Centra lab pilsen-31_5_12_report-en

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  • 1. CentraLab – International Seminar “Geomatics in Living Labs” press releasePilsen 15th June 2012 – International seminar of the CentraLab project took place in Pilsen,Czech Republic on 31st May 2012. The seminar was called “Geomatics in Living Labs” and itwas focused on participating of project members from the Czech Republic in geo-thematicprojects.Participants of the seminar were welcomed by the chairman of Czech Centre for Science andSociety (CCSS) Dr. Karel Charvat. The CCSS an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organisation was introduced by Dr. Charvat in his next presentation.Dr. Charvat then presented short overview of international projects where CCSS had beenparticipating and finally he presented one of the Czech LivingLab – WirelessInfo too.Dr. Otakar Cerba introduced to the audience the Geomatics section of the University of WestBohemia in Pilsen (UWB), its study programmes, research areas and significant internationalprojects; this contribution established a background for the next presentations. Michal Kepkaand Pavel Hajek from UWB introduced projects focused on the public where the UWB hadbeen participating. On the other hand, Dr. Karel Janecka introduced projects focused onpublic and education where CCSS had been participating. After them Dr. Karel Jedlickaintroduced an annual symposium called “Geomatics in Projects”. Symposium is organized byGeomatics Section of UWB and it is focused on current themes of geospatial field likegeodesy, cartography, cultural heritage, urban planning, education and others.Questions and comments were discussed at the end of the seminar. For more informationabout CentraLab project feel free to visit project website(http://www.centralivinglab.eu/index.php/en/). Authors: Michal Kepka, Pavel Hajek