Industry and RTOs call for ambitious Horizon Europe to support EU competitiveness
Orgalim has joined 92 other European industry associations and research and technology organisations (RTOs) to issue a joint statement that urges the EU institutions to make Horizon Europe a priority within the next MFF.
R&D and Innovation: Joint Statement for an Ambitious Horizon Europe Programme
Orgalim together with 92 European associations representing key European research & innovation stakeholders, urge the EU institutions to make research, development and innovation a priority within the next Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027. The associations call on the Council of the EU to raise the budget allocated to the Horizon Europe programme to at least €120 billion, of which at least 60% should be dedicated to the “Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness” pillar.
R&D and Innovation: Horizon Europe Co-Design 2021-2024 – Orgalim response to the public consultation
Following provisional agreement by the European Parliament and Council on the Horizon Europe legislative package, the European Commission has held a ‘co-design’ consultation to invite stakeholder feedback on shaping future investment priorities for the EU research and innovation funding programme.
Not evolution but revolution: European industry’s 5G future
5G - the fifth generation of mobile communications - is set to deliver a quantum leap in the volume, speed and security of data transfer. As the technology backbone for the future (Industrial) Internet of Things (IIoT), 5G infrastructure will enable digital transformation across Europe’s economy and society in areas as diverse as energy, healthcare and mobility.
Machinery Directive: Orgalim's response to the Open Public Consultation on the revision of the Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery
Orgalim’s contribution to the European Commission’s Online Public Consultation on the review of the Machinery Directive reiterates that industry does not need a revision of the legislation, which is working very well despite the new technologies that are increasingly being integrated into machines.