Decentralise the digital twins of your customers made of all their personal data on their side. Then enrich and match them with your products to unlock the value of personal data while preserving your customers' legal rights.
Companies’ products and end-users digital twins made of their personal data (social networks, utilities, banks, shopping, transportation, …) are organised in knowledge graphs, processed and enriched in temporary computing environments in order to understand and anticipate end-users needs or wills and address them in a non-intrusive way.
This way we ensure that no raw data sources remain accessible, but only needed insights for a specific purpose.
End-users can use their “Passport” in order to give secured and controlled access to their digital twins for a specific purpose proposed by a company directly from their digital user experiences.
Through the passport, end-users are providing companies with just the data they need, nothing more.
End-users consents for personal data fetching and treatment are also made generic through consent templates which allow companies to remain compliant all along the data lifecycle.
It also ensures their end-users full control over their digital twins meaning their raw data and the insights generated.
Through accessing to their customers' digital twins, companies can collect the needed insights for their hyper-personalisation strategies, no matter their industry or business goals.
Digital twins to improve people's finance.
Digital twins to make the way people move better.
Digital twins to help people be in better form.
Digital twins for relevant content curation.
Digital twins to make our planet more sustainable.
Digital twins for career paths suiting who people really are.
Digital twins for a more efficient public administration.
Digital twins for open innovation and collaboration.