VeChain (VET), a Singapore-based distributed ledger technology (DLT) project will use its blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) to launch DNV My Care, a blockchain-enabled infection risk management solution targeted at assessing, managing, and mitigating “infection risk in management processes, business dealings, and operations for enterprise users.”
This announcement was published on the VeChain official medium page on 26th June 2020. According to a reliable source, the first enterprise to benefit from My Care is a shipping firm based in Finland, Viking Line.
On 17th June, Viking Line announced in a press release that it would utilize My Care verification system to cover its vessels and operations in six terminals. It will also serve as a means to prevent infection risks, such as those related to COVID-19.
How VeChain (VET) Powers My Care
According to the blog post, My Care is made to provide assurance to stakeholders about effective virus risk management practices. It also brings together the unparalleled healthcare standards of DNV GL, risk management practices, and maturity safety rating standards.
Customers and stakeholders are enabled to scan the QR-code fixed in the My Care trust mark to allow access to the assessment statement of DNV GL.
The most important aspect of it is that the assessment statement will be stored on VeChainThor blockchain to enhance the trust and security of the data.
Reacting to the new development, VeChain co-founder, Sunny Lu, said:
“As we contend with the new normal due to COVID-19, the demand for trust has never been so important. Blockchain will be one of the driving forces to increase confidence in data integrity, business credibility, and mutual trust in multi-party collaboration. With VeChain ToolChain™, we have great confidence to support DNV GL’s digital transformation strategy to develop more digital solutions like My Story™ and My Care to expand and improve their offerings to serve their clients worldwide.”