-12 Securing Connected Devices for Consumers in the Home
Summary: R7 is considering withdrawing CTA-TR-12, which is a paper that addresses security concerns related to the connected devices for consumers in the home. Many of these devices fall into what is being referred to as the smart home or the Internet of Things (IoT). There is a general lack of consensus on the definition of the IoT. For the purpose of this paper we will be addressing the collection of uniquely identifiable, accessible and consumer oriented Internet-connected electronic devices and the services that drive their functionality.

Started: 9/26/19
CPP issued: 12/02/19
Status: In progress.

 


R7.8 Modular Communication Interface for Energy Management

CTA's Modular Communication Interface for Energy Management Subcommittee produces standards for Smart Grid connectivity. All are encouraged to join the Modular Communication Interface for Energy Management Subcommittee and get involved in its activities. The subcommittee is particularly interested in adding new members who create Smart Grid connectivity products (called "producers").

 
WG1 ANSI/CTA-2045-B

Modular Communications Interface for Energy Management
Summary: The new project entails modifying the current published version of ANSI/CTA-2045 to include Amendment 1, address clarification issues that have been identified in the field, reorganized the data-link layer, and add new features and functions. It specifies a modular communications interface (MCI) to facilitate communications with residential devices for applications such as energy management.
Started: 10/28/19
PINS filed: 11/12/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2045.1 R-2019

Modular Communications Interface for Firmware Transfer Message Set
Summary: This specification is an extension of the ANSI/CTA-2045-A Modular Communications Interface (MCI) for Energy Management Specification. It presents messages and methods that enable reprogramming the SGD firmware over the MCI interface.
Started: 2/11/19
PINS filed: 2/25/19
Second PINS filed: 10/18/19
Status: In progress. Second PINS filed on 10/18/19 to change intent from revision to reaffirmation.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2045.2-A

Modular Communications Interface for Generic Display Message Set
Summary: This specification is an extension of the ANSI/CTA-2045-A Modular Communications Interface (MCI) for Energy Management Specification. It presents messages and methods that enable generic message display over the MCI interface.
Started: 2/11/19
PINS filed: 2/25/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2045.3 R-2019

Modular Communications Interface for Thermostat Message Set
Summary:This specification is an extension of the ANSI/CTA-2045-A Modular Communications Interface (MCI) for Energy Management Specification. It presents messages and methods for Thermostat based functionality.
Started: 2/11/19
PINS filed: 2/25/19
Second PINS filed: 10/18/19
Status: In progress. Second PINS filed on 10/18/19 to change intent from revision to reaffirmation.

 

WG2 ANSI/CTA-2047-A CE Energy Usage Information (CE-EUI)
Summary:This standard will enable consumer electronic devices to communicate their energy usage information for example over a home network as well as optionally respond to basic demand/response commands. The usage data may be a measured or estimated value or may use other methods to indicate energy usage. This standard should enable mapping to/from the NAESB/PAP10 EUI model as well as utilize ANSI/CTA-2045-A Modular Communications Interface for Energy Management messaging where possible.
Started: 2/11/19
PINS filed: 2/25/19
Status: In progress.


R10 Residential Systems

The joint CTA/CEDIA Residential Systems Committee produces standards for the design and installation of residential systems. All are encouraged to join the Residential Systems Committee and get involved in its activities. The Residential Systems Committee is particularly interested in adding new members who create residential systems products (called "producers"), and in adding new members who acquire residential systems products from those who create them (called "users").

 
WG1 CTA/CEDIA-CEB22-A

Home Cinema Recommended Practice: Audio Design
Summary: WG1 is revising CTA/CEDIA-CEB22 from Home Theater Audio Design to Home Cinema Audio Design. This Recommended Practice outlines the various design parameters relevant to the proper design of a home cinema that meets relevant industry guidelines. Additionally, these practices ensure that a home cinema supports other media uses such as music, gaming, and broadcast TV. The revised bulletin will include information about immersive audio and equipment selection, and will consider passive/active speakers and network audio. Other audio concepts and designs will be considered as well.

Started: 11/28/18
Status: In progress

 

WG3 CTA/CEDIA-CEB28

A/V Distribution Over Existing Cables
Summary: WG3 is working on CTA/CEDIA-CEB28. This bulletin will provide recommendations for electronic system designers and installers on how to use existing wiring in residential environments, including coaxial and CAT 5/6 cables, to distribute digital audio and video while maintaining both the integrity of the content and the functionality of content protection.
*NOTE: Seeking individuals and companies who sell or are users of architectural drawing software so that we have balanced input for our standards activities (participants with a general interest and users).

