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NASA Publishes Proposal for Air Traffic Management Blockchain Based on HyperLedger

The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has proposed an air traffic management blockchain, according to a paper published on the agency’s official website on Jan. 10.The proposed system would employ an open-source permissioned blockchain to enable secure, private and anonymous communication with air traffic services. The document

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U.S. Air Force Grad School Issues ‘Blockchain for Supply Chain’ Primer

The graduate school for the U.S. Air Force has developed a educational tool on blockchain for supply chain management, U.S. business journal Modern Materials Handling (MMH) reported Dec. 3.The move comes in the form of a live application, together with a set of tutorial videos to educate defense professionals, released

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U.S. Air Force to Use Blockchain to Manage Logistics, Supply Chain

SIMBA ChainSIMBA Chain, a cloud-based blockchain-as-a-service platform, has been granted a contract to help the U.S. Air Force improve its logistics and supply chain capabilities using blockchain technology. The Air Force has a highly-complex logistics and supply chain network, moving millions of parts around the world. They are exploring how

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Blockchain Firm Upgrades App in Quest to Reduce Fatal Air Accidents

A fledgling blockchain-based company which aims to improve flight safety is gearing up to launch an upgraded version of its app for pilots – software that has been designed to replace the old-fashioned paper logbooks currently used by aviation enthusiasts and professionals.Aeron estimates that 57 percent of aviation accidents can

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Air Canada Plans To Use Blockchain For Travel Management

Credit: Air CanadaAir Canada (ACDVF) has partnered with Swiss start-up Winding Tree on a blockchain-based, decentralized open-source travel distribution platform. Winding Tree is developing this platform for travel distribution to provide greater access to inventory directly from suppliers. Canada’s Largest Domestic Airline Bullish on Blockchain Air Canada plans to integrate Winding Tree’s

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Air Canada to Integrate Blockchain-Based Travel Distribution Platform

Canada’s largest airline Air Canada has announced its participation on a blockchain-based travel distribution platform developed by Swiss blockchain startup Winding Tree, according to a press release published Oct. 24.Air Canada was established in 1937 and provides scheduled and charter passengers and cargo air transportation. In 2017, Air Canada carried

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