Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


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
From 10/02/2015 to 12/02/2015
Cardif, UK
The Conference welcomes digital health professionals from around the world to unite in a common goal – to accelerate developments in Digital Health through Open Innovation. Focusing on the themes of Big Data, Empowering Patients and Staff and Innovative Business Models, top level global presenters will share their insights and experiences of how they are enhancing the evolution of healthcare through Open Innovation. Read more
The Mathematics for Digital Science workshop organised by the European Commission took place on 6 November 2014. The workshop was preceded by an open online consultation. Read more
The Finnish start-up CyberLightning used FI-WARE, a set of online services for developers, to create a new software platform named CyberVille®. This 3D visualisation tool can monitor Internet of Things networks such as Smart Grids and Smart City infrastructures. Read more
The European Commission has set out the actions the Commission intends to take over the next 12 months. Read more
On 5 December 2014 the European Commission organised an Information Day for the National Contact Points. You will find here the presentations done at the event. Read more
BREYDEL – room AUDITORIUM, Avenue d' Auderghem 45 , 1040 Brussels, Belgium
Please note that the list of participants for 17 December is full. We created a waiting list.As an alternative we decided to organise a webinar event on Thursday 18 December from 10.00 to 12.00. During this webinar the Commission presentations will be repeated and you get the opportunity to ask questions through a chat facility. Read more
Almost two-thirds (65%) of the EU population use the internet daily in 2014, compared with less than a third (31%) in 2006. One out of every five individuals in the EU used the cloud to save files. Read more
University Hospital Ghent, Belgium
Since 2013, key national and international organisations have been working together in the framework of the EU-funded Antilope project. They selected and defined eHealth standards and specifications. And they created, validated and disseminated a common approach for testing and certification of eHealth solutions and services in Europe. During this final conference and hand-over workshop Antilope’s key outcomes will be presented. Read more
Commission concludes that the German regulator's approach to set fixed termination rates (FTRs) does not follow the EU recommended approach and leads to competition and consumer harm. As a result, the Commission requires BNetzA to withdraw its proposal or to amend it in order to bring it in line with the Commission's guidelines. Read more