European Telecommunications Industrial Consortium (ETIC)
1989, as Race Industrial Consortium (RIC). Listed name adopted Jan 1995. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased activities in 2000.
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The main activities are to establish: (a) Common visions of the evolution of telecommunications using existing work whenever possible, as well as advances in technology and within these activities ETIC initiated and carried out strategic European projects in the area of collaborative R and D in telecommunication will benefit the evolution in Europe's Communication and Information Society. Within these activities ETIC initiated strategic European projects in the area of telecommunications within 4th Framework Programme: 'CONCORDIA' - within the Telematics Application Programme, with the main task to develop harmonized visions of EU communications perspectives, identify the issues that are critical for the realization of the future Communication and Information Society and formulate recommendations on how they should be addressed including proposals for further collaborative R and D.
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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