The eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 was published a year ago, on 19/04/2016, as part of a package of initiatives related to the realisation of the Digital Single Market (DSM). While the Commission is reviewing the progress made towards completing the Digital Single Market and will publish the DSM Midterm Review in May, we are now taking stock of the efforts made in accelerating the digital transformation of government. What have we achieved together in eGovernment, since the Action Plan was published?
In the context of the Horizontal Taskforce on FinTech and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), the European Parliament has mandated the European Commission to implement a Pilot project in order to build up technical expertise and regulatory capacity. The European Commission intends to launch a call for tender for a service contract to set up an EU Blockchain Observatory.
The FEAT project brings together artists and Future & Emerging Technologies projects to push the boundaries of human knowledge. The exhibition will display the work of six leading international artists hosted within FET projects.
On 12 April 12 at 6pm CET, you can join a live twitter debate about sharing data, the main eHealth Week theme. Teresa Bau, Healthcare Reporter and Communications Consultant, and Denise Silber, eHealth and social media consultant, and the eHealth Week Social Media Ambassadors will moderate this 60 minutes tweet chat. The hashtag to be used is #eHealthChat.
The final report of the January 13th workshop on Internet of Things Privacy and Security is now available to download. It reflects the main workshop's findings on minimum IoT privacy and security principles to create a trusted IoT environment.
The moment when stroke patients return home after treatment has always been a source of concern for both themselves and their physicians, as the latter are left blind without any feedback. But this is now a thing of the past: a novel suit fitted with 41 sensors is finally ready for commercialisation.
This event is a great opportunity for High Performance Computing (HPC) novice and experienced users to meet with the main developers of four of the major and most popular codes for molecular modelling and simulations softwares.
Winners of the European film contest were announced today. The European Commission launched the contest at the beginning of this year to promote Europe's unique diversity of films, TV programmes and video games among young Europeans and the general public. Participants were asked to identify 25 films and other audiovisual works that received support from the Creative Europe MEDIA programme.