EFECS is a European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems with a focus on ‘Our Digital Future’. The organisers of this event - AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA, EPoSS, ECSEL Joint Undertaking and the European Commission, in association with EUREKA and supported by BMBF - joined forces to bring all stakeholders along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain in Europe together. Due to COVID-19, the 4th edition of this international forum will be a virtual event, taking place on 25-26 November 2020.
The Electronic Components & Systems (ECS) Community is the key to unlocking the future development of the Digital Economy in Europe.
Without the full Engagement of the ECS Community, it will not be possible to reach the European and Global Sustainability targets that are essential to the future of our Society.
The ECS Community is expanding all the time, as new applications and systems are developed, based on our technology.
We must find a way of Engaging all relevant organisations - Large Enterprises, SMEs, Research Institutes and Academia - to work together, and with public authorities, on the technology challenges that we face as an economy and as a society.
“Our Digital Future” depends on it.
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AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS have updated the ECS-SRA, after receiving input from the electronics components and systems community during EFECS 2019. This joint Strategic Research Agenda sets out the associations' vision for digital Europe, the key application areas, the R&D&I challenges and solutions.
AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS released the draft version of the ECS-SRA 2019, a joint Electronic Components & Systems (ECS) Strategic Research Agenda (SRA), setting out their vision for digital Europe, the key application areas, the R&D&I challenges and solutions. Participants at EFECS 2018 can share their feedback.
Scitech Europa published an interview regarding "R&D in ECS and the future of the European Industry", with Jean-Luc di Paola Galloni (Valeo & ARTEMIS-IA), and Sabine Herlitschka (Infineon), in preparation of EFECS 2018, explaining the importance of support- ing R&D in the ECS sector for the future of European industry.