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Use cases  Consumer product   Passport for consumer products

Passports for products aimed at consumers

To ensure a customized and transparent customer experience, select the precise information you want to share with your downstream customers. This information can then be accessed by scanning the unique identifier on your product, such as a QR code.


Transparency enabled by blockchain

Present the details you would like your clients to know.

selective exchange of data

Make use of our Smart Questioning technology to select the precise data points you want to make public, guaranteeing the security of sensitive information and fostering traceability.

Verifiable sustainability statements

Ensure the validity of your sustainability claims by depending on primary, audited data. This will protect your proprietary data and stop greenwashing.

Available to the public

Provide your customers with convenience and transparency by creating digital product labels that can be accessed by scanning your product tag or barcode. This will allow you to display your product information exactly as you wish.

Assurance of genuineness

Blockchain technology allows you to produce a digital label that verifies the authenticity of your product to customers, thereby stopping the spread of fake goods and boosting consumer confidence in your brand.

The advantages of employing ASM

Tools for tracing

Regardless of the complexity of the supply chain, consider the origins of the goods' sourcing, their material composition, and the chain of custody.

selective exchange of data

Maintain control over the degree of access that your supply chain partners are given to particular data points and have faith in the security of your information.

Life cycle evaluation

Use product carbon footprinting and life cycle assessment as sustainable business practices.

The adoption of digital product passports by industries

Introduce traceability in the automotive industry.

How it works

How to use Digital Product Passports for the Cellular Economy

The existing mechanisms for disseminating data about the origin and effects of materials are unreliable and ineffective. However, there is now a more effective method available.

Include original data

Every participant in the supply chain contributes information pertinent to their goods and effects, deciding who has access to it.

Added verification

Additionally included is documentation attesting to adherence to rules, regulations, and certification programs.

DPPs are materially oriented.

Throughout the supply chain, the digital product passports travel with the tangible goods and are updated at every stop.

Verifiable assertions

Based on real and verified data, a comprehensive collection of product details is assembled, offering precise insight into the environmental impact of your products.

Relevant sources

September 10, 2023  
Webinar recordings    60 minutes

Blockchain-based solutions for sustainable chemistry: the importance of traceability

September 10, 2023  
Webinar recordings    60 minutes

Gaining insight into the supply chain of Porsche

September 10, 2023  
Webinar recordings    60 minutes

Whitepaper on the cellular economy: Smart Questioning Technology

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