Principales Plataformas Europeas en Tics
The main focus of NESSI is that of Software and Services. There are many definitions of service used in different contexts. However, all of them are based on the same principle: a service consumer does not own the service and therefore does not need to be concerned with all the aspects generally associated with ownership such as infrastructure, technology, integration and maintenance. Instead he/she only needs to choose a service, which meets his/her business needs.
Answare (CONECTA 2020 Project Coordinator) is member of the Steering
Committee of this ETP.
The main objective of the Networked and Electronic Media (NEM) European Technology Platform is to foster the development and introduction of novel audiovisual and multimedia broadband services and applications to benefit European citizens and enterprises.
Queen Mary, University of London is an active member of NEM ETP.
Net!Works defines and implements a comprehensive research agenda in the mobile and wireless sector to be conducted in Europe, on the basis of a strong co-ordination of the national research efforts as well as the collaboration of key research programmes from other regions in the world.
Portugal Telecom is an active member of Net!Works ETP.
ISI is the European Technology Platform on Satellite Communications, whose membership embraces all relevant and interested private and public stakeholders from SatCom and the Space sector. Currently ISI involves more than 170 member organizations and 29 Countries.
ETP4HPC will define research priorities for the development of a globally competitive High Performance Computing technology ecosystem in Europe. It will propose and help to implement a Strategic Research Agenda, while acting as the “onevoice” of the European HPC industry in relations with the European Commission and national authorities. The creation of this ETP fits perfectly with a European
Commission’s recommendation made in its recent communication1 about HPC.
P21 was initiated to establish Europe as a leader in the development and deployment of Photonics in five industrial areas (Information and Communication, Lighting and Displays, Manufacturing, Life Science and Security).
ENIAC, the European Technology Platform for Nanoelectronics, was launched in
2004 with the overall aim to guarantee Europe the earliest possible access to leadingedge integrated components and design skills for application in high-technology products and services, thereby reinforcing Europe's existing industrial strengths and ensuring that core intellectual property is generated and benefited from in the region.
Smart systems integration addresses the trend toward miniaturized multifunctional
devices and specialized connected and interacting solutions. Multidisciplinary approaches featuring simple devices for complex solutions and making use of shared and, increasingly, self-organizing resources are among the most ambitious challenges.
The ARTEMIS Technology Platform brings together actors from the industry, small and medium-sized enterprises, universities, research centres and European public authorities in the field of Embedded Systems. ARTEMIS helps to create the necessary critical mass and co-ordinate research efforts and initiatives across Europe in order to establish and implement a coherent and integrated European research and development strategy for Embedded Systems.
EUROP is an industry-driven framework for the main stakeholders in robotics to strengthen Europe’s competitiveness in robotics R&D, as well as global markets, and to improve quality of life.
Note: ENIAC, EPoSS and ARTEMIS have merged into the new ETP EXCEL.
The following Energy-based ETPs are considered for the project:
The European Technology Platform for Wind Energy (TPWind) is the indispensable forum for the crystallisation of policy and technology research and development pathways for the wind energy sector, as well as an opportunity for informal collaboration among Member States including those less developed in terms of wind energy.
The European Photovoltaic Technology Platform is an independent and objective body which aims to be the recognised point of reference for key decision and policy makers. The Platform’s mission is to develop a strategy and corresponding implementation plan for education, research & technology development, innovation and market deployment of photovoltaic solar energy, to realise its vision.
The European Technology Platform for Electricity Networks of the Future, also called
SmartGrids ETP, is the key European forum for the crystallisation of policy and technology research and development pathways for the smart grids sector, as well as the linking glue between EU-level related initiatives.
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