DIGITAL PRODUCT PASSPORT
IN 8 LEVELS
The DPP module supports the new EU Act on Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) including the “EU Digital Product Passport”. Under the new regulation, the DPP must ensure that all actors along the value chain, including consumers, economic operators and national authorities, can access product information relevant to them, as well as include the necessary data attributes to enable the tracking of all substances of concern throughout the life cycle of the product.
DPP will also improve traceability of products along the value chain and facilitate the verification of product compliance by national authorities. UNISOT DPP extends these requirements by providing functionality for Deep Consumer Engagement, such as Consumer Communication Channel and Loyalty Certificates.
Digitally Signed I In-depth Information I Verified Data
1. Product Branding
General Product & Marketing information. Product and Producer story. Pictures, Videos, Texts.
2. Provable Product Information
Package-unique QR-codes, enables package distinct Data, Attributes, Locations, Ingredients, Provenance, Chain-of-Custody, Sustainability.
3. Consumer Communication Channel
Enable customers to give feedback about their experience of the product . To gain quality consumer insights.
4. Loyalty Certificates
To establish an emotional connection with consumers. Enable consumers to buy a loyalty certificate to support a producer (or charitable causes e.g., UNICEF, WWF, Save the Children, etc.)
5. Buying Online
Enable customers to re-order the product online.
Enable customers to participate in gaming e.g., Lucky Number.
7. Social Media Sharing
Enable consumers to share their positive impression of a product to their friends.
8. Circular Economy/Package Deposit
Enable consumers to get reimbursed when returning package materials to a recycling point
The Digital Product Passport is based on the UNISOT Global Inventory Management functionality. By facilitating a unique identity on every single asset, product or item – often in the form of a printed QR code or build in RFID – customers are able to access all relevant and specific product information in the UNISOT Digital Product Passport by simply scanning the QR code or reading the RFID chip with their smart phone.
Producers can provide specific curated brand information about the history of the product and producer, images and videos about the production methods. Producers will be able to strengthen their brand loyalty.
The Product DNA function displays all ingredients and parts in a graphical tree diagram allowing the user to browse through each part and get detailed information about every single part or ingredient.
The Track and Trace function displays the specific product and its parts’ journey from production to the moment of scanning on a map, allowing the user to see the whole journey of the product provenance.
The Data function displays important data as easily comprehensible graphs, such as the products temperature during transport, the total energy and water consumption as well as for example historical CO2 emission.
The Digital Product Passport is based on the Global Inventory Management functionality.
GLOBAL INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
The GIM module enables you to get visibility of all moving parts and be in control of your incoming supplies and outgoing products. UNISOT GIM is an extension to your internal ERP’s Inventory Management Systems and Warehouse Management Systems, enhancing your viewpoint outside of your own organization. UNISOT GIM lets you connect to your suppliers and sub-suppliers to get advanced notice of any misalignments, as well as enable you to track & monitor your products on their way through the supply chain to the end client.