Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Open Science is a broad term, covering the many exciting developments in how science is becoming more open, accessible, efficient, democratic, and transparent. This Open Science revolution is being driven by new, digital tools for scientific collaboration, experiments and analysis and which make scientific knowledge more easily accessible by professionals and the general public, anywhere, at any time. Read more
From 01/06/2015 to 09/07/2015
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) is conducting a study on eHealth Infrastructures and Services with a focus on cyber security. What will be the impact if an incident occurs? How resilient to power loss are these infrastructures? Please help ENISA by filling out the questionnaire. Read more
From 03/07/2015 to 01/09/2015
This mapping project aims at the development of an EU integrated monitoring platform that will aggregate and benchmark mapping measurements of the services provided by broadband networks, notably from two dimensions: Quality of service (QoS) (data on marketed speeds/quality) and Quality of Experience (QoE) (actual users experiences data to be pulled from crowdsourcing applications). Read more
From 06/07/2015 to 30/09/2015
The European Commission seeks the views of all interested parties on how to make Europe's audiovisual media landscape fit for purpose in the digital age. Read more
EU researchers are developing a new, broad-ranging, cloud-based infrastructure that makes the Internet more accessible for users with special needs. The new ‘ecosystem’ enables people previously excluded from ICT to get help using technology and aims to use their feedback to develop new apps and services. Read more
The European Commission seeks the views of all interested parties on how to make Europe's audiovisual media landscape fit for purpose in the digital age. Read more
Mobile data traffic is expected to grow hundred- or thousand-fold by 2020, when the new 5G telecoms standards are due to enter the market. As the race is on to come up with new solutions for telecoms networks to accommodate this massive growth, one EU research project has already developed an ultra-fast solution using optical transmission technology. Read more
Questions and answers on the public consultation on the Audiovisual Media landscape in Europe Read more
The submarine optical fibre cable between Europe and Latin America will link Lisbon (Portugal) with Fortaleza (Brazil). This initiative will bring the 2 continents closer and boost education, research and innovation as well as business exchanges. It should reduce connection costs and provide many more households, organisations and companies with a very high-speed Internet connection. A EULALINK Joint Venture agreement between the two consortium partners, Telebras of Brazil and Islalink of Spain, has just been signed. Read more
From 02/07/2015 to 30/07/2015
The European Commission launched a call for tenders for a framework contract for the provision of evaluation and impact assessment services to DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology in the areas of spectrum policy, regulation of electronic communications networks and services as well as audiovisual and media policies. Read more