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=20 SUMMARY OF ELECTRONIC PUBLIC INFORMATION NEWSLETTER VOL. 3, NO. 18; September 24, 1993 ********************************************************** INDEX: 1. INFORMATION POLICY IN THE NII VISION STATEMENT 2. WH PROVIDES WIDE ELECTRONIC DISTRIBUTION OF GORE REPORT 3. FEDWORLD MOVES TO THE INTERNET 4. COMMERCE ESTABLISHES ITS EBB INTERNET FEES 5. SEC STUDIES POSSIBILITY OF SELLING EDGAR CD-ROM THROUGH GPO 6. NII PRIVATE CONSORTIUM FORMED 7. NSF-LED GROUP SOLICITS RESEARCH BIDS FOR ELECTRONIC LIBRARIES 1. VISION STATEMENT GIVES GOVERNMENT INFORMATION A CENTRAL REPORT: The Clinton ...
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HOOFDDORP, The Netherlands, June 21, 2010 � Geospatial software industry leader Intergraph� will participate in several sessions and workshops at the INSPIRE 2010 Conference on June 22-25, in Krakow, Poland. The presentations draw on its consultant�s experience and insight gained on INSPIRE drafting teams and implantations of national SDI infrastructures and leading EU projects including NATURE-SDIplus, GIS4EU, CAF�. Intergraph is a world leader in interoperable SDI technologies based on industry standards including Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), Infrastructure for Spatial Information ... Read More
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The preservation of digital objects requires specific software tools or services. These can be characterisation tools that abstract the essential characteristics of a digital object from a file, migration tools that convert digital objects to different formats, or emulation tools that render digital objects in their original context on a new infrastructure. Until recently digital preservation has been characterised by practices and processes that could best be described as more art and craft than science. The Planets Testbed provides a controlled environment where preservation tools can be tested and evaluated, and where ... market research, surveys and trends
The event aims at giving a detailed briefing to interested stakeholders about the FP7 ICT work programme 2011/12 objective 1.7 to 1.10 which related to set-up of the public-private-partnership (PPP) on the Future Internet. In addition, the workshop will be a platform for potential proposers to exchange their ideas and to network. We assume that participants to this event will have read the FP7 ICT work programme text, in particular all objectives related. This information day on the FI-PPP will be followed next day (i.e. 9 July 2010) by an information for the Public Private Partnerships' Energy-efficient Buildings, ... market research, surveys and trends
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On December 13, 1996, the law firm of Steptoe and Johnson, LLP, hosted a meeting for representatives of the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC), private corporations, associations, and Federal government agencies to discuss the establishment of a private-industry led effort to further explore the formation of an Information Systems Security Board (ISSB). Mr. Bruce McConnell, Office of Management and Budget, informed the group that the Clinton administration supported the ISSB concept, particularly, the idea that the ISSB would be a private sector organization. Mr. McConnell noted that the both the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The reality is that the vulnerability of the Department of Defense--and of the nation--to offensive information warfare attack is largely a self-created problem. Program by program, economic sector by economic sector, we have based critical functions on inadequately protected telecomputing services. In the aggregate, we have created a target-rich environment, and US industry has sold globally much of the generic technology that can be used to strike these targets. -- Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Information Warfare-Defense (IW-D), November 1996 Most articles about the US information superhighway have ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mohawk photographer Ben Powless, 23, was among 900 arrested in mass by police in Toronto during the G20 demonstrations. Police attacked journalists, punching one reporter in the mouth and beating another, during peaceful demonstrations. Powless was jailed for more than 20 hours, then released without charges. He was arrested for "breach of the peace" (standing in a public street, with no provocation.) Inside the G20 Summit, the world's powerbrokers and elitists, including President Obama, wanted nothing less than to hear the voices of the world's poor and the defenders of the land. Powless provided photos of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
defpro.com | The complexity of developing new solutions in a rapidly growing net-centric environment, incorporating a vast scope of different technological sources of information, asks for a platform that offers the required flexibility and adequate technological basis to develop new systems and sensors. The airborne section of C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications Computers, and Intelligence Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) capabilities forms a vital part for the information gathering and distribution process in modern military operations and is subject to a fast-paced development of new systems solutions. To support the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The National Information Infrastructure Testbed marks the beginning of an exciting new era of data communications, where high technology computer network ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Brigham & Women's Hospital proposes to combine existing and new technologies to develop SMART: Scalable Medical Alert and Response Technology, a system for patient tracking and monitoring that begins at the emergency site and continues through transport, triage, stabilization, and transfer between external sites and health care facilities as well as within a health care facility. The system is based on a scalable location-aware monitoring architecture, with remote transmission from medical sensors and display of information on personal digital assistants, detection logic for recognizing events requiring action, and logistic ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
California has long recognized the potential of applying electronic, telecommunication and other technologies to transportation systems to address the significant mobility, environmental and economic challenges in the state and the rest of the nation. Through an aggressive Advanced Transportation Systems (ATS) Program, intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are being researched, built, and tested for deployment to address today's transportation needs and those of the twenty-first century. An important element of the program is the California Advanced Transportation Management Systems (ATMS) ...
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USSR launches Sputnik, first artificial earth satellite. In response, US forms the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), the following year, within the Department of Defense (DoD) to establish US lead in science and technology applicable to the military (:amk:) 1961 Leonard Kleinrock, MIT: "Information Flow in Large Communication Nets" (May 31) First paper on packet-switching (PS) theory 1962 J.C.R. Licklider & W. Clark, MIT: "On-Line Man Computer Communication" (August) Galactic Network concept encompassing distributed social interactions 1964 Paul t more.... Baran, RAND: "On Distributed Communications Networks" ...
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