The Galicia and Aragon public health care authority (ES), the Central Denmark region (DK) and the Service Numerique de Santé (FR) invite potentially interested bidders to participate in the open market consultation for their upcoming Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) on new ICT solutions that can empower patients with chronic diseases as decision makers in the treatment of their illness. The open market consultation meetings take place in Copenhagen (9 November), Paris (23 November) and Santiago de Compostela (15 November) and Zaragoza (18 November).
Drafting new legislation is a complex and time-consuming process, involving many actors. This process, with increasing pan-European dimensions, can be made easier with LEOS, a free tool that facilitates the editing/reviewing process and generates legislation in a format supporting interoperability between European Institutions. LEOS enables users to create and draft legislative acts via a web user interface, where the document content is stored in an XML format.
The European Commission has launched a call for tenders for a service contract to organise "Europe's digital agenda meets Silicon Valley" with a total price that cannot exceed 150 000 Euros (SMART-2016/1008)
The 2016 Global Forum/ Shaping the Future convenes key policy makers, decision makers and public/private leaders from around the world to debate leading-edge topics that are critical to our businesses and communities. The 25th anniversary edition of the Global Forum will be held in the Brainport technology region, with Eindhoven at its heart.
The 64th San Sebastian Festival will also celebrate its second edition of “Audiences in motion”. The event will continue to study the central position held by the audience in the production, distribution and exhibition of audiovisual content in the digital era. Connecting to the new generations of users, the so-called millennials and digital natives, represents an enormous opportunity for the industry.
The EU research website CORDIS has published a new results pack focusing on eight EU-funded projects that have developed new technologies and solutions to address the pressing challenges of caring for and assisting European citizens in a rapidly ageing society.
The EU-funded project Harvest4D will have a significant impact, not only scientifically, but also practically, as it solves many fundamental problems related to the capture, reconstruction, and visualization of 3D data to create 4D models.