Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Consultations

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From 16/10/2012 to 08/01/2013
After 4 years, a review of the list of relevant markets is needed Read more
05/09/2012
We are trying to determine which key digital goods based on nanoelectronics will be important in the future. Our initial results indicate that there are big differences between the applications being pushed by European industry and what the public actually wants from this new area of emerging technology. What is more important to you, better smartphones or a revolution in low cost personalised heathcare? Read more
05/09/2012
The results of the current consultation are expected to provide inputs for evidence-based policy recommendations that would allow national and European policy makers to develop effective measures in order to improve the “European advantage” of the semiconductors industry and value chain. The recommendations also aim to link national/regional level clusters and the most effective measures to the future European level programmes, like Horizon 2020 and others. Read more
From 20/07/2012 to 12/10/2012
Go make your voice heard in the online public consultation on the "Future Joint Technology Initiative(s) on electronic components and embedded systems" by the DG CONNECT. This consultation is open until the 12th of October. The questionnaire is aimed at gathering opinions of current and potential stakeholders on the opportunity, scale and scope of possible JTI(s) on electronic components and embedded systems in driving innovation at European level. Read more
From 28/08/2012 to 17/09/2012
The aim of the online public stakeholder consultation on “Roadmaps for the widespread use and broad acceptance of mHealth solutions” is to collect evidence on the most important needs and requirements that must be satisfied in order to facilitate the deployment of mHealth solutions. MovingLife EU funded project is seeking advice, comments and input on stakeholders’ specific areas of interest and expertise to address the requirements and challenges of the components that characterise the gaps that need to be filled in the roadmap. The consultation process will run until 17 September 2012 and the results from the consultation will be used to revise and fine-tune the preliminary roadmaps into a consolidated roadmap for mHealth. This final roadmap and an action plan for its incorporation will be presented and discussed at a large stakeholder conference in Brussels in the beginning of 2013. Read more
20/07/2012
The European Commission is starting a public consultation on the definition of future Joint Technology Initiatives (JTI) on electronic components and embedded systems. In particular this consultation addresses the future JTI(s) covering the ENIAC and ARTEMIS Joint Undertakings. The questionnaire is aimed at gathering the opinions of current and potential stakeholders on the opportunity, scale and scope of possible JTI(s) on electronic components and embedded systems to help drive innovation at European level. The consultation is fully open to all citizens and organisations concerned with the future innovation in ICT in Europe and its link with electronic components and embedded systems in Europe. The consultation lasts until 12/10/2012. Contact: CNECT-JTI-CONSULTATION@ec.europa.eu Read more
28/11/2011
The questionnaire and responses of the consultation on the costing methodologies for key wholesale access prices in electronic communications can be found in annex. This consultation ended on 28.11.2011. Read more
28/11/2011
The questionnaire and responses of the consultation on the application of a nondiscrimination obligation under Article 10 of the Access Directive (Including Functional Separation under Article 13A) can be found in annex. This consultation ended on 28.11.2011. Read more
23/11/2011

This document reports on the outcome of the consultation on universal service principles in e-communications, which took place between March and May 2010. It also covers the third periodic review of the scope of universal service under Article 15 of the Universal Service Directive 2002/22/EC ("the USD"). Finally, it sets out some reflections on the measures to be taken by the Member States when implementing the USD.  

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01/06/2011

DG Information Society and Media launched a public consultation on the future harmonisation of numbering resources for the provision of business services between 6 December 2010 and 28 February 2011.

The revised EU regulatory framework for electronic communications aims at enhancing the single market inter alia by way of harmonisation of numbering resources.  In addition, the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE) identifies further harmonisation in the area of numbering as one of the key issues for reinforcing the single market for telecommunications services.  In particular, it highlights that improved harmonisation of numbering regimes on the basis of the framework could help European manufacturers and retailers by facilitating sales, after-sales and customer enquiry services over a single Europe-wide number.

Against this background, this public consultation was intended to gather views of a wide range of stakeholders on the market demand for 'European' telephone numbers and on the most appropriate way in which they could contribute to meeting the DAE goals. 

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