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Advances in information handling and access
for the environment: new emerging technologies

European Commission's pavilion at the Expo98
in Lisbon 1 July 1998, 10hOO

Updated: 09 JUN 98


Taking advantage of the opportunity provided by the EXPO'98 in Lisbon to reach a wide audience, the European Commission in collaboration with the National Focal Point (Portuguese High Council for Libraries) for the Telematics for Libraries Programme and the Portuguese Node of Midas-Net-Multimedia Information Demonstration And Support NETwork, organises this seminar. Examples of results obtained in the framework of the European Programmes will be demonstrated by project's representatives.

Programme

Chairman:
Mr Costa Ramos , IPACA/ICAM Instituto do Cinema, Audiovisual e Multimedia (Portugal)
Keynote on current issues on environment information:
Mr Maes , European Environment Agency
Introduction to DGXIII/E's initiatives in the field of environmental information.
Mr G. Stork , DGXIII/E-4
Presentation and demonstration of five projects:
  • UNIVERSE (Telematics Applications Programme - Libraries)
  • TWENTY ONE (Telematics Applications Programme - Information Engineering)
  • BALTICSEAWEB (Telematics Applications Programme - Libraries)
  • POLAR PERSPECTIVES (INFO2000 Programme)
  • O TEMPO PORTUGUES (INFO2000 Programme)


POLAR PERSPECTIVES

DG Information Society
Cultural Heritage Applications Unit

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