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Real implementation Blockchain Best Use Cases Examples

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Supply chain On Block Chain, From Block chain Certified Business Manager.

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Real implementation Blockchain Best Use Cases Examples

  1. 1. BlockChain for Saudi Customs Partnering institution: Sadat Tabadla SFDA
  2. 2. Custom Agriculture Products: Current State • Consumers are increasingly concerned about where their products are coming from and how they are being produced. • Fair-trade, conflict-free, non-GMO, and organic certifications are highly sought-after and carry the risk of being faked. • Counterfeit products, especially in food and pharmaceuticals, could be dangerous for consumers and disastrous for brands that are discovered selling them
  3. 3. Customs Agriculture Future State • Tracing product inputs and attesting production techniques on the blockchain creates an immutable record of asset provenance. • Organizations can author smart contracts stipulating what must be performed by upstream participants before they take action on or custody of a product, and the entire record can be shown to discerning end customers to prove the veracity of product claims. Real-time visibility into product handling and a high-assurance audit log to ensure contract conditions have been fulfilled Consumer and brand protection; more efficient process for finding fault points and enforcing contractual penalties. Increased assurance of the safety and quality of goods Supplier Benefit Retailer Benefit Consumer Benefit
  4. 4. packing products with IoT-enabled sensors that send temperature and humidity data at various points along the supply chain, which are recorded on the blockchain. The shared ledger can be viewed by carriers, factories, wholesalers, retailers, and regulators.
  5. 5. Dispute Resolution: Current State • supply chain disputes do occur, it’s critical to resolve them quickly and transparently. • When a member of the supply chain fails to deliver assets ontime and in-full, or if the quality of assets have been compromised en route, they will likely have to deal with fines – and look-back auditing in order to identify fault is both error prone and costly.
  6. 6. Dispute Resolution: Future State • Using blockchain to record asset provenance, environmental conditions, and transfers in real-time removes ambiguity and increases accountability. Faster and more transparent record-keeping means that disputes can be resolved in a fraction of the time. Furthermore, parties can use blockchain to create smart contracts in which compliance with preset terms automatically triggers compensation or fines. This will make dispute resolution hassles a thing of the past. Ability to undeniably prove on-time and in-full delivery Efficient dispute resolution when conditions are not met Lower frequency of out-of-stock goods Supplier Benefit Retailer Benefit Consumer Benefit
  7. 7. With an immutable blockchain audit log, organizations can more quickly and accurately resolve supply chain disputes. Members of the supply chain can set up smart contracts with one another, agreeing on sourcing, environmental conditions, and delivery timeline. If any of these conditions are violated, the smart contracts can immediately trigger fines, revoke payment, or pause production before affected products get to customers
  8. 8. 1. Current Architecture [ Workflows & EAI , Database CRUD logic,] 2. Transient Architecture [ Transitional Architecture ] 3. Target Architecture [ Block Chain Architecture ] 4. Evolutionary Architecture 1. Unstandardized Architecture [ Pharma supply chain]  Standardized Architecture 2. Standardized Architecture  [Exchange Standardized information]  Target Arch. 3. Target Architecture [ Central or decentralized Blockchain]. 4. Best Practises or Evolutionary Architecture.
  9. 9. Protocols for Blockchain Communication Fixing Right Protocols for Blockchain Communication • R3 consortium, • R3 CEV • Hyperledger.
  10. 10. Blockchain : Custom Goods Ledger
  11. 11. Approach For solutioning and Operationalizing Solution
  12. 12. Segmented Architecture:LOB for Pharma SCM • Chain Of Custody of Pharmaceutical drugs supply chain can be maintained in blockchain distributed ledger which gives Web 4.0 features to application. We Are not yet there at emotional Web responses based on AI. • Web 5.0 [distributed with read -write-execution concurrency can be achieved by using blockchain distributed ledgers of things]. All pharma medicines tolerance to weather is tied to ingredient salt. • All medicines ledger can be classified to these sensitive salts. • Ledger can exchange data. • Ledger Medicine conditions <-- Sensitive Salt 1  ledger {medicine 1,2, 3 }
  13. 13. Custom BlockChain Services Portfolio Management
  14. 14. Finding Right Blockchain Payment mechanism • Find right payment mechanism for Sadat, SFDA and Tabadala. • Abra • Bitpesa • Ripple
  15. 15. Customs and IoT Blockchain • Identity • Reputation • Smart Contracting • Payments
  16. 16. Application User Interface, Business Logic Developer tools and infrastructureTools Infrastructure Blockchain Ethereum Clients, RESTful APIs Ethereum - Public, Consortium and Private Networks Wallet, identity, persona, reputation Core Components Stack Of Blokchain Technology infrastructure
  17. 17. COCO Framework Can be used to integrate all technology
  18. 18. Application Specific Solution Architecture