The OMG’s goal is not just to create commercial consensus through standards, but also to ensure that those standards get used in the marketplace. As it has for seventeen plus years already, OMG continues to nurture the marketplace of interoperable software, one in which users can purchase standards-compliant software “off the shelf.” A great deal of this standards advancement work happens via email and conference calls, but also, most importantly, during the week of the OMG Technical Meetings, which happen four times per year. During the week, members advance technology through the group’s adoption process, attend special events and tutorials, and view demonstrations of OMG-compliant products.
For companies and organizations that are not yet OMG members, there exists a great opportunity to learn about what initiatives are underway in the form of Seminars and Tutorials. During the Seminars and Tutorials, OMG members give presentations related to their particular areas of standards development work to both OMG members and non-members. This work is at the cutting edge of technology and highlights just a few of the many vertical industries in which OMG members are active. By attending an Seminar or Tutorial session, you will learn about future standards directions and also how you and your organization can participate and influence our standards.
For more information about joining OMG, visit https://www.omg.org/be-a-member-a.htm
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If you register for the Technical Meeting Week, you do not have to pay the additional fee(s) to attend any or all of the OMG special events or tutorials. If you register only for OMG special events or tutorials, special fees apply.
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