The goal of
this EU project is to develop, launch and operate a pan-European Open Data
Portal. It will cover data from 39 European countries and it will improve the
discoverability and the ability to re-use this data.
Europe supports public sector cloud use as collaboration between public
authorities and industry. The project identifies obstacles, finds innovative
solutions and builds trust in European cloud computing.
To open up the image archives of the Berlin Ethnological Museum to the public, the museum and Fraunhofer FOKUS developed the Tag.Check.Score. crowdsourcing app in the context of the Code for Europe initiative.
The aim of
Policy Compass is to develop a prototype of an easy-to-use tool, enabling
citizens and public officials to easily create, apply and discuss causal models
and charts of data from trusted open data sources.
The current Internet protocol version 4 (IPv4) is the most important technical foundation of the Internet. IPv4 uses 32 bit addresses and is therefore limited to four billion unique IP addresses.
The aim of
EAGLE is to provide training solutions for employees in local government
administrations in rural communities.
Since the formation of the SC 38 Working Group WG 3 on Cloud Computing in 2009, an ongoing successful collaboration of Microsoft and Fraunhofer FOKUS has produced a number of contributions to this working group.
Reducing carbon emissions through sustainable urban mobility solutions based on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) - this is the major objective of the STREETLIFE project.
The goal of OCEAN is to foster the emergence of a sustainable open source cloud ecosystem and boost market innovation in Europe, by generating greater efficiency and economies of scale among collaborative research projects on open source cloud computing.
aims to accelerate cloud adoption across public and private sector organisations
A standardized IT workplace (BerlinPC) should help establish a modern, secure, powerful and cost-efficient software, services and system architecture.
project aims at making a step forward in fostering the co-creation of services
of public interest by third parties pushing for their space as services
providers in Smart Cities' urban spaces.