Regional System for Microelectronics in Latin America (REMLAC)
1985-06-03 Caracas Venezuela
3-7 Jun 1985, Caracas (Venezuela), at regional meeting co-sponsored by E-XE4175 - United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and F-XF4530 - Sistema Económico Latinoamericano (SELA) under the auspices of B-XE3386 - UNIDO, on recommendations of a UNIDO/ECLAC expert group meeting, Jun 1982, and SELA expert meeting, May 1984. Also referred to as Regional Network for Microelectronics in the ECLAC Region. Project terminated.
Form part of a total system of activities in the field of informatics and microelectronics in the region, through: early identification and assessment of technological advances; exploitation of the interrelationship between telecommunications and microelectronics; socio-economic assessment of the impact of the technology; identification of possible applications in critical and priority sectors relating to domestic and external markets; establishment or expansion of design centres and specialized centres of excellence; conducting of feasibility studies and establishment or expansion of software production; training of manpower; establishing accepted standards, quality control and harmonization; exchange of information; strengthening negotiating capacities for acquisition of technology; promoting intraregional trade in informatics technology products; organizing a network of expert advisory services.
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