Centre News

  • J.R.S Biodiversity foundation has awarded ATREE with a 2 year grant to help increase the conceptual and practical understanding of informatics and emergent properties of information systems related to biodiversity throughout India. http://www.jrsbdf.org/Default.aspx?tabid=118
  • Case Study done by Mapinfo Corporation on the application of MapXtreme Java in developing web applications for hosting Ecologically relevant databases by ATREE. http://www.mapinfo.com.au/static/files/document/1126573827348/ATREE_CS.pdf
  • ATREE Launches India’s First Eco-Informatics Centre: Initiative will further conservation and ecological management and promote international collaboration ... http://www10.giscafe.com/nbc/articles/view_article.php?section=CorpNews&articleid=182316
  • The Eco-Informatics Center is envisioned as a web-enabled, publicly accessible resource ... http://indiafocus.indiainfo.com/science/
  • ATREE Develops a webGIS application for India’s First Eco-Informatics Centre Using MapInfo’s Technology May 18, 2005 ... http://www.directionsmag.com/press.releases/?duty=Show&id=11804
  • Web GIS application for India’s first Eco-Informatics Centre - Be the first to know - GISdevelopment.net News brings you the news, views and reviews of the latest events and happening in the GIS Community. http://www.gisdevelopment.net/news/print.asp?id=GIS:N_vyxmfahoqi&cat=New%20Products&subc=GIS
  • ATREE Launches India's First Eco-Informatics Centre http://www.topix.net/com/hp
  • Eco-Informatics Centre - a centre that pools together the knowledge of Information Technology and ecology to further the efforts in the conservation and management of the country’s natural resources was launched in Bangalore on Friday under the aegis of the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (Atree). http://www.deccanherald.com/deccanherald/may142005/state1915222005513.asp
  • ATREE Develops a webGIS application for India’s First Eco-Informatics Centre Using MapInfo’s Technology. http://www.mapinfo.co.in/
  • The Centre has also been awarded a grant by MapInfo - a global leader in location based software solutions - to establish an internship programme, which will allow a select group of national and international students to work on the development of webGIS related tools and applications using JAVA technology. Nigel Lester, sales director, MapInfo said, "MapInfo congratulates ATREE on the successful development and launch of India's first webGIS application on Eco-informatics. This initiative demonstrates MapInfo's commitment to promote the development of webGIS technology throughout India."
  • EcoInformatics WEBGIS portal is being setup at ATREE in partnership with HP and UAS. The Portal will be inaugarated on May 13th 2005 at Hotel Grand Ashok, B'lore by ATREE, HP and UAS and the Chief Guest will be Dr. Madhavan Nair (Chairman ISRO).
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