MOBI Grand Challenge 第一部分

2018年10月-2019年1月

Payments

A number of teams addressed the most common payment action in automobiles today — usage based payment for infrastructure, including BC tolls. The value in designing this transaction through cryptographic assets creates a more streamlined and transparent financial operation for all users.

Autonomous Vehicles

Other entrants focused on the broader idea of autonomous vehicles and how blockchain technology can allow autonomous machines to collectively plan motion paths to avoid collisions, coordinate behavior, and reduce congestion.

Electric Vehicles

Some teams monetized empty parking spaces and unused electric and hybrid vehicle chargers by registering assets and payments on a public or permissioned ledger, creating a tokenized environment. Platforms like this allow users to harness unused resources for financial benefit and contribute to a sharing ecosystem.

Ridesharing

Inspired by the potential to improve the current ridesharing ecosystem, teams employed the use of self executing contracts to create a trusting network for peer-to-peer ridesharing services.

MOBI partnered with the Trusted IoT Alliance to host the MOBI Grand Challenge, an event loosely modeled on the DARPA grand challenge for autonomous driving. In 2004, this challenge captured the public imagination and launched the autonomous driving revolution. However, unlike the DARPA challenge, the MOBI Grand Challenge focuses on improving the capabilities of autonomous cars by sharing data and coordinating movement using blockchains. This first stage of the challenge lasted four months and is the start of a three-year program. 
 
The winners were announced at the MOBI Colloquium on February 14-15th, an invite-only event hosted by the BMW Group at the BMW Group IT Center in Munich. This event served as a forum to advance the adoption of Blockchain technology in the mobility sector and as a celebration of the accomplishments of the participants from the first round of the MGC.

The 2018 - 2019 MOBI Grand Challenge Winners

First Place

Decentralized Road Space Negotiation and Payments for Routes and Rights of Way by Autonomous Vehicles
Presented by Chorus Mobility

Second Place

Vento - Automotive Commerce
Presented by Oaken Innovations

Third Place

Semi-Autonomous Truck Platooning
Presented by Fraunhofer Blockchain Lab

Third Place

OBDX - Vehicle Onboard Diagnostics Data Exchange
Presented by NuCypher and NICS Lab

Most Creative

Pieces of Eight (Po8)
Presented by Noblis

Most Feasible

Vento - Automotive Commerce
Presented by Oaken Innovations

Public Vote Winner

XYO Network
Presented by XYO

Most Impactful

Pieces of Eight (Po8)
Presented by Noblis

Best Technical

OBDX - Vehicle Onboard Diagnostics Data Exchange
Presented by NuCypher and NICS Lab

“The goal of the MOBI Grand Challenge is to accelerate the adoption of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies for transportation. By bringing blockchain solutions to a global stage we are igniting worldwide interest in solving the problems of urban mobility, while making it greener, safer, and more efficient.”
Chris Ballinger
MOBI CEO and Founder

Introducing the Judges Panel

Jamie Burke

Founder & CEO of Outlier Ventures

Lasse Clausen

Founding Partner at 1kx

Dan Harple

CEO at Context Labs

Mike Hearn

Lead Platform Engineer at R3

Lars Klawitter

Executive Director at JLR InMotion Ventures

Ashley Lannquist

Blockchain Project Manager at the World Economic Forum and Co-Founder of MOBI

Zaki Manian

Executive Director at Trusted IoT Alliance

Dr. Klaus Schaaf

Director at Volkswagen's Electronics Research Department

Iliana Oris Valiente

Managing Director at Accenture

23 Teams. 250+ Participants. 15 Countries.

Video #1: A DID for everything
Presented by Spherity
Video #2: Autonomous Vehicle Charging
Presented by Filament
Video #3: CACFRM: City Automobile Carbon Footprint Reduction Manager
Presented by Manojit Ghosh
Video #4: CarTrustChain
Presented by CTIC
Video #5: ConVe 2.0
Presented by Team Mind Hack Zombie
Video #6: Decentralized Road Space Negotiation and Payments for Routes and Rights of Way by Autonomous Vehicles
Presented by Chorus Mobility & Decentralized Technology
Video #7: goloCars
Presented by Launch Tech
Video #8: IOTPark
Presented by Samarth Athreya
Video #9: Milênio Bus
Presented by Marcel Ogando, Fábien Oliveira, and Renato Rodrigues
Video #10: Mobility Platform
Presented by Primož Zajec
Video #11: MOTIVE: Micropayments for Trusted vehIcular services
Presented by USC Viterbi Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and the Internet of Things
Video #12: OBDX - Vehicle onboard diagnostics (OBD) data exchange
Presented by NuCypher
Video #13: OTOZ
Presented by Netsol Technologies
Video #14: Torque Blockchain P2P Charging
Presented by Poonet Goel, Noah Kindler, Jun Quan Lim, and David Starke
Video #15: Pieces of Eight (Po8)
Presented by Noblis
Video #16: PortX - Ledger Based Scheduling
Presented by Chris Buonocore and Joel Barna
Video #17: RideMATCHain
Presented by Bari Polytechnic
Video #18: Semi-Autonomous Truck Platooning
Presented by Matthias Babel, Jonas Brügmann, and Nicolas Ruhland
Video #19: Toll Booths Manager
Presented by Tran Van Truong
Video #20: Traffic Blox
Presented by Abhishek Gupta
Video #21: Vento - Automotive Commerce
Presented by Oaken Innovations, Brisa, A to Be, and Via Verde
Video #22: WeRoute: The Traffic Relief Rewards App
Presented by Evan Lightner
Video #23: XYO Network
Presented by XYO

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Thank you to our prize contributors