The Office of Standards and Interoperability has released a new update version 2.0.2 wifis. The objective of the WiFIS project is to standardize and integrate all processes among health institutions, so that they can be connected to each other using a central platform, avoiding the network of point-to-point connections that complicates and makes more expensive the interconnection between centers.
Vitlab Observatory innovation processes
The Global Innovation Forum on Active and Healthy Ageing was held on December 5th, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. The European Commission together with the Government of Japan (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, MIC) organized the Global Cooperation event that was dedicated to discussing strategies to strengthen international collaboration on innovation for active and healthy ageing and the global Silver economy. It was built on the conclusions of the G7 ICT ministers meeting in April 2016 in Japan and ongoing cooperation of the EU with the UN, WHO, OECD and G7 countries.