MOBILE APP

OrganicSmart

Mobile Web Application

Our web application not only provides consumers with the easiest and most accurate way to find reliable and unaltered information about foods, but it also enables our partners to prove their claim that they serve their customers solely with fresh and quality foods. Additionally, this proof also comes with a fascinatingly designed intelligent system. Accordingly, our partners can take their bran to the next level by marketing with confidence and evidence that their customers will receive the highest quality, safest and freshest foods. In conclusion, our web application is a cutting-edge new platform for the supply chain transparency that will help revolutionize the food industry. 

Our hybrid dual-layer technology with verification process provides a perfect solution for the intelligent food tracking, with transparency in a sense that no critical data of foods can be manipulated. Once such critical information is added to the network, it becomes permanent and cannot be altered. Such truthful and unaltered food information is provided to consumers through the web application interface that we have built.

In order to use the mobile web application our partners will receive their own codes. The codes can be of the form of a unique QR code with a link which efficiently leads consumers to our web app where they have access to the honest information about the available foods in their current location (e.g., a grocery store, a restaurant, etc.). Such information includes the origins, suppliers, producers, distributors, some important tracking records such as time and location data of deliveries, etc. In case of the online search, we also put the links for our partners on the partners page of the OrganicSmart company website.

Mobile Transaction System, powered by OrganicSmart

Mobile Native App

In most situations there are two types of food deliveries: 1) a person-to-person delivery and 2) a drop-off (for off-hours deliveries, supplier put it directly to the fridge if agreed in the contract). Regardless of which type, there are always two parties involved: a supplier and a buyer. In order to keep honest and unaltered data of the delivered foods, the detailed information must be checked and approved by both parties. Such validation process requires a pair of their digital signatures, subsequently uploaded to our secured network for further verification and to a conventional database.

STEP 1
Delivery takes place.
STEP 2
Inspection of the delivered foods by a buyer (or together with a supplier).
STEP 3
Automatic data input using the OCR or semi-automatic manual inputs using a pre-built template. Note that modification of the inserted data may be necessary in case of unacceptable products or missing or incorrect items.
STEP 4
Check (or cross-check) if the displayed data is accurate. Otherwise, modify and check again. If the displayed data is complete and accurate, encrypted digital signatures are required for validation. Validated data will be uploaded to the network for the third-party verification.
STEP 5
When verified by the network users, all of the critical food data is final and immutable as saved in the decentralized database.
STEP 1
A drop-off delivery takes place (typically, off-hours deliveries).
STEP 2
Delivered goods are placed in a specified location (e.g., in the refrigerator) as per the contract. A digital signature of a supplier at the site is required to approve that the package has been delivered. This in-process delivery is now listed as a “pending transaction.”
STEP 3
The buyer receives a notification about a pending transaction. Inspection of the delivered foods by a buyer, followed by automatic or semi-automatic data import with or without modification.
STEP 4

Case 1) If all information looks correct, then a digital signature of a buyer is required in order to make the pending transaction complete. With some conditions on time and location being met, the buyer’s digital signature is accepted and paired with the supplier’s signature. Now the transaction is validated and subsequently uploaded to the network for further verification by the network users. When verified by the network users, all of the critical food data is final and immutable as saved in the decentralized database.

Case 2) If there are any unacceptable products or missing or incorrect items, go to the next step.

STEP 5
If a buyer observes some poor-quality or unacceptable products on site, modify the data in a way that every product is listed as Group A “acceptable” or Group B “unacceptable.”
STEP 6
The data of Group A will be saved in both blockchain and main databases, and the data of Group B will be saved only in the main database. Such categorization is reported to the supplier. A digital signature of the buyer is required in order to make the pending transaction complete. Then all the critical food data of Group A is final and immutable as saved in the blockchain network system.