Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Project news and results

Following the call for "Innovation Actions" to support ICT innovative creative industries SMEs, 16 projects were selected, starting in January/February 2015. Read more
DiscoGnosis project will enable fast, cheap and reliable detection of tropical diseases with a simple blood sample and a cd player at the point-of-care. Read more
10 projects were selected for co-financing under the first H2020 call for proposals on Smart System Integration. Read more
Digital technologies provide a unique opportunity to preserve, access and spread our cultural heritage. But what are their socio-economic and technological impacts? The MAXICULTURE project provides a toolkit for measuring projects’ socio-economic and technological impact and how they can best use ICT in the cultural heritage domain. Read more
NANO-RF is aiming to produce a new generation of smart reflect array antennas for improved communication, and a low-cost radar for increased air traffic with better security. Read more
Kurento received the "best of show" Award at the WebRTC Conference & Expo in Paris with a demo showing a street view in Madrid and how groups of people are identified and colored accordingly. All this happens in real-time so security services can focus their attention when a sudden crowd is formed. Kurento is one of FIWARE's Generic Enablers. It already won the "Best WOW factor" and "Audience Choice" awards at the WebRTC Conference in San José, California. Read more
The list of the very first H2020 project in robotics from Call 1 is now ready. It includes medical- and rescue robotics, industrial and service robotics as well as cognitive interaction and precision agricultural techniques. Read more
A new project has been established by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in conjunction with global sponsors SAP, Boston College – Center for Corporate Citizenship and Enel to discover what the main issues will be in companies' agendas – and consequently in their public reports – 10 years from now. Read more
Each of us has some information it considers private and is willing to share only reluctantly, be it about one's health, or personal preferences, or commercial interests or capabilities. Our society has put in place rules on how such data can be transmitted or processed. While these rules protect the privacy of data, at times, they seriously diminish the benefits that can be obtained from studying it. Can the existing balance between privacy and usability be improved? Read more
TAIPI:"Tools and Actions for Impact Assessment and Policy makers Information", is a Coordination and Support Action (CSA). Read more