Navigation path

Displaying 1 - 3 of 3 Policy Ideas
Title and Topic Keywords Impact Plausibility

View Edit
Digital Agenda Pillar VII: ICT-enabled benefits for EU society

Digital technologies have enormous potential to benefit our everyday lives and tackle social challenges. The Digital Agenda focuses on ICTs capability to reduce energy consumption, support ageing citizens' lives, revolutionises health services and deliver better public services. ICTs can also drive forward the digitisation of Europe's cultural heritage providing online access for all.

Contact the curators: No curator appointed yet.
80.0
 
80.0
 

View Edit
Digital Agenda Pillar VI: Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion

Over 50% of Europeans use the internet daily – but 30% have never used it at all! Moreover, disabled persons face particular difficulties in benefiting fully from new electronic content and services. As ever more daily tasks are carried out online, everyone needs enhanced digital skills to participate fully in society. The Digital Agenda tackles the digital divide.

Contact the curators: No curator appointed yet.
73.3
 
65.0
 

View Edit
Digital Agenda Pillar IV: Fast and ultra-fast Internet access

New services such as high definition television or videoconferencing need much faster internet access than generally available in Europe. To match world leaders like South Korea and Japan, Europe needs download rates of 30 Mbps for all of its citizens and at least 50% of European households subscribing to internet connections above 100 Mbps by 2020.

Contact the curators: No curator appointed yet.
60.0
 
70.0