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Two projects represented at the exhibition - 3rd joint call for transnational projects launched.
| Read more Between June 7 and 9, 2017, the annual ERA-Net SG project event and a meeting of the Knowledge Community working groups was held in Bucharest.
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Webcam can be added to instant messaging, text chat services such as AOL Instant Messenger, and Vo IP services such as Skype, one-to-one live video communication over the Internet has now reached millions of mainstream PC users worldwide.
Improved video quality has helped webcams encroach on traditional video conferencing systems.
A webcam is a video camera that feeds or streams its image in real time to or through a computer to a computer network.
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ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus welcomes project proposals for transnational RDD Projects on Smart Grids until November 14th. | Read more ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus hosted a number of events at the EUW 2017 in Amsterdam (October 2-5).
The event included the kick-off for the projects of the 2nd Call and the public announcement of the 3rd Call.
| Read more ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus approved 9 projects from 8 regions/countries for funding within the 2nd Joint Call. | Read more ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus provides a variety of possibilities and platforms to share expertise and cooperation interests between members of the ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus Community.
| Read more ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus is a partnership with funding programs.