After the successful execution of the first early (non-functional) pilot in September, which provided us with some very useful feedback regarding the acceptability of the solution’s user experience from the end users, our next step is to validate the first functional release of euCONSENT through a large-scale pilot across five member states. The actual execution of the pilot will take place during January and February 2022 in Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece and the UK, with several preparatory activities starting from November 2021.
We estimate the participation of up to 1,600 children, parents and adults without children, in different age ranges and with diverse demographics. In order to create a more fun experience for the participating children, the pilot is designed in the form of an online treasure hunt, where the participants will be asked to complete a few missions, and get a code word after each mission, with which they can prove their eligibility to receiving a small reward after successfully completing all missions (and gathering all the code words). The missions are grouped under pathways, with different pathways (and missions) for adults, children under the age of digital consent, children over the age of digital consent, and the parents of the children under the age of digital consent. The missions are designed in such a way that will allow us to test all the main scenarios both for age verification and parental consent.
Read more in the “D6.1 Pilot Scenarios and Demonstration Activities Plan”, download the document using the button above.