A quick glimpse of the outcomes achieved during the first 4 Open Calls of the projects: a clear snapshot on how StandICT.eu is effectively making lives of ICT Standard Specialists easier
Understanding theory (of standards) provides the basis for further developing the practice (of standardization).
How Automatic identification and data capture techniques could be used in a connected environment.
The Science Foundation Ireland-funded Adapt Centre, led out of Trinity College Dublin (TCD), has launched a Horizon 2020 programme that will be instrumental in realising the goals of the European Digital Single Market through ICT standards research.
What ICT Challenges are being addressed in the ICT standardisation area?
Sophia Antipolis, 24 January 2019 – Press Release by ETSI.
The ETSI Industry Specification Group for cross-cutting Context Information Management (ISG CIM) has just released its main specification GS CIM 009 for NGSI-LD API, particularly targeting Smart City applications and government services (use cases available in GR CIM 002).
The European Commission released its Communication COM(2018) 237 ‘Artificial Intelligence for Europe’, seeting the foundations for an integrated European initiative on Artificial Intelligence, which is part of its “Delivering on the Digital Single Market – 3rd Data package”.
Cen Cenelec Work Programme 2019 provides an overview of the main standardization developments and strategic priority areas for 2019 across 14 business sectors and 3 horizontal topics of activity.
In response to numerous requests, the deadline to submit proposals for the StandICT.eu 4th Open Call has been extended to the 15th January 2019.
As a StandICT.eu registered user and an European expert in standardisation, do not miss out on this opportunity to receive funding to support your international activities.