4 Areas Where Space-based Blockchain+IoT Can Be A Game-Changer: From Land Claim Disputes to Voter Fraud

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The Internet of Everything   As the worlds of IoT and blockchain merge, new and transformative case studies are revealed almost daily — and sometimes at global scale. Some of these are what-if revelations, while others are already ticking along. But of course, technology has always been part practical, part audacious. And as IoT and blockchain become increasingly accessible and affordable…

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Use Case: How Democratized IoT Can Provide Better Pipeline Monitoring and Increased Safety

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The Big Picture Every year, approximately 1 million daily shipments of hazardous materials are made by land, sea and air, reports the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA). In the U.S. alone, hundreds of companies operate almost 2.6 million miles of oil and gas pipeline transport systems, through which trillions of cubic feet of natural gas and hundreds of billions…

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Use Case: The Role of Democratized IoT in Smart Transportation & Supply Chain Management

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The Big Picture From curbing inventory loss and reducing repair costs, to cutting fuel costs and improving shipping route efficiency — the benefits of IoT technology and related analytics for supply chain management and transport are already undeniable. And while large players like DHL are defining the way that IoT is used for logistics, it’s smaller players who are still…

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Use Case: Precision Agriculture, the Internet of Things, and Big Data Management

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“…farmers and agricultural companies are turning to the Internet of Things for analytics and greater production capabilities.” — Business Insider The big picture: population and climate changes. As the world’s population continues to rise, so too does the importance of precision or ‘smart’ agriculture. Although the population growth rate has been declining since the ‘60s, it has since doubled to…

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