Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC was published in the EU Official Journal on 28th August 2014.
e-SENS was presented at the event Digital Venice 2014, which was hosted by the City of Venice and promoted by the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union with the support of the Eur
Smart Open Services for European Patients (epSOS) an Open eHealth initiative for a European large-scale pilot of patient summary and electronic prescription services was an LSP launched in 2008. Its aim was to develop, pilot and evaluate cross-border eHealth services.
SENS connects not only European, but also national perspectives. The Future Congress will facilitate meetings of top representatives from federal, state and local governments of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It will also involve participants from innovative companies representing IT sector.
e-CODEX, the LSP project focused on e-Justice, has just released its newsletter. It covers the project activity in the first half of 2014 and focuses on the current status of the live EPO pilot.
e-Delivery is one of the high level building blocks identified by e-SENS. It is an electronic communication suite in which end-users exchange messages via intermediary gateways.
Two deliverables that represent a significant step forward in the preparation of pilots have recently been finalized by WP5 (Piloting).
Today e-SENS issued the 2nd edition of the newsletter. Learn about piloting use cases defined recently and progress achieved in building interoperable ICT infrastructure.
The SEMIC 2014 conference offers a unique opportunity to explore how Public Administrations can use semantic technologies to make information exchange efficient and effective, allowing them to operate at lower costs and provide better services.> brin
The e-SENS project was presented in e-BEYAS 2014 conference held in Ankara, Turkey ( Vural Celik (TUBITAK BILGEM, TURKEY) delivered a presentation entitled “eID and eSENS Project”.