A summary of the exchange of views is now available.
With the title “From Bricks to Bytes”, at this year’s CECE Summit, will be looking at the fundamental contribution of innovation to a sustainable construction industry. Taking into account all pillars of sustainability, a panel of relevant speakers, professionally moderated by Katrina Sichel, will paint the picture of a forward-looking industry working together to deliver for society. In the members-only part of the programme, the Technical Forum will deep-dive into the current regulatory challenges and the future revision of the Machinery Directive, whereas the Economic Forum will look at the investment and business perspectives in North America.
Type D members, Type E members and Standardisation and Notified bodies (Type C members officially recognized by the European Union in their role as regards the Directive), shall be appointed by the Director General of DG GROW by direct invitation. Other type C members are currently being selected via the continuously open call for applications n°228. Once the selection procedure is completed, members will be published in the Register.
This article provides an overview of statistical data on SDG 9 ‘Industry, innovation and infrastructure’ in the European Union (EU). It is based on the set of EU SDG indicators for monitoring of progress towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in an EU context.
The EU is placing tighter controls on substances which can be used to produce home-made explosives. The Council today adopted a regulation imposing stricter rules regarding the marketing and use of explosive precursors throughout the EU, with a view to limiting their availability to the general public and ensuring the appropriate reporting of suspicious transactions throughout the supply chain.
For the new edition of Technology at Heart, Orgalim visits Germany and zooms in on the mechanical engineering industry. Traditionally a powerhouse of innovation in the B2B sphere, the sector has in recent years been a key driving force in the digital transformation of industry more broadly. Now, German mechanical engineering companies are taking Industry 4.0 to the next level, leveraging digital and data to not only revolutionise their own processes but to reinvent how entire sectors operate.
Orgalim’s economists compile and analyse the latest data and forecasts for Europe’s technology industries twice a year, looking at economic trends across the branches mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronics and ICT, and metal technology. Their latest report shows steady growth in turnover and employment across the tech industries in 2018, while warning of the risks posed by creeping protectionism and a shortage of skilled workers.