A high-profile group of mayors and industry representatives, under the European Commission’s leadership, has started to work towards making Europe’s cities ‘smarter’.
The ‘Smart Guide’ is part of a framework of publications on the support of SME Policy from Structural Funds.
Systems to improve patient rehabilitation, methods that help detect diseases, and smart biomaterials for optimising treatments—scientific advances in the field of biomedical engineering are unstoppable.
How would you envisage the “governance” of “Internet of Things” (IoT)?
Deletions in the new Energy Efficiency Directive result in loss of €3.5 – 5 billion per year in new direct revenues for local businesses in Europe .
In the future cars will be shared, able to avoid traffic and, above all, driverless.
A cumulative total of 73 million cellular M2M communication nodes will be shipped for use in smart grid applications during the period from 2011 through 2020, Forecasts Pike Research.
European Commission consults on rules for wirelessly connected devices – the “Internet of Things”