29 European countries, Members of the European Union and of the European Economic Area, have signed a Letter of Intent to intensify cooperation on testing of automated road transport in cross border test sites. This initiative drives forward the plans of the Commission's strategy to build a European Data Economy announced in January 2017.
The European Commission has published a new European Interoperability Framework which will help European public administrations to coordinate their digitisation efforts when delivering public services.
The European Commission has awarded at the CeBIT 2017 tech conference a €1,000,000 to three innovative companies who cracked the challenge of developing a food scanner solution: an affordable and non-invasive mobile solution that enables users to measure and analyse their food intake.
This factsheet, available in English, French and German, explains the main achievements of the Digital Single Market since its launch in 2015. It also explores the impact from the proposals in the society and businesses.