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November 14, 2018 //By Rich Pell
Automotive blockchain platform opens new opportunities for connected vehicles
Enterprise IoT blockchain solution provider Filament (Reno, NV) has announced an automotive blockchain platform for connected vehicle applications.
  • as parameters from the Engine Control Unit (ECU), as recorded directly from the vehicle data bus. Connects to an OBD-II port for passenger vehicles or a J1939 port for heavy-duty vehicles and construction assets.
  • Connectivity, hosting and location services: Dedicated GPS combined with the latest LTE Cat-M1 cellular, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity for secure blockchain transactions and smart-contract processing.
  • Nine-axis inertial motion sensor: Built-in nine-axis inertial sensor for recording acceleration, incline, vibration, G-forces, and other detailed in-transit data on vehicle usage.
  • Built-in environmental sensors: Sensors for barometric pressure, temperature, and humidity all provide context to vehicle operating conditions.
  • Hosted services provide flexible blockchain platform support: Supports BigchainDB and Ethereum as well as Hyperledger Fabric and Hyperledger Sawtooth frameworks.

Blocklet TVA is now available for real-world pilots and new product development.

Filament

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