DigitalisationDigital technologies for a sustainable future

By supporting research and innovation in the field of digitalisation / digital technologies, the European Commission makes an important contribution to addressing urgent societal challenges and to paving the way for a greener and more sustainable future. Innovative computing technologies and a broad and effective use of data for the benefit of economic and social progress help Europe to take a leading role in the global data economy.

A particular focus is on establishing a robust European industrial and technological presence in all key parts of a greener digital supply chain. Early investment in new technologies such as artificial intelligence, data, robotics, quantum computing and graphene will contribute to strategic autonomy. The EU also emphasises human-centred and ethical development of digital and industrial technologies, promoting inclusion and high-quality jobs.

Digitalisation also plays a crucial role in the progress of European space. The European strategic plan for space development therefore foresees the promotion of digital technologies, sectors and value chains to accelerate and manage the digital and green transition through human-centred technologies. These include a trustworthy internet, components and systems for electronics and photonics, software technologies, connectivity platforms, novel computer architectures and hybrid / modular systems, algorithms, programming models and simulations.

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