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This is the Information and Communication Technologies 2010. It’s organized by the European Commission and hosted by Belgium.

Titled “Digitally Driven,” it’s the European meeting point for industry, researchers and policymakers.

As part of the EU’s 2020 strategy, the “Digital Agenda” forms one of the key initiatives to insure sustainable economic growth amidst the global financial crisis, bringing the benefits of the digital era to all sections of society.

[Yves Leterme, Prime Minister, Belgium]:

“Intensifying cooperation within and between member states and their inhabitants through networking will be of key importance to leverage the efforts of each individual member state towards the EU 2020 targets.”

European Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes says ICT increasingly determines the way we live our lives.

[Neelie Kroes, Vice President, European Commission]:

“ICT will transform the way we consume resources, the way we cure and prevent diseases, the way we build our social networks and so on and so forth. And that is the message the public and ministers need to hear loud and clear from the research community. To put it in another wording: Europe’s future depends on ICT innovations.”

The event was opened by Prince Philippe of Belgium and featured everything from virtual reality, nanotechnology and supercomputing networks to energy efficiency controlling systems and humanoid robots.


“This is iCub, the result of a five year long term European project. Now you can see he’s trying to reach a red ball and then trying eventually to grasp it.”

iCub is like a four-year-old child and can see, hear and touch, and has 53 motors to move its head and limbs.

More than five thousand researchers and innovators took part in the three-day event.

NTD News, Brussels, Belgium.

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July’s stampede at the Duisburg Love Parade left 21 dead.

The event sent shockwaves throughout Germany.

Now German engineers believe they’ve devised a system that will help emergency services prevent such events from happening again.

The new technology uses high-resolution cameras on board a light aircraft and can monitor large crowds.

Head engineer Peter Reinartz says the system can efficiently survey large gatherings .

[Peter Reinartz, DLR Engineering Head of Department]:
“With these pictures you can analyze large parts of cities in a very short period of time to say where there are traffic jams, what is happening and whether a road is no longer accessible, did bridges collapse, and so on. It’s about much more than just crowd analysis.”

He is reluctant to claim the technology alone can prevent a repeat tragedy. But Reinartz says it will help emergency services predict problems at events.

[Peter Reinartz, DLR Engineering Head of Department]:
“The police or the fire department could make use of them directly in order to create data in close to real time and deliver information in the event of large crowd gatherings or disasters.”

The project is still in the early stages, but engineers hope to have it up and running within two years.

An aircraft is a machine that is able to fly by gaining support from the air. It counters the force of gravity by using either static lift or by using the dynamic lift of an airfoil, or in a few cases the downward thrust from jet engines.

As engineers incorporate new technology into their broadcast facilities, we’re figuring out better approaches to old – and new – problems. Chris Tarr offers up a boatload of tips, tricks, and tools that make his life easier at both studio and transmitter sites. Chris Tobin chimes in, and Kirk Harnack describes how one TV station in Oklahoma is handling tornado “play-by-play” coverage. iPhone 4 has two cameras: One on the front, which focuses on you. And one on the back, which focuses on everything else. FaceTime lets you switch back and forth between them at any time during a video call.

Hollywood is always trying to sell us crazy computer interfaces. Wavy hands and holograms? Never gonna happen. But now Fox News is in on the game, too—and the Angry Nerd is unfairly unbalanced about the network’s giant, newsgathering touch screens.