Call Identifier:
ITEA2-IP-08010
Project Duration:
3 years
Coordinator:
Gemalto France
Project Start:
1-7-2009
Project Budget:
~19,5 M Euros
Partners:
25
Project End:
30-6-2012
Funded by:
ITEA2 
Countries:
4
Last news
2012/11/30
The application Museum Quest developed by LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, under the SUS project...
2012/11/27
The final review of the SUS project will be held at Caen the 12-13th December of 2012.
2012/11/27
Youtube channel for the SUS Project
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    2012/11/30
    The application Museum Quest developed by LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, under the SUS project has been selected as a finalist in the BEST EMERGING NFC APPLICATION contest
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    2012/11/27
    The final review of the SUS project will be held at Caen the 12-13th December of 2012.
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    Category: Consortium Information
    2012/11/27
    Youtube channel for the SUS Project
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    Category: Dissemination
    2012/10/30
    SUS Project participates in the ITEA & ARTEMIS Co-summit 2012 (30-31 October)
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    Category: Dissemination
    2012/10/03
    The last SUS meeting before the final review is taking place these days at Espoo - Helsinki at VTT's premises.
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    Category: Consortium information
    2012/06/06
    The XII ordinary meeting of the Smart Urban Spaces project is being celebrated this week in the city of Gijón. The meeting is hosted this time by Visual Tools and located in the Scientific-Technological Park of Gijón (PCTG).
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    Category: Consortium Information
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    The work of the Spanish SUS partners is partially funded by MITYC, the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade. The work of the Finish SUS partners is partially funded by Tekes, the most important publicly funded expert organization for financing research, development and innovation in Finland The work of the French SUS partners is partially funded by DGCIS, the Directorate-General of Competiveness, Industry and Services.
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