We use the circular passport concept inspired by the BAMB standard. This serves as an identity card for used resources and allows, combined with a universal nomenclature, to match identified deposits with market needs for repaired products and secondary raw materials.
We propose a specific process for characterizing materials, products and transformations based on semi-formal descriptions information. This guarantees the data to be better taken into account by our intelligent algorithms and helps to identify the most relevant ecosystems.
The accessibility of Google Cloud servers plateform is guaranteed with a monthly uptime percentage of 99.95%. myUpcyclea guarantees the Customer access to the platform with a monthly uptime percentage of 95%.
The ecosystems created in your myUpcyclea library will be used to continuously improve recommendations and propose the most relevant ecosystems.
myUpcyclea is based on a software developed entirely by Upcyclea teams located in Paris (France) and Talinn (Estonia). We thus benefit from maximum control over the components of the software, while remaining independent from any third party company. Upcyclea specialists perform in-house development, administration, database management and security tasks.
We are constantly improving intelligent algorithms capable of exploiting the semi-formal descriptions entered in myUpcyclea, as well as several relevant criteria (economic profitability, carbon impact, etc.), to help myUpcyclea operators in building ecosystems. Our work also consists in combining this intelligence with the knowledge base of transformation processes, resulting from the Cradle to Cradle missions that we have been carrying out since 2007.
Upcyclea provides data hosting, maintenance and security for SaaS. Upcyclea ensures the activation of security protocols for authentication, authorizations, and cryptography; as well as standard protections against XSS and SQL code injections into forms. The data is stored on the servers of the Google Cloud Platform company, located in the European Union.
Data is encrypted when it passes through Google Cloud Platform’s internal networks, and when it is stored in database tables, temporary files and backups.
Each SQL Cloud instance includes a network firewall, network access control to database instances with permissions.