Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 03/11/2014 to 04/11/2014
The European Investor Gate invites 50 innovators to meet with leaders and international investors from the ICT sector in Dublin on 3 - 4 November 2014. Read more
Flagey, 1050 Brussels
The EU-funded European Investor Gate project will be holding an Investment Forum at the New European Media (NEM) Summit held in Brussels on 30 September 2014. Read more
The European Investor Gate will be holding its 3rd e-Pitch for innovative ideas and solutions on 9 September 2014. Read more
This table gives an overview of progress on the 132 Digital Agenda actions inclusive Digital Agenda Review package. Read more
Pascal Lamy, Chairman of the High Level Group on the future of the UHF spectrum, proposes to repurpose the 700 MHz band for wireless broadband and asks for regulatory stability for broadcasting to continue in the 470-694 MHz band until 2030. Read more
Himss Insights (Vol. 2 Nr. 4, August 2014, page 33) published a debate with Benny Eklund, project coordinator of the EU-funded Sustains project. He argues why patients must have access to their digital records. Read more
Interested in Photonics? Looking for the opportunity to discuss your ideas and network with potential partners? Come to ICT Proposers' Day 2014 to find out more about Horizon 2020 funding opportunities Read more
The Commission reports to the European Parliament and the Council on the results of its analysis of technology trends, future needs and demand for spectrum and presents the Commission's key findings that could lead to actions during the next years. Read more
The Commission Implementing Decision on spectrum use by wireless audio PMSE (Programme Making and Special Events) harmonises a minimum amount of spectrum across Europe for wireless microphones used at sports events, in concerts or musical theatre productions. Read more
From 06/10/2014 to 09/10/2014
At the annual Open Days event in Brussels you can come and participate in several workshops on eHealth. The EU-funded Haivisio project will discuss for example how to deploy products and services generated by European research projects. And the Sustains project will talk about patients having online access to their health information. Read more