This study analyses the nature and barriers to investments by EU regions and local authorities to support the deployment and implementation of large-scale, sustainable, digitally-enabled innovative solutions for active and healthy ageing (AHA). The objective of the European Commission is to achieve more than 50 EU regions active in the field improving the lives of at least 4 million citizens by 2019.
On 15 October 2018, the Human Brain Project (HBP) hosted its very own open day at the MECC in Maastricht, Netherlands, where hundreds of visitors gathered to exchange ideas and share their passion for neuroscience and technology.
On 15 October a high-level roundtable discussion on the agenda for action set out by the Commission's recently adopted Communication on the "Enabling the Digital Transformation of Health and Care the Digital Single Market" took place in Brussels. Its core objective was to exchange views on the vision for the future with regard to a fully digitally transformed health and care in the EU.
Graphene Week succesfully presented the accomplishments of the Graphene Flagship, both in the form of scientific achievements and as the definitive source for information about the graphene universe:from the lab to industrial applications.
20 European experts gathered mid-September in Brussels for a two day meeting about how to make children's up to date vaccination cards and immunisation registries more available to healthcare professionals, by linking this vital information to electronic patient summaries.
The European Commission organised a forum during the IROS 2018 conference in Madrid. It presented the European Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy and up-coming funding opportunities linked to robotics and AI.The presentations are uploaded below.
This webinar focused on each of the trust services (eSignature, Electronic Registered Delivery Service (ERDS), eSeal, eTimestamp and Website Authentication solutions) in more detail, highlighting the individual business benefits of each of them.
At the informal meeting of health ministers in Vienna on 10 and 11 September 2018, the discussion focused in detail on the use of modern electronic communication means in healthcare and investment in digital health. The EU member states agreed to work closely together at EU level to make the existing infrastructure of thousands of health service providers fit for the future.