On the 21st of September 2021, DINNOCAP webinar on Semantic Instruments for Interoperable Cross-border eServices will take place.
The scope of discussion on the seminar will be on the following Government to Business e-services: eCMR, KYC and e-Receipt. At the webinar, stakeholders will work in three breakout sessions based on their e-service expertise. They will deliberate and agree on the following issues:
1. The common minimum business, location and personal data sets sufficient for cross border authentication in the delivery of either eCMR, KYC or e-Receipt.
2. The common words (vocabulary) that represent these datasets are sufficient for Cross-border Semantic Interoperability.
3. The common cross-border regulations needed to ensure the security of the dataset.
The webinar serves as a source of input for the development of a List of Instruments outlining the semantic and data security framework required for the delivery of eCMR, KYC and e-receipt services. The list of instruments will be shared with public agencies in charge of the delivery of eCMR, KYC and e-Receipt in the BSR. The list of instruments will also be disseminated at EU forums where there are discussions on the semantic interoperability of e-Services.
Webinar is held in English! Please register HERE.
Agenda for the webinar:
Moderator of the day: Egidijus Skrodenis (Infobalt Lithuania and DINNOCAP WP3 lead)
1. Welcome and introduction to DINNOCAP - Kristi Aruküla (Project manager DINNOCAP)
2. The vision of the Governance Framework - Idongesit Williams (Aalborg University, Denmark)
3. Brief presentation of instruction and task for the break out rooms - Idongesit Williams (Aalborg University, Denmark)
4. Breakout sessions
KYC breakout session - coordinator - Rainer Osanik (MKM Estonia)
eReceipt breakout session - coordinator - Sirli Heinsoo (MKM Estonia)
eCMR breakout session- coordinator - Heiti Mering (MKM Estonia)
5. Plenum and feedback from groups
Feedback from Rainer Osanik on the agreed KYC semantic model and data security rules
Feedback from Sirli Heinsoo on the agreed on eReceipt semantic model and data security rules
Feedback from Heiti Mering on the agreed on eCMR semantic model and data security rules
Q&A to the showcase leads.
6. Presentation on next steps - Idongesit Williams (Aalborg University, Denmark)
7. Wrap up.
Please contact Sirli Heinsoo at email@example.com (for e-receipt), Rainer Osanik at firstname.lastname@example.org (for KYC), Heiti Mering at email@example.com (for eCMR) and Idongesit Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org (for general questions) if you would like to have more information about the webinar.