Logic & Ontology
The bottom layer is an ontology based on six core relationships and a logic to explain how each of them attains homeostasis: a state of dynamic balance. Life on Earth depends on homeostasis, so we embedded the concept in the logic.
We have used the previous logic and ontology to build a semantic layer to reduce the complexity involved in identifying, linking, analysing, accounting, and reporting for impact. The semantic layer bridges between the 169 sustainable development targets and a plethora of green finance taxonomies, standards, certifications, and indicators.
We are building the data storage architecture on top of the semantic layer rather than the other way around. We are doing so by combining relational, columnar and graph databases.
Processes & Algorithms
When a semantic layer is designed to structure data rather than to make sense of it, processes and algorithms gain the ability to interconnect and modify data naturally, reducing the complexity in coding.
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
The GUI provides the ability to easily navigate through multiple dashboards, with the user experience (UX) and it is based on the idea that minimum information and no configuration should be required to provide valuable results.