is the core developer of OriginTrail
, the open-source Decentralized Knowledge Graph. Trace Labs is building essential infrastructure for Web3 technologies and data sources, transforming raw data into connected knowledge. Their technology is being used by global enterprises (e.g. over 40% of US imports including Walmart, Costco, Home Depot are exchanging security audits with OriginTrail DKG) in multiple industries, such as the pharmaceutical industry, international trade, decentralized applications, and beyond. Trace Labs has been awarded a grant through the NGI Search
open call for the ChatDKG project, a platform that aims to provide privacy and trust in the search and discovery of crucial knowledge assets aiming to improve the environmental sustainability of the built environment in the EU. It improves semantic analysis techniques based on key industrial ontologies and helps users by bringing new ways of discovering/accessing information on various built environment topics while preserving their privacy. The platform uses a decentralized knowledge graph (DKG) to organize and index information from various internet resources, both public and private, such as scientific, industrial, and environmental data or IoT devices. The DKG ensures that information is structured, accurate, trusted, and discoverable and it incentivizes crowdsourced data generation and curation. By combining privacy and trust with cutting-edge search and discovery tools, we aim to create a comprehensive resource for sustainable built environment stakeholders.