Madame monsieur dans le cadre de l'appel CIP TIC PSP de la commission, quelques dernières demandes de partenariats tardives 1) la bibliothèque nationale de Turquie National Library of Turkey is very active in this Call of ICT PSP. They have been already involved in two different project proposals regarding Obj. 2.1 and 2.2. Furthermore, they are eager to be involved in a BPN as a partner regarding raising awareness of Europeana. They are in a very close contact with Ministry of Culture and Toursim, which is responsible for all the public museums in Turkey, and four museums are ready to be involved in the project. They have also contact with DG of State Archieves that is thought as archieve content provider. contact NationalLibraryof Turkey ICT PSP WorkingGroup ContactPerson1 : Erdal NANECÝ, NationalLibraryof Turkey, IT Director ContactPerson2 : Ömer KILIÇ, Project Manager E-Mail : email@example.com Phone1 : +90 530 787 8898 Phone2 : +90 312 484 4688 Ou encore Özhan YILMAZ [firstname.lastname@example.org] 2) trios villes de Turquie Diyarbakir, Batman and Tunceli municipalities are eager to be involved in ICT PSP Smart Cities projects as partners. Interested stakeholders can come into contact with the contact people identified below. Mr. Sezai Karatay e-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org 3) un centre de recherché en Roumanie IPA SA Research Centre IPA SA Research Centre www.ipa.ro, established in the year 1960, in Bucharest, as R & D & Training Centre, with over 200 University Professors Doctors, Scientists, Doctor Engineers, Engineers, Trainers, and with subsidiaries in the entire country, is interested to participate at the Projects Proposals in the following fields of the CIP-ICT PSP-2011-5 Program : - 1.2. ICT for Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings, - 2.4. eLearning, - 3.2. Digital competences and social inclusion. IPA R& D & Training is the launcher and organizer, with Romanian Academy and with Ecology University of the traditional important, yearly, European Conferences eRENEWABLIA_eHYDROGENIA, eEFFICIENCIA 2011, at the 5-th Edition in 2011, and E_COMM_LINE_2011, at the 12-th Edition in 2011. IPA SA intends, in principle, to submit 1 project proposals inside the EU Com. CIP-ICT PSP-2011-5 Program. Following the above illustrated aspects we look, in principle, at the cooperation: - inside the proposals which will be submitted by yours entities and consortia and for which, we are ready to add efficient contributions, - inside the projects proposals, which are, in our intention. to the starting the joint cooperation for and inside CIP-ICT PSP-2011-5 Program, Gheorghe Mincu Sandulescu et Mariana Bistran University Professor Dr. Principal Research Scientist IPA SA & Ecology University IPA SA Bucharest, Romania, 169 Calea Floreasca, RO- 014459 Phone:+ 4021 31800 51 Fax: + 4021 316 16 20, email@example.com www.ipa.ro 4) un centre polonais a lancé un pilote B Merci de contacter Marta Osêka De Information Processing Centre POLAND E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone number +48 22 35170 82 Proposal acronym SMS Proposal full name Services for Mobile devices in Smart Cities ICT PSP Call 5 Objective addressed: (as named in the call fiche) 5.1: Open Innovation for future Internetenabled Services in "smart" Cities Funding scheme (please indicate one only) Pilot B Approximate total cost (optional information: not applicable to Thematic Networks) 3 M€ List of participants (proposal coordinator first) Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (business) Poland Information Processing Centre (R&D Units) Poland Indigo (buisness, SME) Poland Town Council of Warsaw city (public authorities) Poland Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute - (R&D Units) Portugal Direcção Regional de Educação Especial e Reabilitação Portugal Industrial Design department, Delft University of Technology The Netherlands Town council of Delft city (public authorities) The Netherlands Under negotiation with the last partner from another EU country…. Proposal summary Aim The aim of this project is to develop an interoperable platform to enable location-based access to content through a multimodal, context-aware services for mobile devices. The Platform We want to implement a generic and open platform that will allow service providers to easily develop and deploy location-based services that users will be able to mash up on their mobile devices as they need. With the tools we develop, third parties could build all kinds of services that trigger content when a user arrives at a certain location. A component installed on the user’s mobile device would integrate a number of such services to offer a coherent and context-appropriate multimodal interface to address the user’s immediate needs. A user might choose to select the set of services to combine into a unique personal experience. Service providers might also make services reuse other services, effectively enabling services to build upon each other to aggregate functionality. The platform will make such integration not only feasible but also simple both for service users as well as service providers. Below a number of exemplary services we envisioned are proposed: Visualizing the Inclusiveness of Cities Social exclusion is manifested in cities at different places and in different forms. It is often that citizens and policy makers are not aware of the forms of exclusion simply because they see no instances around them (e.g. physically handicapped individuals in places of limited accessibility) or because they cannot see through they eyes of the excluded individuals. This service will enable citizens to voice their view when it comes social inclusion, and will generate a large dataset of the different manifestations of social exclusion in cities. Local voting The ‘Local Voting’ service will be aimed at a city or district administration to enable polling citizens’ opinions at certain moments and in specific places of interest. It is usually quite difficult and costly to mobilize citizens to express their preferences and that is often required to serve them better. We will build a service that will allow local administration to create polls presented to people in certain locations. On the citizen side, every potential participant will be able to choose what locations she is interested in and what kind of subject she wants to have a say about. The user may choose to disclose some of her personal details in order to have a bigger influence on the voting outcome. For example, local administration may choose to give more influence to the local citizens rather than visitors or tourists. The project will be supported the development of Innovative Internet-based services in cross-border cities. The pilot will be engage citizens from three different European cities, who will share common service platform in project. After the end of the project, the platform could be used by citizens according with business strategy the owner of the services with respect intellectual prosperity of SME engage in the project. The public authorities will also play a strong role in the project in the dissemination activities. The proposal is relevant to strategy on national and European level.