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17 Jan 2022


The textbook (2nd Edition) covers topics as Standardization basics, the standards ecosystem, the production of standards, Standardization and innovation, Standardization and strategy, Standardization and intellectual property rights (IPR) and the economic benefits of standards

28 Dec 2021

Landscape of Smart Cities Standards (EUOS TWG Report)

This document is part of a growing series designed to (a) create a dynamic overview of documents and activities relevant to standardisation, (b) identify gaps in the standardisation where additional activity would greatly aid deployment of technologies and interoperability within the EU and globally.This document considers the standardisation landscape for the technology areas applicable to Smart Cities. 

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26 Nov 2021

Scenarios towards co-creation of transition pathway for tourism for a more resilient, innovative and sustainable ecosystem (EUROPEAN COMMISSION)

The objective of the current document is to launch discussions with stakeholders across the tourism ecosystem, which would result in matching commitments and concrete pledges. This consultation process invites the stakeholders to contribute to a bottom-up assessment of scale, cost, long-term benefits and conditions of the required actions to accompany the twin transition of the ecosystem.

26 Nov 2021

Scenarios for a transition pathway - For a resilient, innovative, sustainable and digital energy-intensive industries ecosystem (EUROPEAN COMMISSION)

This Staff Working Document serves as a starting point for the consultation and cocreation process with stakeholders. It builds on the ecosystem fiche included in the 2021 Annual Single Market Report and is part of the engagement with stakeholders on the sectoral roadmaps towards climate neutrality set out in the Climate Law, as well as on the objectives set out in the European Green Deal and its main strategies for a more sustainable EU economy and society.

2 Nov 2021

AI Watch Beyond pilots - JRC Technical Report

This document first introduces the concept of AI appropriation in government, seen as a sequence of two logically distinct phases, respectively named adoption and implementation of related technologies in public services and processes.

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