Diputación de Castellón promotes a session about new technologies in tourism
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Diputación de Castellón promotes a session about new technologies in tourism

Monday, February 02, 2015

Diputación de Castellón, member of the European project Heland "Heritage and Landscape", organizes the 3rd of February a training session on the application of ICT and geomatics technologies on the sector of tourism.

A review of the implementation of some of these technologies on the architectural heritage will be done. The objective of this session is to make a better planning and sustainable exploitation of the tourist places.

The European project

Heland is a European framework project aiming to promote socio-economic sustainable development through innovative technological actions for Mediterranean tourism-heritage and landscapes protection clusters.

Heland counts with the participation of organizations from Malta, Spain, Cyprus, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon dealing with tourism studies, regional development and innovative solutions, technological actions for Mediterranean tourism-heritage and landscapes protection clusters.

The Heland Project is co-funded by the European Commission though ENPI (European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument) Programme, which is the financing instrument of the new European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) for the 2007-2013 period aiming at reinforcing cooperation between the European Union (EU) and partner countries regions placed along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.

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