CeBIT 2015

Monday, March 16, 2015 to Friday, March 20, 2015

From 16th to 20th March 2015, e-SENS project took part in CeBIT (Hannover). Jointly with e-CODEX and the European Commission, the project showcased the vital role of IT systems in modernizing government and public administration. Regarding this year’s keynote theme “d!conomy – The Digital Transformation”, e-SENS and the other LSPs depicted their achievements so far following their mission to create a single digital market across Europe.


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About e-SENS booth


e-SENS and the other LSP projects, with their mission to create a single digital market across Europe, are perfectly consistent with innovative European trends and CeBIT scope. Therefore, e-SENS was present at CeBIT 2015 with a special thematic booth 'Digital Public Services across Borders' showing project’s latest achievements, expected results and solutions. With interesting gimmicks like the touch table, RFID based information spots, augmented reality wall, sliding monitor, games and quizzes, visitors were be able to learn more about e-SENS developments. Talks with our experts facilitated better understanding of the project's benefit for all key stakeholder groups.


Where could you find us?


e-SENS booth at was located at the Public Sector Park - Hall 7, stand A40, booth name: ,Digital Public Services across Borders'.

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What could you learn?


By talking to experts from the projects and the European Commission, booth visitors were able to understand the full potential of the Digital Single Market. Presentation of building blocks showed, how cross-border digital services are being developed in various domains. Visual and interactive elements enabled to find out about pilots, which are to test technical modules in real environments. The booth also focused on presenting, how the LSP projects work together with new financing instrument - the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), to deliver reusable components for cross-border communication. For Public Administration: how to deliver seamless cross-border digital services? For IT Industry: how to get business out of the digital components developed by the LSPs? For citizens and businesses: how to access friendly public services across borders?


Materials to download


Press release - download here

IT industry invitation - download here