For a new contract with the European Commission (DG EAC), CARSA will support the organisation and exploitation of the Digital Education Hackathons – the EU’s flagship initiatives on digital education.
For a new contract with the European Commission (EISMEA/DG GROW), CARSA will analyse up- and re-skilling policy initiatives, identify best practices and define policy recommendations – aimed at boosting the development of skills in Europe under the Pact for Skills initiative.
For a new contract with the European Commission (EISMEA/DG GROW), CARSA will support the digitalisation of the construction sector and built environment…
The goal of the project is to facilitate a better access to digital procedures through the implementation of an action plan that transforms the life of citizens and entrepreneurs
CARSA is leading the consortium, contracted by the European Commission, for implementing the Digital Transformation Accelerator (DTA), which provides support to the network of European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH).
The European Commission recently published the final report of the Study on the need of Cybersecurity requirements for ICT products, conducted by CARSA in collaboration with Wavestone (lead partner), ICF and CEPS.
The European Commission has published the final report of the Study on technological and economic analysis of industry agreements in current and future digital value chains, performed by a consortium led by CARSA.
CARSA is supporting the definition of the upcoming EU AI Adopt programme – aimed at financing the adoption/procurement of Artificial Intelligence solutions/technologies by the public sector.
CARSA will support the implementation of a feasibility study – identifying the challenges and opportunities in the creation of a European media data space – aimed at fostering data sharing and digital transition across the European news (and content) sectors.
Together with its partners, CARSA is implementing – on behalf of the European Commission – the WORTH Partnership II Project. The project aims to boost the competitiveness and innovation capacity of European SMEs (active in the TCLF industries) through creative partnerships and the use of new technologies – based on the initiative’s concept and methodology.
The IPA4SME programme, launched by the European Commission in 2019 has been working to help small and medium sized business (SMEs) with their respective intellectual property (IP) journeys. The programme supports SMEs in understanding IP valorisation and successfully protecting their IP.
The objective of the initiative is to raise the profile of Europe as a smart tourism destination by supporting EU cities to improve their data mastering abilities – i.e., the ability to collect, curate and re-use data on tourism.