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17/04/2015
The European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services held its third meeting on 14 April 2015, in Paris. Read more
17/04/2015
Mass production and packaging in factories is already highly automated these days, but the same cannot be said for logistics. Movements of raw materials and finished products still depend heavily on manual labour. However, EU-funded research on Automatic Guided Vehicles means this is about to change over the next decade – and could create thousands of new jobs. Read more
16/04/2015
At a "Digital India Roundtable" event in Brussels on 15 April 2015, India and the EU have committed to work together in international ICT standardisation to define new standards e.g. on telecom security, energy efficient ICT or emerging technologies such as machine-to-machine communication. Read more
From 01/04/2015 to 06/05/2015
The subject matter of the contract is to review existing self-regulation approaches in areas coordinated by the Audiovisual Media Services Directive in a range of EU Member States. Read more
15/04/2015
In recent years, the Speech Repository team has focused on adding more pedagogical material to our database. This means speeches were specifically recorded by interpreters for your training purposes. Read more
15/04/2015
In March 2015 we organised 7 virtual classes with the University of Ljubljana and Bogazici University, Istanbul (06/3), Charles University, Prague (09/3), Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona (13/3), ELTE University, Budapest (16/3), Herzen University, St. Petersburg and the University of Krakow (27/3). Read more
15/04/2015
We are intending to organise three "Training for Trainers" (TFT) seminars in the next few months, two in English (13-17 July and 14-18 September) and one in French (14-18 September). Read more
15/04/2015
As in previous years, we are organising also this year study visits for conference interpreting students. From April to June we will welcome students from Stockholm, ELTE Budapest, Tallinn, Krakow, ESIT (translating and interpreting students), Mons, Skopje, Comillas, Barcelona, Cluj, Manchester, Pannon University, Salamanca, Granada, Malta, Bratislava, VU Brussel, Innsbruck, Vienna, Leeds, Saarland and Heidelberg. Read more
15/04/2015
The main objective of the EU-funded project called "GrowMeUp" is to develop and test an innovative robot (the GrowMu robot), which will support the needs of older people (65+) in their daily life activities. Eight companies and research organizations from five European countries, led by the University of Coimbra (Portugal) will cooperate towards the development of the GrowMeUp system and test it with real users from two European countries (the Netherlands and Portugal). Read more
15/04/2015
The aim of this workshop was to have a preliminary exploration of concrete examples of data location requirements that limit a single market for cloud computing. The workshop was organised with the intention to trigger a discussion and get a better understanding of such limitations by identifying and collecting real-life examples on existing barriers to the free flow of data within the European Union. Concrete examples help the European Commission to identify and understand if and where these restrictions exist and what their impact is. Read more

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