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Rolling Plan 2022

The Rolling Plan for ICT Standardisation provides a unique bridge between EU policies and standardisation activities concerning information and communication technologies (ICT). This helps to increase convergence of standards makers’ efforts towards achieving EU policy goals. This document is the result of an annual dialogue involving a wide-range of interested parties as represented by the European multi-stakeholder platform on ICT standardisation (MSP). The Rolling Plan focuses on actions that can support EU policies and does not claim to be as complete as the work programmes of the different standardisation bodies.

Standardisation actions identified in this document to support EU policies are complementary to other instruments, in particular the Annual Union Work Programme (AUWP). The Rolling Plan attempts to list all known areas where ICT standardisation could support EU policy objectives. It also details the requirements for ICT standardisation, translates them into actions and provides a follow-up mechanism for the actions.

The 2022 edition gives a particular prominence to three horizontal “foundational topics” under the new section 3.0. This new section includes a completely new chapter on the data economy and the updated chapters on cybersecurity and e-privacy that have been moved from the section on “key enablers”. These are all technology areas for standardisation that go right across the spectrum of standards-making, and may need to be referenced by many, even most, specific activities. Their challenges arise at every step of digitalisation and policy makers need to be more aware that ICT standardisation is the tool to tackle them.
 

EU POLICIES SUPPORTED BY ICT STANDARDISATION


   3.0 FOUNDATIONAL DRIVERS

        DATA ECONOMY

        CYBERSECURITY / NETWORK AND INFORMATION SECURITY

        E-PRIVACY

   3.1 KEY ENABLERS

        5G

        CLOUD AND EDGE COMPUTING

        BIG DATA, OPEN DATA PUBLIC SECTOR INFORMATION

        INTERNET OF THINGS

        ELECTRONIC IDENTIFICATION AND TRUST SERVICES

        E-INFRASTRUCTURES FOR DATA AND COMPUTING INTENSIVE SCIENCE

        BROADBAND INFRASTRUCTURE MAPPING

        ACCESSIBILITY OF ICT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

        ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

        EUROPEAN GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM (EGNSS)

   3.2  SOCIETAL CHALLENGES

        E-HEALTH, HEALTHY LIVING AND AGEING

        EDUCATION, DIGITAL SKILLS AND DIGITAL LEARNING

        EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC WARNING SYSTEMS

        E-GOVERNMENT

        E-CALL

        COVID-19

        SAFETY, TRANSPARENCY AND DUE PROCESS ONLINE

   3.3 INNOVATION FOR THE DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET

        E-PROCUREMENT – PRE- AND POST AWARD

        E-INVOICING

        RETAIL PAYMENTS

        PRESERVATION OF DIGITAL CINEMA

        FINTECH AND REGTECH STANDARDISATION

        BLOCKCHAIN AND DISTRIBUTED LEDGER TECHNOLOGIES

    3.4 SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

        SMART GRIDS AND METERING

        SMART CITIES AND COMMUNITIES / technologies and services for smart and efficient energy use

        ICT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

        EUROPEAN ELECTRONIC TOLL SERVICE (EETS)

        INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS - Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (ITS-CCAM) and Electromobility

        DIGITISATION OF EUROPEAN INDUSTRY

        ROBOTICS AN AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS

        CONSTRUCTION-BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING

        COMMON INFORMATION SHARING ENVIRONMENT (CISE) for the EU maritime domain

        WATER MANAGEMENT DIGITALISATION

        SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY

        U-SPACE

        CIRCULAR ECONOMY