The UNEP/GEF Volta River Basin Project for “Addressing Transboundary Concerns in the Volta River Basin and its Downstream Coastal Area” is a regional initiative designed to facilitate the integrated management, sustainable development and protection of natural resources of the Volta River Basin within the six riparian countries of Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Mali and Togo.
As an important knowledge marketplace in the Lake Constance area the FHV is an ideal environment for inspiring contacts and learning experiences. It inspires - as a personal development partner for its students and people in business and society in the region. The FHV is a visionary, impulse generator and problem solver for innovative issues. In this regard it connects people, science, business and society both locally and internationally.
For the Wageindicator Foundation, Goldmund, Wyldebeast & Wunderliebe has built a portal product based on Plone. This portal forms the base of a worldwide network of portals, aimed at publication of salary-related data. The portals provide the gateway to questionnaires, salary checks, games and articles, and provide insight to thousands of people daily into their position on the wages-market. The portal is used in approximately 20 countries Mexico, South-Korea, Brazil, the Netherlands and Finland among others and growing to some 75 countries within the next couple of years.
WALIS is a dynamic partnership of government agencies across Australia working with business, education and the general community to manage and promote Western Australia’s geographic information. WALIS also provides the framework that enables co-ordination of the State’s geographic information, and establishes policies and standards that ensure the effective management of this vast collective resource. Unified have worked with WALIS in delivering Plone based systems and solutions for their internal and external web systems. Unified have provided design, development, implementation, training and ongoing support services to WALIS.
WALIS Forum is one of the premier international GIS events in Australia, attracting over 800 delegates from a diverse range of professions. Held every 18 months, the Forum provides an opportunity to address issues related to the all aspects of location-based information. The Forum was established in 1984 and has developed into one of the largest and most well known geographic information events in Australia. It now draws over 800 local, national and international delegates who are involved in the use of geographic information from a variety of sectors including state and local government, the private sector, academia and the community.
The Wall House #2 is a house designed By John Hejduk. The house is used for exhibitions and performances, and also as a temporary housing for artists, who spend a few months in the house, working on their art.
"Walser Alps" is a INTERREG project which is aimed at studying the transfer from a pre-industrial to a competitive, sustainable and modern society (see http://tinyurl.com/6qvs6y) It's a multilingual (German, English, French and Italian) website build with Plone 2.1.2 with customizations such as a region filter (right column), the flash timeline comparing historical events important for the Walser region opposed to events important to the world, a dictionary containing a collection of German words with their equivalents in Walser dialects and a workflow that allows those many regions to cooperate on the portal.
New portal has been refreshed by attractive graphics application and all portal parts have been planned and distributed with attention to users ergonomics. „Visual site is very important hence we pay a lot attention to modern form of our service” – said Radosław Żuk, Director of PPL PR department. Shopping in duty-free area and parking reservation is also available now thanks to a new site, particularly new interactive map. Open source application enabled to optimize budget distribution and accomplish high level of portal efficiency. For many years Webservice promotes in Poland open source solutions by recommending them in LUX MED, CRN.PL, Chip.pl, Polimex Mostostal etc. PPL is the next satisfied customer, to whom Webservice in cooperation with SOLIDEX provided HP hardware infrastructure together with support and necessary application. Complete offer of both companies is a major competitive advantage on the market. For more information please view: http://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl
A Plone 3 CMS site for information on fighting domestic abuse for Warwickshire and surrounding counties. The aim of Warwickshire Against Domestic Abuse is to tackle domestic abuse by increasing the information and support available to victims, their friends and family, young people and to abusers.
Netsight were selected to develop a Document and Content Management System and a number of public websites for Warwickshire Police. Working closely with their publications department and their e-communications team, Netsight have built a fully web-based system that helps them meet their obligations under the Freedom of Information Act.