Organizations join ELISA because they want to collaborate with other product makers and certification authorities to establish how Linux can be effectively used in applications that require safety engineering to ensure that safety capability is achieved with the stated degree of rigor.
Formal application for membership is required. ELISA Membership also requires companies/organizations to be corporate members of the Linux Foundation.
|Premier Member||$90,000 Plus Linux Foundation Membership if the Applicant is not already a Linux Foundation Member|
|General Member||General (Already a Linux Foundation Member)||General (Including New Linux Foundation Silver Membership)|
|5,000 and Above Employees||$20,000||$40,000|
|2,000 – 4,999 Employees||$15,000||$30,000|
|500 – 1,999 Employees||$10,000||$25,000|
|Less Than 500 Employees||$5,000||100 – 499 Employees $15,000
Less then 100 Employees $10,000
* Pre-approved non-profits, open source projects, and government entities.
The success of ELISA is due to the contributions and support of the developer community and member companies. Join your industry peers in helping build an effective approach for safety analysis of linux when applied to domain specific use cases.
All Associate Member applications need to be approved before using the JoinNow sign-up form.
ELISA does not offer Individual memberships.
To review the membership agreements prior to joining, download here.