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Open Market Consultation: ambulance navigation and information system

The regional ambulance service of Noord-Brabant (NL) invites potentially interested bidders to complete its open market consultation questionnaire in preparation of its procurement of an innovative end-to-end Navigation and Information System (NIS). The aim is to provide the location of the patient, basic medical information and patient information in a way that provides end-to-end encryption, security and privacy protection.

Fifteen EU-supported films will be present at the Festival de Cannes 2022

The 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival will take place from Tuesday 17 to Saturday 28 May. Fifteen films supported by Creative Europe MEDIA have been selected in various sections of the Cannes Film Festival and its parallel competitions: the Directors' Fortnight (La Quinzaine des Réalisateurs) and La Semaine de la Critique.

Apply for free of charge assistance for your next Innovation Procurement

Are you a public buyer that could use some help in preparing and implementing your next innovation procurement? Get in touch with the European Assistance for Innovation Procurement (EAFIP) to request local assistance now. Public buyers from all thematic fields are welcome: for example public transport, healthcare, environment, water, energy, public administration, construction, security, education etc. Next deadline for submission of applications: 15 July 2022.

WEMACOM Breitband pre-selected for the finals of the European Broadband Awards 2022

WEMACOM Breitband is building an area-wide and future-proof broadband network supply based on fibre optics in the district of Northwest Mecklenburg (Germany), which will reach all tradespeople and nearby consumers in the project area. This project includes planning and construction work required for the establishment and operation of a needs-based, sustainable, area-wide and expandable broadband network infrastructure as well as the provision of broadband telecommunications services in undersupplied project areas. There are around 40,000 connections planned already, which will be linked to 2