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The Health Passport

V-HEALTH PLATFORM5 Steps to Passport Creation

The V-Health Passport™ is a simple to use I.D system that can display various health status’ about the passport holder.

Once the public user has registered their details via the V-Health Passport™ portal or mobile phone application, they can request an appointment with their GP Surgery or Health Care Administrator.

The Administrator can quickly locate the patient details and then apply a test or vaccine to the passport in 5 easy steps.

Our infrastructure is ‘Test Agnostic’ although we do have some test support partners which we offer to our customers.

 

Secure Data RoutingInformation Security/Distribution

The V-Health Passport™ information is routed using VCode® a revolutionary Unique Tag Identifier created by VST Enterprises® (Read more below on ‘Why use VCode®’).

The VPlatform® allows the V-Health Passport™ to display different information to the scanning user based on their platform permissions.

Admin View: gives a more in depth view of the users passport.

Public View: shows a GDPR compliant version.

Manage PassportsManaging Passports via the Admin Panel

The platform administrator can see the status of and manage the passports they have Assigned.

Green – Negative

Amber – Approaching Passport Expiry Date

Red – Pass Expired (Positive tests would also show red)

Blue – Pass Pending Results

Public Passport Administration
Managing the Passport via the Public User Panel

The public user can see the status of their passport they have had Assigned by a health care administrator.

In the platform, they will also see the pass status for those who have scanned their pass (no personal data is exchanged).

In the notifications tab, the member of the public will see communications relating to their health care administrator, test results and scan event information.

Why Use VCode®

VCode - Health Passport

VCode® is an award winning, patented technology solution created and protected by VST Enterprises®.

The VPlatform that issues and manages the VCode® creation is closed loop which means all VCode® creations must flow through the central system that is end-to-end encrypted.

The VCode® is not made up of destination data which means the platform can control what is delivered to the device screen using Geo Fences, Time, Date, User ID, Device Type & Amount of Scans.

VCode® is not subject to attagging due to the closed-loop nature of the platform and due to sensitive use cases being displayed only through our VCode® enabled apps (not URL triggered). The VPlatform® is capable of producing 2.2 Quintillion, collision free variations of VCodes.

The software development kit and api allows branched off secure products to be created and adopted like our own V-Health Passport™ infrastructure that has been whitelabelled and promoted across the world.

VCode® can be scanned outside of the 2m safe distancing zone and in some circumstances can be scanned up to and over 100m away. V-Health Passport™… Boosting safety in virus control and safety checks. 

Think Safe…Stay Safe…Think VCode®

Why Not To Use QR Code?

The QR Code is an opensource un-regulated technology used in close proximity to kick start a ‘transaction’ from a mobile device.

Many transactions are subject to ‘Attagging’.
QR Code Attagging
In Layman terms, Attagging is where a bad actor replaces a valid QR code with one they have created.

In most cases, this is done to divert payment of goods to themselves rather than the intended recipient.

This is usually done by linking a QR code to a similar domain named micro-site that the consumer will not notice when scanned using the native reader.

There are over 1 Billion false financial QR transactions per day in India alone.

Digital ID is becoming a hot topic, both for immunity passports and general ID it too will be subject to ‘Attagging’ and other abuse.

* QR Codes can’t be scanned outside of the 2m safe distancing zone jeopardising public safety in virus control checks.