Thus, the two companies solve their promise to develop the Tracing App as transparent as possible. In the Open-Source project, over 65 000 volunteers Software had previously, experts considered that the already released source code and suggestions for improvements made. "This is a commitment that is outstanding, and the clear testimony of a vibrant Software Engineering culture in Germany", - stated in the Declaration.
With the App, the user should be able to identify a personal "level of risk for infection". The App sends anonymized short-term identification numbers via Bluetooth, which can be received by other App users in the vicinity. A user is tested positive for Covid-19, and this Status is in the App captures, will be informed of the other users that are affected by the fact that they have lived in the past in the vicinity of an infected Person.data are not. Central
The App is not only used for the Detection of infection in pregnant encounter situations, but also offers the possibility to transfer test results digital. In the App, users can scan a QR-Code that you received from the doctor or the lab to get the results of the Corona Tests in the application submitted to and view. "This process is controlled by the test result server," said SAP's chief Technology officer Jürgen Müller in a post on Linkedin. "The Server receives the result from the lab and delivers it to the App." The latest releases were "important milestones" on the way to the first official Version of the App, which will stand in the middle of June for iOS and Android on the respective Stores to Download.
Dei the Tests to support the App and the user validation would have worked for SAP and Telekom closely with #healthy together, said Müller. This was an Alliance of European technology companies that want to actively contribute, Covid-19 with digital solutions to curb.
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