European Commission at CeBIT 2007
European Commission at CeBIT Event
Hanover (Germany), 15 and 16 March 2007
Mobile television, Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) and the ICT Prize are the three highlights of the European Commission (Directorate-General for Information Society and Media) presence at CeBIT 2007 (Hanover, Germany):
Thanks to media convergence, it’s becoming possible to watch television anywhere and anytime. Yet the success of mobile television services depends on spectrum availability, interoperable technologies, a favourable regulatory environment…
Commissioner Viviane Reding, key industry stakeholders and regulators will address these issues and many others at the Mobile TV Conference at CeBIT. Find out more
Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID)
Last year at CeBIT, the European Commission launched a wide-ranging public consultation on the challenges and opportunities of RFID for government, industry and society at large. Viviane Reding, Commissioner for Information Society and Media, will now unveil possible plans for a RFID policy in Europe. Find out more
The grand prize winners of the European Information and Communications Technologies Prize will be announced by European Commissioner Viviane Reding at CeBIT. The EICTP prize is awarded annually to innovative ICT products or services with outstanding market potential. Rigorous evaluation by independent technical and business experts have reduced the 450 candidates for the 2007 Prize to 20 finalists, who will be present at CeBIT. The three grand prize winners will be revealed during the award ceremony by Mrs Reding and will each receive €200.000 and the EICTP trophy. All CeBIT visitors are invited to the Prize ceremony - an opportunity to sample the best of recent European innovation in ICT-based market ventures.
The EICTP is supported by the European Commission and run by Euro-CASE.
More details: http://www.ict-prize.org