zoetermeer - everyone can have his license on his smartphone in a few years. The Department of Road Transport (RDW) expects the technology around 2020 offers enough security to make this possible.
'At present, international work on developing a standard and be done tests with apps that should make this possible,' said Bas van den Berg, unit manager Licences in the RDW. 'Well, there will be with us for additional safeguards are needed, because we license our country also used as identification. '
Van den Berg said that when the RDW retired from the paper license. Since last Saturday, the 'pink paper' is no longer valid and as identification in traffic.
'We go with the times and now have the security features that are applied in such a way improved and innovative, that are no longer applicable to paper. We now choose the plastic card and so a few years before the addition of the smartphone. '
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