NTCIP Joint Committee
In 1996, AASHTO, ITE, and NEMA executed a Memorandum of Understanding to form and operate the NTCIP Joint Committee. The MOU served (and continues to serve) as a framework to:
- develop and complete a family of communications protocols under the NTCIP umbrella
- develop,adopt, revise and maintain protocols and other standards in the NTCIP family; and
- provide expertise and training in the application of NTCIP.
The NTCIP Joint Committee is the most senior NTCIP group, and the NTCIP Joint Committee consists of 18 individual members, with 6 appointed from each of the three SDOs. The predecessor of the NTCIP Joint Committee was the NTCIP Steering Group.
The NTCIP Joint Committee contributes to the NTCIP effort by providing oversight and general guidance for all NTCIP efforts. Specifically, the NTCIP Joint Committee reviews and accepts proposed draft documents at two stages in development: first, as User Comment Drafts, and then again as Recommended Standards. Recommended Standards are then referred to the SDOs for balloting and approval. Since AASHTO, ITE, and NEMA executed a Memorandum of Understanding (in 1996) to form and operate the NTCIP Joint Committee, it has overseen and implement the effort to develop, revise, and maintain the NTCIP family of standards; and to provide technical assistance and training in the application of the NTCIP.
The NTCIP Joint Committee consists of 18 individual members, with six appointed by each of the three SDOs. The NTCIP Joint Committee was preceded by the “NTCIP Steering Group.”
John Thai, City of Anaheim, chairs the NTCIP Joint Committee.
To monitor NTCIP Joint Committee activities by email, or for questions concerning the status or content of NTCIP Joint Committee projects or standards, please send your request (with email address, name, and company/organization) to: email@example.com
At present, the NTCIP Joint Committee has no projects under its auspices; however, the NTCIP Joint Committee continues to monitor and engage in projects assigned to NTCIP Working Groups.
NTCIP 9001 v04, The NTCIP Guide
NTCIP 9001 v04 provides an overview of the NTCIP family of protocols and profiles. NTCIP 9001 v04 is an educational tool, created to assist planners, specification writers, and implementers in understanding the various NTCIP standard publications and how to use them, as well as factors encouraging NTCIP implementation. NTCIP 9001 v04 includes content useful to: understand and procure NTCIP; relate agency specifications to NTCIP; design, implement and test NTCIP; as well as a number of other resources. NTCIP 9001 v04 is informative, providing guidance, but does not provide requirements or mandatory information (is not a standard). Published July 2009.
NTCIP 8002 Annex B1, Content Outline for NTCIP 1200-Series Documents (for Standards Engineering Process (SEP) Content)
NTCIP 8002 Annex B1 is Not an NTCIP standard. Rather, NTCIP 8002 Annex B1 provides guidance to those developing NTCIP standards concerning the standardized manner in which certain Systems Engineering (SE) elements are represented in NTCIP standards. Published September 2016.