The MADE project has successfully completed the connectivity tests
May 4th, 2018
The European companies participants in the Multiple Access to eDElivery (MADE) project, Bizbrains, Akssesspunkt, Edicom, Officient, eConnect and Unimaze have successfully passed the connectivity tests with the European Commission’s AS4 access point. The tests have shown that the new access points establish a communication in compliance with the CEF e-Delivery specifications contemplated by the European Commission.
Connectivity tests provide a first test of the solutions’ operability, as it is an access point capable of recognizing other nodes distributed in the network, although without transferring files. In this instance, the European Commission certifies that the evaluated solution is capable of establishing a communication with a second entity, officiating itself as such.
After completion of the connectivity tests, participants will concentrate their efforts on conducting interoperability tests. Although the connectivity tests allow them to validate the recognition of other AS4 access points, the functionality and operability of the implemented solutions is tested with the file exchange that takes place during the interoperability tests.
The interoperability tests will be carried out through bilateral meetings between the aforementioned participating companies and with the follow-up of the universities, the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, coordinator of the project and the Universitat Politècnica de València and Leading Management Technology Group.
The MADE project, which is co-financed by the European Commission through INEA (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency), began on 1 January 2017 and will end on 31 December 2018 with eDelivery solutions capable of interacting with all available AS4 access points throughout Europe.
For more information about connectivity testing, please visit the official INEA website.
Project code: INEA/CEF/ICT/A2016/1278042
Share number: 2016-ES-IA-0063
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