The ocean-to-table movement is getting a high-tech helping hand.
has just revealed a public demo that finds it showcasing how a seafood supply chain project can be built using its open-source Sawtooth Lake codebase. As such, the project is the latest that finds the tech giant illustrating the power of its offering, following a bond-trading demo launched late last month.
The seafood traceabilty project is designed to increase accuracy of record-keeping from the time a fish is caught to help ensure compliant food storage conditions.
In what is presented as a case study, Internet of Things (IoT) sensors are used to track data on a blockchain, recording data including ownership, position, location, temperature, humidity, motion, shock and tilt.
According to Intel:
Overall, the solution is part of a larger push within the open-source Hyperledger project to make available platforms for others to build on. To date, projects that have gone public through the Linux-led initiative include IBM’s Fabric and JP Morgan’s Quorum, among others.
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