Enabling the Circular Economy with Digital Product Passports
DIgital product passport
What is a decentralized Digital Product Passport?
A Digital Product Passport is a digital representation of a physical product, such as a battery. Spherity's concept has the following characteristics
Easy to integrate
- Our digital solution enables your compliance.
- Certified according to SAP Certified Cloud Solution standards.
- Communication between supply chain actors and supply chain management systems.
- The technology is based on W3C Standards. Using W3C Decentralised Identifiers the Digital Product Passport is globally unique.
Boost your compliance with regulatory requirements introduced by the New EU Battery Regulation
The goal is to increase trustworthy, verifiable information about batteries, textiles, building and electronics; its reuse, its content, and the recycling process. Companies operating in the EU-wide manufacturing and trade industry will need to comply with the regulations and will be required to implement a digital product passport.
Our Chief Innovation & Solutions Officer, Dr. Susanne Guth-Orlowski is interviewing personalities that have made an impact in defining the Digital Product Passport Regulations or will implement the first DPP Prototypes.
Product Passport Pioneers #2 with Ilias Iakovidis, European Commission
In this episode, Dr. Susanne Guth-Orlowski, Chief Innovation & Solution Officer at Spherity, talks to Ilias Iakovidis, Adviser of the European Commission, DG Connect, who has worked on the definition of the digital product passport...
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Accessing Digital Product Passports with Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs)
How DIDs can serve as a single point of truth for the digital twins of products. Product information of tomorrow will be digital, i.e. every product will have a digital twin. The first regulation that is mandating...
The Digital Product Passport and its technical implementation
One hurdle in achieving the circular economy is the lack of trustworthy, verifiable information about the product reuse, its content and recycling potential. A digital product passport can close this information gap...