About this initiative

Summary

The initiative aims to strengthen electronics value chains to ensure EU technological sovereignty in global competition. It builds on technological trends, including the generation of added value from systems integration, distribution of artificial intelligence applications across the cloud, the network edge and end devices, as well as new computing paradigms.

Topic
Digital economy and society
Type of act
Proposal for a regulation
Expert group

Roadmap

Feedback: open
Type

Inception impact assessment
More about roadmaps.

Feedback period
30 July 2019 - 27 August 2019 (midnight Brussels time)

The Commission would like to hear your views.

Roadmaps are open for feedback for 4 weeks. Feedback will be taken into account for further development and fine tuning of the initiative. The Commission will summarise the input received in a synopsis report explaining how the input will be taken on board and, if applicable, why certain suggestions can't be taken up. Feedback received will be published on this site and therefore must adhere to the feedback rules.

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Feedback (4)

  • Jukka S. RANNILA (Finland)
    12 August 2019 EU citizen
    Jukka S. RANNILA (Finland)

    Hi all, I attached the PDF file of my opinion here. With kind regards, Jukka Rannila

  • Anonymous (Spain)
    9 August 2019 Academic/research institution
    Anonymous (Spain)

    We should learn from ECSEL and improve several aspects: • The double funding source, EC + Member States (MS), increases the collaboration complexity and administrative burden with additional national calls, double-reporting and country-specific requirements. • ECSEL projects can be strongly geographically unbalanced due to the differences in the budgets available in the participating MS. • ECSEL projects are often built as a network of...

  • Anonymous (Netherlands)
    1 August 2019 Consumer organisation
    Anonymous (Netherlands)

    Much of the success of the Joint Undertaking "Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership" (ECSEL) in the "Horizon 2020” program, was enabled by constructive synergy between suppliers of knowledge, materials, technologies, components, manufacturing tools/equipment, and means for pilot manufacturing. These suppliers jointly enabled families of new electronic components and systems that had a strong market-pull. Extension of the...

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Public consultation

Feedback: upcoming
Planned for
Second quarter 2019

Commission adoption

Feedback: upcoming
Type

Proposal for a regulation
More about adopted acts

Planned for
First quarter 2020

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