DWG




CEDIA Expo 2017
September 5-9th 2017
San Diego, CA

ASIS 2017
September 25-28th 2017
Dallas, TX

ISC East 2017
November 15-16th 2017
New York, NY

CES 2018
January 9-12th 2018
Las Vegas, NV

NRF Retail's Big Show 2018
January 14-16th 2018
New York, NY

ISC West 2018
April 11-13th 2018
Las Vegas, NV

NEACC Expo 2018
May 2018
Marlborough, MA

ASIS NYC 2018
May 2018
New York, NY

ESX Expo 2018
June 19-22nd 2018
Nashville, TN


Industry Assoications

DWG is a member of the following national assocations

Cedia
CEDIA certified professionals are a select group. They are proven experts who are committed to a higher standard of education. Hiring a CEDIA Certified professional gives you peace of mind—and the finest in custom electronic design and installation.
ESA (Electronic Security Association)
Member companies specialize in a wide spectrum of services to commercial and residential consumers. ESA brings together key individuals from top companies representing five industry components - sales, manufacturing, installation, service, and monitoring.
Asis
ASIS International is the preeminent organization for security professionals. Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security interests, such as the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits, as well as specific security topics.
SIA (Security Industry Association)
American trade association which represents "the business interests of manufacturers, service providers and integrators of electronic physical security equipment". It is based in Silver Spring, Maryland. The association's mission includes marketing, standards-setting and research and development. It sponsors the ISC West and ISC East trade expositions with Reed Exhibitions, a subsidiary of Reed Business Information.
NSCA (National Systems Contractors Association)
NSCA is the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial electronic systems industry. With a slate of more than 2,500 member companies worldwide, the National Systems Contractors Association is a powerful advocate of all who work within the low-voltage industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers and other allied professionals.
Bicsi (Advancing Information Systems)
BICSI is a professional association supporting the information technology systems (ITS) industry. ITS covers the spectrum of voice, data, electronic safety & security, project management and audio & video technologies. It encompasses the design, integration and installation of pathways, spaces, optical fiber- and copper-based distribution systems, wireless-based systems and infrastructure that supports the transportation of information and associated signaling between and among communications and information gathering devices.
BBB (Better Business Bureau)
Your Better Business Bureau helps the people you care about most – your employees, customers, friends, and loved ones – with business and charity reliability information, complaints, and dispute resolution services as many as one million times a year.

DWG is a member of the following local associations

AZAA (Arizona Alarm Association)
The Arizona Alarm Association is a non-profit organization which is recognized as the association which represents burglar alarm companies in Arizona.
LIAA (Long Island Alarm Association)
The Long Island Alarm Association is a non-profit organization comprised of professional security and fire alarm companies
MBFAA (Metropolitan Burglar & Fire Alarm Association)
One of the oldest associations of burglar and fire alarm professionals in the United States. Many of our founding members can trace their history back to the very beginnings of the electronic protection industry.
NYBFAA (New York Burglar and Fire Alarm Assocation)
Representing the interests of the New York Electronic Life & Security Industry. The New York Burglar & Fire Alarm Association is the trade association for the New York Alarm Industry. The NYBFAA represents Security Alarm Companies, Manufacturers, and Distributors that do business in the State of New York.

Other noteworthy Associations

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CEA (Consumer Electronics Association)
A standards and trade organization for the consumer electronics industry in the United States. CEA works to influence public policy, holds events such as the International CES and SINOCES, conducts market research, and helps its members and regulators implement technical standards. CEA is led by Gary Shapiro.
CompTIA (Computing Technology Industry Association)
CompTIA is the voice of the world's information technology (IT) industry. As a non-profit trade association advancing the global interests of IT professionals and companies, we focus our programs on four main areas: education, certification, advocacy and philanthropy.
CSAA (Central Station Alarm Association)
A trade association that represents companies offering security (alarm) monitoring systems through a central station.
It also represents companies that provide services and products to the industry.
CSINet (The Construction Specifications Institute)
CSI is a national association of more than 13,000 volunteers, including specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors, facility managers, product representatives, manufacturers, owners and others who are experts in building construction and the materials used therein.
infoComm (infoComm Internationl)
the leading nonprofit association serving the professional AV communications industry worldwide. Founded in 1939, the association offers industry expertise and market research serving press and others seeking information about the industry.
NFPA (National Fire Protection Association)
The mission of the international nonprofit NFPA, established in 1896, is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education.The world's leading advocate of fire prevention and an authoritative source on public safety, NFPA develops, publishes, and disseminates more than 300 consensus codes and standards intended to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other risks.

Technology Alliances

DLNA
A non-profit collaborative trade organization established by Sony in June 2003, that is responsible for defining interoperability guidelines to enable sharing of digital media such as music, photos and videos between consumer devices such as computers, TVs, printers, cameras, cell phones, and other multimedia devices. These guidelines are built upon existing public standards, but the guidelines themselves are private (available for a fee). These guidelines specify a set of restricted ways of using the standards to achieve interoperability.
HDcctv Alliance
HD surveillance equipment manufacturers who manage the world's only comprehensive interface standard for HD surveillance video. HDcctv compliance certification ensuries 100% multi-vendor interoperability. Uncompressed HDTV live views are delightful.
ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum)
ONVIF is an open industry forum for the development of a global standard for the interface of IP-based physical security products. ONVIF is committed to the adoption of IP in the security market. The ONVIF specification will ensure interoperability between products regardless of manufacturer.
ZigBee Alliance
After 10 years and millions of implementations every year, ZigBee standards prove you can rely on the widest variety of smart and easy-to-use products for just about anywhere you work, live or play. Our innovative standards are designed to let product manufacturers help their customers create their own Internet of Things and M2M wireless sensor networks to gain greater control of, and even improve, everyday activities.
Z-Wave Alliance
Established in 2005, the Z-Wave Alliance is comprised of industry leaders throughout the globe that are dedicated to the development and extension of Z-Wave as the key enabling technology for 'smart' home and business applications.

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