Started: 4/21/11
Pre-vote comment deadline: 9/17/12
Status: No comments received. However, WG3 is planning to make additional edits. Work is on hold. CEDIA to provide experts to draft this document.

 


R11 Health Fitness & Wellness

CTA's Health Fitness & Wellness Committee develops standards, recommended practices, and related documentation for consumer health and fitness technology, including fixed, portable and wearable health and fitness devices. All are encouraged to join the Health Fitness & Wellness Committee and get involved in its activities. The Health Fitness & Wellness Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users" who acquire health & fitness products from those who create them) as well as those with a general interest.

 
WG2 ANSI/CTA-2074

Intensity Metrics: Physical Activity Monitoring
Summary: This standard creates definitions and performance criteria for consumer technology that measures intensity of physical activity and related measures.

Started: 9/28/17
PINS Filed: 11/08/17/16
Status: In progress.

 

WG4 ANSI/CTA-2068

Definitions and Characteristics of Consumer Stress Monitoring Technologies
Summary: The purpose of this standard is to define terms related to stress and stress indicators that are relevant for stress monitoring technologies. Additionally, where appropriate, this standard will describe performance standards for the measurement of stress-related characteristics by consumer stress monitoring technologies.

Started: 3/17/17
PINS filed: 03/20/17
Pre-vote comment: 11/4/19
Status: In progress. Currently resolving pre-vote comments prior to issuing ballot.

 

WG4 ANSI/CTA-2068.1

Definitions and Characteristics of Consumer Technologies for Monitoring Physical and Psychosocial Stress – HRV
Summary:This standard defines and creates performance criteria for consumer stress monitoring technologies that use HRV in the measurement and application of stress metrics.

Started: 7/30/18
PINS filed: 8/1/18
Status: In progress.

 

WG4 ANSI/CTA-2068.2

Definitions and Characteristics of Consumer Technologies for Monitoring Physical and Psychosocial Stress – Skin Conductance
Summary:This standard defines and creates performance criteria for consumer stress monitoring technologies that use Skin Conductance in the measurement and application of stress metrics.

Started: 7/30/18
PINS filed: 8/1/18
Status: In progress.

 

WG4 ANSI/CTA-2068.3

Definitions and Characteristics of Consumer Technologies for Monitoring Physical and Psychosocial Stress – Respiration
Summary:This standard defines and creates performance criteria for consumer stress monitoring technologies that use Respiration in the measurement and application of stress metrics.

Started: 7/30/18
PINS filed: 8/1/18
Status: In progress.

 

WG4 ANSI/CTA-2068.4

Definitions and Characteristics of Consumer Technologies for Monitoring Physical and Psychosocial Stress – Heart Rate
Summary:This standard defines and creates performance criteria for consumer stress monitoring technologies that use Heart Rate in the measurement and application of stress metrics.

Started: 7/30/18
PINS filed: 8/1/18
Status: In progress.

 

WG5 CTA-2073

Guiding Principles of Practice and Transparency for Mobile Health Solutions
Summary: The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for the guiding principles of practice and transparency for mobile health solutions to include both applications and devices.

Started: 7/31/17
Status: In progress.

 

WG5 ANSI/CTA-2083

Requirements for Reporting Performance and Usage Information for Mobile Health Solutions
Summary: This document outlines minimum reporting criteria to be included with a product or service that provides mobile health solutions. Final output could indicate how the product addresses a variety of areas of concern to the consumer, such as data sampling rates, FDA clearance, privacy and security regarding sensitive health data, data usage and disclosures, accuracy, connectivity, and other aspects.

Started: 5/3/18
PINS Files: 5/14/18
Status:In progress.

 

WG1 CTA-2091

Measurement by sleep monitoring solutions of environmental factors associated with sleep
Summary: This standard defines the methodology of measurement of the sleep environment with sleep monitoring solutions and define its criteria for impacting sleep and/or circadian rhythms.

Started: 5/16/19
PINS Filed: 5/29/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 CTA-2092

Performance Requirements for Sleep Monitoring Solutions detecting snoring
Summary: This standard defines the methodology and performance criteria for detection and measurement of snoring during sleep by sleep monitoring solutions.

Started: 5/16/19
PINS Filed: 5/29/19
Status: In progress.

 

WG2 CTA-2093

Non-Proprietary  Metadata Formats for Health, Fitness and Wellness Data
Summary: This standard defines the metadata forums for non-proprietary data values (e.g., timestamp, time zone, location) to be used in for health, fitness, and wellness data.

