The use of standards for mobile agent distributed identities may soon be pervasive throughout global supply chains to provide trusted and immutable traceability of transactions between multi-lateral, multi-industry entities. DENSO has established at least one mechanism for the connection between the physical world and cyber-based decentralized platforms for trusted trip transactions. Years ago, DENSO developed the QR-code, a machine-readable optical label. In this lecture, DENSO’s Roger Berg will show how a DLT platform, integrated with QR code readers and printers, can enable raw material, assembly, parts, sub-systems, and final product traceability from creation through a circular economy recycling process, with an immutable and verifiable track & trace ledger. Roger plans to describe this type of system and demonstrate how it can help to alleviate some of the bigger pain points in the manufacture and delivery of goods throughout society.
About the Speaker
Roger Berg is Vice President of DENSO’s North American Research and Development group. His latest research interests and responsibilities include next-generation connectivity, mobile edge computing, connected automated vehicles, and decentralized ledger technologies.
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