Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Get to know all about the digital single market strategy in Slovenia. You can find specific information on digital indicators about societal, economic and business data in your country. Details of local events and activities promoted by the Commission will be updated here.
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Digital Agenda Scoreboard


Spider chart showing Slovenia's score in connectivity, human capital, digital public services, use of internet and integration of digital technology compared to the EU average score
Find here the most recent analysis and data by country.
Going local

Going Local | Slovenia

Going Local Slovenia brings the European Commission's representatives to your country, Slovenia to communicate on the Digital Single Market Strategy in the local context. Information on events, local representation teams, reports on progress, challenges and debates in Slovenia on priority issues in this area will be updated here.

Country Information - Slovenia

Slovenia’s national broadband plan sets the goal to provide broadband internet access speeds of at l
Last updated on 31/08/2015 - 17:48

Broadband for All in Slovenia

For regions of Slovenia in which terrestrial internet access is not available, satellite broadband c
Last updated on 17/06/2015 - 09:48
Digital Champion

Ales Spetic

Ales Spetic is the Digital Champion of Slovenia. His priorities are to improve the usability of ICT.
EU investments
EU investments

Open Platform for Innovative SMEs

In the face of current economic challenges SMEs are widely recognised as potential engines of growth that have the necessary attributes of agility, flexibility and technological innovation. It is also recognised that they find it exceptionally difficult to mobilise the resour...

Civic Epistemologies: Development of a Roadmap for Citizen Researchers in the age of Digital Culture

CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES will develop and validate a Roadmap for e-Infrastructures development to support the participation of Europe's citizens in scientific research, focusing on Digital Cultural Heritage and digital Humanities (DCHH). The partners are committed to the values o...

Supermodeling by combining imperfect models

Scientists develop computer models of real, complex systems to increase understanding of their behaviour and make predictions. A prime example is the Earth's climate. Complex climate models are used to compute the climate change in response to expected changes in the composit...

Open Computing Infrastructures for Elastic Services

In the future of corporate IT, companies will rely on highly dynamic distributed IT infrastructures. Federation models are envisioned where a given organisation will be both a Cloud provider during periods when its IT infrastructure is not used at its maximal capacity, and a ...

Inclusive Future-Internet Web Services

I2Web will provide tools to develop inclusive Future Internet service front-ends to  address the challenges of ubiquitous/mobile Web, media convergence and user-generated content, in combination with cloud computing and Web 2.0, Social Networking, using User-Centred Design an...