In the context of transforming research results into innovative products, the Commission wants to undertake a study which should identify a set of key innovative digital goods in lead European markets enabled by nanoelectronics technologies. The study should have as ultimate goal finding solutions on how to better link (nanoelectronics) technology push elements (supply side) with market pull (customer side). In addition, the study should also consider possible ways of action in order to complete actions 50 (Leverage more private investment), 51 (Reinforce the coordination and pooling of resources), 52 (Measures for ‘light and fast’ access to EU research funds in ICT), 55 (Double annual public spending on ICT research and development) and 56 (Engage in large scale pilots financed by the CIP Programme) from the Digital Agenda for Europe.