The second, large-scale pilot of euCONSENT has been running during February 2022, with the participation of children, parents and adults across five different European countries: Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece and the UK. The main objective of this pilot is to test the euCONSENT system with a big number of real users, which allows us to receive their feedback, understand the acceptability of our solution, identify potential problems, and eventually further improve euCONSENT.
Even though the main testing subject is the interoperability amongst different age verification and parental consent providers, the results of this pilot are also very useful for the individual providers who participate as the first nodes in the euCONSENT network, as they have been able to get valuable insight regarding various aspects of their proprietary solutions (performance, UX, security, etc.)
The results of the pilot, as presented in this updated version of the report, are based on the final data that we have gathered. 1.757 people overall have participated in the pilot and have successfully completed at least one mission, which exceeds the initial target of 1.600 participants. Out of these participants, 1.417 (81%) have been able to complete two missions and 1.105 (63%) have completed three missions. This number does not meet the main KPI that we had set before the pilots (80% for all three missions). However, through the feedback that we have received from the surveys, the user support tickets, and the data gathered by the participating providers, we are confident that we will be able to identify all the pain points, improve both the solution and the pilot setup, and meet the KPI by the end of the last pilot.
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