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Public Final Report of IST HPCN TTN ESCALATE - Exploiting Synergies and Co-operative Actions Leading to Accelerated Take-up and Effectiveness

Public Final Report of IST HPCN TTN ESCALATE - Exploiting Synergies and Co-operative Actions Leading to Accelerated Take-up and Effectiveness
Public Final Report of IST HPCN TTN ESCALATE - Exploiting Synergies and Co-operative Actions Leading to Accelerated Take-up and Effectiveness
The ESCALATE TTN (Technology Transfer Node) was based in Southampton, UK, and managed by the IT Innovation Centre (formerly known as Parallel Applications Centre, or PAC). It started on 1 April 1997 and finished on 31 March 2000. There were nine PST activities attached: DEMOTOOL, HEIDI, INDACAR, MARKET, PACAN-D, PARACOMP, PERMAS-D, VIVRE and WIRED. ESCALATE was leader of the Construction Sector Group. ESCALATE and its PSTs brought together SMEs and HPCN technology in many application areas, including automotive, retail, banking, loudspeaker manufacture, aerospace, offshore engineering and robotic engineering.
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Cecil-Wright, Margaret
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Cecil-Wright, Margaret and Gordon, Paul (2000) Public Final Report of IST HPCN TTN ESCALATE - Exploiting Synergies and Co-operative Actions Leading to Accelerated Take-up and Effectiveness s.n.

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Abstract

The ESCALATE TTN (Technology Transfer Node) was based in Southampton, UK, and managed by the IT Innovation Centre (formerly known as Parallel Applications Centre, or PAC). It started on 1 April 1997 and finished on 31 March 2000. There were nine PST activities attached: DEMOTOOL, HEIDI, INDACAR, MARKET, PACAN-D, PARACOMP, PERMAS-D, VIVRE and WIRED. ESCALATE was leader of the Construction Sector Group. ESCALATE and its PSTs brought together SMEs and HPCN technology in many application areas, including automotive, retail, banking, loudspeaker manufacture, aerospace, offshore engineering and robotic engineering.

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Published date: March 2000
Additional Information: Public Report from the ESPRIT Project ESCALATE, accepted as a project deliverable following independent expert review. http://www.it-innovation.soton.ac.uk
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 257381
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/257381
PURE UUID: 1b9b2334-3be9-4462-857f-4a0840e87501

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Date deposited: 30 Apr 2003
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:39

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