The Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative brings together some of Europe’s top internet innovators, researchers and policymakers, who are shaping the internet of tomorrow. The NGI Forum is the flagship annual event presented by the Next Generation Internet initiative. It is an opportunity to share knowledge with leading experts from a variety of disciplines. In particular, NGI focus areas include:

  • privacy and trust enhancing technologies
  • electronic identities to strengthen trustworthiness
  • decentralised data governance
  • service and data portability
  • discovery and identification technologies
  • protocols and open source software and hardware to manage the internet

To be on top of the relevant technology and market developments, we need the best internet innovators in Europe on board. Join us at the NGI Forum 2019 this September in Helsinki, Finland, to discuss the important NGI issues around technology, policy and building a human-centric internet for the future. The event will include a mix of specialist talks, open discussions and interactive working groups. The emphasis is on stimulating discussion and the free exchange of ideas between researchers, SMEs & startups, industry players, policy makers, and civil society.

The main objectives

  • To promote the Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative and its objectives
  • To attract researchers, SMEs & startups, industry players, policy makers, and civil society to the NGI stakeholder ecosystem
  • To establish dialogues, gather input and build consensus on the NGI and what key actions are needed to build it
  • To give guidance on how to get involved in H2020 NGI open calls

The target stakeholders

  • Research community
  • Innovative SMEs/Startups/social innovators
  • Industry
  • Policy makers and regulators
  • Civil society



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The #NGIForum19 is organised by The NGI Outreach Office in collaboration with My Data, with contributions from the NGI Forward, NGI EXPLORERS, Think NEXUS, and TETRA projects.



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