Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

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The Alliance of Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) Board approves the guidelines on the operational functioning of the Alliance and welcomes its new members. Read more
Wearable technology is surging in popularity, now it’s time to let doctors access this data, according to Professor Tim Lobstein, director of policy at the World Obesity Federation and one of the experts of the EU-funded DAPHNE project. Read more
Giving citizens a greater role in science can deliver the vision of "science for the people, by the people" for Europe. Read more
"Digital health needs to reach out to citizens and empower them, not to expect citizens to make the leap on their own", according to Pēteris Zilgalvis and Terje Peetso (European Commission, DG Connect). Read more
The Better Regulation Agenda outlines measures to deliver better results for citizens and businesses, through an inclusive, vivid and dynamic policy-cycle. Read more
The theme of this year’s award “Solving the World’s Major Challenges – a call for innovations” targets projects, research projects and political strategies from the cultural and creative sector which offer innovative approaches for difficult global problems with special, but not exclusive, attention given to digital innovations. Read more
The Human Brain Project (HBP) calls for new partners from the systems and cognitive neuroscience community; its integration in the next phase is crucial for the progress of the project and essential for finalising the Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA) and unlocking the H2020 funding of the Flagship. Read more
The European Commission has launched the Connected Communities Initiative, a public call for expressions of interest for broadband projects interested in the use of financial instruments. Connected Communities aim to gather information from the market about existing connectivity projects that seek to provide high-speed broadband (30 Mbps and above) and are currently under consideration by public and private promoters, in particular regional and local decision makers. Read more
Through the 'Smart Anything Everywhere' (SAE) initiative, any object around us can become a 'smart' product able to take decisions automatically thanks to microchips hidden inside. 26 million euros are now available through 2 open calls, for more details check out this blog post. Read more
The call for ICT 2015 networking sessions closed on 11/05/2015. The organisers would like to thank all the participants who submitted a proposal, encouraging this way interactions and debates between ICT 2015 attendants! Read more