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Overview of current action of DG CONNECT on Artificial intelligence

Lecture by Anne Bajart, Head of Sector for Robotics Industrial Development and Impact, Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology

Digitising mechanical engineering: leveraging the potential of the cloud and data

The digitalisation of mechanical engineering presents immense benefits for European companies in terms of productivity and performance. To unlock the full potential of the cloud and data for SMEs, more action is needed to standardise data treatment and scale-up investments in digital infrastructure. 

Adoption of novel technologies across the automative value chain

Initially requiring a high level of manual labour, the automotive industry increasingly introduces robots into its production cycle and is currently boosting its integration of highly innovative smart technologies to further optimise its design and production process.

Big data: a complex and evolving regulatory framework

Given the rapid development of active technologies based on artificial intelligence and big data, wide array of regulatory challenges is coming and the existence of efficient and appropriate European standards and regulations becomes key to support the competitiveness of EU industries and enterprises.

The race for automotive data: Digital platforms versus automotive manufacturers

The European automotive industry experiences substantial business opportunities in the coming years, especially by means of Digital Platforms and Big Data. Yet, traditional Original Equipement Manufacturers are facing fierce competition from digital players which are also attracted by these opportunities

Uptake of digital solutions in the healthcare industry

Digital solutions hold promises to flip the traditional ways in which healthcare is managed and delivered, thereby streamlining processes, reducing costs, opening new business opportunities and improving the overall public health.

Autonomous cars: a big opportunity for European industry

From connected vehicles to self-driving vehicles, driverless vehicles are set to become the game changer of the coming years. Already today, vehicles are increasingly connected to the internet and equipped with electro-mechanical control systems.

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