Project Policy Papers
- PICASSO Policy Paper 2: ICT Security issues affecting EU/US ICT development collaboration (May 2017)
This policy paper focuses on cybersecurity policy considerations in the EU and the US that particularly affect and are affected by ICT Research and Innovation (R&I) collaboration related to 5G Networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things/Cyber Physical Systems.
- PICASSO Policy Paper 1: Privacy and Data Protection (November 2016)
This policy paper focuses on privacy and data protection policy considerations in the EU and the US that affect and are affected by in particular ICT development collaboration related to 5G Networks, Big Data, and Internet of Things/Cyber Physical Systems.
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Public Project Reports
- Opportunity Report “Towards Enhanced EU‐US ICT Pre‐competitive Collaboration” (March 2017)
This report describes the major results that were obtained by the PICASSO Expert Groups in the first half of the PICASSO project on the technology sectors Internet of Things IoT) / Cyber-physical Systems (CPS), Big Data, and 5G, and on ICT policy relating to these technology sectors.
- Analysis of Industrial Drivers and Societal Needs: towards new avenues in EU-US ICT collaboration (November 2016)
This public report provides an analysis of EU-US industrial drivers and societal needs/barriers, and highlights initial proposals for collaboration opportunities which will be discussed, refined and prioritised by the Expert Groups in the next stages of PICASSO.
- Overview on ICT-related access opportunities in EU and US (June 2016)
This document represents the current state of play of the EU-US collaboration opportunities in ICT. Updated information on opportunities will be displayed on the PICASSO website.
- Panorama of ICT landscape in EU and US: ICT, policies, regulations, programmes and networks in the EU and US (May 2016 – revised)
This report provides a “Panorama of ICT landscape in EU and US: ICT, Policies, regulations, programmes and networks in the EU and US”. Additionally, key activities in the rest of the world are also presented in order to put the work being performed within the EU and US in context. The intention of this document is to set the scene for the PICASSO project which has the intention to reinforce EU-US ICT collaboration in pre-competitive research and innovation related to key societal challenges: smart cities, smart energy and smart transportation, and in key enabling technologies: 5G Networks, Big Data, Internet of Things and Cyber-physical Systems.
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