EU40, MEP Eva Kaili (S&D) and MEP Franc Bogovič (EPP) are pleased to invite you to a roundtable discussion with the aim of exploring the opportunities, as well as the challenges that the implementation of 5G network in the EU may bring.
Implementation of the new EECC continues to be at the forefront of BEREC’s work. In 2020 BEREC will also tackle new topics such as digital platforms and security issues especially in relation to 5G networks. Today, at the last public debriefing in 2019, the BEREC Chair Jeremy Godfrey (ComReg, Ireland) together with the incoming Chair Dan Sjoblom (PTS, Sweden) presented the Work Programme for the next year.
On 11 December 2019, the EU-U.S. Ministerial Meeting on Justice and Home Affairs took place in Washington D.C. The United States of America was represented by Attorney General William Barr and Acting Secretary for Homeland Security Chad Wolf. The Ministerial – which is held twice a year — aims to oversee transatlantic cooperation in the area of Justice and Home affairs and address common security threats.
The German municipality of Ladenburg is rooted in history while looking at the future of digital and connectivity. The WiFi4EU team spoke with Mayor Stefan Schmutz to discuss the plans to channel the EUR 15,000 voucher towards innovative digital services that promote the cultural offerings of the city.
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, €400 million of public support to deploy very high-speed broadband networks in Spain. The scheme will benefit consumers and businesses in areas with insufficient connectivity in Spain.
The Aeroficial Intelligence system leverages Galileo positioning and EGNOS augmentation in data-driven solutions that increase operational efficiency and considerably reduce fuel consumption in the aviation industry. In this way, it addresses a pressing challenge in an industry that is set to see the world’s aircraft fleet more than double in the next 20 years.
A summary of the Committee’s exchange of view is now available.
Jointly organized by the World Bank’s Infrastructure Vice Presidency and the Toulouse School of Economics, the first annual Infra4Dev conference aims to explore the intersection between infrastructure, digitalization and regulation, and to survey the current policy debate on these issues within the frontier markets, with a view to reflecting upon the implications for the developing world.
Today the Council adopted conclusions on the significance of 5G to the European economy and the need to mitigate security risks linked to 5G.