Major technology areas

The ICT related topics are based on several technological areas:

Photonics

Agile optical core and metro networks
Laser-based production
Application driven core photonic technology

Robotics and autonomous systems

Robots for everyday needs of workers and citizens;
Developing RAS building blocks
Involving end users ; Increase RAS system ability levels: configurability, adaptability, motion, manipulation, decisional autonomy, dependability, interaction, perception and cognitive ability.
The new multi-annual roadmap for Call 2016 is now available: http://www.eu-robotics.net/cms/index.php?idcat=170&idart=4344

Networks, Communication and Mobile

Agile optical core and metro networks
5G PPP: high capacity elastic- optical networks, wireless access and radio
networks, new optical access networks solutions.
EU-JAPAN: 5G- next generation communication networks

Software, Cloud computing

Customised and low power computing, Massively parallel and
heterogeneous systems
Cloud Computing
Development, implementation and replication of FIWARE-based services
High performance computing

Big Data, Media & Content

-Big data- using data across sectors for offering new services, opens new
opportunities for solving business and societal challenges, incl. large scale
pilots.
-ICT Tools for creative, media, knowledge and learning industries
-Interfaces for accessibility for people with different disabilities
-Gaming and gamification

Components & Systems

Smart Cyber-Physical Systems -model-centric engineering methods
Bringing innovative TOLAE-based solutions to the market
Integration and mastering of complexity of electronics and materials into
miniaturised systems for a broad spectrum of use
Large scale federating projects and integrated demonstrations and pilots

Micro and Nanoelectronics

Scaling functional performance of information processing;
Materials, processes, device and component architectures; nano-characterization
Quantum effects in solid-state devices
3D sequential integration (at transistor scale)

Cybersecurity

Securing and increasing the trust in the digital society
Analysing risks and security levels
Preventing cyber-attacks and secure infrastructure, services, components, and
software against accidental or malevolent use
Dealing with access and privacy issues
Cryptography

Internet of Things

Foster the take up of IoT in Europe
Enable the emergence of IoT ecosystems
Validate advanced IoT solutions
Ensure efficient interplay of the various elements of the IoT-FA
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