Following a decision of the European Commission, the e-SENS project has been extended and will continue its operation until 31 March 2017.The project team will work intensively to engage more public and private entities to help build digital interoperability between E
The European Interoperability Reference Architecture (EIRA) is an architecture content metamodel defining the most salient architectural building blocks (ABBs) needed to build interoperable e-Government systems.
We are proud to present a new document developed by the e-SENS consortium (WP3).
Sweden has launched a new e-SENS cross-border e-Identification pilot, based in Stockholm university.
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.
Nine EU Member States along with the European Commission’s Directorate General for Health, DG SANTE, tested the latest version of the OpenNCP tool, an open source reference implementation which integrates three e-SENS building blocks: e-Identification (e-ID), Non-repudiation an
Semantics BB is focused on the semantic interoperability from a legal and official document perspective (evidence, attestation).
This week will focus on e-SENS’s e-Signature. You’ll be able to find new information about this building block every day. Check on e-SENS social media channels for new updates!
This week will be devoted to e-SENS’s e-ID. Each day, you’ll be able to find new information about this building block. Follow e-ID week on the e-SENS social media channels!
The European large-scale project e-SENS will hold its first test session open to non-project participants from December 1st to January 31th 2016.