eSSIF-Lab has already kicked-off the programme for another 7 proposals selected, out of 29 that were submitted before the second deadline of the Infrastructure-oriented Open Call. Selected projects are to contribute with open source technical enhancements and extensions of the SSI Framework of the eSSIF-Lab project.
2nd tranche winners are the following:
|Verifier Universal Interface by Gataca España S.L.||Building Standard APIs for Verifier components to enable SSI interoperability|
|Automated data agreements to simplify SSI work flows by LCubed AB||Adopt SSI and make it consumable for both organisations and end-users (operated under the brand iGrant.io)|
|Presentation Exchange – Credential Query Infra by Sphereon B.V.||Presentation Exchange Interop and Integration|
|Letstrust.org by SSI Fabric GmbH||Self-Sovereign Identity for everyone: Enterprise & Consumer Cloud Wallet (OIDC-based), Credentials & SDKs as a basis for applications – free|
|WordPreSSI Login by Associazione Blockchain Italia||Improving and completing a set of generic, open-source Java libraries for working with DIDs and VCs|
|SSI Java Libraries by Danube Tech GmbH||Improving and completing a set of generic, open-source Java libraries for working with DIDs and VCs|
|NFC DID VC Bridge by Gimly||Enabling the use of NFC secure elements as DID and VC transport for off-line and online identity, authorizations and access management|
The Infrastructure Development Instrument will support these innovators to provide scalable and interoperable open source SSI components for eSSIF-Lab Framework with up to € 155,000 funding.
Selected companies under this instrument will have the opportunity to take part in a very active and collaborative ecosystem with other eSSIF-Lab participants to:
- improve framework’s vision, architecture, specifications etc.
- ensure interoperability (at the technical and process levels) and
- address each other’s issues jointly.
Would you like to join them?
Follow the updates of this initial batch of winners, about the current open call and about the next deadline (on June 2021) in the eSSIF-Lab space of the NGI Online Community!