Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


From 31/03/2015 to 05/05/2015
The subject matter of the contract is to collect data regarding the complete standards landscape (including add-ons) in the area of TV sets with added Internet in view of determining whether there are potential risks for fragmentation. It would also cover national and industrial specifications and the cost of adapting to them. It should also provide an overview of the reasons for applying diverging standards and give an outline of research needs that exist in the sector, with a view to overcoming fragmentation challenges. Read more
STORK 2.0, along with partners from the CEF Digital team and the eIDAS task force, presented the status of the project and the successful story of a Large Scale Pilot project that gathers 58 organizations from 19 Member States, in a Seminar on Electronic identification and authentication (European Parliament, 25/3/2015). Read more
Diamant Brussels Conference & Business Centre, Bd A. Reyerslaan 80 - 1030 Brussels, Belgium
This event aims at exploring the progress achieved by the I4MS initiative and the impact participation has had on SMEs. The success stories of I4MS focus on process innovation through digital technologies such as simulation, modelling and data-analytics, robotics, advanced lasers & smart sensors, cyber-physical systems & Internet of Things. Read more
From 31/03/2015 to 20/04/2015
Are you interested or active in Cloud Computing? Are you concerned by having appropriate cloud standards? What are your needs, objectives, challenges and areas of concern? Share your concerns in a survey launched by the Cloud Standards Coordination (CSC). Read more
The EU FP7 funded research project TEAM, a large scale integrated project for energy-efficient and sustainable mobility, held its annual review in Berlin, Germany, on 26 March 2015. European Commission experts were invited to gain hands-on experience of the TEAM technology that has been developed. Read more
From 31/03/2015 to 31/05/2015
Lisbon, Portugal
Are you passionate about ICT, under 30 and academically involved in this fast-paced sector? Do you want to meet the international scientific community, European ICT entrepreneurs and European policy makers present at ICT 2015? Interested in actively contributing to debates and participating in networking events? Then apply today! Read more
The main objective of the eGovPoliNet project was to increase and sustain an international community of policy modeling. The community consisted of experts from academia and practice in the field of ICT solutions for public governance and policy modeling. The project ended in February 2015. It continues its work in special interest groups (SIGs) within relevant existing communities. Read more
The conference "Citizens Observatories: Empowering European Society", organised on 4th December in Brussels, had as main objective to raise awareness about the Citizens’ Observatories concept and to present the first outcomes of five projects that started in Autumn 2012 with the aim of developing novel technologies and applications in the domain of Earth Observation. Read more
CHAIN-REDS is a FP7 project co-funded by the European Commission aiming at promoting and supporting technological and scientific collaboration across different e-Infrastructures established and operated in various continents, in order to define a path towards a global e-Infrastructure ecosystem that will allow Virtual Research Communities (VRCs), research groups and even single researchers to access and efficiently use worldwide distributed resources (i.e., computing, storage, data, services, tools, applications). Read more
ICT 2015 offers more than just an entrance ticket to interested young people. Motivated and engaged students, PhD students, young researchers, and young innovators and/or entrepreneurs are welcome to apply and represent their peers at this event in Lisbon. Read more