Consortium Agreement Eureka
PDF version. A editable word version is available in the project area. The objective of the project is to integrate these prototype concept-concept prototypes into commercially viable products through a series of pilot applications as part of a business plan and a usage and marketing strategy, which is one of the secondary components of the project. . The basic idea is to propose an integrated set of instruments to support compliance with legislation and information disclosure requirements for cities and industries subject to the above environmental guidelines. The basic business concept is the total or partial outsourcing of a number of web application services for distributed and mobile customers. Regulatory reports and public information are the information product that, as a value-added service, is derived from basic weather and environmental data. The added value of public-private partnership and open access to environmental information in accordance with Directive 90/313/EEC, which is packaged as attractive, informative and educational multimedia content for a number of user communities, are key concepts. We only show you the information relevant to your country.
AENEAS Statutes Version of 19 November 2019 The market for this type of tools necessary to comply with legislation comprises around 1,000 cities in the enlarged European Union and geographical Europe subject to the Framework Directive on Air Quality (Directives 96/62/EEC and 96/62/EEC) as well as several thousand industrial installations, including thermal power plants and incinerators. The first cost-benefit analysis shows that the system proposed as a commercial product can achieve and break a profitable operation, even after the completion of the WEBAIR project, within 5 to 7 years, depending on market penetration assumptions, provided that the capital required for marketing and the initial phase can be increased. The project focuses on real-time analysis and multimedia information, as well as support for distributed and mobile customers on the Internet. The approach integrates weather data and forecasts, air quality and emissions monitoring, including mobile sources such as transportation, dynamic 3D simulation modeling and forecasting, expert systems, optimization, decision support and reporting tools in a single, modular client/server framework, which is implemented as a set of application services within the reach of the web.