Hellenic Mobile Cluster Meeting in Athens

On Wednesday 19th
December 2102, the meeting of the Hellenic Mobile Cluster took place in the Technopolis complex, Athens. The meeting included presentations by the research
institutions involved in the cluster and planning of further activities.

The Hellenic Mobile Cluster aims to
increase the international competitiveness of its members, stimulate the
development of innovative and competitive products and services, and create
economies of scale that could be achieved through close cooperation between the
different parts of the so-called triple helix (universities, research centers
and industry).

The Cluster aims at developing and
exploiting innovative and competitive products and services with high added
value that could lead to international recognition.  It includes businesses and research institutions
located in several areas in Greece.

The cluster currently consists of 26
companies, which are all members of the Hellenic Association of Mobile
Applications Companies (HAMAC) and 13 associated  research / academic institutions.

The Information Systems Lab from the
University of the Aegean, was represented by Y. Charalabidis – Head, Future
Informatics Unit, H. Alexopoulos, PhD Researcher and Y. Koulizakis, MSc

For more information on the Hellenic Mobile Cluster visit: http://www.hamac.gr