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Blockchain Attendees Choose from Smart Cities or Industrial IoT Keynotes:
To prevent end user disruption from happening to your business, you must go on the offensive and become the disruptor yourself. Join us to learn how to….
As the winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT) first-ever Smart City Challenge, Columbus was awarded $50 million in grant funding and the designation as America's Smart City. We're "becoming smart" by embracing the reinvention of transportation to accelerate human progress. And with it, taking on the coveted job of teaching cities as they evolve similarly around the world. Mark Patton, VP of Smart Cities for the Columbus Partnership, will share how we plan to transport Columbus to the future and reinvent mobility through public/private partnerships.
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Why Blockchain in IoT ? Understanding the Synergy
Leveraging Pioneering Blockchain Experiences to Build the Foundations for IoT Trust
The first and most experienced company in bitcoin payments, BitPay builds powerful tools for spending, accepting and building with bitcoin. The company has offices in North America, Europe and South America and has raised over $32 million from top investors including Index Ventures, Founders Fund and Sir Richard Branson. This fireside chat will explore:
The first use case of blockchain was payments. But as the finance industry becomes familiar with blockchain technology, it has been applied to a wide range of financial applications. Where does the payment industry stand at this point of transition? And what can we learn from more recent and emergent finance use cases?
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This session will delve into the technical considerations of Hashgraph and how industrial and consumer IoT could rely on this technology.
IoT Blockchain Use Cases
This presentation discusses a supply chain management project that is incorporating blockchain for improved security at the edge or the last mile of the supply chain. The project uses the Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service, which is an implementation of the Hyperledger Fabric open source project. The supply chain software is a production implementation of Oracle e-Business Suite (EBS).
When it comes to evaluating distributed ledger for upgrading critical infrastructure, like energy grids, aviation and transportation, providers have been meticulous for a good reason.
Commercial real estate is clearly in the crosshairs of change for IoT with blockchain being a clear change agent speeding adoption, lowering risks and increasing interoperability. Please join Cushman & Wakefield and Kudelski Security for an open discussion on the state of the industry with IoT and blockchain and where the acceleration opportunities and challenges lie.