Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Publications about Spain

The attached document is the English translation of the 2015 Spanish law modifying legislation on re-use of public sector information transposing Directive 2003/98/EC as amended by Directive 2013/37/EU (the Public Sector Information Directive). Read more
The attached document is the Spanish language version of the law modifying Spanish legislation transposing Directive 2003/98/EC as amended by Directive 2013/37/EU (the Public Sector Information Directive). Read more
This factsheet shows the progress in the online delivery of public services, across the various dimensions of user-centricity, transparency, cross-border mobility and key enablers in Spain. Read more
Early in February, Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) successfully deployed the Mont-Blanc prototype. After three years of intensive research effort, the team installed a two-rack prototype which is now available to the Mont-Blanc consortium partners. It is the first time that a large HPC system based on mobile embedded technology has been deployed and made fully operational to a scientific community. Read more
This chapter is part of the 19th Implementation Report on electronic communications. It addresses 2014 market and regulatory developments in Spain. Read more
The Digital Single Market strategy aims to open up digital opportunities for people and business and enhance Europe's position as a world leader in the digital economy. This country sheet gives key facts and figures for Spain. Read more
Portable devices make it really accessible for generating and sending e-mails almost instantly and on the go. But what if they could by sent just by thought? Brain-Computer Interfaces may make it possible soon. 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
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
Many scientists point out that the goal of social sciences is not simply to understand how people behave in large groups, but to understand what motivates individuals to behave the way they do. Could this fundamental insight be transformed in a step forward towards the solution of important societal challenges like traffic congestion or the sustainability a fully electrified transportation system? Read more
Dr. Veronica Grieneisen, from the Computational and Systems Biology Department of the John Innes Centre, and Prof. Yaochu Jin, from the Department of Computing of the University of Surrey,two UK partners of the SWARM-ORGAN project team, appeared on BBC Radio 4's weekly science show "Frontiers". They discussed how understanding genetic regulatory networks of cells and biological development influences research into developing swarm robots, as well as the challenges and aims of working with actual robots. To listen to the full episode of Frontiers: Read more
This is the 18th monitoring report on the electronic communications market and regulations, covering in particular key market and regulatory developments in 2012 and 2013. . Read more
EU eGovernment Report 2014 - Country Factsheets E-Government Read more
Spanish science news agency SINC features ANGELAB project that aims at detecting foetal genetic diseases via maternal blood. Based on lab-on-chip technologies, this research would lead to quick, non-invasive and low-cost diagnosis. The article also mentions LABONFOIL project, led by the same coordinator, Jesús Miguel Ruano López at IK4-Ikerlan. Read more
This study was foreseen under the eGovernment Action Plan 2011-2015. Administrative Burden Reduction (ABR) can be achieved through the integration of eGovernment tools; the smart use of the information that citizens and businesses have to provide to public authorities for the completion of administrative procedures; making electronic procedures the dominant channel for delivering eGovernment services; and the principle of the “once only” registration of relevant data. The latter ensures that citizens and businesses supply certain standard information only once, because public administration offices take action to internally share this data, so that no additional burden falls on citizens and businesses. 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
A survey carried out in about 1,800 hospitals in the 28 EU countries plus Iceland and Norway measures the level of deployment and take-up of ICT and eHealth applications in acute care hospitals in Europe. Read more