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CIANYS congress organisers.
256 people From South America, Portugal and Spain learn about TIDE
10 Nov 2021
TIDE partners from Cadiz (Spain) organise the First Ibero-American Congress of Nautical and Underwater Archeology

TIDE partners are immersed in promoting the project and the progress made. Our partners from the University of Cadiz (Spain) have organised between the 20th and 23rd of October the First Ibero-American Congress of Nautical and Underwater Archeology (CIANYS 2021).

According to our project partner, Carlota Perez-Reverte Mañas, it has been a very important congress since it has been the first one bringing together experts from all over South America, Spain and Portugal. "More than 256 professionals working in the field have participated together with 14 research institutions on both sides of the ocean. We are very happy".

The TIDE project was also presented during this event to inform attendees about how Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are being used in archaeology and submarine exploration fields to enrich visitor experiences and introduce an exciting new dimension to tourism and cultural heritage of the Atlantic regions. 

Click here to email  Ianire Renobales at ERNACT Network for further information

CIANYS congress organisers.
256 people From South America, Portugal and Spain learn about TIDE
10 Nov 2021
TIDE partners from Cadiz (Spain) organise the First Ibero-American Congress of Nautical and Underwater Archeology

TIDE partners are immersed in promoting the project and the progress made. Our partners from the University of Cadiz (Spain) have organised between the 20th and 23rd of October the First Ibero-American Congress of Nautical and Underwater Archeology (CIANYS 2021).

According to our project partner, Carlota Perez-Reverte Mañas, it has been a very important congress since it has been the first one bringing together experts from all over South America, Spain and Portugal. "More than 256 professionals working in the field have participated together with 14 research institutions on both sides of the ocean. We are very happy".

The TIDE project was also presented during this event to inform attendees about how Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are being used in archaeology and submarine exploration fields to enrich visitor experiences and introduce an exciting new dimension to tourism and cultural heritage of the Atlantic regions. 

Click here to email  Ianire Renobales at ERNACT Network for further information


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