China Automotive Technology and Research Center

CATARC is an independent and impartial third party organization, dealing with: industrial service, standards, policy research, testing, engineering technology R&D, certification, big data, engineering design and general contracting, consultation, NEV, commercialized and strategic rising businesses etc.


The Transport & Mobility Technology Club serves the developers, manufacturers and suppliers of products and technology solutions intended for the transport and mobility market. The focus is primarily on the automotive sector, freight transport, public transport, transport infrastructure and personal mobility.


The German Association of the Automotive Industry or VDA (German: Verband der Automobilindustrie e. V.) is a German interest group of the German automobile industry, both automobile manufactures and automobile component suppliers, but also counts foreign suppliers and foreign-owned carmakers with production sites in Germany among its members. The group is located in Berlin, Germany.


IMMA represents the manufacturing and trade industry of mopeds, motorcycles and three-wheelers.
IMMA promotes mobility through safe, sustainable motorcycling by advocating the development and harmonisation of technical regulations affecting the motorcycle industry and by advancing inclusive policies for motorcycling.


Is as a multisectoral and non-profit entity, designated by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness as a national standardization body. UNE promote Spanish participation in international and regional standardization organizations, and perform in them the Spanish representation, assuming the rights and obligations that such representation entails, as also an instrument of development cooperation.


SAE International, initially established as the Society of Automotive Engineers, is a U.S.-based, globally active p rofessional association and standards developing organization for engineering professionals in various transportation industries.



The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is one of the largest and most influential trade associations in the UK. SMMT is the voice of the UK motor industry, supporting and promoting its members’ interests, at home and abroad, to government, stakeholders and the media.


NSVV is the Dutch independent foundation and centre of knowledge in light and lighting dealing with indoor, outdoor, lighting design, education, code of ethics in lighting calculations, and certification of these, NC of CIE and GTB, input to NEN, CEN and ISO, or guides for the application of their standards.


JAPIA was founded in August 1969 as a “public interest incorporated association” aimed at working to promote the auto parts industry of Japan. Since its reorganization in December 2011 as a “general incorporated association”, JAPIA has been engaging in various activities for the further development of the industry.

Austrian Vehicle
Industry Association

The Austrian Vehicle Industry Association represents by law the interests of the holders of a trading licence of the vehicle industry. 2018 the approximately 145 member companies of our association achieved with a total staff of 41.000 employees a production value of about 17,1 billion euro (estimation).


Lighting engineering society of Slovenia is scientific association for lighting technology. It is a non-profit organization with members from variety of fields covering different aspects of light – from decorative to automotive, from industry to research. It helps establish a platform where knowledge and experience is shared.



SIS acts as project manager for Swedish efforts to develop standards. We strive to increase Sweden’s influence on international collaboration and to ensure that best practices are shared and leveraged throughout Sweden.



The Vehicle Lighting Association (VLA) aims to improve the technical exchanges between professionals in the domestic automotive industry and strengthen its integration with industry and academia to promote its professional knowledge and progress.

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