Global RegistriesA European Approache-CODEXe-Justice Communication via Online Data ExchangeAuckland, March 14th 2013
Strucutre of the presentation     Introduction of the Large Scale Pilot Projects (LSP)       SPOCS                  “Simpl...
Large Scale Pilot Projects (LSP)      ICT Policy Support Programme under the      Competitiveness and Innovation Framework...
Large Scale Pilot Projects (LSP)  The idea:    Create software building blocks which can be    easily adopted and used for...
SPOCS    Helps to comply all regulations businesses need to    follow if they want to expand in other European    Countrie...
epSOS    e-Health programm    provide cross-border exchange of personal health    data    eHealth services in the followin...
STORK    establish a European eID Interoperability Platform    you should be able to start a company, get your tax    refu...
PEPPOL    implement common standards enabling EU-    wide public eProcurement    PEPPOL started 01/09/12 and moved into   ...
e-CODEX   “Improve the cross-border access of citizens and businesses   to legal means in Europe as well as to improve the...
e-SENS     last LSP     Starting at 01/04/13 (tbc)     20 countries; more than 100 partners     27.4 Mio EUR     www.eSENS...
e-SENS structure                                             Governance of the “old” LSP’s                                ...
Example e-CODEX     Beginning: 01.12.2010     24 Countries     End (proposed): 28.02.2015     Max. 24 Mio EUR12    Dirk Kr...
Example e-CODEX     Partner for a faster justice           interoperability      Austria                               Mal...
Example e-CODEX     Building blocks      e-Signature      e-ID      e-Payment      e-Delivery      e-Documents      semant...
Example e-CODEXPiloting   Civil Justice          Small Claims          European Payment Order (EPO)          Synchronous c...
Participants PilotingCivil Justice                             Countries                           Small Claims   Estonia,...
Digital natives /         governors     Is cross-border data      convergence       exchange easy?17   Dirk Krusche and Ca...
Goal of the e-CODEXProject          “Improve the cross-border access of citizens and                businesses to legal me...
Project technicaloverview                                                     E-Justice Portal                            ...
The architecture’s “bigpicture”a little bit more detailed                           Sending eCM                           ...
Building Block e-Signature WP 4      Connection of national identity frameworks      Role semantics and mappings      Impl...
Topics of WP 4     WP4 within the e-CODEX infrastructure     e-Identity     e-Signatures          Signatures          Adva...
WP 5e-Delivery – Transport platform      reusable transport solution           could be the basis of future European and  ...
WP 5 highlights     e-CODEX gateway          General architecture          Backend interface          Merely focused on tr...
WP 6 Building Blocke-Documents     Designing XML-messages for system2system     communication between          legal insti...
WP 6 Semantics     Harmonisation     Automation     3-Layer approach         conceptual         logical         technical ...
Communication &Marketing     Best practice in Europe          Roadshows for various         countries          Coutry spec...
Mapping End Users                                Building interoperable e-services across Europe Something that already ex...
User Centrice-Justice Services                                                      e-CODEX “e-Justice Communication via O...
Thank you for your attention!30     14.03.2013
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  1. 1. Global RegistriesA European Approache-CODEXe-Justice Communication via Online Data ExchangeAuckland, March 14th 2013
  2. 2. Strucutre of the presentation Introduction of the Large Scale Pilot Projects (LSP) SPOCS “Simple Procedures Online for Cross-border Services” epSOS “European Patients Smart Open Services” STORK “Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed” PEPPOL “Pan European Public Procurement OnLine” e-CODEX “e-Justice Communication via Online Data EXchange” e-SENS “electronic simple European networked services” All projects run with existing national back office systems 2 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  3. 3. Large Scale Pilot Projects (LSP) ICT Policy Support Programme under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) Engage public authorities, service providers and research center Maintained by the member EU states Building cross-border e-Government services reality for 500.000.000 Europeans 3 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  4. 4. Large Scale Pilot Projects (LSP) The idea: Create software building blocks which can be easily adopted and used for different kinds of IT-projects Software building blocks e-Delivery, eID, e-Signature, semantics, … We will give an example with the e-CODEX project. 4 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  5. 5. SPOCS Helps to comply all regulations businesses need to follow if they want to expand in other European Countries by set up Points of Single Contact (PSC) Seamless electronic procedures by building cross border solutions setting up intermediaries between service providers and the national public administrations went live at the 01/07/12 http://www.eu-spocs.eu/index.php5 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  6. 6. epSOS e-Health programm provide cross-border exchange of personal health data eHealth services in the following areas: "ePrescription" or "eMedication Patient Summary operational mode on 13 April 2012 http://www.epsos.eu/6 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  7. 7. STORK establish a European eID Interoperability Platform you should be able to start a company, get your tax refund, or obtain your university papers without physical presence STORK 2.0 develops the eID for bussinesses STORK has been completed  STORK 2.0 has started https://www.eid-stork.eu/7 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  8. 8. PEPPOL implement common standards enabling EU- wide public eProcurement PEPPOL started 01/09/12 and moved into non-profit international association OpenPEPPOL http://www.peppol.eu/8 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  9. 