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The purpose of this call for tenders is to carry out a study to map parameters, formats, standards, benchmarks, methodologies and guidelines, relating to 3D digitisation of tangible cultural heritage, to the different potential purposes or uses, i.e. preservation, reconstruction, reproduction, research, and general-purpose visualisation, by type of tangible cultural heritage, i.e. immovable or movable, and by degree of complexity of tangible cultural heritage, e.g. low, medium, high, and very high (reference VIGIE-2020-654).
- European Commission (DG CONNECT), Avenue de Beaulieu 25, 1160, Auderghem
In times when cities are looking to digital solutions to tackle a growing range of interconnected challenges, a number of organisations representing European cities have recently taken the initiative to find a common ‘European way’ for the digital transformation of sustainable cities and communities by ensuring data and technological sovereignty in the European Union. The European Commission and the Committee of the Regions support the initiative.
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has been tasked by the European Commission to prepare a cybersecurity certification candidate scheme for cloud services, taking into account existing and relevant schemes and standards. The EU Cybersecurity Act adopted in June 2019 provides the framework to develop a European-wide cybersecurity certification scheme for ICT services, products and processes.
ETSI SmartM2M Technical Committee has just released three new specifications for smart cities, industry and manufacturing, and smart agriculture and food chain domains. This follows the first version of the SAREF (Smart Appliances REFerence ontology) standard from 2015; the subsequent second modular version (Smart Applications REFerence ontology) and first three extensions for energy, buildings and environment in 2018.
The European Commission is launching a call for tenders to carry out an Impact Assessment study on the list of high-value datasets to be made available by the Member States under the Open Data Directive (reference: SMART 2019/0025)
- Residence Palace, Polak Conference Room, Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Bruxelles
The 2019 version of the Rolling Plan for ICT standardisation was released by the European Commission on 20 March 2019. It identifies ICT standardisation activities in support of EU policies.