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Modern equipment (cars, airplanes, wafer steppers, automatic baggage handling) is nowadays highly computerized. While designing these, one needs deep knowledge of computer programming and how the...
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Smart solutions for green buildings, eco-innovative technologies with focus on the user comfort and adaptation- all of these are nowadays challenges in the area of building automation and control...
Andreas ECKEL
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Ground-breaking safety-relevant technology used in safety-relevant data communication has successfully been developed within European Union (EU) funded research projects. Applications range from...
Cristina SILVANO
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Embedded computing touches every aspect of our lives: domestic appliances, mobile telephony, cars, aircraft, television, the internet, traffic management, security systems and power management, to...
Eldad LOUW
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While manufacturing is still one of the most important pillars of the European economy, contributing billions in GDP and providing millions of jobs, European manufacturers are facing increasing...
Jonathan GRAY
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This is a guest blog post written by Jonathan Gray, Director of Policy and Ideas at the Open Knowledge Foundation. He asks what information needs to be released to enable more democratic engagement...
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The Safer Internet Forum which was held last week in Brussels was a great opportunity to discuss open questions and concrete ways forward for a Better Internet for Kids. Speakers represented European...
Alessandra BAGNATO
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Disclaimer: This is a guest blog post written by Dr. A. Bagnato, Project Manager at Softeam.
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During the ICT2013 Conference, OISPG members will be participating in the Panel discussions and will be present at Booth 11. OISPG Publications can be found also in the Networking areas. The OISPG...
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The Human Brain Project (HBP) sailed off and is now currently underway. Scientists from 135 different groups from the whole world got together in Lausanne from 7th to 10th October 2013 to celebrate...