The Riders on a large scale (LSP - Large Scale Pilots) of the competitiveness and innovation programme (CIP - Competitiviness and Innovation Program) of the European commission aim to involve different European players (public administrations, service providers and research centres) in the implementation of common solutions to provide cross-border public services online and accessible throughout Europe.
Pilots CIP-LSCP (e-SENS, STORK2, GEN6, epSOS, e-CODEX)
The Spanish government participates in five of them:
- The project STORK2 (Secure idenTity across bORders linKed), which aims to facilitate the creation and adoption of the electronic identification and authentication for both individuals and legal proceeding well in the construction of a single area for Europa, interoperable and sustainable
- The project GEN6 (Goverment ENable with IPv6), whose objective is to boost the deployment of IPv6 in Europa, through the implementation of a series of pioneering experiences of transition to IPv6 in public administrations from different countries, and its spread in the European Union
- The project epSOS (European Patients Smart Open Services), que se centra en el área de sanidad electrónica, y tiene por objetivo conseguir el intercambio de datos básicos sobre los pacientes (como el tipo de sangre ) con el fin de que un médico en otro país pueda acceder al historial médico de un paciente que temporalmente se ha desplazado a su país.
- e – CODEX (e-Justice Communication via Online Data Exchange) seeks to foster cooperation from member states in the field of electronic justice and facilitate collaboration in the implementation of the European payments (EPO), European arrest warrant (EAW) or mutual recognition of financial penalties and fines.
The Last input to complete the construction of the digital single market is the project e-SENS that, based on the results of the five pilot projects on a large scale above, seeks to identify and standardize common blocks to facilitate the creation of a cross-border electronic infrastructure.
More information about the pilots of cross-border electronic services in: