The public consultation on the safety of applications for mobile devices ("apps") and other non-embedded software was launched in June 2016 as a result of the public consultation on the Green Paper on mHealth in 2014. The latter showed the need to have a special focus on safety aspects of mHealth apps.
What is the perception on the use of standards-driven tools in health? Is it economically advantageous to use these tools for fostering eHealth development in Europe? Answers can be found in an EU eStandards study report. It is open for your comments, to be discussed at the eStandards workshop on 5 April in Venice.
During this Webinar, the European projects STEP, EMPATIA and EUth will present their platforms and tools to youth workers, participation experts, software developers, etc. interested in Digital Participation.
This document provides recommendations on how to build and maintain an online community for maturity assessments of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs), which is assisted by ENISA’s tool. The presented community development approach seeks to guide developers and to empower individuals and groups of people with the set of skills they need to actively participate in the PETs assessments process.
Suffering from Diabetes is no fun, especially for children. They have to learn early in life how to measure their blood sugar, how to count carbohydrates and how to make healthy choices when it comes to food and sweets. Scientists from the European PAL project try to help them: with a special tablet app and with Charlie the robot.
The symposium will consist of presentations from leading European researchers on smart grid security, demonstrations of project solutions, keynote speakers, panel sessions and an early stage researcher poster session. The event is organised by the EU-funded project SPARKS, together with the SEGRID and HyRiM projects.
On 6 March 2017, Madrid’s startup community gathered with Andrus Ansip, European Commissioner for the Digital Single Market and Vice-President of the European Commission, for the presentation of the Madrid Startup House Foundation.
The European WOMEN-UP project has developed technology that allows women with incontinence to follow their treatment prescribed by physical therapists at home and in a correct way. The 21 women who already tried it rated it positively. They were more motivated to follow the programme.