Cybernetica began to develop Unified eXchange Platform (UXP) in 2015, after nearly 15 years of building the world-renowned e-Government backbone, the Estonian X-Road. UXP is an enhanced version of the X-Road, tailored for easy implementation in countries and organisations outside Estonia. Cybernetica is working on several pilots and implementations of the technology all over the world.

Namibia Governmental Interoperability Framework

Cybernetica implemented the e-Government interoperability system Nam-X for the Namibian Government in cooperation with e-Governance Academy. The development of the solution started in 2015 and was based on the improved Estonian data interoperability layer, the X-road (the UXP). The project was implemented as an initiative under the leadership of the Office of the Prime Minister of Namibia with six governmental organisations participating in the pilot phase.

Ukraine Interoperability Framework

Cybernetica implemented the e-Government interoperability system for Ukrainian Government. The solution, called Trembita, will launched in 2018 and is based on the improved Estonian data exchange layer X-road (UXP platform). Trembita was implemented in close collaboration with the State Agency of Ukraine for e-Government within the support programme EGOV4UKRAINE.

Haiti Interoperability Framework

Cybernetica implemented the UXP secure data exchange platform in Haiti in collaboration with Chemonics, Inc as part of the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS) project financed by USAID. Cybernetica provided the UXP technology to provide secure data exchange between 12 government ministries.

NATO Interoperability Framework

Cybernetica UXP technology has been showcased at several NATO events since collaboration started in 2017 with NATO ACT aiming to use the technology to improve NATO’s interoperability capability. Allied Command Transformation (ACT) is a NATO military command, which was formed in 2003. Allied Command Transformation promotes and leads many initiatives designed to transform NATO’s military structure, its forces, capabilities and doctrine and aims to use UXP to enhance interoperability capability and secure data exchange between NATO member states.

Estonian X-Road

The story of X-Road started in 2000 when the Estonian government started to investigate ways to organize the communication between government entities. These seminars and debates led to the first X-Road project in 2001 with Cybernetica being responsible for implementing the data exchange solution. The first version of the X-Road, developed by Cybernetica, went live in 2001. Cybernetica has continued to develop the X-Road since.