This project is co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund,
Digital Poland Operational Program, II priority axis E-admin, no. POPC.02.03.01-00-0062 / 18-00,
Oceanographic Data and Information System eCUDO.pl
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The project focuses on increasing the digital availability and usability of public sector information, in particular, on online access to oceanological data resources, with the long-term goal of a positive impact not only on the decision-making and managing parties but also on the future oceanographic research and development of science.
The role of the eCUDO database is to grant to the public free access to digitalized oceanographic data resources. This database is meant to fill in the need of the central and local government administration and their subordinate units (involved in the exploitation or protection of the Baltic Sea) for the current and historical monitoring data. Such information is necessary for the informed and well-balanced management of marine resources.
More about the project? Check the partners, goals, and objectives of the project or other detailed information. This project is referred to by the acronym TELOS T – Technical, E – Economic, L – Legal, O – Operational, S – Scheduling.
The eCUDO project aims to utilize the untapped potential of the accumulated oceanographic data collected during monitoring and scientific research carried out by project partners. The results acquired during various research activities are transferred and cataloged in a transparent and publicly accessible eCUDE database.
The eCUDO project’s goal is to utilize the untapped potential of the accumulated oceanographic data collected during monitoring and scientific research carried out by Project’s partners. The results acquired during various research activities are [AB1] transferred and cataloged in a transparent and publicly accessible eCUDE database. Integration and centralization of this data will replace the previous, less than perfect, state of affairs which required either accessing separate IT systems and sources or ordering personalized expert reports.