Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Blog Home

Article

More posts

Justin WANECQ
| 0 comment(s)
Unique opportunity to make your voice heard in Brussels
Ardiel CABRERA
| 0 comment(s)
Take part in the final OpenChina-ICT conference on the eve of ICT2013 in Vilnius!
Marietta GRAMMENOU
| 0 comment(s)
Pledging stakeholders to the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs came together today at a one-day workshop in Brussels to discuss the progress of their initiatives and how to maximise the impact of the...
Marta Anna BULIK
| 0 comment(s)
What is behind the words of Smart Factory and why is it lately so important and one of the top priority within the European policy? Only, on a global level, competitive European manufacturing...
Georgi GRIGOROV
| 0 comment(s)
Promoting open innovation and becoming ecosystem managers instead of service providers are two of the key elements cities need to embrace if they are to innovate and transform themselves into smart...
Georgi GRIGOROV
| 0 comment(s)
EPIC - the “European Platform for Intelligent Cities”- is more than just an IT platform; it is a one-stop-shop where small to medium sized Cities in Europe can find real, affordable solutions (...
Francesca FLAMIGNI
| 0 comment(s)
If you are into research & innovation, you can register and attend networking sessions at ICT2013 in Vilnius. You can also comment online on the sessions of your choice prior to the event.
Anne-Marie BARRY
| 0 comment(s)
The FP7 project RADHAR (Robotic ADaptation to Humans Adapting to Robots) has developed an intelligent wheelchair that enables people with cognitive or physical challenges to independently drive...
Lucilla SIOLI
| 0 comment(s)
As part of the Commission's policy on open access to public sector information, studies related to the Digital Agenda for Europe are now being made available for free download from the EU...
Isidro LASO BALLESTEROS
| 0 comment(s)
Shape the future of Europe's startups ecosystem

Pages