Immuni is a mobile app that helps us to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by notifying users at risk of carrying the virus as early as possible
Pubblicato da Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri
Contatto tecnico Ministero della Salute
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Stato di sviluppo: stabile
Funzionalità del software
BLE Contact Tracing
Upload Recent Temporary Exposure Keys
Leverages the Apple and Google Exposure Notification framework
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Informazioni di dettaglio
Ultimo rilascio 2020-05-24 (1.0.0)
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Documentazione API immuni API
Immuni is a technological solution that centres on an iOS and Android smartphone app. It helps us to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by notifying users at risk of carrying the virus as early as possible—even when they are asymptomatic. These users can then isolate themselves to avoid infecting others, and seek medical advice.
Immuni’s design and development are based on five main principles: utility, accuracy, scalability, transparency, and privacy.
It features a contact tracing system based on Bluetooth Low Energy:
- When two users come sufficiently close to each other for long enough, their devices record each other’s _rolling proximity identifier_ in their local memory. These identifiers are generated from _temporary exposure keys_ and change multiple times each hour. These keys are **generated randomly** and change once per day. - When a user tests positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19, they have the option to upload to a server their recent temporary exposure keys. This operation can only happen with the validation of a **healthcare operator.** - The app periodically downloads the new temporary exposure keys and uses them to derive the infected users’ rolling proximity identifiers for the recent past. It then matches them against those stored in the device’s memory and **notifies the user** if a risky contact has occurred. - The system uses **no geolocation data** whatsoever, including GPS data. So, the app cannot tell where the contact with a potentially contagious user took place, nor the identities of those involved.
To implement its contact tracing functionality, Immuni leverages the Apple and Google Exposure Notification framework. This allows Immuni to be more resilient than otherwise would be possible.
Besides the temporary exposure keys, the Immuni app also sends to the server some analytics data. These include epidemiological and technical information, and are sent for the purpose of helping the National Healthcare Service (Servizio Sanitario Nazionale) to provide effective assistance to users, in compliance with art. 6.2.b and 6.3 of the Law Decree 28/2020.
Immuni is being developed while paying a lot of attention to user privacy and a number of measures have been taken to protect it. For example, the app collects no personal data that would disclose the user’s identity, such as the user’s name, age, address, email, or phone number.