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Enterprise Blockchain for Grid Modernization

Enterprise Blockchain for Grid Modernization, 05/22/2019

Blockchain for Grid Modernization and Energy provides an overview of the benefits of Blockchain for grid management, an explanation on how Blockchain for energy works, some key drivers of adoption for energy and the Open Blockchain Energy (OBE) framework for Blockchain adoption to manage modern energy grid networks more efficiently. Finally we highlight the transactive energy model where grids are ...


Future Perspectives

Enabling 5G Communication Systems to Support Vertical Industries, None

This chapter presents a case for the provision of mobile data connectivity in rural areas by pointing out the benefits of rural deployment and the role of government in fast‐tracking rollout. Moreover, with changes coming to mobile networks sooner rather than later – 5G rollout is expected to start in 2020 – it is imperative to highlight future trends in ...


Enterprise Blockchain Overview

Enterprise Blockchain Overview, 05/22/2019

This course module introduces Blockchain for Enterprise with an emphasis on where and how Blockchain will impact corporations. Included is a short review of cryptocurrencies followed by an in-depth review on Blockchain's underlying technological advantages and where best to deploy in industry. A review of smart contracts is included along with the types of blockchain models: public, private and hybrid. ...


Enterprise Blockchain for Supply Chain

Enterprise Blockchain for Supply Chain, 05/31/2019

Blockchain for Supply Chain is a natural combination of two technologies designed for transactions with a shared or common ledge. Often cross- corporation, a supply chain represents a flow of goods and is frequently cross-border. Managing all of the data on a single trusted chain that is updated and retrieved by many participates is a significant endeavor and the course ...


Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare

Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare, 05/31/2019

Blockchain for Healthcare Data Storage and ID is a complicated topic which is unpacked in this enterprise-level module. Starting with patient identification and through personally identifiable information and onto clinical data, the course reviews blockchain applicability to healthcare data and the current industry adoption of blockchain from startup ICOs to enterprise use cases.


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Enterprise Blockchain for Grid Modernization

    Blockchain for Grid Modernization and Energy provides an overview of the benefits of Blockchain for grid management, an explanation on how Blockchain for energy works, some key drivers of adoption for energy and the Open Blockchain Energy (OBE) framework for Blockchain adoption to manage modern energy grid networks more efficiently. Finally we highlight the transactive energy model where grids are managed at a more granular level enabling higher efficiencies and better localized utilization of energy networks.

  • Future Perspectives

    This chapter presents a case for the provision of mobile data connectivity in rural areas by pointing out the benefits of rural deployment and the role of government in fast‐tracking rollout. Moreover, with changes coming to mobile networks sooner rather than later – 5G rollout is expected to start in 2020 – it is imperative to highlight future trends in wireless communications and how they will further the gains of, and complement, 5G. The chapter also presents an evaluation of key technologies that are worth considering in the development of beyond 5G mobile communication systems. Given the considerable levels of investment required to deploy 5G in rural areas, governments need to provide conducive environments by considering favourable regulatory and investment policies. Regulators need to adopt policies to enhance spectrum utilization by allowing operators to trade excess spectrum, grant sufficient spectrum and licences, and encourage infrastructure sharing to reduce OPEX costs of operators in rural areas.

  • Enterprise Blockchain Overview

    This course module introduces Blockchain for Enterprise with an emphasis on where and how Blockchain will impact corporations. Included is a short review of cryptocurrencies followed by an in-depth review on Blockchain's underlying technological advantages and where best to deploy in industry. A review of smart contracts is included along with the types of blockchain models: public, private and hybrid. The course also highlights the major cloud company offerings on Blockchain for the learner's own project exploration with a familiar service provider.

  • Enterprise Blockchain for Supply Chain

    Blockchain for Supply Chain is a natural combination of two technologies designed for transactions with a shared or common ledge. Often cross- corporation, a supply chain represents a flow of goods and is frequently cross-border. Managing all of the data on a single trusted chain that is updated and retrieved by many participates is a significant endeavor and the course describes how enterprises are adopting Blockchain for this use. Example applications in-use today and best practices are reviewed. Also include are predictions for future supply chain models enabled by Blockchain. Finally, some suggestions on common misconceptions about what Blockchains can and can't do for supply chains is explained.

  • Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare

    Blockchain for Healthcare Data Storage and ID is a complicated topic which is unpacked in this enterprise-level module. Starting with patient identification and through personally identifiable information and onto clinical data, the course reviews blockchain applicability to healthcare data and the current industry adoption of blockchain from startup ICOs to enterprise use cases.

  • Application and Prospect of Integrated Energy Interoperability Management System Based on Blockchain

    In order to effectively promote energy clean production and near consumption, improve the comprehensive energy utilization, economy and stability of the energy system in the whole region, in order to achieve energy conservation and environmental protection, this paper proposes a blockchain integrated energy system framework. Here, the two-way interaction problem between the user and the load aggregator's demand response is introduced, which exists in the process of interoperability of the integrated energy management system. The application model of blockchain technology for integrated energy interaction is analyzed and discussed to solve the interoperability problem in integrated energy systems.

  • EDI with Blockchain as an Enabler for Extreme Automation

    Blockchain has enormous potential to advance modern services, but it is important to remember that no new technology succeeds with the rip-and-replace method. Organizations using this technology will have a greater impact if they augment existing, well-established technologies such as electronic data interchange (EDI) systems.

  • Researchain: Union Blockchain Based Scientific Research Project Management System

    Several problems exist in scientific research project management systems (SRPMSs), such as forgery, tampering, and plagiarism in project application. Additionally, withdrawal and misappropriation of funds in the course of projects and qualitative analysis and evaluation of the expected results of projects consisting of papers, monographs, (tests)reports, and patent inventions during project review remain a challenging task for SRPMS. Blockchain is a distributed database that is maintained by the entire network. It maintains all historical transaction data. This paper proposes researchain using blockchain for SRPMSs and analyzes the key technologies of each module in this model. This provides a new method for the construction of science research management platform.

  • Blockchain Based Aadhaar

    Blockchain Based Aadhaar uses Blockchain platform for securing Aadhaar information. The system stores the Aadhaar data in a group of computers interconnected to each other. The Blockchain uses a hashing function to transform the data and produces a hash code. The hash code ensures the identity of user is kept secure. The data is stored in blocks in the nodes. The system also uses Ethereum Smart Contracts to ensure to only the authenticated data is accessed by the third parties. The Blockchain based Aadhaar uses distributed databases (decentralized databases) math and cryptography to record transactions, transactional data is secured and the data is stored in distributed small chunks and spreads across the entire network of computers, and so it is difficult to hack these systems than hacking the centralized or traditional servers.

  • Using Blockchain to Enhance and Optimize IoT-based Intelligent Traffic System

    Smart city blueprint is constructed by increasing deployment of various Internet of Things devices. In this paper, we focus on data transmission and request for lane property right under the domain of an intelligent traffic system. IoT devices are usually deployed in a heterogeneous environment, with the natural gene of decentralization. Compared with cloud-based centralized architecture, in this paper, we introduce blockchain as a decentralized technology to let vehicles jointly collaborate without having to go through a central computing node authority. Data transmission between vehicles uses a peer-to-peer network in which every node communicates directly with every other node, verified by their relevant end-point nodes; lane's acquisition right is approved by all relevant vehicle nodes, as well as with consensus agreed upon via smart contract.



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