The hackathons are organised for Public Service Providers that want to increase the visibility of their applications and services in a European Marketplace through migrating their services to a single digital store. They will also provide Public Administration Service Subscribers with a new insight into Cloud based computing.
This second edition of the EIT Digital-IEEE Federated 5G/SDN/NFV/MEC Testbed Workshop will build on the achievements of the first workshop held in San Francisco. It will focus on progress made in the implementation of 5G/SDN/NFV/MEC testbeds based on open source technologies and their potential federation. The group of experts and stakeholders will present and discuss technical and legal challenges but also new business models based on experiences and best practices gained from major past and existing federated testbed programmes.
Ahead of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists on 2 November 2016, First Vice-President Frans Timmermans, High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini, Vice-President Andrus Ansip and Commissioners Günther H. Oettinger and Věra Jourová have issued a joint statement calling on all States, media companies, media professionals and all concerned parties to join efforts to end impunity for crimes against journalists.
A new research results pack has been published to close off the cybersecurity month. It showcases some of the most promising EU-funded projects already engaged in developing novel solutions to combat an ever-increasing number of cybersecurity threats to Europe’s critical infrastructures.
The call (ICT-32-2017) is open from 8 December 2016 to 25 April 2017, with a total budget of 12 million Euros. Building on "Startup Europe" and "Innovation Radar" initiatives, the call aims at funding projects to help established startups and prospective tech entrepreneurs to grow and achieve market success and raise broader awareness of high potential innovators in Europe from EU-funded ICT projects.
This is the 4th LEARN workshop on research data.
It aims to provide participants with an opportunity to learn about Latin American experiences in Research Data Management, including policy development and implementation. The purpose of the LEARN project is to take the Roadmap for Research Data produced by the League of European Research Universities (LERU) and to develop this in order to build a coordinated e-infrastructure across Europe and beyond.
Rescuers are often left feeling powerless after calamities. The tragedy is so overwhelming that their huge efforts are sometimes not enough. Finally, "supernatural" help is on the way, through the Walk-Man humanoid robot.