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Digital technologies underpin innovation and competitiveness across a broad range of market sectors. The topics addressed in this Work Programme part cover the ICT technology in a comprehensive way, from key enabling technologies to networking technologies, robotics, content and information management technologies. Pursuing the change initiated under Work Programme 2014-2015, activities will continue to promote more innovation-orientation to ensure that the EU industry remains strong in the core technologies that are at the roots of future value chains. Full details of this work programme are available via this publication from the Commission.

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Stephen O’Reilly - Enterprise Ireland

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021-4800217

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Gerard Kennedy - Enterprise Ireland

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061-777052

In this part of the Work Programme, LEIT-NMBP stands for ‘Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies – Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing'. Full details of this work programme are available via this publication from the Commission's website.

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Bob Flynn - Enterprise Ireland

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061-777050

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Sergio Fernandez-Ceballos - Enterprise Ireland

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01-7272704

Space research is supported in Horizon 2020 under the priority "Industrial Leadership", in line with the main objective and challenge to ensure that space will remain accessible to Europe and safe to operate in the long run. This is a long-term challenge that requires a long-term approach that must encompass several areas such as security of supply of critical space technologies, including components, at cost effective and affordable conditions, industry capability and technology readiness as well as space situational awareness to cope with threats such as space orbital debris (including space surveillance and tracking). An important challenge and an opportunity for Europe is to reap the benefits of European investments in the space sector, primarily by carrying out research and innovation actions for preparing applications and downstream services exploiting the opportunities of data and signals available through the Galileo and Copernicus systems. Whenever "users" are mentioned in this work programme part, inclusive actions should be considered, when appropriate, to cater for users of all ages and genders. Full details of this work programme are available via this publication from the Commission's website.

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Conor Sheehan - Enterprise Ireland

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01-7272381