|Full name:||European Take-Up of Essential Information Society Technologies|
|Start date:||2001. 01. 07.|
|End date:||2003. 31. 12.|
|Cost:||10.35 million EURO|
EUTIST-AMI, funded by European Union, is constituted by 13 application projects that are testing the benefits and the potential of agent and middleware technologies applied in real industrial environments. To sustain competition and face the global market challenge, the power of these technologies must be harnessed.
EUTIST-AMI, coordinated by ENEA UDA (Italy) in collaboration with LogOn (Germany), CSIC (Spain), MTA SZTAKI (Hungary) and DFKI (Germany), will last for three years and is intended to improve the efficiency of the management and the dissemination of the results deriving from the 13 projects within the cluster. It also helps emphasise the European dimension of the projects. A key benefit of the cluster is the ability to coordinate dissemination activities. As the results of the individual projects become available, the coordinators will organize European wide dissemination campaigns. These will focus on the "success stories" of the projects, in order to show other potential users the benefits that these two types of technology can offer.