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Europe has a unique opportunity to be a global leader in the Internet of Things (IoT). According to a European Commission study the market value of the IoT in the EU is expected to exceed one trillion euros in 2020. The stated aim of the Digital Single Market is to accelerate these developments, avoid fragmentation and foster interoperability to enable IoT to reach its potential.
In this context, we believe that the proposed European Electronic Communications Code potentially holds back Europe’s opportunity to lead in IoT. To achieve a fit for purpose and future proof regulatory framework, we recommend the following four changes and clarifications. READ MORE (PDF)