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Title: Ocean Information Technology Pilot Project
Authors: Vladymyrov, Vladimir
ASFA Terms: Information handling
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: UNESCO
Citation: Eighteenth Session of the IOC Committee on International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE-XVIII), Oostende, Belgium, 26-30 April 2005
Series: Reports of Governing and Major Subsidiary Bodies
Abstract: The Ocean Information Technology Project was conceived to be “a major, concerted effort with an efficient and effective, comprehensive data and information management system as the goal. We are seeking a 21st Century solution that takes advantage of leading technology and methods. The data and management system will be user driven and, in this case, the users will comprise a mix of ocean science, non-ocean science, operational agencies, commercial and private enterprise users, and the general public.” Its history goes back to a presentation by Dr. Neville Smith during JCOMM-I. Subsequently Dr. Smith proposed the OIT concept to GSC-V (2002) where it was recommended to establish an OIT Pilot Project Steering Team.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/2718
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