TradeChain - Main Domain Areas

 

 


 

BlockChain could make the delivery of public safety more efficient by resolving the problem of inter- agency coordination by providing a unified source of truth that each agency independently interfaces with based on predefined conditions. Establishing a chain of custody for crucial evidence is often an important prerequisite for the evidence to be admissible; blockchain technology could help establish the provenance of the chain of custody for such evidence.

 

The key features are:

 

CRIMINAL DETECTION
SMART STREET LIGHTING
JUSTICE XCHANGE
EMERGENCY AWARE SERVICE
MASS ALERTS
VEHICLE MOBILE HOTSPOT
FIRE DETECTION
CRIME FORECASTING
BODY WORN CAMERAS
FLOOD DETECTION
OPEN DATA

 

 

BlockChain technology can disrupt public health by creating a secure and flexible ecosystem for exchanging electronic health records (EHRs). This technology could also make the space more transparent by creating provenances for critical drugs, blood, organs, etc. In addition, by putting all medical licenses on a blockchain, fraudulent doctors can be prevented from practicing.

 

The key features are:

 

AIR/PARTICULATE QUALITY
WATER QUALITY MONITORING
REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING
FLOOD DETECTION

 

 

Seeing the cities of the world deteriorating due to high levels of congestion and emissions, BlockChain is the answer to all of the economical, emotional and physical problems that this brings with it. By utilizing the BlockChain, creating transparent smart contracts and releasing our own tokens, is possible to create a universal platform and real-time app for a variety of stakeholders with the end-goal of creating green, smart & connected cities that do no shy from using cryptocurrencies.

 

The key features are:

 

SMART SIGNALS
SMART INTERSECTIONS
SMART PARKING
FLEET MANAGEMENT
NEIGHBORHOOD PERSPECTIVES
SMART STREET LIGHTING
SMART ANALYTICS FOR TRANSPORTATION
SMART TRANSIT SCREENS
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS
CONNECTIVITY/WIFI

 

 

Student records, educational certificates, etc., are key assets in the education domain. Such records needs to be shared with multiple stakeholders and it is imperative to ensure that they are trustworthy. These can be maintained with the application of blockchain. It could even transform the way in which the policy for educational inclusion is framed by bringing in base uniformity in the tracking of national metrics.

 

The key features are:

 

ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SMART STREET LIGHTING
OPENGRID FOR SMART CITIES
WATER CONTROL/MANAGEMENT
TRASH/GARBAGE COLLECTION
WATER FLOW MONITORING
JOBS AND ACCESS TO SYSTEMS

 

 

Two fundamentally new capabilities:  The ability to precisely manage electrical power demand down to the residential level. The ability to network vast numbers of small-scale distributed energy generation and storage devices.

 

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In the new era, the tendency is for sustainability and efficient use of our resources. This is why there is a crescent number of small scale producers and distributers of energy. It is demanded a formula in which efficient distribution is done.

 

 

Smart sensors, artificial intelligence, big data analytics and cloud computing are finally becoming involved in managing water systems in cities. This is partly due to the emergence of new water industry leaders trained in hydro-informatics – mixing big data with smart technologies to deliver more sustainable water solutions. A new discipline, one of its goals is to empower citizens to engage with water service provision on an individual level.

 

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One of a city's most important pieces of critical infrastructure is its water system. With populations in cities growing, it is inevitable that water consumption will grow as well. The term "smart water" points to water and wastewater infrastructure that ensures this precious resource - and the energy used to transport it is managed effectively. A smart water system is designed to gather meaningful and actionable data about the flow, pressure and distribution of a city's water. Further, it is critical that that the consumption and forecasting of water use is accurate.

 

 

Asset Tracking Solution allows real time positioning and visibility through a single point of contact to monitor, optimize usage and prevent asset damage, by installing a GSM and GPS connected device attached to the asset, which collects data and sends it to a server. These devises can be used either on a daily bases for example for public or private transport or in order to track materials, containers, etc. such as precious metals  ‘mined’ from products accumulating in cities, and cascaded back into  different use cycles. Cheaper and more  flexible built environment  as components are  modularised and tracked, enabling a local market for reused building materials.

 

The key features are:

 

LOCATION
SENSORS
ALARMS
ANTI-THEFT PROTECTION & TRACKING 
BOOST TOP-MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

 

 

Some cities are using data to advance efforts for cleaner air. Their approaches vary:  implementing a citywide sensor network that will allow officials to make decisions based on real-time data; high-tech cameras allow citizens and officials to quantify and monitor pollution events; and Louisville is putting a tool for gathering data literally into the hands of its citizens, with inhalers that relay information back to the city. Each of these approaches leverages new technologies—sensors, cameras, and GPS—to make air quality improvement efforts more responsive to real-time events. IOT strategies to monitor air-quality (user sensors, or city ones) is one of the ways Smart cities are using in order to decrease emissions and to stablish pollution protocols.

 

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Forecasting software provides the data that’s needed to implement targeted responses. forecasting software could become an extended service for residents who want to avoid places and periods of time that are associated with high levels of pollution. Whether as an aid to minimizing pollution or as a service for health-conscious residents.

 

 

The need to go from one place to another in order to get something or to receive a service has been reduced as these can be provided from home or the office. This is a clear way in which we can see how cities are changing. As an example Personal health checks can be provided at home using a table-top device, transmitted straight to hospital for assessment – saving  time, healthcare  capacity, and energy.

 

The key features are:

 

30–300  lives saved each year in a city of 5 million 
30–40% fewer crime incidents 
08–15% lower disease burden 
15–30 minutes shaved off the daily commute 
20–35% faster emergency response times

 

 

The waste management services take care of a healthy environment allowing optimization of the utilities and prevent overloading the carrier for waste disposal. Smart waste management also contributes to the overall waste recycling efficiency and provides the route optimization opportunity for utilities to reduce traffic and fuel use.  Product management at the end of life-cycle could become widespread thanks to the technological improvements in the identification and the use of Internet. At the time of trash disposal, the material to be recycled is identified throughout the latest technology. Data obtained in this way can be passed through the cloud and BlockChain to retailers of secondary raw materials, as well as other interested parties, such as Internet services for the sale of products, or institutions responsible for hazardous waste. In this way, it´s possible for waste material to be recycled or reused before the garbage collection services pick it up.

 

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Together with the cloud, waste management becomes irreplaceable in order to create a circular economy, where the collection, transportation, storage and recycling of waste could be automated. Waste collection services not only increases efficiency of waste management through automation, but also increases environmental responsibility which is one of the pillars of the Smart City.

 

 

BlockChain can increase transparency, reduce complexity and cost in partnerships and platforms, specially in food-based value chains by enabling trustworthy provenance and traceability from farmer to consumer.

 

The key features are:

 

Civil registration: Simplified through BlockChain creating a distributed citizen registration platforms and register vital events such as births and deaths. Making citizen records resilient, secure and private, thus providing wide-ranging benefits for stakeholders. 
 
Defense: Information regarding defense and computer systems is critical. BlockChain can provide consensus-based access for modifying data and distributing access over multiple system resources. 
 
Governance: Government departments have functional interdependence but operate in silos, having a negative impact. Blockchain can break the silos, avoid government corruption, increase efficiency and transparency. Linking file and data movement between departments through a BlockChain increases visibility into the process and ensures data/file moves forward in real time. 
 
Energy: BlockChaincan create an electric power supply marketplace. Microgeneration of electricity supplements traditional power supply and promotes renewable energy sources. Creating a transparent, hassle-free and efficient energy market.