A decentralized network for intelligent, automated, and accessible digital asset management systems
#Blockchain #Artificial Intelligence #Digital Asset Management #Immersive Media
Create a decentralized network of intelligent and accessible authoring tools for digital asset management allowing a barrier-free usage and integration in target media and platforms thanks to automated verification and monetization processes.
Lay the foundations to allow professionals and laymen alike to express themselves by creating and publishing multimedia content that may be easily shared, verified and fairly monetized.
Empower individual expression and promotion
Reduce the demonetization process of content creation
Improved users’ experiences and new solutions for access to media content
Open and interoperable solutions enabling a genuine Digital Single Market for media
Improvement of the technological transfer from European technological SMEs to the media value chain
An enhanced and enriched media ecosystem
Mediaverse project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the ICT-44-2020 “Next Generation Media”.
A Context-aware Distributed Social Networking Framework
#Community Empowerment #Social Media
Develop a next-generation contextual social media platform to empower meaningful relationships based on the user’s natural environment.
Lay the foundation for the European vision of social media services.
Address the dynamic nature of human communications along three dimensions: contextual, spatial and temporal
Provide all necessary means to ensure the highest level of trust and privacy
Democratize content production, promotion, and monetization
Reduce development cost and deployment complexity
Helios project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement N° 825585
Digital Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage
#Community Empowerment #Business Models #Public Sector
CO3 aims at assessing the benefits and risks of disruptive technologies, namely: blockchain, augmented reality, geolocated social network, liquid democracy tools and gamification, in the co-creation, co-production and co-management of public services with citizens as PAs partners.
Promote an impact-driven application of disruptive technologies in the Public Sector.
- Enable Public authorities to develop pathways for the introduction of disruptive technologies while addressing societal challenges raised by such technologies
- Enhance knowledge on digital democracy based on a thorough understanding of users’ needs and develop new ways of providing public services, of ensuring public governance and of boosting public engagement with the help of disruptive technologies
- Contribute to developing new practices, to optimize work processes and to integrating evidence-based decision-making processes in public services and in services such as health, education, social welfare and mobility
CO3 project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement N° 822615
Textile & Clothing Business Labs
#Business Models #Fashion
The goal of the TCBL Project has been to create a transformational business ecosystem capable of constantly innovating the business and process models of the European Textile and Clothing industry. This in turn aims to bring 5% of production capacity back to Europe and reduce the sector’s environmental footprint by 20% by 2025.
Boost triple sustainability in the fashion industry through innovation.
The wealth of value created in the four years of the TCBL Project is being capitalised through the TCBL Foundation, the structure currently being established by key project partners entrusted with carrying forward the network’s activities. The TCBL Foundation’s Business Plan and a growing number of strategic partnerships bode well the long-term sustainability.
- TCBL is thus expected to have a widespread impact on the T&C industry in Europe, shifting consumer goals, expectations, and even engagement in the processes of designing and making clothes. This in turn will have both social and environmental impacts, as well as significantly improving the prosperity of Europe’s diffused systems of production.