Supply Chain Compliance with
Digital Product Passports
Enabling the circular economy with Spherity’s Digital Product Passport Solution, VERA.
Revolutionize your battery management with VERA and Claritas
The synergy between Spherity’s VERA and RCS Global’s Claritas introduces a game-changing solution for the battery sector. Powered by our technology, the Battery Passport offers car and battery manufacturers the ability to issue digital battery passports, making product traceability easier than ever.
Boost your compliance with new
EU Battery Regulation
VERA allows you to securely exchange data with your suppliers and create Digital Product Passports that demonstrate your compliance with new regulations. It makes the data in your passport digitally verifiable and you'll have complete control over your data, deciding who can access it. Plus, the DPP is an invaluable tool for tracking your product's journey throughout its entire lifecycle, from use to re-use and recycling.
What is a decentralized Digital Product Passport?
A Digital Product Passport is a digital representation of a physical product. Spherity's concept has the following characteristics:
Easy to integrate
- Access easy-to-use web applications using our well-documented and clean REST APIs for your staff and suppliers.
- Confirms technical and functional standards set by SAP, ensuring compatibility, performance, and reliability throughout.
- Connect with stakeholders seamlessly, no matter what software they use. Our platform boasts protocol-level interoperability, aligning effortlessly with industry standards like Catena-X and Gaia-X. We follow the Battery Pass Content Guidance for Battery Passport semantics.
- Our solution actively promotes adoption and avoids vendor lock-in by adhering to W3C-specified standards like Decentralized Identifiers and Verifiable Credentials — open, free of charge, permissionless, decentralized, and accessible for implementation by anyone!
Find a selection of recent publications ranging from articles, videos, to podcast episodes.
The world’s first decentralized, verifiable Battery Passport
In this article we show the first working Battery Passport whose authenticity can be proven and that links to verifiable supply chain data, such as a third party Due Diligence report. Battery Passports must be attached to each battery that is placed on the European Market starting from February, 2027...
Dr. Susanne Guth-Orlowski
World's first decentralized and verifiable Digital Product Passport
Here's the world's first Digital Product Passport (DPP) that is decentralized and verifiable. Digital Product Passport is regulated under the new eco-design for sustainable products regulation (ESPR) to implement the European Green Deal...
Product Passport Pioneers - #2 with Ilias Iakovidis, European Commission
Dr. Susanne Guth-Orlowski, talks to Ilias Iakovidis, Advisor of the European Commission, DG Connect, who has worked on the definition of the digital product passport in both legislations, the new Battery Regulation and the Proposal for Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation...