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March 19, 2011 by 4 Emme Service SpA

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February 4, 2011 by 4 Emme Service SpA

EU goes global for procurement standards

Public-sector procurement documents will for the first time be allowed to reference web standards and other standards not developed by EU agencies or the biggest, slowest-moving international standards agencies

June 2, 2011 by

EU calls for Iran to stop internet censorship

Iran must halt satellite jamming and internet censorship, a council of the European Union has stated.The repeated jamming of broadcasts from Eutelsat, internet censorship, and blocking of mobile communications by Iran must cease, said a meeting of ministers of the EU foreign affairs council on Monday.

March 22, 2010 by

Discovering Venice with a CINeSPACE device

There are many existing services to help you to discover a city you don't know, but the EU-funded CINeSPACE project is quite unique. It combines GIS and semantic technology to provide you with an intuitive and interactive way to discover the cultural heritage of a city. The CINeSPACE project combines several technologies including GPS to track your approximative position and optical and inertial tracking to refine it. You'll be able to rent the handheld at a tourist office or an airport, and your interactive tour will be designed according to your interests. The first field tests will be held in the beginning of 2009 in Glasgow, San Sebastian and Venice. But read more...

October 6, 2008 by

Galileo, Galileo

The EU's answer to GPS seems to be floundering a little due to those pesky and perennial factors of funding and infighting. The EU doesn't seem terribly confident that things will get sorted out in time, and the system will certainly be years late anyway.

May 10, 2007 by

Cornell cracks Galileo codes

Europe's answer to GPS may be in economic jeopardy, researchers say. But EU says signals aren't final or secret. Images: Europe's satellite navigation rival

July 14, 2006 by

By 2009 all 15 mln cars sold in Europe could have telematics

Navigation solutions will drive growth for telematics in the premium car segment and EU safety regulations could open the volume market for embedded telematics solutions after 2009, according to Berg Insight. The report reviews the status of the European market for telematics solutions for the premium car segment.

March 29, 2005 by

By 2009 all 15 mln cars sold in Europe could have telematics

Navigation solutions will drive growth for telematics in the premium car segment and EU safety regulations could open the volume market for embedded telematics solutions after 2009, according to Berg Insight. The report reviews the status of the European market for telematics solutions for the premium car segment.

March 29, 2005 by

BBCi swaps Google for Inktomi

After a year licensing Google's Internet search technology, the British Broadcasting Corporation's interactive division, BBCi, signed a deal to use rival navigation technology from Inktomi, according to Chris Charlton, London-based BBCi's communications manager. "The decision to change our results service provider from Google to Inktomi was taken after the provision of the service was put to public tender, in accordance with EU Procurement Legislation," he said.

March 27, 2003 by

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