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Life Cooperative is a cooperation of organisations focusing on Life Science and MedTech.


CAN in Automation (CiA) is the international users' and manufacturers' organization that develops and supports CAN-based higher-layer protocols. All activities are based on CiA members' interest, participation and initiative. CiA representatives actively support international standardization of CAN protocols and represent the members' interest in national and international standardization committees, such as ISO and IEC. CiA members initiate and develop specifications that are then published as CiA standards. These specifications cover physical layer definitions as well as application layer and device profile descriptions.

The FHI ('Federatie Het Instrument') is a collective group of technology companies operating in the Dutch market as providers of industrial electronics, industrial automation, laboratorial technology and medical technology. The group acts as a network and addresses external parties, both public and private. The main objectives are the joint marketing and the joint promotion of the member companies' interests.

The Development Club (DevClub) is a joint initiative of 36 companies with highly specialized expertise in all technological areas. OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) are welcome to approach the member companies for the design and engineering of their product ideas. Development of embedded software is the core competence for most of the member companies, however, the added-value of the Development Club is the complementarity of the joint competences.

The RTA ('Recycling Technologische Apparatuur') is founded for all Dutch manufacturers and importers of professional electric or electronic devices and is responsible for the execution (for the member companies) of the collective announcements concerning the new directive for discarded electric and electronic devices called AEEA ('Afgedankte Elektrische en Elektronische Apparatuur'). This new directive came into force on the 13th of August 2005 for all manufactures and importers of electric or electronic devices.

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