The list of eligible entities for the third call of the WiFi4EU initiative is now available.
The EU supports the widespread uptake of digital technologies in manufacturing business operations. Since 2013, the Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs (I4MS) initiative has helped SMEs and mid-caps to improve their products, business processes, and business models via digital technologies. Launching the 4th phase of this initiative, Digital Innovation Hubs are called for that strengthen European SMEs and mid-caps by experimenting and testing Artificial Intelligence techniques in manufacturing. Experiments should aggregate and analyse data from multiple sources.
The Commission is investing in research and innovation actions that will build on the current state-of-the-art to:
- Integrate AI technologies in the manufacturing domain
- Develop innovative concepts and tools of AI application in manufacturing
- Build on the AI4EU platform, where relevant
- Promote the effective collaboration between humans and AI
- Ensure the application of Trustworthy AI
- Demonstrate technologies and solutions in different manufacturing cases
Capital of the French special collectivité New Caledonia, the municipality of Nouméa is set on a peninsula of bays and hills in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. To learn more about how the municipality is channelling the WiFi4EU voucher towards inclusive connectivity and improved tourism services in the area, the WiFi4EU team spoke with Othman Joumady, Nouméa’s contact point for digital policies.
MADANA is developing ways to help businesses use their customers’ data, without compromising on security or privacy. Christian Junger, co-founder and CEO, explains the story behind MADANA and what its goals are.
Six European healthcare procurers from Barcelona(ES), Sheffield(UK), Aachen(DE), Trento(IT) and Wuppertal(DE) challenge industry to develop smart ICT solutions able to detect the presence of resistant microorganisms, give real-time feedback to the user and share the information with the healthcare provider electronic record systems linking the infection with the place of the detection.
Deadline for submission of offers is 28 October 2019.
Today marks the launch of a pilot project, OPENQKD, that will install a test quantum communication infrastructure in several European countries. It will boost the security of critical applications in the fields of telecommunications, health care, electricity supply and government services.
This brochure gives an overview on all aspects of the connectivity in the EU. It shows what connectivity we have now and the prospects for the future. It gives statistics on the broadband coverage, a short overview on telecom markets, presents some outstanding broadband programmes and projects, describes the future telecom rules and steps towards 5G.