ATIS


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ATISAdvanced Traveler Information System
ATISAlliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions
ATISAutomatic Terminal Information Service
ATISA Tools Integration Standard (DEC)
ATISAdvanced Traveler Information Services
ATISAutomated Terminal Information Service
ATISAutomatic Transmitter Identification System
ATISAir Travel Information System
ATISAutomated Terminal Information System
ATISAssociation of Translators and Interpreters of Saskatchewan (Canada)
ATISAutomatic Tire Inflation Systems
ATISAdvanced Technical Information Support
ATISAir Traffic Information Service (FAA)
ATISAutomated Transit Information System
ATISAdvanced Technical Information System
ATISAtherton Tool Integration Services
ATISAdventure Through Inner Space (Disneyland, CA)
ATISAerospace Telecommunications and Information Systems (Canadian Forces military specialty)
ATISArmy Training Information System
ATISAutomated Travel Information System
ATISAutomatic Traffic Information System
ATISAlliance for the Telecommunications Industry Solutions
ATISA Tool Interface Standard
ATISAutomated Tactical Information System
ATISAdvanced Tactical Information System
ATISAvenger Threat Interface System
ATISAutomatic Thermal Impedance Scanning
ATISAmerican Transportation Insurance Services (Loomis, CA)
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ATIS is a technical planning and standards development organization that is committed to rapidly developing and promoting technical and operations standards for the communications and related information technologies industry worldwide using a pragmatic, flexible and open approach.
Also previously accredited by ANSI and a sponsored committee of ATIS is Committee O5, which develops standards for use by the telecommunications industry in areas dealing with wood poles and other wood products.
In releasing the blueprint, the ATIS Board identified a number of key reasons why the ATIS committees and the TIA engineering committees should be aligned under one organization.
The ATIS Board concluded that, in today's environment, the industry could ill afford to expend resources to build an entirely new standards development organization from the ground up.
The ATIS Board of Directors firmly believes that the creation of yet another communications standards organization does not best meet the needs of the industry," said ATIS President and CEO Susan Miller.
Copies of the blueprint were delivered to ATIS committee leaders and TIA representatives this week.
Industry experts from more than 400 telecommunications companies participate in ATIS committees, whose work focus includes network interconnection standards, number portability, improved data transmission, wireless communications, critical network infrastructure, Internet telephony, toll-free access, and order and billing issues.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) frequently refers operations issues to ATIS committees for recommended solutions.
ATIS has a solid, well-respected track record for bringing the industry together to develop solutions enhancing interoperability and reliability of telecommunications networks, equipment, and services.
Nearly 3,000 experts from over 400 telecommunications companies participate in ATIS committees, whose work focus includes network interconnection standards, number portability, improved data transmission, wireless communications, Internet telephony, toll-free access, and order and billing issues.