NENA requires an explicit Intellectual Property Rights Policy to conduct its daily work. The objectives of this policy are to:
- Ensure that Members’ and participating Entities’ IPR are protected;
- Promote awareness of IPR issues among NENA Committees so as to permit informed decision-making about the tradeoffs associated with technical alternatives encountered in committee work; and
- Ensure that implementers producing products or services based on NENA standards are not unreasonably inhibited by IPR licensing requirements.
NOTE - 3/25/2017 - The
terms of the NENA Intellectual Property Rights Policy have changed. Please
review the Change Notice for information about these changes.
UPDATED Rev. 3.0 – March 25, 2017
Questions? Please contact NENA's Committee Resource Manager.
Information on all IPR disclosures made to NENA may be found here and then selecting "Documents."