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Space and the global village : tele-services for the 21st century : proceedings of international symposium 3-5 June 1998, Strasbourg, France /
edited by G. Haskell, and M. Rycroft.
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Dordrecht ; Boston, Mass : Kluwer Academic, c1999.
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xiv, 263 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0792354818 (alk. paper)
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Dordrecht ; Boston, Mass : Kluwer Academic, c1999.
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0792354818 (alk. paper)
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2810564
 
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Recent developments in telecommunications have led to new developments in tele-services, particularly tele-health and tele-education, for the benefit of those living in either the developed world or the less developed world. The benefits accrue to individuals and also to society at large. An international and interdisciplinary Symposium was organized by the International Space University to bring together technical and non-technical people to consider the future applications of space techniques to tele-services. The Proceedings of this Symposium are essential reading for all who need to appreciate the broad range of issues involved in this developing area.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Keynote Address: The Next Billion Years: Space and the Human Challengep. 1
Satellite-Delivered Services in the Face of Migrating Marketsp. 17
A Mexican Case Project to Encourage Space Technology and Technology Transfer In Developing Countriesp. 23
A New Approach to Building a Global Businessp. 33
Keynote Address: Space Technology: A Boon to Health and Education Services Worldwidep. 45
Telemedicine Education Program for Medical Students: from Space Telemetry to Earth Medicinep. 53
Tele-Health Services in Developing Countries - Problems and Prospects: The Nigerian Experiencep. 61
Emergency Telemedical Assistance in Remote Locationsp. 73
Telemedicine - The Regulatory and Policy Challengesp. 87
Tele-education Service Structure and 21[superscript st] Century Projects of Anadolu University in Turkeyp. 97
The University Space Network - a Successful Experiment in Tele-Educationp. 101
Space and the Global Vision of a Typical Village in the Developing Worldp. 111
Tele-education: Benefits of Space and Integration of Multimedia Technologiesp. 119
Tele-Virtual Reality: A Major Shift in the Field of Teleservicesp. 123
"M.I.S.S.I.O.N.": a Space-based System and Operation Strategy for the Provision of Global Geoinformation Services in the 21[superscript st] Centuryp. 139
Tele-Geoinformation Service for Sustainable Urban Management: A Satellite-based Observation Approach for the 21st Centuryp. 149
Tele-Services Between Earth and Moon: Information Flow to and from Lunar Settlementsp. 159
Telescience for a Shuttle Payload and for the International Space Station - an Example Case with the CFZF Payload on STS-77 and Issues for Future Planningp. 173
Tele-business in China: Opening New Frontiers for the Entrepreneurp. 181
Tele-Banking and Tele-Business: Actual Trends for Next Centuryp. 195
The Future of the Global Village: Vision from the Outer Space Perspectivep. 209
Tele-Services and the Right to Privacyp. 223
Nation States in the Global Village: the "Cold War" Legacy and Space Activities in the Changing Worldp. 231
The ITESM's Virtual University and the Educational Models for the 21st Centuryp. 247
A Web-Based Education Program on NASA Space Shuttle Processingp. 253
Is Anyone There? Tele-Psychiatry and the Human Touchp. 255
Epiloguep. 259
Epilogue to the ISU Symposium: "Space and the Global Village: Tele-services for the 21st Century"p. 261
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