Our solution focuses on an end-to-end tracking which allows for unification across the entire supply chain, among all carriers.
Increased supply chain speed and flexibility with real-time tracking for all partners. Examples: product recalls, governmental and normative compliance, inter-company collaboration.2. Fraud and transparency of the origin
Customers want to know where the goods come from. Security is the key to fighting fraud and counterfeiting. Examples: food safety and product, verification of authenticity, verification of labels (organic, AOP, etc).3. Redundant and incomplete data
The data currently is based in silos, they are different from one organization to another and/or often incomplete. Examples: management of purchase orders, management of delivery vouchers, different intercompany references and more.4. Workflow automation
To reduce friction, automate operations, avoid disputes, loss of confidence. Examples: automated commands, automatic payments, commercial promotions.
Through our “Capsule concept” we're able to track the history of product via links to all traceability data and more. In fact, the capsule is a token that is linked to a batch or product and thus allows the transfer of value and ownership between the different actors of a supply chain.
For the most extensive food traceability - from field to fork - we must start by knowing information about the land like soil moisture, surface temperature, photosynthetic activity, pollution, input management, farm management recording, etc.
Sensors and IOTs are excellent sources of data for traceability, which allows data to be obtained automatically and "reliably" throughout the supply chain and processes.
The human is always the first source of data thanks to its senses which are very sophisticated sensors. Nevertheless the human can make mistakes. It will therefore be necessary, as far as possible, to automate the data and to keep the human being as supervisor of these data or for exceptional data.
We've been working on this for a while.
Research & Ideation
Research & Ideation - Proof of concept
Draft technical exploration of idea + Engineering details and software architecture
Blockchain solution working prototype with pilot partners - MVP
Whitepaper published, gathering feedback and data from academics and peer-reviewed studies
Private Beta with pilot partners tests and pioneer / early adopter
Integration of new features and test
Global, distributed team
Blockchain EngineerSan Jose, USAWinston Hoyle
Geospatial Data EngineerWashington D.C., USAKevin Bardoux
Team LeadSaint-Malo, FranceShubham Kumar Chadokar
Blockchain EngineerBengaluru, IndiaTomas Peterka
AI Engineer/Software ResearchPrague, CzechiaRishabh Varshney
Product DesignerToronto, Canada
We're working with the following partners, more to be announced in 2018
La French Tech Rennes St Malo is a program to put France amongst the big start-up nations through acceleration programs and international promotion. Rennes / Saint-Malo is one of the first regional clusters that were awarded this highly competitive label. Our areas of expertise are Cybersecurity/Privacy, Edtech/Entertainment & Foodtech.Saint-Malo, France
The Emergys incubator is a support system for business creation projects originating from or in connection with public or private research laboratories. It brings together the seven technopoles of Brittany, 22 research and higher education institutions, as well as financial partners, innovation players and institutions.Brittany, France
The Rennes Atalante Association was set up in 1984 by Greater Rennes Council (Rennes Métropole) at the same time as the Science & Technology Park. Seen as a means to economic development through innovation and technologies, its aim is to stimulate the expansion and location of technology companies in the Ille et Vilaine area and to encourage the start-up of new activities with high added value.Saint-Malo, France
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