A seamless way of handling crew ID and documentation digitally.
Secure, transparent and efficient data collaboration made simple.
Get to know our platform
C-LOG provides a secure, decentralized, blockchain-enabled platform
for certificate issuers, individuals and employers to store, manage & verify academic and professional certifications and credentials.
Bringing trust and transparency in data collaboration
through the use of our blockchain technology and AI based data validation and security.
Ensuring data quality and privacy
by front-loading security: verifying identities and credentials using a unique identifier.
Linking the ecosystem
through seamless integration to your existing systems and secure connections to maritime stakeholders allowing for closer industry-wide collaboration.
Reducing administrative workload
by digitizing your current paper-based crew documentation and automating compliance with specific vessel requirements and international regulations.
The next-generation ID
ID & credential management made simple with our free and universal distributed maritime ID in a personal wallet. All of your documentation in one secure place, compliant with privacy and process regulations and ready to be shared with your employer.
Documentation Lifecycle Management
Our integrated management system organising courses, instructors, participants and certificates. Stay in touch with course participants before, during and after a course.
Competence and Capacity Management
Our smart planning tool for competence, capacity and availability management, ensuring future required professional qualifications. Automating compliance, so you can focus on competence management.
About C-LOG Platform
“The platform addresses everything from validation of ID authenticity, certificates and record of seagoing service to pioneering data collaboration through a repository that all maritime stakeholders can access.Kristina LyngeCEO & Co-Founder
The objective is to enable HR functions using crew data in a more efficient and trusted manner than is done today.”