Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


The European Commission has just published a report on SME's engagement in e-commerce. The report presents key questions for entrepreneurs who plan to enter e-commerce, challenges for European e-commerce and recommendations for European policy makers. Read more
From 05/05/2015 to 29/05/2015
In the framework of the support action for Vehicle and Road Automation network (VRA), the US Department of Transportation (US DoT) has launched a survey to understand better the geospatial needs for automation. Read more
From 05/05/2015 to 26/05/2015
The objective of the study is to assess the economic and socio-cultural impact of introducing wireless broadband services in the 700 MHz band as framed by the EU level roadmap derived from the Lamy Report and related RSPG deliverables ('basic scenario') and, for comparison purposes, also in the whole UHF broadcasting band by 2020 ('extended scenario'). Read more
The European Commission has launched a study to identify key socio-economic data which will help in the planning for the introduction of 5G infrastructure in Europe. (SMART 2014/0008). Read more
The European Commission has just published a study on the digital service infrastructures supported by the Connecting Europe Facility programme. The study gives an overview on the technical maturity of specific infrastructures to be deployed as of 2015. Read more
A home rehabilitation system helps stroke patients to remaster sequential daily tasks like brewing tea. Read more
Free, diverse and independent media are essential in any democratic society because without freedom of expression and media, an informed, active and engaged citizenry is impossible. Read more
From 26/10/2015 to 27/10/2015
Rome, Italy
HealthyIoT 2015 is the first of an international scientific event series dedicated to Internet of Things and Healthcare. The event has published a call for workshops and papers (deadline 15 June 2015). Read more
The project SPADnet's objective is to develop a new generation of smart, large area networked image sensors, based on a conventional Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor (CMOS) fabrication technology (the same as used for microchips or sensors in cellphone cameras, for example), for photon-starved biomedical applications. Read more
The SCOOP project which focused on the development of Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) materials and devices with high brightness and high reliability OLED microdisplays finished in February 2014. We give an update here of developments that have occurred since the project finished. Read more