Formez in 2004, appointed TeDIS to carry on a study in the framework of the research “ICT and Local Development in the South of Italy”.
The Project was Financed by the Culture 2000 Programme of the European Union.
The main purpose of the Radar Project was to elaborate a European model for cities to promote integration among different social categories and inclusion of marginalized groups and individuals through dissemination of digital modern visual arts which have a great potential for the development of communication actions.
EKM Dicamo: Electronic Knowledge Management in Sportswear Industrial District of Montebelluna.
This project was co-financed by Regione Veneto and Chamber of Commerce of Treviso and is coordinated by Treviso Tecnologia.
The project aimed at developing and consolidating a community of designers and creative people within the province of Treviso and within the sportswear district of Montebelluna. In particular, ekmdicamo wanted to foster the aggregation of designers and creative people and increase the visibility of these professional figures both at local and national/international level.
Training and consultancy project addressed to theentrepreneurs community of the Cacak Area of Serbia
The project aimed at activating institutional and consultant aid oriented to the Serbian private sector through the cooperation between North-Eastern Italy and the Serbian Cacak area.
The local and regional authorities situated in the cross border areas are directly and rapidly affected by the EU enlargement process and its impacts. The project aimed to provide cross border institutions with tools for managing the impact of the increased migration fows
@lfa was a project co-financed by theEuropean Commission-Europe Aid Cooperation Office; an Exchange Program between Universities of the European Union and Latin America for building a research community for local economic development.
IntelCities was a research and technological development project to pool advanced knowledge and experience of electronic government, planning systems and citizen participation from across Europe.
It was cofinanced by the European Union's Sixth Framework Programme e EU Information Society Technologies programme.
The project was led by Manchester and Siena Universities with eighteen European partner cities, twenty ICT companies (including Nokia and CISCO) and thirty-six research groups.