After the previous two successful appearances at CeBIT, e-SENS again presented its achievements and contribution to the development of the Digital Single Market in Europe. The largest and most internationally represented IT fair in the world was a great opportunity to demonstrate current project works, present the project’s solutions and technical components, as well as meet the key stakeholders face to face.
The LSP booth welcomed hundreds of visitors during the five-day exhibition. Various activities included speeches for CeBIT guided tours, dedicated presentations and regular passers-by talks with the LSP and the EC team. The booth was visited by Günther Oettinger (European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society) and Thomas Kutschaty (Minister of Justice of the Nordhein-Westfalen), to whom e-SENS e-Health pilot was presented.
Interactive gimmicks dragged people’s attention very effectively – relevant EU regulations, solutions and live services were showcased by sliding monitor, RFID Lego bricks, LSP vending machine and big touch screen.
e-SENS performance was strongly supported by the CEF and eIDAS team. Visitors could learn about the impact the new regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market will have on online transactions across borders. Furthermore, detail information on the possible grants to enable digital services were given.