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For more than 24 years at the service of technology and innovation, we are pleased to present the history of the GCC. A brief timeline, which reflects the most striking moments, as well as all the personalities that have contributed to the evolution and transformation of the GCC, into a strong technological pillar supporting national and international development.

CCG

2013 – 2018
ISO 9001 and NP 4457
ISO 9001 and NP 4457

Obtained in 2018 the dual certification ISO 9001 (Quality Management) and NP 4457 (Management of Research, Development and Innovation) awarded by APCER - Portuguese Association of Certification.

Technical Commissions
Technical Commissions

Integration in 2017 into national and international technical commissions ("TC 196 - Electronic Invoice", "CT 199 - Health Information Systems" and "ISO / TC 22 / SC 39 / WG 3").

Technological Interface Center
Technological Interface Center

Recognition in 2017 as the Technological Interface Center (CIT) for digital technology, by the National Scientific and Technological System (SCTN), acting as an agent for the valorization of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing its transfer to industry and companies.

IPIN Awards
IPIN Awards
IPIN Awards

IPIN Award 2017 Indoor Localization Competition (Japan).
IPIN Award 2015 Indoor Localization Competition (Canada).

João Nuno Oliveira
João Nuno Oliveira
João Nuno Oliveira
CEO

2014-2018

FEHST SGPS, S.A.
FEHST SGPS, S.A.
Novo associado constituinte / Outubro 2014

The FEHST SGPS, S.A. joins the University of Minho and the ZGDV as a constituent member.

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  • 2013 (November 3): CCG celebrates 20 years.
2008 – 2013

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  •  Integration in the International network GraphicsMedia.Net. (12.16.2010)

http://graphicsmedia.net/

Partners Graphics Media Net: (Centro de Computação Gráfica, Portugal); Germany (Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz - DFKI; Hasso Plattner Institut - HPI; Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute - HHI), Spain (Center for Visual Interaction and Communication Technologies - Vicomtech), Italy (Center for Advanced Computer Graphics Technologies - GraphiTech), and Panama (Multimedia Interaction and Visualization Technologies (MIVTech).

  • Introduction of new areas of technology development (DIAs).
  • Main target markets: Technology-based tradable goods (IT); Public funding institutions; Associates; Public sector: Central and local public administration; Entrepreneurs; Business Angels.
  • Transfer of the delegation from Coimbra to Guimarães / Azurém.
  • Inauguration of the headquarters building, Azurém campus (01.31.2009)

01.31.2009: Inauguration of the CCG facilities, with the presence of the Assistant Secretary of State for Industry and Innovation, Prof. António Castro Guerra.

2001 – 2008
António Guimarães Rodrigues
António Guimarães Rodrigues
António Guimarães Rodrigues
Chairman of the Board of Directors

2001 - 2002

“ ... The best way to predict the future is to invent it... “

João Luis Marques Pereira Monteiro
João Luis Marques Pereira Monteiro
João Luis Marques Pereira Monteiro
Chairman of the Board of Directors

2002 - 2005

Luis Alfredo Martins do Amaral
Luis Alfredo Martins do Amaral
Luis Alfredo Martins do Amaral
Chairman of the Board of Directors

2005 - current

Eduardo Bacelar Pereira Pinto
Eduardo Bacelar Pereira Pinto
Eduardo Bacelar Pereira Pinto
CEO

2005 - 2014

  • The European project ARCHEOGUIDE is distinguished in 2002 with the awards LAVAL Virtual 2002 – “Science et education”, and “GRAND PRIX DU JURY 2002”, by Laval Academy, Mayenne França.
  • Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Coimbra (ISEC) becomes a member of CCG.
  • Definition of the CCG as an interface entity of UM for TICE.
1999 – 2001
José Luís Encarnação
José Luís Encarnação
José Luís Encarnação
Chairman of the Board of Directors
  • Creation of the first spin-off.
  • The project EU-Teleinvivo receives the 2001 IST Grand Prize.

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Refoundation of the CCG, associated to the University of Minho (UM), with headquarters in Guimarães and a Delegation in Coimbra with the ISEC member (2001).

Ceremony signing protocol between University of Minho and ZGDV for the implementation of the Center for Computer Graphics in Guimarães. From left to right.: Manuel Ferreira (Vice-Civil Governor of Braga), Chaínho Pereira (Dean of University of Minho), José L. Encarnação (President of ZGDV). 04.20.2001.

Extraordinary general meeting of refounding of the CCG. Front, from left to right. Adérito Marcos, (SEO CCG), José L. Encarnação (President of the General Meeting of the CCG), Chaínho Pereira (Dean of the University of Minho). 03.21.2001.

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  • The HAMLET project receives the 1998 Descartes I.I. Award.
1993 – 1999
José Carlos Teixeira
José Carlos Teixeira
José Carlos Teixeira
Chairman of the Board of Directors

1994 - 1999

Adérito Fernandes Marcos
Adérito Fernandes Marcos
Adérito Fernandes Marcos
CEO

1997 - 2005

  • Integration in the internacional network INI-GraphicsNet.
  • Involvement of reference companies: EDP, CGD, CP, Software AG - Portugal.
  • Striking and reference projects: Virtual Oceanarium (Expo 98); Santa Clara a Velha Virtual (cultural heritage); Virtual Macau (cultural heritage); Eu-Teleinvivo.
  • Development of the 1st website of a Portuguese media (Jornal de Notícias) 1995.
  • Development of the 1st website of CP - Comboios de Portugal -  1996; FACAP (mobilizer for the industry).
  • Focus in the area of Computer Graphics and related.
  • Headquarters and facilities in Coimbra.
1993 (03 Nov)

José Luís Encarnação

1993 (03 Nov)

It was an honor and a great privilege to have contributed to the founding and establishment of the CCG in Portugal. With that, I tried to give back to my native country, a little of what I owe it.”

Founder

•  Constitution of the CCG/ZGDV Association – Centre for Computer Graphics, as a private non-profit association, in Coimbra.

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