Annual Conference 2021


Date: 13-10-21

EReg hosted its virtual Annual Conference between the 13th and 14th October 2021. During the virtual Annual Conference interesting and relevant topics were discussed such as main developments in the mobility domain, sustainability and environment, data and digitalisation, and the role of the registration authorities herein. For more information, please see Mr. Servi Beckers' invitation to the conference below. 



Agenda EReg Annual Conference – 13th and 14th October


PART I – 13 October


Block one: EReg state of affairs

EReg Agenda 2021-2022 – Liza Abrahamse EReg Secretariat

EReg partnerships

  • Signing partner alliance EReg – CITA


Block two: Environment

  • The role of vehicle and driver registration authorities in achieving cleaner and smarter urban mobility. Speaker: Ivo Cré, Director Policy and Projects, Polis
  • Introduction of Clean Air Zones from the perspective of a registration authority. Speaker: John Hewson, senior manager DVLA, UK


PART II – 14 October


Block three: Keynote speakers on EU developments

  • Presentation on data and digitalisation developments in Europe, Speaker: Christian Dcunha, DG CNECT  
  • Speaker DG MOVE on main developments that impact registration authorities: Frédéric Cornet


Block four: mDL and ISO

  • mDL and update EReg TG XIX – Simo Karppinen, Traficom, Finland (EReg TG XIX Chair)
  • Reporting on mDL test event & ISO developments – Arjan Geluk, UL


Block five: Best-practices

  • NPRA (NO): self-service vehicle information or API vehicle registration
  • RDW (NL): Towards a new data model – a domain-driven design of the Dutch vehicle registration register
  • KBA (DE): Digital copy of a German driving license in an app
  • DGT (ES): miDGT (mDL & eServices app)
  • Swedish Transport Agency (SE): latest procurement of registration plates production
  • AAMVA (US): Foreign Driver License Reciprocity Best Practices


Meeting documents

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