SPEAR offers a new approach for making predictions using markets by employing agents instead of human participants. Artificial agents exploit user-generated content available in social media by extracting user sentiments and assessments and using them to derive actionable information, i.e.

Small European companies compete on the basis of their know-how and hence need to utilize knowledge to their advantage. They are constrained by a scarcity of resources and they thus need to do more, with less.

MERIT (MEtrics ReportIng Tool) is a quality reporting tool, which enables a combined and multi-faced view of quality of e-government services. MERIT is based on a quality of e-government services (QeGS) model.

SPONGE (Semantic Personal Ontology-based Gadget) is a software tool that supports personal and group information and knowledge management. In particular, SPONGE supports users finding, retrieving and annotating desktop resources and collaborating on wiki-like collaborative workspaces.

SEAP is a Semantic Annotation and Profiling tool which allows the selection and visualization of native Web Services interfaces and the ENIO ontology and supports the user to annotate (through a drag and drop utility) the input and output message parts of a selected Web Service interface with bus

SALT is a semantic-based adaptive platform for the evaluation of e-government services which allows each citizen to put emphasis in quality dimensions related with the problems she faces depending on her skills and expectations.

SEMPATH is a semantic web environment that supports the management of adaptive clinical pathways using ontologies.

IDEM is an information aggregation market that is especially developed for innovation and idea management. IDEM supports thw whole lifecycle of idea generation and evaluation. IDEM exploits the power of collaborative idea management using Web 2.0 technologies (prediction markets and Wikis).

STARDOM is the SofTwARe Developer cOMpentency profiler that builds a developer’s competence model within a project. A profiler is a tool “which builds a profile as the structured representation of a user’s need through which a retrieval system should act upon”.