This WP will study the rights and responsibilities that users and producers of DiDIY technologies have and how current legislation affects them and vice versa.
Wouter Tebbens received a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Twente, Netherlands. His final research project was in the group of Production and Tebbens Operations Management led by prof. dr. W.H.M. Zijm.
The general aim of this WP is to integrate and build on the findings of all the other WPs, as well as on the specific findings of the WP itself (see below), in order to produce a roadmap and several reports and other tools directed towards:
Favouring the widest exploitation of the project results beyond the Project itself, in order to increase the awareness in EU of both the potentials and the risks of DiDIY for widespread socioeconomic development;
Marco Fioretti holds a Degree in Electronics Engineering at the University La Sapienza of Rome, Italy and almost fifteen years of experience as designer of digital integrated circuits and telecom system designer, in Italy and Silicon Valley.
The DiDIY Project is structured around the following Work Packages (WPs):
(this is the final, static version of this page. It contains a limited list of the resources that are most useful to understand, even without previous preparation, what DiDIY is, and how it works)
The DiDIY Project proposal addresses the call ICT 31-2014 Human-centric Digital Age of the Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies, Information and Communication Technologies Horizon 2020 work programme. This page synthesizes the definition of DiDIY from which the Project starts and its objectives, as well as the Project Partners and roadmap.