12,649 Digital Agenda for Europe, Newsletter, 30 October 2015

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Digital Agenda for Europe

Newsletter – 30 October 2015

Have your say on digital public services

The European Commission wants to gather views from citizens, businesses, public administrative bodies at all levels (international, EU-wide, national, regional and/or local) on the forthcoming 2016-2020 eGovernment Action Plan, one of the key measures needed to complete the Digital Single Market.Read more…

DIGIBYTES — 30 October 2015European Commission signs agreement to take Human Brain Project into next phaseThe Commission today signed a partnership agreement with the Human Brain Project, a key EU research project aiming to better understand how the human brain works.Read more…

Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Telecom: EUR 38.7 million to improve European digital servicesToday the European Union launched a call for proposals making EUR 38.7 million of EU funding available under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) through grants to improve the interoperability and interconnectivity of the European digital service ecosystem. Interested applicants from all EU Member States plus Iceland and Norway may submit their proposals through the call open in the areas of eDelivery, eInvoicing, Public Open Data, Safer Internet for children and Europeana.Read more…

Call to accelerate Quantum Technologies across EuropeCommissioner for the Digital Economy and Society, Gunther H. Oettinger, and Minister of Economic Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Henk Kamp, today visited QuTech, a world-class institute building devices for Quantum Computers and Quantum Internet in Delft. The Commissioner and the Minister stated that action is needed to ensure Europe remains a world leader in Quantum Technology.Read more…

DIGIBYTES — 27 October 2015New rules on roaming charges and open InternetToday the European Parliament sealed the new rules on ending roaming charges in June 2017 and the first EU-wide net neutrality rules.Read more…

Latest news
NEWS ARTICLE — 26 October 2015
AIOTI publishes recommendations on the future of the Internet of Things for innovation and deployment
The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) published twelve reports containing the “Recommendations for future collaborative work in the context of the Internet of Things Focus Area in Horizon 2020” covering the main focus areas of the Internet of Things (IoT) Work Program 2016-2017.
Read more…

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