Citopia partsTRAK is a federated Web3 infrastructure designed to enable the creation of scalable supply chain track-and-trace applications while preserving organizations’ and consumers’ data privacy in compliance with the EU’s Global Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, (2016) the California Privacy Rights Act, or CPRA (2020), and the White House’s Federal Zero Trust Strategy (2022).
Interoperable, privacy-preserving, and trusted multiparty track-and-trace systems are needed to effectively manage assets in the value chain and empower consumers to make informed purchasing decisions. Greater asset transparency enabled by Citopia partsTRAK will streamline operations and lead to more resilient and greener global supply chains, helping to promote sustainable and ethical sourcing, reduce bottlenecks, and simplify business processes for asset tracking, maintenance, and recalls.
Citopia partsTRAK provides a technology, vendor, and cloud-agnostic ecosystem of interoperable applications that allows stakeholders to securely communicate, transact, and collaborate on multiparty business processes. partsTRAK leverages W3C Verifiable Credentials (VCs) and Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) standards together with cryptographic zero-knowledge proofs to ensure that the Self-Sovereign Digital Twins™ (SSDTs™) of ecosystem stakeholders such as EV batteries, manufacturers, suppliers, and consumers are compatible, can communicate, and can transact while preserving data privacy.
Note: MOBI, Citopia, and the Integrated Trust Network (ITN) will not build the applications being demonstrated in these pilots; rather, the purpose of each pilot is simply to test the underlying Web3 technology for potential use cases. The use cases are selected by MOBI Working Groups members. Learn more about MOBI Working Groups
EV Battery Track and Trace for Vehicle Manufacturers, Suppliers, Dealers, and Vehicle Owners
In 2021, MOBI’s Supply Chain Working Group developed a pilot around downstream & upstream traceability in the EV battery supply chain. The pilot focused on defining capabilities to enable the creation of global battery passports.