The Z-Wave Alliance has introduced two new membership tiers to expand its membership base and drive innovation. The organization is focused on advancing smart home and Z-Wave® technology and has created an Individual Academic Member level for teaching staff at higher education institutions and an Individual Member level for technical professionals not eligible for Entity Membership. The goal is to attract a more diverse range of professionals and Z-Wave users to bring in fresh perspectives and enhance standards development, ultimately supporting the Alliance’s growth.
“Z-Wave Alliance’s enhanced membership structure and benefits showcase our commitment to inclusivity, innovation, and collaboration,” said Z-Wave Alliance Executive Director Mitch Klein. “By opening up opportunities to a wider range of professionals as well as the passionate Z-Wave user-base, the entire organization benefits from fresh and diverse perspectives that strengthen professional networks and open the door to innovative ideas that enhance standards development and continue the legacy of Z-Wave.”
For those interested in joining the Z-Wave Alliance and contributing to the development of the wireless home control market, visit the Alliance website. To find out more about the new membership levels, contact the Z-Wave Alliance at firstname.lastname@example.org.