Atma creates digital product passports (”DPPs”) for physical goods to enable end-to-end tracking and circularity. It has a number of partnerships including with SAP and adidas.
Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), Prada Group, Cartier, Mercedes-Benz, and OTB Group partnered to launch The Aura Blockchain Consortium, to develop a unified blockchain solution for luxury brands for creating a “circular business model” while increasing transparency and trust for the customers.
Circularise is a software platform that creates “Digital Product Passports” - similar to “digital twins” - that allow for end-to-end traceability of supply chains. It has formed a number of major partnerships, including with automobile companies (e.g., Porsche and Mitsubishi), plastics companies (e.g., DOMO and Covestro), chemicals companies (e.g., Borealis) as well as Marubeni Corporation (a Japanese trading and investment conglomerate), Neste (Finnish oil refiner), and the City of Amsterdam.
Constellation is a privately backed, founder-led blockchain ecosystem focused on big data. The US Air Force (UASF) began contracting Constellation through a DOD partnership (”Phase I + II”) in 2019 to modernize the cybersecurity of its backend systems. More specifically, the USAF wants to effectively and efficiently transfer confidential data across their Defense Transportation System commercial airlift partners without sacrificing cost or speed. The USAF and Constellation are now in Phase III of their research and development.
GainForest fights deforestation by connecting donors with transparent environmental rehabilitation efforts through indigenous communities that receive financial compensation for choosing to preserve their land. For example, individuals can buy reputable offsets that contribute to conservation efforts. GainForest then monitors these preserved areas by using a combination of on-the-ground input, drone photos, and satellite imagery, and uses self-executing smart contracts to distribute rewards to communities over time. GainForest has two on-going pilots: a partnership with Paraguay's Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADES) to address deforestation and the other with Oceanus Conservation in the Philippines to preserve mangrove ecosystems.
Medicalchain streamlines information flows in the medical field. It announced a partnership with The Groves Medical Group, making it the first medical practice in the UK to use blockchain technology and to accept cryptocurrency as payment for health services.
Moss tokenizes ARR carbon credits for liquidity, traceability, security and avoiding double spending. In the past, Moss has also launched Amazon Forest NFTs for users to purchase rights related to property and protection of forested land.
Open Forest Protocol (OFP) is an open platform allowing forest projects to measure, report and verify their forestation data. Through OFP, individuals, communities, NGOs, entrepreneurs and governments create transparent, immutable, proof-of-impact data that is comprehensively verified by a network of independent experts.
REBO bottle measures your water intake, generates credits on blockchain for each measured use, and funds plastic collection from the ocean.
For supply chain management, SIMBA has already secured contracts with a number of entities including the US Department of Defense - Air Force (USAF) and Navy - Boeing, Department of Energy, among others.
PepsiCo partnered with Security Matters - a blockchain platform - for a pilot to address inefficiencies in its supply chain.
Maersk and IBM jointly created the TradeLens platform to streamline communication and collaboration across the supply chain. One of the companies using TradeLens is Highland Foods.