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10/03/2015

The first portable system for monitoring patients with Parkinson's disease is being tested on 50 people from different countries

The REMPARK European telemedicine project is coordinated by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and has a budget of about €5 million. Also participating are the Hospital Quirón Teknon,...

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10/03/2015

We appeared in "Tecnoaffinity.com"

"REMPARK, un cinturón para el tratamiento del Parkinson"

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19/03/2015

News in "Euronews"

Movement sensor device improves life quality for Parkinson’s patients

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19/03/2015

Noticia en "Euronews en español"

Nuevas tecnologías para ayudar a enfermos de párkinson

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Preparatory Action "Crowdsourcing subtitling to increase the circulation of European works".

The Commission launches a €1 million call for proposals to find innovative solutions for film translation and for tracking language versions of films. The aim is to increase the availability and circulation of European films by reducing the costs of subtitling and making better use of public funding for film translation.

Workshop on efficient use of spectrum in the bands 870-876 and 915-921 MHz by Internet of Things (IoT) and railways

The European Commission held this workshop to seek a way forward for the most efficient way to use the spectrum in these bands considering both existing and potential new uses.

Denmark has successfully implemented EU interoperability project results

The National Danish competence center for Health Care standards, MedCom, has successfully implemented the results of the EU-funded interoperability project Antilope into daily practice and into MedCom’s cooperation with the IT vendors in the Danish healthcare system.

Summary report on the public consultation on the evaluation and review of the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)

The public consultation took place between 18 January and 12 April 2017. It was conducted in the context of the evaluation and review of ENISA in accordance with Article 32 of Regulation (EU) No 526/2013. A summary report of the consultation is now available. The full report will be published by the end of July 2017. The results will feed into the design and the implementation of EU policy in the area of cybersecurity, and help prepare for the future of ENISA.

Contributions received from organisations to the consultation on the ENISA review

You will find below the responses received from organisations. Some replies have been anonymised at the request of the respondent.