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Exhibition | ICT 2015

During ICT 2015, the interactive exhibition will showcase the best of ICT Research & Innovation in Europe.

On 20-22 October 2015, the ICT 2015 exhibition at the Centro de Congressos de Lisboa will be woven around the three main messages of ICT 2015:

  • Innovate: focusing on Innovation and Creativity
  • Connect: focusing on people and the digital society
  • Transform: focusing on industry, business and the digital economy

What will you visit?

The interactive exhibition will dynamically showcase the best-in-class results of the existing European ICT Research & Innovation (from FP7, CIP and Horizon 2020 programmes), presenting very advanced research, future visions and being a showcase for activities with a high potential impact on the European industry, competitiveness and the future life and well-being of European citizens.

Additionally, individual companies that started, have grown and benefited from European funding will have the opportunity to showcase their most advanced products.

The exhibition will also encompass innovation at the interconnection of science, technology and art. Art elements like artworks, artistic representation of a project idea, artistic creativity on-site are foreseen to be streamlined throughout the exhibition.

An international village will host international cooperation aspects, also presenting successful projects with non-EU countries. The best of Portuguese ICT results will be showcased in a dedicated Portuguese village. In addition visitors will be offered more information on the European Commission main digital initiatives in the European village.

A small part of the exhibition will be off-site in Praça do Comércio, open to the wider public to show 'What European ICT is doing for you?' and giving a snapshot of the contents of the main CCL exhibition.

Who will be there?

The target audience are the participants of the ICT 2015 event, i.e. researchers, industries, SMEs, academics, policy makers, public authorities. The off-site parts of the exhibition will be open to general public.

The final list of selected exhibitors is published in the online catalogue, discover them and prepare your visit!

Opening hours

  • Centro de Congressos de Lisboa (only for registered participants):
    • Tuesday 20 & Wednesday 21 from 9h to 18h30;
    • Thursday 22 from 8h30 to 16h;
  • Off-site Exhibition Praça do Comércio:
    • Sunday 18 to Wednesday 21 from 10h30 to 19h30;
    • Thursday 22 from 10h30 to 17h.

ICT 2015 - Lisbon - 20-22 October 2015

Last updated on 16/10/2015 - 16:29


Students at ICT 2015 Discussion Group

This is the online space for the young students, innovators and researchers from Europe that will represent their peers at the ICT 2015. ICT 2015 takes place in Lisbon, Portugal from the 20 to the 22 October 2015.


Alexandru Paraschiv's picture
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-art recipe. Focusing on innovation, our project, Populate, is a new way of playing a new genre of video games.
Pedro Lima's picture
Pedro LIMA
2015 was an year full of successful events for RoCKIn, in their quest towards smarter robots.
Roberto Viola's picture
Roberto VIOLA
We want to promote EU innovators with ground-breaking innovations. That's why I'm very happy that the Slovak SME Broadbit is the first recipient of the European Commission's Innovation Radar Prize. With EU-funding, Broadbit has developed a new battery technology that has disruptive potential to deliver major societal and economic impact.
Andras Kovacs's picture
At ICT 2015 in Lisbon I accepted the Innovation Radar Prize on behalf of my company Broadbit. We are a Slovak SME developing intelligent battery technologies. Winning this prize has not only given us visibility but also credibility and confidence for our discussions with investors who can help us get this innovation to market.
alampel's picture
At the ICT2015 Conference in Lisbon, the European Commission organised the "eIDAS Knowledge Café". The goal of this networking session was to learn how to best leverage eIDAS to create and innovate, with a particular focus on the electronic identification and the CEF eID building block.
Jan Brinckmann's picture
FACE Entrepreneurship is a European project which seeks to promote ICT entrepreneurship amongst young Europeans by by fighting against fear of failure and promoting a risk taking culture
Andrea Servida's picture
Imagine yourself in 2018, where the use of electronic identification, electronic signatures and the other trust services is a daily reality and where citizens, companies and public administrations safely access services and can do every kind of transaction online and across borders in just "one click". Wow, do you think this is science fiction? It most definitely is not.
Tanya Nikolova's picture
The ICT industry is playing an increasingly important role in the global economy. Europe is in the lead in developing different ICT components. But how can Europe be in the lead of developing digital technology?
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Andreas Eberhart's picture
It is a challenge to use familiar concepts to extract important information from large amounts of data, without the need for complex algorithms and a PhD in data science. New techniques can help transform data into information, which then turns into knowledge.
Dominique Vicard's picture
Dominique VICARD
What a "smart" yarn can do for traceability, anti-theft or anti-counterfeiting protection.
Francesco Adolfo Danza's picture
Francesco Adolfo DANZA
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Arian Zwegers's picture
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Koen Bertels's picture
The intertwining of different disciplines is not only beneficial but often necessary for research to thrive.
Alessandro Cattelan's picture
Alessandro CATTELAN
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Youssef Bahara's picture
Youssef BAHARA
Active traffic management mobility solutions don't only get people where they want to go, but also help address public policy problems such as accessibility, congestion, traffic accidents, and air pollution.
Jan Peleska's picture
Software is very often critical for the safety of people or equipment. Trains, cars, power grids, hospitals, aircrafts, manufacturing plants, all should always work as expected, with no bugs. The technologies we are developing makes this possible.
Paul Hofheinz's picture
’Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.’ And few people provide more proof of this than the amazing authors of the now 10 national ‘startup manifestos' circulating in Europe.
Andras Kovacs's picture
Battery improvement is one of the biggest challenges for electronic equipment. In particular, the limited battery autonomy of Electric Vehicle (EV) is currently one of the main obstacles preventing EV mass-market sales. Nevertheless, solutions are headed our way!
Christopher Kermorvant's picture
Christopher KERMORVANT
Have you ever dreamed of an automatic translation tool, fully customised to your needs and taking into account your domain and specific vocabulary? Then, at DeepLingo, we have the perfect solution for you!
John Magan's picture
Managing the flood of accessible research and public data and using it for the good of everybody offers major challenges but also huge potential benefits. How can we transform the new ways of doing science into successful innovation?
Stefano Butti's picture
Stefano BUTTI
How can you, as a company, retain your customers, who can nowadays easily go from one supplier to another? Gamification for business is the next step innovation.
Nenad Stojanović's picture
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Lynne Hall's picture
Lynne HALL
New ways to learn in the classroom and beyond. Empathic robot tutors for children.
Alexander Peine's picture
Alexander PEINE
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Rubén Carrandi Cortina's picture
CTIC Plant VR automatically transforms 3D CAD designs into virtual reality scenarios ready to use in virtual reality devices. With this system, you will be able to navigate through an immersive scenario inside a 3D industrial plant using only a headset and a pad controller.
Pedro Lima's picture
Pedro LIMA
Two EU-funded projects bring robots to our service. Whether it is at home, at work or in a hospital, they will soon be a part of our life.
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