Amendments 1-69 are now available.
Adopted during meeting 43 on 26 September 2017.
Vice-President for Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič, Commissioner for Budget & Human Resources Günther Oettinger, Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc and Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel are today in Frankfurt where they will attend the opening of the International Motor Show (IAA) led by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Vice-President Šefčovič will deliver a speech on “European Mobility – Accelerating into the future”. Later today, Commissioners Bulc and Gabriel will take part in the Second High-Level Dialogue on Automated and Connected Driving. This is a follow-up to the “Amsterdam Declaration” of April 2016 where the Commission and EU transport ministers agreed to intensify cooperation for the development of self-driving technology. On Friday, 15 September, Commissioners Oettinger and Gabriel will take part in the sixth edition of the Round Table on Connected and Automated Driving, a platform which includes Member States and the representatives of the European industry. As President Juncker pointed out in the State of the Union, it is essential to invest in the cars of the future to keep Europe at the forefront of innovation and digitisation. To this end, President Juncker announced a new industrial policy strategy. (For more information: Enrico Brivio – Tel.: +32 229 56172; Alexis Perier – Tel.: +32 229 6 91 43; Inga Höglund – Tel.: +32 229 50698; Julia Bräuer – Tel.: +32 229 80707)
Source: European Commission
Roundup of all the initiatives, press releases and other documents related to digital policy announced in President Juncker’s State of the Union speech.
A summary of the committee’s exchange of views with Commission representatives is now available.