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").
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This standard builds upon work in ANSI/CTA-2076 to specify requirements for the design of inclusive audio-based network navigation systems (IABNNS) for those who are deaf, hard of hearing and DeafBlind. This standard helps design professionals achieve an inclusive environmental through IABNNS that augment the physical environment by the provision of visual, haptic and audio-based information about environments for users.
This standard defines minimum performance criteria for consumer electronic products designed to receive All Hazard Alert signals broadcast by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations Weather Radio network.