Our database and technology provide essential building blocks for investigative reporting, screening technology, and open source intelligence analysis. Below, we're collecting some of the public uses and cooperations we've been part of.
Non-profit investigative outlets CORRECTIV and Lighthouse Reports cooperated in early 2022 to track the scope of the Russia-related sanctions imposed by the international community. Their analysis categorises individual sanctions targets into oligarchs, politicians and others.IntroductionProject page
OpenScreening offers free access to an interactive PEP & Sanctions screening playground combining Linkurious' powerful investigation software with our graph data to uncover the hidden connections between sanctions targets, politicians and offshore companies.Explore OpenScreeningSource code
Videris is a complete investigations and intelligence platform which allows investigators and analysts to collect, analyse and visualise open source data in one place. Blackdot has integrated OpenSanctions to allow users to quickly search, map and understand sanctioned entities and their networks.AnnouncementTutorial
Aleph uses sanctions and politicians lists as contrast material that helps to find evidence of illicit activity and corruption in large datasets, such as leaked documents or company ownership databases.Search Aleph
RuAssets is an international tool for searching for Russian and Belarusian assets, and to seize the property of those responsible for the war in Ukraine. Sanctions and PEPs data is combined with a company and property registries.Information and sign-up
OMNIO uses machine learning technology and compliance knowledge to automate financial crime compliance processes. In their Customer Monitoring, they use OpenSanctions to instantly check for sanctions, PEP, and negative media.Product info