Started: 5/16/19
PINS Filed: 5/29/19
Status: In progress.

 


R12 Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Committee

CTA's Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Committee will develop standards, recommended practices, and technical reports related to augmented reality, virtual reality and related technologies. All are encouraged to join the Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Committee and get involved in its activities. The Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users" who acquire AR/VR products from those who create them) as well as those with a general interest.

 
R12 ANSI/CTA-2069-A Definitions and Characteristics of Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies
Summary: R12 is developing CTA-2069-A, which will revise Definitions and Characteristics of Augmented and Virtual Reality Technologies. The scope of the define terms related to augmented and virtual reality technologies.

Started: 06/12/19
Status: In progress.

 

R12 ANSI/CTA-2070 Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Augmented and Mixed Reality Systems
Summary: R12 is developing CTA-2070, which will draft a document on Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Augmented and Mixed Reality Systems. The scope of the document is to outline best practices for augmented and mixed reality technologies and systems related to quality of experience for end users.

Started: 03/28/17
PINS filed: 03/31/17
Status: In progress.

 

R12 ANSI/CTA-2071 Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Virtual Reality Systems
Summary: R12 is developing CTA-2071, which will draft a document on Considerations for Viewer Quality Experience of Virtual Reality Systems. The scope of the document is to outline best practices for virtual reality technologies and systems related to quality of experience for end users.

Started: 03/28/17
PINS filed: 03/31/17
Status: In progress.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2086 Categorization Augmented and Virtual Reality Consumer Experiences
Summary:The goal of this project is to create mindshare around various types and formulations of in-headset content, and provide common, industry standard language to describe the various types of virtual and augmented reality experiences that a consumer should come to expect. This will make media and experiences more accessible to consumers, as well as give them language to communicate and share with others.

Started: 7/11/18
PINS filed: 7/31/18
Status: In progress.

 

 


R13 Artificial Intelligence Committee

CTA's Artificial Intelligence Committee develops standards, recommended practices, and technical reports related to artificial intelligence technologies. All are encouraged to join the Artificial Intelligence Committee and get involved in its activities. The Artificial Intelligence Committee is particularly interested in adding new members (called "users" who acquire AI from those who create it) as well as those with a general interest.

 
R13 ANSI/CTA-2089 Definitions and Characteristics of Artificial Intelligence
Summary:The goal of this project is to define terms related to artificial intelligence and associated technologies.

Started: 2/19/19
PINS filed: 2/21/19
Pre-vote comment: 11/4/19
Ballot: 11/30/19
Status: Ballot on the approval of CTA-2089 open through 12/30/19.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2089.1 Definitions and Characteristics of AI in Health Care
Summary:The goal of this project is to create a standard defining terms related to artificial intelligence and associated technologies in health care.

Started: 4/2/19
PINS filed: 4/8/19
Pre-vote comment: 10/17/19
Ballot: 11/30/19
Status: Ballot on the approval of CTA-2089.1 open through 12/30/19.

 

WG1 ANSI/CTA-2090 The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Trustworthiness
Summary:Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming a pervasive tool in the health care industry. This standard explores the impact of the trustworthiness of AI in health care through the lens of the end user (e.g., physician, consumer, professional and family caregiver). Additionally, the standard will identify the unique challenges and opportunities for AI in the health care sector.

Started: 4/22/19
PINS filed: 5/30/19
Status: In progress.

 

 


R14 Cybersecurity and Privacy Management Committee

CTA's Cybersecurity and Privacy Management Committee develops standards, recommended practices, and technical reports in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy management, for developers of connected devices.

 
WG1 ANSI/CTA-2088

Baseline Cybersecurity Standard for Devices and Device Systems
Summary: WG1 will develop an IoT devices Baseline Cybersecurity technical standard closely following the CSDE-CTA International Anti-Botnet Guide particularly section 5.C Devices and Device Systems; turning the Guide language of best practices into technical standard language.
Started: 11/28/18
PINS filed: 11/28/18
Status: In progress. Contact Leslie King to join WG 1. 

 

WG3 ANSI/CTA-2088.1

Baseline Cybersecurity Standard for Small Unmanned Aerial Systems
Summary: WG3 will build upon the baseline cybersecurity requirements in CTA-2088 to address the cybersecurity requirements and recommendations relevant to the unique capabilities, uses, and applications of small UAS.
Started: 9/25/19
PINS filed: 10/3/19
Status: In progress. Contact Leslie King to join WG 3.