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VR Futures: Awareness & Exploitation Workshop
29 March, 2000
London, UK

Sponsored by
The European Commission's DG INFSO D1, under the Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme,
and hosted by the Department of Trade & Industry

Aims of the meeting

The aims of the meeting are to:

AGENDA (as at 25th February 2000)

09.00 Registration & Coffee

10.00 Keynote, VR Today, Professor Peter Swann, Manchester Business School, UK

10.30 Aerospace Group Presentation, Multi-partner, multi-national collaboration (including demonstration of the Eurofighter VR Project), Professor Robert Stone, UK

11.10 Automotive Group Presentation

11.40 Construction Group Presentation

12.10 Engineering Group Presentation

12.40 Process Industries Group Presentation

13.00 Workgroups, Dr Ian Johnson, Director European Projects, MVA Consultancy, Luxembourg

Lunch

14.00 Present & Future Project Funding, Pascal Jacques, Head of Unit, DG INFSO D1, European Commission

14.20 Projects Group Presentation
Current VR Projects Supported by the European Commission: what we can learn from others/technologies and techniques that will become available for exploitation:

15.00 Group Discussions During Break

15.30 Summary by Leader of Aerospace Group

15.35 Summary by Leader of Automotive Group

15.40 Summary by Leader of Construction Group

15.45 Summary by Leader of Engineering Group

15.50 Summary by Leaders of Process Industries Group

15.55 Summary by Leader of EC Supported Projects Group

16.00 Open Forum

16.30 Summary by Chairman

The Event Organisers

The event is being organised by EPIFOCAL with support from the European Commission's DG INFSO D1, under the Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme, and hosted by the UK Department of Trade & Industry.

Attendance is open to any organisation and is free of charge. Places at the event are limited. If you wish to attend please apply to Roger Frampton, as soon as possible, using the contact details below.

Contact

Roger Frampton
Email: mailto:roger_frampton@cyber-wizard.com
Tel: +44 (0)707 122 4000


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