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The Digital Single Market Blog


The Digital Single Market blog is a collection of opinion pieces from DG CONNECT, and guest contributions from stakeholders involved in shaping DSM policies. Feel free to comment and share your ideas by participating in the discussions.

You can also read the posts from the Director General of DG CONNECT, Roberto Viola's blog.

Alexandr SNAJDAR
The Digital Agenda for Europe website has been with us for 3 years. In October 2012, it replaced the "Information Society and Media (INFSO) web portal". The site is used by 12 000 people...
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FIWARE: new partnerships with European Data Portal, TM Forum and The Things Network
On 8 December 2015, the European Banking Authority published a Discussion Paper on strong customer authentication and secure communication. How is this relevant for eIDAS?
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Every developer’s dream is to provide the best gaming experience while breaking the technology limits. But when you also involve researchers, you know you are mixing the ingredients of a state-of-the...
Roberto VIOLA
New technologies have a huge positive impact on human lives. Already today, mechanical limbs connected to the nervous system and exoskeletons – innovative devices that impaired people wear in order...
The Creative Europe MEDIA programme supported 10 films that scooped 13 awards at the European Film Awards ceremony on 12 December 2015 in Berlin
Can computer simulation be used in clinical trials? The Avicenna project created a research and technological development roadmap describing how in silico techniques of computer simulation can be...
The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) Policy Working Group makes cross-cutting policy recommendations for both the supply and demand side of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Pedro LIMA
2015 was an year full of successful events for RoCKIn, in their quest towards smarter robots.
Vanessa VOVOR
It's high time to improve the quality of life of persons with intellectual disabilities! The Able-to-Include project does just that, through technology and innovation.