KML offers three levels of membership—Contributor, Associate, and Partner—to commercial, government, and academic organizations interested in collaborating with the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) on the design and implementation of distributed and intelligent information management technologies.
Summary of Membership Levels
Contributor members have access to the full range of KML research and educational resources, including KML technical literature, KML technical committees, and KML-sponsored conferences, workshops, and seminars.
In addition to Contributor member privileges, Associate members can seat one representative on the KML Advisory Board, make use of the KML sandbox facility, and reserve KML conference rooms for meetings (subject to availability).
In addition to Associate member privileges, Partner members can seat an additional representative on the KML Advisory Board (for a total of two representatives) and use KML facilities to conduct proprietary research, provided such research is consistent with KML, CADRC, and Cal Poly research policies.
For a detailed list of member level privileges, download the Membership Levels table.