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SOSCHAIN is a resilient system for extreme cases, “when nothing else works”. Users can be located, identified and attended anywhere by emergency services thanks to the SOSCHAIN USmartID, UDonor which securely offers all the relevant medical data, such as: blood group, medications, allergies, diseases, etc.

SOSCHAIN is shared by the user.

SOSCHAIN sends out the user’s location for emergency purposes based on mobile location. Llikewise, BLE (Bluetooth low energy) beacons and USmartIDs can be located and identified in geolocatable object in streets, buildings, and also in other spatial objects (roads, etc.).


How it works

When natural disasters take place or in case of emergencies, one of the hardest endeavours is to obtain accurate information on and manage:

SOSCHAIN provides a Universal Identifier for each Smart Device or “USmartID” (patent pending) to associate its internal identifiers (WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.) and a Universal Identifier for each Individual through the Universal Health Identifier.

SOSCHAIN uses Bluetooth BLE beacon technology and others to allow users to be identified by rescue teams.

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Civil protection services can send notifications to users when risks are detected in their areas and locations.

Additionally safety and practical tips can be sent to users. SOSCHAIN also provides information for first aid, emergencies and natural disasters.


Information about clean water supply stations, field hospitals and appeals to donate blood, plasma or food can be sent to users through their USmartID.

SOSCHAIN allows traceability of human and material resources along the emergency health chain (beginning to end), on medical emergencies procedures and on verified identity of individuals: users, health workers, volunteers, firemen, etc.

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SOSCHAIN combines its USmartID with the patented Universal Donor Identifier for the universal identification of individuals.

This combination solves traditional problems in emergencies and natural disasters, it allows both the universal identification of smart devices, individuals and the access both personal and medical data of the user.



Users will be able to:

  1. Be located by any of the identifiers of the device, associated with the USmartID and with the Universal Donor identifier.
  2. Carry and share data for emergencies (personal data, health data, etc.) through the Universal Donor Identifier.
  3. Send request for assistance to the emergency service together with the Universal Donor Identifier and relevant medical data (allergies, medications, blood group, diseases, emergency contacts).
  4. Send a simple form of triage classification by colors and severity of the health condition in which the user and / or their relatives are, guided by simple instructions.
  5. Receive advice and alerts.
  6. Notify their contacts about the emergency situation: the user location (hospital, etc.).
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Emergency services, civil protection, etc. will be able to:

  1. Receive help requests from users along with their situation (fire, flood, earthquake, accident, etc.), location, Universal Donor Identifier (poner el copyright?) and emergency data selected by the user (diseases, medications being taken, allergies, blood group, emergency contacts, etc.).
  2. Read the Universal Donor Identifier of individuals and access personal and health data.
  3. Receive location and user triage to improve decision making.
  4. Send alerts and advice to users’ mobile devices.
  5. Locate user devices through their USmartID.

In summary, it allows:

  • Location of the population and of professionals or volunteers in emergencies and disasters (sanitary, fires, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes,…) before and after the catastrophe to reallocate human resources to affected areas.
  • Reliable knowledge of the true location of field hospitals, drinking water points and distribution of food and medicine, etc.
  • Make appeals for needs: food, medicine, clothing, blood donation, plasma, etc.
  • Registration and certification on blockchain of the steps taken in emergency and catastrophe care, and with the material: transparency and security.
  • Traceability of products to avoid expiration / waste.
  • Efficient management of material and human resources.

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Our next steps

Complete the app and testing the detection of devices in different outdoor and indoor situations (smartphones, smartwatches and bluetooth beacons).

Complete both online and offline chatbots with information for emergencies and natural disasters.

Development of the system for monitoring the location of devices, users and requests for assistance.

Develop the blockchain system for data certification.

Testing the Integration with the Universal Donor Identifier, the identification of individuals and the access to personal and medical data.

Perform tests with Project OWL.