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One of the most important components of the EDI is the European ID Wallet.

The introduction of the European Digital Identity and the European ID Wallet can be a milestone in the digitization of the mobility sector within the EU. By facilitating digital transactions and increasing the efficiency and safety of travel, these technologies can represent a major step forward in achieving a fully integrated and digital European mobility experience. However, its success strongly depends on widespread acceptance and effective implementation by government agencies, businesses and citizens alike.

Currently, only about six out of ten EU citizens in 14 Member States can use their national electronic ID in another country. In all EU countries taken together, only 14% of all major public service providers still accept such electronic proof from another country, for example to check someone's identity without an additional password. This does not happen very often, but the number of cases is increasing.

The European Digital Identity (EDI) is a groundbreaking initiative launched by the European Commission to facilitate secure and cross-border digital transactions within the European Union. This unique digital ID platform aims to provide European citizens and businesses with the ability to prove their identity, sign documents and use various services online without having to create multiple accounts or present physical documents.

One of the most important components of the EDI is the European ID Wallet. This wallet provides a secure and user-friendly storage for digital IDs, which allows users to validate their identity online and make transactions. This reduces reliance on physical IDs and improves the security of online transactions as the wallet uses advanced security technologies.

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The EDI and ID Wallet must be able to work seamlessly with various systems and technologies within the mobility sector.

The European ID Wallet and European Digital Identity can have a significant impact on the mobility sector, given their potential to improve the efficiency and ease of travel within the EU. With the EDI, citizens can prove their identity and digitally arrange services such as ticketing, check-in at airports or hotels, car rental and more. This eliminates the need to present physical documents such as passports or driver's licenses, making traveling much easier and faster.

Despite the many advantages of the EDI and ID Wallet, it is ultimately up to the individual user to adopt these technologies.

There are countless situations where you could use such a European digital identity. The European ID Wallet integrates with local transport systems, making it easy for travelers to pay for public transport and other services. This enables a seamless travel experience regardless of location within the EU. Services such as car sharing, bike sharing and other sharing economy platforms can benefit from the EDI. Users can verify their identity and use services securely and efficiently without the need for physical IDs or separate accounts.

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The EDI system makes it possible to store digital driving licenses and vehicle registrations in the European ID Wallet. This makes the verification of driving authorization and vehicle data much more efficient, which can be especially useful in situations such as traffic checks or when renting vehicles.

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