The Open Innovation 2.0 was designed to be discussive with short speeches and a lot of conversations between speakers and participants. The process included also a world café session which resulted in further developing ideas.
The European Commission has opened its draft of the Sharing and Reuse Framework for public comments. The document includes ten recommendations to help overcome the key challenges public administrations face when sharing and reusing ICT solutions. For each recommendation, the Framework also offers a practical tool free of charge, e.g. the EC’s machine translation service, the Joinup repository or the European Union’s public software licence.
The purpose of this study, undertaken by Tech4i2 and Real Wireless for the European Commission, was to enable a better understanding of the use of harmonised licence-exempt frequency bands by different categories of radio equipment regulated under EU law in the range of 400 MHz – 6 GHz (SMART 2014/0012).
The Innovation Luminary Awards Gala Dinner is part of the annual Open Innovation 2.0 Conference which in 2016 was co-organised by the European Commission DG CONNECT's Open Innovation Group (OISPG) together with Intel Labs Europe, Committee of the Regions, CGI, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, City of Amsterdam, and kindly supported by Dublin City Council.