The MADE project has started the implementation phase
December 13th, 2017
The European project Multiple Access to eDelivery (MADE), led by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and in which three other Spanish entities also participate: the Universitat Politècnica de València, Edicom and Leading Management Technology Group forming a transnational consortium in which the Danish companies Officient and Bizbrains, the Norwegian company Aksesspunkt, the Dutch company eConnect and the Icelandic firm Unimaze also take part.
The objective of the project is the implementation of six access points integrating the AS4 protocol (Applicability Statement 4) for the exchange of electronic files between the companies involved and the rest of public and private entities that have updated their systems integrating the aforementioned protocol.
In a previous phase of requirements evaluation, a review of the PEPPOL and e-SENS protocol requirements was carried out, an agenda was established for the simultaneous implementation of access points, AS4 server configuration, protocol implementation and connection to the SMP server, always considering a contingency plan supported by the wide experience of the participants that helps to reduce or eliminate possible delays. After the evaluation phase, the project has entered the implementation phase that will culminate in the testing of conformity, connectivity, and interoperability tests that will demonstrate that the exchange of electronic files across the borders of the countries involved is carried out without errors. Connectivity, conformability and interoperability tests are to be carried out following the guidelines of the European Commission.
Código del proyecto: INEA/CEF/ICT/A2016/1278042
Número de la acción: 2016-ES-IA-0063
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