Event - Europe's Information Society
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The mHealth Grand Tour, under patronage of Commissioner Neelie Kroes (Digital Agenda for Europe), is a cycle ride with a difference. Going from Brussels to Barcelona in just 13 days, it is 2,100km long with more than 22,000 meters of climbs. However, it isn't just a bike ride - it is also the opportunity to help demonstrate innovative solutions to the challenges of managing diabetes.
In the context of the implementation of the DAE, we have set up a large scale gathering exercise of inspiring high-impact initiatives that help achieving the goals of the DAE.
The European Commission is organising a conference on e-procurement and e-invoicing, two key tools contributing to the rationalisation of public expenditure and modernisation of public services. High level European policy-makers, academics, business representatives, contracting authorities and companies already using e-procurement and e-invoicing will discuss the impact of e-procurement and e-invoicing on making public administration more efficient, and how to best manage the transition in order to avoid any new barriers and exploit the full potential of process digitalisation.
Interested in EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations?
Join DG CONNECT's stakeholder meeting and share your views on the transatlantic relations in the ICT on 12 June 2013.
Interested parties, such as representatives of network operators, service providers, users, consumers, manufacturers, trade unions, third countries and international organisations, are invited to a short debriefing session following the Communications Committee (COCOM) meeting on Monday 3 June 2013. The session is estimated to start at 18:00 in the Charlemagne building. The debriefing is intended to give a general overview of the discussions in the Committee. In order to attend the debriefing, the interested parties are requested to register with the secretariat of the Committee at the latest by Monday 27 May 2013, using the enclosed registration form.
Going local Italia 2013 - Roma, 3 giugno e Milano, 4 giugno
Prof. Karlheinz Meier (R.Karl University of Heidelberg(DE))will talk about the EU "Human Brain Project" - Scientific Foundations and Plans. The Human Brain Project is one of the selected FET Flagships project funded by the EU.
Don’t miss the main AAL event of the year, the AAL Forum in Norrköping, Sweden, from September 24th to 26th! Meet around 1000 participants from all over Europe, hear and discuss the latest news from the ambient assisted living field, learn more and network with decision makers, scientists, entrepreneurs, care providers, end users and more.
This event offers an opportunity to explore and discuss how Public Administrations can use semantic technologies to make information exchange more efficient and effective, allowing them to operate at lower costs and provide better services. The conference programme addresses topics such as: Basic data for public services; Open Standards for eGovernment; Data interoperability in the Cloud and on the World-Wide Web; Open Government Data and interoperability; Putting interoperability solutions in a regional or local context. It is organised by the ISA Programme of the European Commission. Attendance is free of charge but registration is required and places are limited.
This conference will bring together Chief Information Officers and ICT managers from local government as well as business leaders. The goal of the event is to find answers to today’s challenges regarding ICT in cities. Participants will showcase key implementations and ideas, share experiences, facilitate debate and exchange views through presentations, roundtables, one-to-one discussions and workshops.
This event is organised as a cross-dissemination event of ongoing projects. It foremost addresses European companies interested in research in the domain of ICT for manufacturing under the aegis of the FP7 Public Private Partnership "Factories of the Future". One of the main objectives is to discuss emerging and novel “out-of-the-box” concepts and ideas for research, development and innovation. Innovation outcomes will be reviewed and future research agendas will be discussed.
This conference will explore the emerging technologies and trends that are changing the way policy is made. Policy-making 2.0 refers to a blend of emerging and fast developing technologies that enable better, more timely and more participated decision-making in government. The aim of the conference is to cross-fertilize projects to support community building and to learn from each other. Over these two days many topics will be discussed including: open and big data, visual analytics, modelling and simulation, collaborative governance and crowdsourcing, serious gaming, and opinion mining. There will also be a chance to submit an application for the Policy 2.0 prize. It’s goal is to raise awareness and consolidate the community about a new set of tools to support policy making, such as open and big data, visualization, opinion mining, collaborative governance, modeling and simulation, serious gaming. The event is free and open to anyone with an interest in 21st century policy making.
Participate in this Intelligent Transport System key event and learn about the latest development in terms of innovation, solutions and deployment. 'All regions face similar challenges in delivering sustainable transport solutions to meet their current and future mobility requirements. Transport authorities are aware of the real needs specific to their region but often find it difficult to identify detailed information on targeted ITS solutions that would deliver direct and tangible positive outcomes. The primary focus of Dublin 2013 Congress will be on proven deployed solutions and innovative R&D that solve real problems and deliver value for money in today’s challenging economic environment.'
The main topic of this year (digital innovation) will allow to touch upon information, communication, policy, organization, security and legal issues in areas like open governmental data, policy modelling, collaborative governance, opinion mining and visualization, collective awareness, digital enterprise and entrepreneurship, interoperability.
As the date for this year's event draws closer, the world's leaders in health IT are committed to attending eHealth Week. It's not surprising, as this year's conference offers one of the best eHealth learning programmes on the planet.
This W3C Workshop will explore approaches for using Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and its supporting resources in different policy settings and contexts. The Workshop is open to policy-makers, users, developers, accessibility experts, researchers, and others interested in adopting, referencing, and applying WCAG 2.0.
The workshop will be conducted by Valdani Vivari & Associati (VVA) Consulting, which is carrying out the study "Assessment of socio-economic aspects of spectrum harmonization regarding wireless microphones and cordless video-cameras (PMSE equipment)" on behalf of the European Commission. The study covers audio and video Programme Making and Special Event (PMSE) equipment and aims to provide an informed view on options for harmonization of spectrum available for the benefit of wireless microphones and cordless video-cameras.
The 2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) will be held in Karlsruhe on May 6-10. The conference theme is “Anthropomatics – Technologies for Humans”, highlighting the paramount role of Robotics and Automation in improving human quality of life.