The EGG in Brussels plays host to Net Futures 2015.
Net Futures 15 is well underway, as people from across Europe gather for one of the most popular technology events.
Net Futures wishes to maximize competitiveness of the European technology industry. The conference will gather over 700 attendees, to form an interconnected community involving companies, organizations and people in
- Research & Innovation
- Market Validation & Living Lab Research
- Business Development, Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Strategy
- Policy Making
TILT is pleased to announce that the preliminary programme of TILTing perspectives 2015 is now available.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Under observation: Synergies, benefits and trade offs of eHealth and surveillance”.
Under Observation brings together scholars from the US and Europe who represent a number of academic disciplines, including privacy and surveillance studies, law, economics, medical informatics, public health, ethics and sociology. Join us at TILTing Perspectives 2015! Read more
SpeedUP! Europe FIWARE accelerator HUB to cooperate with DTS Systems Germany.
Hamburg, Germany, 19.03.2015
The CeBIT 2015 event, saw both companies sign an agreement to operate a FIWARE node from 1st June 2015, with test-running to begin over the next few days.
This makes this node the first commercial one of its type designed for use in the productive environment of the European Initiative Future Internet Public Private Partnership, which has been setting new benchmarks since 2011 with the OpenSource software-component framework “FIWARE” – fiware.org. Read more
Thirty-One municipalities from Finland, Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Italy, Spain and Brazil launch the ‘Open & Agile Smart Cities’ initiative, targeted to accelerate the adoption of common standards and principles that will transform cities into engines of growth and innovation. Hannover, 16.03.2015. CeBIT is the place where one of the most important announcements about development of Smart Cities is to be made. The Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) initiative, signed by 31 cities from Finland, Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Italy, Spain and Brazil, aims to kickstart the use of FIWARE standards to foster the development of Smart City applications and solutions. The commitment marks a milestone in the development of Smart Cities, boosting the transformation of cities into engines of growth and well-being through innovation. “The digital evolution of cities is a multifaceted process with a clear focus on the citizen”, says Mario Campolargo, Director of the European Commission Net Futures’ Department. “We need to be prepared to take a holistic approach towards Smart Cities, involving IT technologies but also sociologists and architects for all-encompassing solutions”. Read more
GET, FI-STAR and Health 2.0 Europe invite healthcare organisations and digital health entrepreneurs to a hands-on workshop on solving major health challenges with digital technology.
The objective of the workshop is to connect healthcare providers and software developers to find solutions to unmet healthcare needs using digital technologies (information systems, apps, wearable technology etc). Read more