Logius seminar | Governmental Identification and Authorization Services @ Madurodam
Oct 31 @ 10:00 – 18:15

10.00-10.30   Registration and coffee
10.30-11.00   Welcome and introduction seminar
11.00-12.00   Session 1 | Enabling multiple digital identities for citizens
12.00-12.30   Coffee break
12.30-13.30   Session 2 | Growing need for digital mandates
13.30-14.45   Lunch
14.45-15.45   Session 3 | eIDAS implementation
15.45-16.00   Closing words
16.00-17.00   Guided tour in the park of Madurodam
17.00-18.15   Networking reception
18.15   End

Please register through this link
. Seminar admission will be free of charge, including lunch and drinks.

The event will be held at Madurodam, which is close and easy to reach from Amsterdam airport Schiphol by train or car (45 Km.). Madurodam is a miniature park and tourist attraction in The Hague in the Netherlands. The park consists of 1:25 scale model replicas of famous Dutch landmarks, historical cities and large developments. The address is: George Maduroplein 1 in The Hague, The Netherlands. Public service tram number 9 will stop right in front of the location.

If you want to expand your visit to the Netherlands, we recommend the following hotels which are perfectly accessible by tram 9 which stops at the seminar location:

  Hampshire Hotel Babylon in The Hague | Next to central station and 6 stops to Madurodam
 – Europe Bilderberg Hotel en Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus in Scheveningen | Stop Kurhaus  and 4 stops to Madurodam
  Carlton Beach Hotel in Scheveningen | Stop Zwarte Pad and 5 stops to Madurodam



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