Trusted Vehicle Tracking with IoTeX & Pebble Tracker | 3 November 2021
In this MOBI Community Innovation Lecture, Larry Pang will first give a brief overview of IoTeX, a blockchain platform that focuses on enabling trusted data from trusted devices for use in trusted Dapps. This will be followed by a presentation from Dr. Xinxin Fan about trusted vehicle tracking using the IoTeX’s blockchain platform and its in-house secure edge device Pebble Tracker, which generates verifiable GPS, climate, motion, and light data that can be attested and utilized in smart contracts. Finally, Dr. Xinxin Fan will discuss the potential of integrating Pebble Tracker into the MOBI Trusted Trip framework to track unique positions in space and time for vehicles and other roaming entities.
About the Speakers:
Xinxin Fan, Ph.D. is the Head of Cryptography at IoTeX, a Silicon Valley-based technology platform that is applying blockchain to secure and evolve the Internet of Things (IoT). He is responsible for directing the company’s strategy and product roadmaps as well as developing the core technologies and IP portfolio. Before joining IoTeX, he was a senior research engineer of the Security and Privacy Group at Bosch Research Technology Center North America. Dr. Xinxin Fan received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 2010. He has published 50+ referred research papers in top-tired journals, conferences, and workshops in the areas of cryptography and information security and is an inventor of 15 patent filings for innovative information security and privacy-enhancing technologies. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) from (ISC)² and a (co-)chair of IEEE P2418.1 and IEEE P2958 standards working groups.
Larry Pang is the Head of Business Development at IoTeX, a Silicon Valley-based technology platform that is applying blockchain to secure and evolve the Internet of Things (IoT). Larry graduated from MIT in 2013 and began his professional career at Oliver Wyman, a global management consulting firm, where he led 15+ large-scale digital transformation projects for Fortune 500 clients. In 2018, Larry joined IoTeX and currently leads the company’s business development and ecosystem growth initiatives.
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