He works for DXC Technology as a solution architect, and has experience as a developer or analyst. He wants to connect business, application and technology perspective with an emphasis on the value it brings to the customer. For more than ten years, he has been working on agile development methods, including in the eGovernment environment. He likes to take on new challenges and, together with his team, he tries to motivate the people around him to create a good solution together.
Where have we moved in the last six months in digital documents? Surrounding countries have them or are launching them, how far are we in Slovakia? We will also talk about the new eID 2.0 signing options. And of course, we will look at where the development is heading in the future.
The use of information technologies in a contactless way is increasingly coming to the fore, while it is also enhanced by the increasing use of mobile devices with NFC. Non-contact has gained attention even during the last years marked by anti-pandemic measures and efforts to limit the transmission of the disease through physical contact.
The new generation of identity card (dubbed eID 2.0), issued from December 1, 2022, reflects this trend. By applying the latest technologies in the field of chip technologies, it is possible to use eID 2.0 also in this already known way, e.g. from payment cards or payments by mobile phone - simply attach it.
eID 2.0 increases the overall added value as well as the comfort of users, enables a multi-channel approach and has the ambition to significantly penetrate the commercial sector as well. It becomes the most secure tool compatible with mobile devices, which opens the door to literally all electronic services from any place and at any time.
Does this mean the contact card readers have finished? And does it have something to do with the project Slovakia in Mobile? You will find out if you accept a cordial invitation to the presentation.
Why should a lecture be interesting?
We will not present a vision of artificial intelligence, the possibilities it can achieve. We will talk about real implementation and experience. We will not talk about the top AIs that are capable of defeating the world champions. But we will show how we used the technology to solve a complicated problem. And since we are talking about artificial intelligence, let's just let ourselves down and say some visions.
Each IT system vendor solves the problem of getting historical data. Often they are scattered across different older systems and are not of sufficient quality. Or they are found in documents only as unstructured text, not to mention the paper records. How do you get these data? Which of them can we trust? What if two different systems claim different things and everyone is convinced of their truth?
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The information system for central register of bankrupts(IS RU) is central evidence system which integrates information about bankruptcies, debt relief and restructuring proceedings. IS RU will enable citizens to search the proceedings whether they are individuals or legal entities. Parties will have an opportunity to insight into the electronic file administrator. The part of the solution is the establishment of electronic submissions, for example. Bankruptcy declare proposal or application of claims. During the presentation will be outlined the sources of information on which IS RU is based as well as the final form of the public website.
Can an electronic service be quick, functional, secure and beautiful?
Why not to miss the presentation?
First crossborder electronic service funded by OPIS about electronic verification of IDs. The session will cover nothing less than mobile verification of IDs and it will disproves the cliche that OPIS projects are slow and problematic. Just the opposite is true; it can be done quickly and successfully. The presentation is for everyone interested in sucessfull launch of a functional mobile service with complex technical and legislation demands.
The usage of mobile applications has become the part of our daily life. Nowadays it is not just about reading the emails on the mobile phone but it is about the complex enterprise applications. It is natural that mobile applications are getting into governemnt as well. Due to the mobility, the important information are put to the first line directly to the police officers. Something what couple of years ago would be called sci-fi and maybe also the waste of money for expensive technologies, today is a natural step. Public expects that the traffic inspection will be done fast and effectively by using a modern mobile technologies.
Applications developed for Slovak Ministry of Interior must meet the specific requirements. The application must often deal with very sensitive data and despite of this its important to care about the security of this data. By the way the response time and customer comfort is not just about the convenience, but it is the key factor for the success of the solution in daily usage. What technologies and processes were used during the design and implementation of application for checking and lustration of documents in the NEV project? Can the application be fast as well as functional and moreover nice? Do the informatics have an ability to meet the requirements of a stanard customer? All these answers will be answered during the presentation and in addition we will take a look into the kitchen where modern mobile applications are being created.