As part GICP activities in GoIT, it has been collected a report on the most relevant initiatives in the domain of open hardware and open silicon. As GoIT is meant to foster co-creation in the field of open hardware, this analysis takes into consideration the entire hardware production cycle; this approach demands going beyond chips production and the use of microelectronics in computers to discuss several other aspects associated with open hardware and open silicon. The considerations are discussed in GoIT roadmap, where it is clearly stated the need to adequately examine the current state of the European semiconductor ecosystem, its challenges and underlying dynamics. To better describe these dynamics a methodology has been developed to identify the main stakeholders in the semiconductors arena in the public sector and in the industry. Below the methodology is explained.

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