Last year’s reform of the EU’s Schengen Information System legislation has strengthened the role of facial, finger mark and DNA recognition technologies while also introducing stronger data protection rules.
As the number of Galileo-enabled smartphones in use rapidly approaches 1 billion, now is a good time to take a look at the other devices and applications where Galileo is adding accuracy – in the air, on the farm and in the world all around us. Over the past two years, theUseGalileo.eu portal has tracked Galileo’s market development – and the figures from the site are very encouraging!
Original title: Plateformes en ligne : entrée en vigueur de nouvelles règles européennes pour des échanges justes, équitables et transparents
The total budget of the work plan for 2019 will be €190 million (50% provided by the EU, and 50% by the participating countries). This sum will fund the calls now launched by EuroHPC, which will support research and innovation activities by European research stakeholders in the following areas:
- Extreme scale computing and data driven technologies – deadline 14 January 2020;
- HPC and data-centric environments and application platforms – deadline 14 January 2020;
- Industrial software codes for extreme scale computing environments and applications – deadline 14 January 2020;
- HPC Competence Centres – deadline 14 November 2019;
- Stimulating the innovation potential of SMEs – 14 November 2019.
A summary of the exchange of views, with a focus on digital, food & drink and finance policies, is now available.
A summary of the exchange of views, with a focus on digital, transport and finance policy, is now available.
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Summer holidays are a chance to relax, but they can be a source of high stress themselves if you are not safe online. To help with this, the European Data Protection Supervisor has created a simple guide of 11 tips to help you stay secure while using your computer, smartphone and tablet – and in a sunny mood!
‘Investing in European networks. The Connecting Europe Facility – Five years in supporting European infrastructure’ presents the key features of the programme, its achievements over the past 5 years and gives a brief outlook on the challenges up to 2020.
External study assessing technological and other market developments which could impact competition in wholesale and/or retail roaming markets over the medium term. The results will be one of the various inputs taken into consideration by the Commission in preparation of the review of the maximum wholesale roaming charges.
This study was carried out by WIK-Consult GmbH.