X|Media|Lab Suzhou Wealth of Animation
Meet some of the world’s best animation industry experts and a ‘who’s who’ of the China animation industry in Suzhou.
X|Media|Lab, the internationally acclaimed digital media event, is staging “Wealth of Animation” in Suzhou, China, May 8th – 10th.
The Keynote Conference Day focuses on four themes: Animation Industry Development; International Business Opportunities;...
International Workshop on Wireless Access Flexibility (WiFlex 2013)
International Workshop on Wireless Access Flexibility
September 4-6, 2013, Kaliningrad (Svetlogorsk), Russia
The needs of wireless networks operators and users, as well as service scenarios...
China Guangzhou International Access Control System Exhibition 2013
Access control is one of the most frequently used security precaution subsystems in most of the world's city buildings. With the rapid expansion of the global market for security precaution and access control and the increasingly enlarged market size in all regions, there is an ever-growing demand for security products. Since they have been widely applied in governments, banks, enterprises,...
2nd International Conference on Wireless Information Networks & Business Information System
2nd International Conference on Wireless Information Networks & Business information System is the 2nd series of international conference . Due to the great succeed of 1st international conference (winbis 09 ) on 27-28 th Febuary, 2009. The 2nd series WINBIS'10 is going to be held on 27-28th Febuary, 2010 in Kathmandu, Nepal . In First series of WINBIS'09, around 50 international participants...
INFORMATION SCIENCE INNOVATIONS
The scientific program of ISI'2001 (International NAISO Congress on Information Science Innovations will include invited plenary talks, contributed sessions, invited sessions, workshops and tutorials.
The following events form part of ISI'2001:
Symposium on Clinical Trials (CT'2001)
Symposium on E-Business and Beyond (EBB'2001)
Symposium on Intelligent...
Information Quality Management
Poor information quality costs organizations ten to twenty percent of total sales or revenue in the form of process failure and “information scrap and rework.” These costs are real and direct costs equivalent to manufacturing scrap and rework. Lost and missed opportunity costs as a result of poor information quality can be even greater than that. You learn the quality principles that must...