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TG4NP (Tourist Guide for the Northern Periphery)

Publicerad: 21 augusti 2014

Ett projekt som syftar till att ge platsspecifik och lokalt åtkomlig, multimediainformation. Informationen ska levereras till besökare i perifera områden i projektets partnerregioner.

The project will provide site-specific, local accessed, multi-media information, delivered to the visitor in peripheral areas across the partner regions. Basic services will include an introduction to the area and will feature useful information such as links to accommodation databases, weather reports, local eateries, points of interest and attractions. Specific applications will also be produced that will allow TG4NP to feature high quality, real time secure and safe streaming of information through the development of interactive applications. These will be developed using multimedia content, addressing the need for revival of the area’s unique cultural and natural heritage.

Facts: Ongoing 2011-2013, financed by the Northern Periphery Programme

Collaboration partners:

Sweden: City of Skelleftea, trade and industrial development (Tillväxt Skellefteå), Skellefteå,
Finland: Regional Council of North Karelia, North Karelia, North Karelia University of Applied Sciences, North Karelia, Kemi Tornio University of Applied Sciences, Lapland
Iceland: Icelandic centre for retail studies
Northern Ireland: Collage Ltd, Garvagh, University of Ulster, Colerine, Northern
Ireland: West Regional Authority,Galway, ERNACT, Donegal,

Associated partners:

Finland: Karelia Expert Tourism Service, North Karelia, Municipality of Kolari, Lapland, Ylläs Tourism Association, Lapland
Northern Ireland: Derry City Council, Derry
Ireland: Donegal County Council, Donegal
Sweden: Municipality of Luleå, Luleå, Mobilaris, Luleå, First Camp Karlsvik, Luleå