Arvato Systems on Schedule with Central Products for Telematics Infrastructure (TI)
• Arvato Systems successfully completes product authorization and makes central components for TI available for further trials already in mid-July
• Components for the central TI meet the very highest quality and security requirements
Gütersloh, Germany – After having successfully completed product authorization for central products in the eGK telematics infrastructure in mid-July, Arvato Systems is now ready for further trials in the productive environment.
Arvato Systems will also be responsible for the highly complex design and operation of central infrastructure services and environments as part of the introduction of the eHealth card.
By transferring the ‘data highway,’ the central component of the eHealth card, into the productive environment, Arvato Systems is on schedule for establishing the basis for further trials with approximately 1,000 service providers in the North-West and South-East trial regions. Further trials can begin in the live system as soon as the provision of decentralized components of batches 1 and 2 has been successfully completed.