The I4R platform is the single central online stand that provides treatment and recycling facilities with access to WEEE recycling information in line with the requirements of Directive 2012/19/EU.
To better respond to recyclers’ needs, APPLiA and DIGITALEUROPE have created this single central online platform – the Information for Recyclers Platform (I4R) – where recyclers can access recycling information at product category level.The WEEE Forum, an international association of producer responsibility organisations and a centre of competence, will host and maintain the platform. To meet the requirements of Directive 2012/19/EU, the recycling information will be linked to the presence and location of materials and components in electronic waste that require separate treatment.
NIS Implementation Tracker
This NIS Directive national legislation tracker maps out each Member States national legislative implementation efforts and briefly lines out the national OES & DSP requirements as well as the relevant contact points for reporting cyber incidents.
On the 6th July 2016, the EU officially adopted the EU Directive on Network and Information Systems (NIS). Since it’s adoption, Member States have had the task in transposing, and implementing the Directive by either updating their current national legislation and/ or adopting new legislation. The NIS Directive has far reaching obligations and requirements for both Operators of Essential Services (OES) and Digital Service Providers (DSP).
European IT Observatory
EITO’s “ICT Market Report” provides reliable market data as well as an analysis of European technology trends and their impact.
The report includes:
- Data and analysis provided by IDC in cooperation with the EITO expert group.
- Analysis of user and technology trends including Mobility, Cloud, Big Data and Social Business.
- Detailed ICT market data for 35 countries (incl. all EU countries).
IRIS: International Repair Information System
In 1994, the EACEM (European Association for Consumer Electronics Manufacturers) started activities via the EASSC (European After-Sales Service Committee) to promote a universal coding system, called IRIS, and a common Warranty claim form throughout Europe. An official Recommendation was issued in 1995. DIGITALEUROPE members actively update and manage the IRIS Repair Coding System.
Please contact email@example.com to get connected to the IRIS Steering Committee.
High Definition Logos
Notice of Closure (30 March 2018):
High Definition TV and Ultra High Definition logos
DIGITALEUROPE’s Executive Board has reviewed the logo business of the association, in particular in relation to the financial risks of the activities and future logo developments.
After extensive evaluation, the Executive Board has come to the conclusion that DIGITALEUROPE should discontinue all logos activities with immediate effect. DIGITALEUROPE is compelled to terminate all logo license agreements.