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Discover EBSI's
USE CASES

Understand the entire Lifecycle of the EBSI use cases and how they are implemented.

Introduction

EBSI supports the creation of cross-border services that help citizens and businesses manage identity & educational credentials and social security coverage.

These use cases aim to facilitate the mobility of students, young professionals and entrepreneurs as well as guaranteeing and verifying the authenticity of digital information in different sectors.

This is the first set of use cases that has been selected according to the process described below. More will come in the future.

How does the EBSI Use Case Lifecycle work?

01

Identification and selection

Potential use cases are suggested by the EBP members who then select the most promising ones that will go to the next stage. Convenors are appointed to lead each Use Cases.

02

Design and development

The convenors will gather the requirements and shape the specifications of the Use Cases together with a team of experts. The specifications will then be developed and implemented by the EBSI technical team.

03

Testing and piloting

The first implementation will be tested and piloted by Member States' projects participating in the early adopters Programme. Feedback received by the early adopters is then integrated by the EBSI Technical team.

04

Deployment in production

Once the specifications and the implementation have reached a certain level of stability, they are deployed into production on the EBSI network.

 

Navigating the EBSI Use Cases

EBSI supports the creation of cross-border services that help citizens and businesses manage identity & educational credentials and social security coverage.

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Identity

The Self-Sovereign Identity Use Case will demonstrate that EBSI can implement cross-border verification of identity credentials allowing users to create and control their own identity across borders.

Documentation (opens in a new tab)

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Diploma

The Diploma Use Case will demonstrate that EBSI can implement cross-border verification of educational credentials. This means that a diploma issued by Member State A can be verified by a university or third party, e.g. “employer” from Member State B.

Documentation (opens in a new tab)

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Social security

The European Social Security Pass Use Case will demonstrate that EBSI can implement cross-border verification of social security coverage of posted workers, i.e. verification of the PDA-1 document. This means that a Social Security competent institution in a Member State issues the PDA-1 document as a verifiable attestation and an inspector in another Member State verifies it.

Coming soon

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Document traceability

The Document traceability Use Case aims to leverage blockchain to create trusted digital audit trails, automate compliance checks – for example in time-sensitive processes – and to prove data integrity. The intention is also to serve as generic registration and traceability capabilities for other EBSI Use cases.

Documentation (opens in a new tab)

Coming soon

Besides these three, more Use Cases will follow soon: Document Traceability, Trust Data Sharing, SME Financing and Asylum Process Management.

It will be possible to take part in the Use Cases development. More information can be found on the Early Adopters Programme page.

Want to experience the future with EBSI?

Become an early adopter by enrolling into the programme now and take part in the development of a Use Case.

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EBSI across all domains

EBSI will continue to implement a wide range of cross-border use cases and services for public and private entities in many different domains

  • Business
  • Administration
  • Audit
  • Diploma
  • Identity
  • Customs
  • Financing
  • Social Security

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