Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 11/05/2015 to 13/05/2015
Riga (Latvia)
The next European eHealth Week will take place on 11-13 May 2015 in Riga (Latvia). It will combine the EU high-level conference on eHealth, the World of Health IT conference and exhibition. Read more
EU-funded research and innovation projects can now attend free of charge online courses to improve their dissemination and communication techniques and tools in order to bridge the gap between lab and market. The courses are organised by the support project Haivisio. Read more
From 08/06/2015 to 09/06/2015
Espoo, Finland
The conference will discuss the implementation of the Dublin Declaration and topics such as student entrepreneurship, open innovation digital platforms, regional information modelling and digitalized services. The recently published High Level Group report on European Innovation Ecosystems will also be a basis for discussions at the event. Read more
From 18/05/2015 to 20/05/2015
Barcelona, Spain
The Health 2.0 Europe event features the latest and greatest innovations witnessed by digital health investors. Applications to demo your solutions are open until 13 March 2015. Read more
In 2014, the European Commission launched a tender for the technical development of an online platform for the Global Internet Policy Observatory (SMART 2014/0026). Read more
The European Commission has again opened an investigation over the German telecoms regulator pricing of fixed termination rates (FTRs) for the new alternative operators on the market. The German regulator (BNetzA) consequently does not follow the EU recommended approach for the calculation of FTRs, which leads to competition and consumer harm. Read more
Scientists at the VERE project have developed tools providing people with the opportunity to experience life in someone else's skin using virtual reality, as a means of helping people shed racial stereotypes. Understand the power that virtual embodiment has in cognitives sciences with the testimonial Mel Slater at University College London and the University of Barcelona. Read more
The European project ECIM intends to develop an application combining, as in a Lego bricks set, all the practical information and services in an area: parking, bike-sharing (Vélib'), car-sharing (Autolib'), public transport, car traffic, etc... Read more
New technologies are blurring the boundaries between the real and the virtual world. Brain-Machine Interfaces allow to control a robots and even perceive them as the own body. Can that improve our lives? Read more