How digital twins of cities can help to improve urban mobility

Digital twins enable city planners to test future measures in a virtual environment, shaping urban mobility sustainably and managing it efficiently.

Groundbreaking creation of world’s first compact quantum computer

Researchers at the University of Innsbruck have succeeded in developing the world’s first compact quantum computer.

Boosting quantum computer capabilities with a standard desktop

Scientists have developed an efficient computing method, combining the power of a quantum computer with the reliability of a conventional PC.

Fast-beam-switching transceiver advances 5G communications

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology and NEC Corporation have developed a 28-GHz phased-array transceiver that advances the efficiency and reliability of 5G communications.

Optical computing: multiplying light signals could help solve complex computational problems

A new type of optical computing could lead to ultra-fast computers that solve highly complex computational problems by multiplying light signals.

New original blockchain technology helps traders make use of surplus renewable electricity

Researchers has collaborated with Mitsubishi, to optimise the P2P trading of surplus renewable electricity.

Building a stronger and more competitive Digital Europe

CEO of EIT Digital, Willem Jonker, spoke to Innovation News Network’s Georgina Ryan about the European Commission’s latest legislative proposals: The Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act

Why smart tickets are the smart way to travel

As smart tickets are increasingly being used by travellers across Europe the Smart Ticketing Alliance is working to ensure co-operation between the various schemes across the continent

European Commission supports political agreement on €7.5bn Digital Europe Programme

The European Commission has embraced the political agreement on the first EU programme that aims to accelerate the Digital Europe Programme.

Innovation in recirculating aquaculture systems and water quality management systems

Trond Vegger, CEO of Noras Watertech, outlines his company’s innovations in recirculating aquaculture systems, its water quality management system, its improved aquaponic solution, and the benefits they bring

Smart Cambridge – transforming the city with smart mobility

Dan Clarke, Strategy & Partnerships Manager for Smart Cambridge, discusses the Smart Cambridge programme, and how to improve the quality of life, sustainability, and economic strength of the city with smart mobility solutions

Establishing a competitive and sovereign digital Europe

EIT Digital welcomes the European Commission’s latest digital initiatives, saying it is the next step in creating a innovative and competitive digital Europe. 

AI-powered production planners in salmon farming

Combining AI, machine learning and mathematical optimisation to drive the transition from experience-driven to knowledge-driven salmon farming

Metamaterials and Omniconnectivity development: a turning point in electronics

The NanoEngineering Network explains how Smart Metasurface Technology (a class of metamaterials) and the related concept of ‘omniconnectivity’ has the potential to boost Europe’s competitiveness in the field of electronics

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