9. e-CODEX “Improve the cross-border access of citizens and businesses to legal means in Europe as well as to improve the interoperability between legal authorities within the EU.” Easy and secure access to legal information and procedures in other EU Member States for businesses and citizens Greater cross-border effectiveness of legal processes through common standards and greater interoperability of information systemsIn a few words: Enabling access to justice systems acrossEurope. http://www.e-codex.eu9 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  10. 10. e-SENS last LSP Starting at 01/04/13 (tbc) 20 countries; more than 100 partners 27.4 Mio EUR www.eSENS.eu  under construction10 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  11. 11. e-SENS structure Governance of the “old” LSP’s Consolidate the LSP building blocks Rollout, expansion and sustainability of LSP building blocks Develop infrastructure for interoperable public services11 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  12. 12. Example e-CODEX Beginning: 01.12.2010 24 Countries End (proposed): 28.02.2015 Max. 24 Mio EUR12 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  13. 13. Example e-CODEX Partner for a faster justice interoperability Austria Malta Belgium The Netherlands Bulgaria Norway Czech Republic Poland Estonia Portugal France Romania Germany Spain Greece Slovakia Hungary Sweden Italy Turkey Ireland United Kingdom Jersey CCBE, CNUE Lithuania and OASIS13 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  14. 14. Example e-CODEX Building blocks e-Signature e-ID e-Payment e-Delivery e-Documents semantics14 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  15. 15. Example e-CODEXPiloting Civil Justice Small Claims European Payment Order (EPO) Synchronous communication (e.g. business register interconnection) Criminal Justice Mutual Recognition of Financial Penalties Secure Cross-border Exchange of Sensitive Data European Arrest Warrant15 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  16. 16. Participants PilotingCivil Justice Countries Small Claims Estonia, Italy, Germany, France, Austria, NL, CZ EPO Austria, Estonia, Greece, (European Payment Order) Italy, Germany, France, NL synchronous communication to be determinated (automated exchange of information)Criminal Justice Secure cross border exchange of Germany, Spain, Turkey, sensitive data Austria, Belgium, France European Arrest Warrant France; Germany, Spain Mutual Recognition of Financial to be determinated 16 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany Penalties 14.03.2013
  17. 17. Digital natives / governors Is cross-border data convergence exchange easy?17 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013 1
  18. 18. Goal of the e-CODEXProject “Improve the cross-border access of citizens and businesses to legal means in Europe as well as to improve the interoperability between legal authorities within the EU.” 18 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  19. 19. Project technicaloverview E-Justice Portal Claimant Defendant Lawyer E-CODEX Country A gateway Country BClaimant E-CODEX National National gateway E-CODEXDefendant system system gateway Lawyer e-Delivery Court platform19 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  20. 20. The architecture’s “bigpicture”a little bit more detailed Sending eCM Receiving eCM E-CODEX gateway E-CODEX Service Connector Connector Service gateway provider e-Delivery provider platform• Creates documents • Adds/checks the Trust-OK token • Establishes connection• Sends/receives • Transforms to/from e-CODEX • Formats/extracts the documents standard content to/from eBMS3.0 standard Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 20 14.03.2013
  21. 21. Building Block e-Signature WP 4 Connection of national identity frameworks Role semantics and mappings Implementation and verification of e-Signatures (e.g. DSS-Tool) Connection of signature verification “Advanced electronic system” “Trust Ok Token” based on existing solutions 21 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  22. 22. Topics of WP 4 WP4 within the e-CODEX infrastructure e-Identity e-Signatures Signatures Advanced Electronic System “Trust Ok”-Token22 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  23. 23. WP 5e-Delivery – Transport platform reusable transport solution could be the basis of future European and world-wide projects (content agnostic) plug&play connection solution for new countries companies based on existing solution ebMS 3.0, ETSI REM … Common standards Develop with PEPPOL and SPOCS ISO, OASIS and ETSI 23 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  24. 24. WP 5 highlights e-CODEX gateway General architecture Backend interface Merely focused on transport National connector Connection with national systems Transformation of documents Signature verification e-Payment Template for e-Justice portal European Court Database24 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  25. 25. WP 6 Building Blocke-Documents Designing XML-messages for system2system communication between legal institutions citizens & companies legal institutions throughout the EU use case centric approach (pilot specific) harmonization of data definitions25 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  26. 26. WP 6 Semantics Harmonisation Automation 3-Layer approach conceptual logical technical creation and governance of data models26 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  27. 27. Communication &Marketing Best practice in Europe Roadshows for various countries Coutry specific events Stakeholder focussed communication27 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  28. 28. Mapping End Users Building interoperable e-services across Europe Something that already exists Something that should be encouragedAt the age of….. e-ID 1.Age 2.EducationHe / She was 3.Consumption e-Health attended ….. Behavior 4.Geographic e-Justice AreaHe / She prefers to….. e-Business As an Italian citizen ………. Being a European citizen…..... 28 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013
  29. 29. User Centrice-Justice Services e-CODEX “e-Justice Communication via Online Data EXchange” SPOCS “Simple Procedures Online for Cross-border Services” STORK “Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed” PEPPOL “Pan European Public Procurement OnLine”Charlie Chaplin, “Modern Times” epSOS “European Patients Smart Open Services” MODERNISM versus POSTMODERNISM 29 Dirk Krusche and Carsten Schmidt, Germany 14.03.2013 Find the e-SENSE of life!
  30. 30. Thank you for your attention!30 14.03.2013
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