Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 01/04/2014 to 30/06/2014
The EuRoC project presents opportunities for funding under the 7th Framework programme through an existing project. The deadline to submit proposals for the Call for Challengers is 30th June 2014. Next deadline is 15th November 2014 for the Call for End Users. Read more
This image shows all the ways in which health apps can help people. Read more
From 03/04/2014 to 15/04/2015
A key structural change overtaking computing is the move towards a low-power computing continuum spanning embedded systems, mobile devices, desktops, data centres, etc. The demand for low-power multi/many-core computing systems is intensifying across all market segments. Read more
From 27/05/2014 to 28/05/2014
For a sustainable, secure and smart society, smart appliances for energy efficient buildings become essential. The European Commission has just launched the “Study on the available semantics assets for the interoperability of Smart Appliances, Mapping into a common ontology as an M2M application layer semantics (SMART 2013/0077)”. Read more
From 08/04/2014 to 10/04/2014
The EHR4CR project, co-funded by the EU and organiser of this conference, has developed a platform that improves and speeds up the process of clinical trials, anonymously linking to patients' Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Important, since slow clinical trials can be dangerous in case a pandemic breaks out. There is a video and a conference. Read more
With Open Innovation becoming an important cornerstone for our European welfare, its principles must surely be an essential element in the way we teach the next generation to take control. Read more
European Consumer summit 2014, Brussels, 2 April 2014 Read more
Opening and closing speeches to the European Parliament Plenary Debate, Brussels, 2 April 2014 Read more
The Recommendation of the European Parliament to the Council, the Commission and the European External Action Service on the role of broadcasting media in projecting the EU and its values was adopted on April 2nd, 2014 The non-binding recommendation recognises that broadcasting for democratisation and promotion of human rights in third countries does not explicitly fall within the remit of EU media policy but suggests exploring ways in which the EU and member countries can coordinate media actions and strategies. Read more