The aim of #GoSAFE is to establish an interoperability model to enable cross border mobility during COVID-19 crisis, based on: (1) Solid national back offices providing information on people infected and (2) the GoSAFE BioSurveillance Kit BSK. The #GoSafe passport is a token or a tag (that can be physical or virtual). Once the user will log in to a generic system of a mobility operator, he/she will ask both for the ticket and at the same time for the virtual token for the assessment of his/her health status with respect to COVID-19. No other data of any other people will be requested from the application.
sends warning messages in real time to operators who exceed adequate safety distances
warns people who have been in contact with people diagnosed with the infection in the immediate past (but not in real time) , and therefore are at risk of contracting the virus
BIO - SURVEILLANCE
supports the acute phase of the epidemic, collecting data from different sources, integrating and harmonizing them in real time to define the evolution of the epidemic itself
GoSAFE’s main goal is to create the conditions and the standards for an EU free COVID-19 passport, in other words a, ‘#GoSafe passport’ that gives the holder the right to travel safely among different countries. The approach is totally privacy-preserving
GoSAFE starts from current standard for collecting passenger locator data (PLF Form) developed as a collaboration among the World Health Organisation (WHO), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
GoSAFE extends the concept of PLF model to all travel operators (hotels, airlines, trains, car rentals, …) allowing to add/remove traveller’s trip attributes
GoSAFE overcomes the problem to have access to swab results or health status of travellers using a traveller declaration form or traveller health screening questionnaire (PLF Form) for self-certification of personal data.