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
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    Museum Quest finalist in the BEST EMERGING NFC APPLICATION contest
    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
    2012/11/30
    Published by: MCsaornil
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    The LaBRI, University of Bordeaux, was selected as a finalist in the BEST EMERGING NFC APPLICATION contest sponsored by Verizon Wireless. This contest takes place during the  WIMA NFC USA 2012 international conference held in San Francisco from 27 to 29 November 2012.

    The selected application, Museum Quest, offers interactive tours of museums and enriched contents for visitors using the NFC technology. It was deployed in the Museum of Normandy in collaboration with the innovation department of the city of Caen.

    WIMA website: BEST EMERGING NFC APPLICATION TRACK FINALISTS

    Museum Quest: description PDF
    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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