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ATIS4All and ETNA are 2 EU Thematic Networks led by Technosite and ETNA respectively that have been ‘clustered’ by the EU. Together they aim to establish a reference community portal, “ATIS4all …

ATIS4All and ETNA are 2 EU Thematic Networks led by Technosite and ETNA respectively that have been ‘clustered’ by the EU. Together they aim to establish a reference community portal, “ATIS4all collaborative portal”, offering reliable information on ICT ATs, and R&D initiatives. The Portal will allow users to search for information on specific ICT-base AT products, open source projects or services and share their opinion
and experience. User profiles personalise the information making it more useful to the different portal users. ATIS4all will provide the community portal and ETNA a search engine to locate information from diverse national databases.

The 2 broad categories of ‘user’ and ‘developer’ are supported via 3
sections

- Market place community: An online meeting point for users, providers and key actors interested in the field of ICT ATs, inclusive solutions and related services.
- R&D community: An online meeting point for portal users and key actors interested in R&D and cutting edge technologies applied to them.
- Key actors section: A tool to find organizations relevant in thefield.

For the UK this will provide access to knowledge of a wider range of
AT products and projects. It will reduce duplication of work between
countries and foster sharing and collaboration. Users, service
providers and developers can hope to reduce costs and become more
efficient.

http://www.atis4all.eu http://www.etna-project.eu

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  • ATIS4All and ETNA are 2 EU Thematic Networks led by Technosite and ETNA respectively that have been ‘clustered’ by the EU. Together they aim to establish a reference community portal, “ATIS4all collaborative portal”, offering reliable information on ICT ATs, and R&D initiatives. The Portal will allow users to search for information on specific ICT-base AT products, open source projects or services and share their opinionand experience. User profiles personalise the information making it more useful to the different portal users. ATIS4all will provide the community portal and ETNA a search engine to locate information from diverse national databases.The 2 broad categories of ‘user’ and ‘developer’ are supported via 3sections- Market place community: An online meeting point for users, providers and key actors interested in the field of ICT ATs, inclusive solutions and related services.- R&D community: An online meeting point for portal users and key actors interested in R&D and cutting edge technologies applied to them.- Key actors section: A tool to find organizations relevant in thefield.For the UK this will provide access to knowledge of a wider range ofAT products and projects. It will reduce duplication of work betweencountries and foster sharing and collaboration. Users, serviceproviders and developers can hope to reduce costs and become moreefficient. http://www.atis4all.eu http://www.etna-project.eu
  • See http://wiki.atis4all.eu/wikiatis4all– need to login to http://www.atis4all.eu/login.aspx as described in RAatE.org
  • See http://wiki.atis4all.eu/wikiatis4all/index.php/3rd_Workshop_-_Planning_of_tools_and_applications_to_the_self-management_of_the_portal – need to login to http://www.atis4all.eu/login.aspx as described in RAatE.org
  • Grey have largely moved to ATIS4all
  • Full URL: http://www.atis4all.eu/news/detail.aspx?id=408&tipo=2
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    • 1. ATIS4ALL / ETNAThematic networks and portal RAatE Nov 2012 Ross Gardler and Steve Lee rgardler/slee@opendirective.com @rgardler @slee
    • 2. EU Thematic Networks• Build European entry points• Collaboration on industrially-relevant R&D – Industry – Universities – Research institutes
    • 3. European Thematic Network on Assistive Information Technologies (ETNA)• European Web Portal – Multilingual – ICT based Assistive technologies – Related organisations – Projects• 23 European Union Partners• 13 countries• www.etna-project.eu
    • 4. European Thematic Network on AssistiveTechnologies and Inclusive Solutions for All (ATIS4All) • European AT research, developer and user community – Enhance dialogue – Increase sharing – Enable participation • 20 Partners • www.atis4all.eu
    • 5. Clustering• ETNA and ATIS4All work together as a “Cluster” – Shared meetings and work packages• ETNA – Portal for all AT – End of 2013• ATIS4All – Community tools for AT
    • 6. Combined Overview
    • 7. European Assistive Technology Information Network (EASTIN) • Aggregates several European AT databases into unified Map of Resources • Categorises all AT using ISO scheme • User search via web • ETNA’s portal builds upon EASTIN • http://www.eastin.eu
    • 8. Cluster: ETNA Focus• Products• Articles• Case studies• Ideas• FAQs, projects, regulations• Forums, news, references
    • 9. Cluster: ATIS4All Focus• Products• Articles• Case studies• Ideas• FAQs, projects, regulations• Forums, news, references
    • 10. ATIS4All• Open, collaborative portal – Reliable information on AT and inclusive products and services – Cutting-edge technological trends• At mock-up stage• Engaging initial stakeholders and supporters
    • 11. Key areas: Research & Development• Case studies• Standardisation processes• Publications and Training materials• Research projects• List of: – Key persons (our gurus) – Key Organisations (our supporters)
    • 12. Key areas: Assistive Technology Products• Integrated repository of ICT AT products – Database built by the ETNA• Best practices• Legislation• Standards• Funding schemes
    • 13. Why do we care in the UK?• Obvious – Use information in the ETNA database – Promote via the ETNA database – Connect via the ATIS4All portal• Less Obvious – Build capacity • Find partners in research and development • Routes to market – Build market • Especially into the EU• What are you waiting for? – become engaged…
    • 14. Become a supporter• Need to seed the community – Voluntary engagement – We aim to give you more back than you put in• Contributions – content provision, participation, dissemination• Supporter’s pack – http://oss.ly/atis4all

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