CANWISP works with stakeholders to ensure that spectrum, which is a public resource, is used in the most efficient and beneficial manner for all Canadians.
CANWISP develops and promotes best practices within government and industry.
Railway Systems Suppliers, Inc. is a trade association serving the communication and signal segment of the rail transportation industry. RSSI continues to grow with over 260 member companies. The primary effort each year is to organize and manage a trade show for our members to exhibit their products and services. The governing body of the RSSI is made up of fourteen directors from fourteen member companies and meets five times a year. These elected Directors each serve for three year terms without remuneration. Any expenses involved are either born by the individual or their company.
Winncom has a laser-beam focus on the security and surveillance industry, and is therefore a member of the Security Industry Association (SIA). SIA is a Washington, D.C.-based advocate for electronic security equipment manufacturers, integrators, distributors, and service providers. The association maintains and supports a diverse membership that consists of national and international companies from all segments of the security industry.
As a leading industry distributor with a keen focus on the utilities market, Winncom is a proud member of the UTC. The Utilities Telecom Council (UTC) is a global trade association dedicated to creating a favorable business, regulatory, and technological environment for companies that own, manage, or provide critical telecommunications systems in support of their core business. Founded in 1948 to advocate for the allocation of additional radio spectrum for power utilities, UTC has evolved into a dynamic organization that represents electric, gas, and water utilities; natural gas pipelines; critical infrastructure companies; and other industry stakeholders.
WISPA is a 501.c6 advocacy organization representing its membership and other companies who are part of the industry ecosystem. The Association promotes the development, advancement and unification of the wireless Internet service provider industry. WISPA has over 800 members consisting of wireless Internet service providers, municipal wireless internet providers, electric and telephone cooperative wireless Internet providers, equipment manufacturers, service vendors and other interested parties.These members support the industry which delivers broadband Internet to over 3 million users via 3000+ Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that serve both residential and business customers, often in exclusively rural areas.