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    INOVA+ led an international consortium in a study implementation that aimed at identifying Key Digital Goods based in nano-electronics technologies, in European leading markets.

    The study developed a methodological approach in the course of 4 main stages: In Stage 1, the study evaluated the incentives and methods used by public authorities and agencies to promote innovative products in several European countries (Germany, France, Sweden, the UK, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Norway and Poland) and also in the United States of America, China, Japan, Taiwan and Korea. Stage 2 identified 28 Key Digital Goods, 4 for each of the 7 Societal Challenges identified in Europe. The final methodology stage was the selection of 7 main Key Digital Goods (1 for each Societal Challenge) from the initial list of 28. Stages 3 and 4 led to the formulation of a set of recommendations for future EU actions, aiming at facilitation and acceptance of innovation in nano-electronics according to the Digital Agenda.

    The final report is available as a reference document in the European Commission’s Single Digital Market dedicated page, in the section for policy in the electronic area (here)

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