Do you supply eHealth goods or services? EPP-eHealth, an EU-funded project working on transforming the eHealth market, would like to know your opinion about public procurement in the healthcare sector.
We are living through challenging times when the mission of the European project needs to be reinvented. If we want a prosperous digital Europe, we cannot wait with ambitious actions. The Digital Single Market is definitely one of the key European policy initiatives and can become an engine for prosperity. However, to achieve an ultimate vision of the interconnected and innovative Europe, we need to put a lot of effort into the digital transformation of our continent.
The first cut-off for the 2016-17 FET Open call resulted in the submission and evaluation of 554 proposals. Twenty-two proposals for Research and Innovation Actions and three proposals for Coordination and Support Actions have been selected and Grant Agreements have been signed. Projects started in January 2017.
Commissioner Oettinger received a Scaleup Manifesto from the European community of startups and scaleups at the Digital Assembly in Bratislava, the event that puts the Digital Single Market at the heart of Europe,
This networking session held on 26 September 2016 included a presentation made by Viorel Peca, Head of Unit at DG Connect and a general introduction to the call by Roumen Borissov. The session was chaired by Timo Hallantie, head of Unit FETOPEN. Proposers were given the opportunity to present their ideas after registering on the ICT Proposer's day website. Thirteen presentations were displayed, together with Q&As.
More than 750 European researchers, investors and policy makers will gather in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 28 and 29 September for the 2016 Digital Assembly (#DA16eu) to discuss the creation of a Digital Single Market in the EU.
In this Policy Brief, the author explains recent developments in the scientific advice structures that shape EU policy-making, and provides a list of recommendations on how to address their shortcomings.
The aim of this preparatory action is to develop and demonstrate a European-wide learning and assessment technology system and networks to facilitate the up- and re-skilling of European citizens at risk of exclusion, in particular migrants, whilst empowering citizens to take more responsibilities for their own learning. The solution should deliver employability skills for the particular target group, by matching the interests and the current knowledge of these with the most demanded labour market skills and suggest possible learning roadmaps.
The aim of this pilot project is to identify existing digital learning solutions that can support teachers in the classroom and parents at home with pupils having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and/or concentration problems, and to provide good practice examples where technology has been successfully used in daily classroom activities to help pupils with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and concentration problems.