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PICASSO Webinars on EU-US collaboration opportunities on Digital Communities, 5G, Big Data and IoT/CPS in Horizon 2020

Two weeks of interactive webinars, to explore current and future perspectives on EU-US collaboration opportunities in the ICT sector! PICASSO is a project funded under the EU Horizon 2020 programme with the aim of reinforcing EU-US ICT collaboration in pre-competitive research in key enabling technologies related to societal challenges – 5G Networks, Big Data, Internet [...]

PICASSO Policy Paper 4 on “Spectrum issues affecting EU/US ICT development collaboration” published

The PICASSO project has published the fourth in its series of policy briefs, which is concerned with spectrum policy. These briefs consider the relations between policy and EU-US research and innovation collaboration especially in the domains of 5G, IoT/CPS and Big Data. The relations are two-way; existing policy issues in the EU, in the US [...]

BILAT USA 4.0 has published its 5th Newsletter

The H2020 EU funded project BILAT USA 4.0 has published its 5th newsletter. Check it out here: BILAT USA 4.0 - Newsletter no. 5

EXCITING Webinar: Challenges and opportunities for policy and technical EU-China cooperation on 5G

The project EXCITING (EU-China Study on IoT and 5G), will be holding its participatory webinar "Challenges and opportunities for policy and technical EU-China cooperation on 5G." on April 25, 2018 (10h30 CEST). One of the project's Advisory Board members will present relevant information about the status of EU-China policy and technical cooperation, while also taking into [...]

StandICT.eu – Supporting European Experts Contribution To International ICT Standardisation Activities

Are you an expert working on ICT Standards? StandICT.eu is a new initiative funded by the European Commission focused on supporting the participation and contribution of EU Specialists to SDO and SSO activities covering the 5 essential building blocks of the digital Single Market: 5G Cloud Computing Cybersecurity Big Data IoT StandICT.eu, “Supporting European Experts [...]

EU support for “going global” on ICT standards development

The Service for Foreign Policy Instrument (FPI) of the European Commission, working with DG CONNECT and the European External Action Service (EEAS), has launched an action on International Digital Cooperation with a view to strengthen the European Union's position as a world leader in the digital economy. With this, the EU will promote a secure, [...]

U.S Department of Commerce released its new strategy for 2018 – 2022

The U.S. Department of Commerce has published its Strategic Plan (2018 - 2022), setting out the priorities established for this period with the aim to help American economy grow. An analysis of the contents of this plan and comparison to the previous one has been published in an SSTI news.

US Federal Communications Commission released online interactive map of broadband access

US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently released an online interactive map of fixed broadband deployment across the country. By choosing a specific location/block in the map, a list of available local broadband providers will be shown, using technologies ranging from ADSL, cable, fibre, fixed wireless, satellite to other. The speed for downlink/uplink broadband access [...]

PICASSO Newsletter – Issue N° 3

The PICASSO project has now published its 3rd Newsletter! Check out the content via the ‘Newsletters’ webpage and subscribe to the PICASSO Project News mailing list , if not yet done, to make sure you receive all important news and upcoming newsletters.

European Commission publishes and article on new 5G standard

The European Commission has published an article " New 5G standard gives 10 times faster mobile broadband access rate thanks to EU 5G research" in the Digital Single Market News Section, announcing that a new 5G standard called New Radio (NR) will provide the needed capacity to make data traffic jams a thing of the [...]