Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


During the Digital Action Day, held in Brussels on 29 September 2014, policy makers and stakeholders have exchanged views on how would be the best way to build the Digital Single Market. Read more
This document reports on various short videos and one recap video related to the iMobility Challenge events that took place between 01/10/2012 and 31/12/2014. These videos show the benefits of iMobility Systems to both a professional and a public audience. Read more
The Galician Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare hosted on 25 March 2014 a Peer Review on the Galician Digital Volunteering Programme (VolDIX). The programme exploits various forms of voluntary participation to combat digital and social exclusion as part of a broader effort to build an Information Society for all. Read more
While many Member States have already introduced digital service infrastructures that drive competitiveness and markedly improve the daily lives of their citizens, there is currently a lack of interconnection and interoperability among such systems at European level. 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
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
The focus of this study is to quantify the impacts of PCP procurement in Europe based on evidence from the ICT sector. Read more
This study presents a very comprehensive assessment of retail fixed broadband access prices for a variety of broadband offerings including standalone and bundled services for eight speed categories. Read more
This study monitors the progress on the broadband coverage objectives of the Digital Agenda (basic broadband access for all by 2013 and high speed broadband access with at least 30 Mbps download speed for all by 2020), i.e. the household coverage of different fixed and wireless broadband technologies with a special focus on Next Generation Access technologies. Read more
The objective of the study was to examine the potential role that commercial mobile networks – with associated economies of scale for commercial equipment (including handheld devices for end-users) – could play in ensuring the provision of mission-critical high-speed broadband communications in the following sectors in Europe: Public safety, civil protection and disaster relief (PPDR); Utilities – intelligent energy management systems and smart energy grids; Intelligent transport safety and transport management systems (ITS). Read more