Proceedings of the Workshop on "Ubiquitous Digital Single Market"

14-06-2013

The last decade marked a move from electronic, through mobile to ubiquitous services, defined as intelligent services providing users with real-time access to collaboratively generated information, everywhere, at any time and on any device. The workshop presents leading examples of ubiquitous government services applied in South Korea, Japan, Canada, Estonia, the UK and the Netherlands, as well as ubiquitous market services, with the objective of considering how Europeans could benefit from ubiquitous government and market solutions.

The last decade marked a move from electronic, through mobile to ubiquitous services, defined as intelligent services providing users with real-time access to collaboratively generated information, everywhere, at any time and on any device. The workshop presents leading examples of ubiquitous government services applied in South Korea, Japan, Canada, Estonia, the UK and the Netherlands, as well as ubiquitous market services, with the objective of considering how Europeans could benefit from ubiquitous government and market solutions.

Extern avdelning

Giovanni Sartor (European University Institute of Florence), Yong Woo Lee (University of Seoul), Koji Ouchi (Mission of Japan to the European Union), Catherine Dickson (Mission of Canada to the European Union), Silver Tammik (Permanent Representation of Estonia to the EU), Nicola Westmore (G-Cloud), Henri Rauch (Kwaliteits Instituut Nederlandse Gemeenten), Mark Lange (Microsoft), Sameer Verma (SAP), Jakob Kucharczyk (CCIA Europa) and Jörgen Gren (DG CONNECT, European Commission)