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The Technology Watch explores the futuristic, upcoming technologies that are on the horizon of technology development today and that are characterised by high speed of evolution and a significative disruptive potential. Advanced Technology Watch is addressed to policy-makers, enterprises (large and SMEs) and business intermediaries. It allows them to better assess the maturity of technologies, the potential market applications and the technical adaptation required to bring advanced technologies to the market.

Total 101 items.
Technology Focus on IoT

Advanced Technologies lie at the very heart of Europe’s ongoing process of digital transformation.

Synthetic fuels

Next to the adoption of sustainable social behaviour, the global mitigation of climate change calls for a timely adoption of innovative sustainable technologies.

Technology Focus on Cloud Computing

Public cloud computing is evolving from a generic way to access additional computing power to a hybrid computing environment realising the everything-as-a-service provisioning concept, including applications.

Technological trends in the textiles industry

This Sectoral Watch on the Technical trends in the textiles industry analyses trends in the generation and uptake of advanced technologies, related entrepreneurial activities and skills needs in the textiles sector.

EU Report - Technological trends and policies

The objective of this EU report is to provide an overview about the performance of the EU27 in Advanced Technologies and to give a snapshot of the policy landscape supporting the production and uptake of Advanced Technologies at EU, national and regional levels.

Solid-state-lithium-ion-batteries for electric vehicles

Since the global demand for high-energy and high-power energy storage devices increased, lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries have emerged as the dominating energy storage solution for portable electronics and electric vehicles.

Photonics technology for high intensity farming

Digital technologies are rapidly changing agricultural practices today. Farmers still struggle to adopt the
technologies that are suitable for their specific practices, often due to high investment cost, both

Cybersecurity: more investment and better skills

As digital transformation is accelerating around the world and an increasingly larger share of the interactions is hosted online, citizens, companies and governments are being more and more exposed to cyber threats and digital crimes.