Open Source has become mainstream across all sectors of the software industry during the past 10 years. To a large extent, open software re-use has proven economically efficient. The level of maturity of Open Source Hardware (OSH) remains far lower than that of Open Source Software (OSS). However, business ecosystems for OSH are developing fast so that OSH could constitute a cornerstone of the future Internet of Things (IoT) and the future of computing.
Registration is open for this year's event (13/11/2019 - 15/11/2019), focusing on Artificial Intelligence and Digital Innovation Hubs for European industry beyond 2020. The event is co-organised by the European Commission and the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism.
Convergence is the first truly global blockchain conference (11/11/2019 - 13/11/2019), bringing together the worldwide blockchain community for an intense dialog with regulators, policy makers, industry influencers and members of the social impact community.
Attendees will enjoy a number of unique opportunities not available at any other blockchain gathering.
Embedded Conference Scandinavia (ECS) was initiated in 2006 by the Swedish Electronics Trade Association, Svensk Elektronik, and now it cements its position as Europe's largest conference with an adjoining exhibition with nearly 2,000 visits in 2018.
This two day EC workshop (22/10/2019 - 23/10/2019), covering smart systems across Key Digital Technologies, with an emphasis on bio-electronics, bio-photonics and flexible and wearable electronics, will raise their importance and role in addressing European competitiveness and major societal challenges and link the area with current technology and policy trends.
The participants of the workshop "Next Generation Internet of Things" (16/10/2019, 09:00 - 17:00) organized by the European Commission will discuss research and innovation actions as well as possible policy measures to be taken at EU level. The workshop addresses researchers, industry, application developers and start-ups.
This conference (15/10/2019 - 16/10/2019) will focus on the tasks at hand and future challenges for policy-makers and the industry, with detailed discussion on implementation of the Electronic Communications Code, deployment of high capacity fixed broadband and 5G as well as future developments in Internet of Things, connected mobility and smart cities.
The European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF) is the main event of the European Big Data and Data-Driven Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research and Innovation community.
In its first edition in 2017 the EBDVF was held in Versailles, France, and it was co-organised by the BDVA, the European Commission and INRIA, a local organizing BDVA member company. 900 participants and 40+ sponsors join the events focused on “Trusted AI on Smart Industry”.