Transforming governments with IoT and blockchain.
Governments have specific budgets for building and maintaining infrastructural facilities for the public. This includes the building of roads and bridges, power grids, water supply lines, gas supply, rail lines, airports, etc. The maintenance of these infrastructures is very costly. Any major damages or defects in any of these systems can cause disruptions in civilian activities, which can have far-reaching ramifications. To ensure the effective functioning of these systems, governments can use IoT-enabled maintenance and monitoring. On the other hand, the blockchain can leverage the government agencies, in different sectors such as food safety, energy, water management, infrastructure, data security, healthcare, COVID-19 vaccines distribution, etc by accessing transparent information across these ecosystems and providing trust to the citizens.
End-to-end supply chain visibility, safer, transparent, and more sustainable food system. Assuring ethical sourcing practices, and helping prevent food and pharmaceuticals fraud.
Maintaining safely and transparently the public investments such as roads, power grids, water supply lines, airports, etc. Seamless collaboration across the ecosystems.
Reducing the data leaks, and risk of managing sensitive information by providing an immutable and transparent audit trail for contract management, and citizen services.
Privacy and security
A ledger that is shared across network partners and indelible means that tampering, fraud, and cyber-crime are much more difficult. Enable the highest level of security, performance, and stability.
Trust across parties
Blockchain networks help assure data integrity by storing an immutable, single version of the truth. Network participants can collaborate with confidence as they exchange information while controlling data access.
Reducing data leaks
Blockchain can reduce the time, cost and risks of managing sensitive information by providing an immutable and transparent audit trail for regulatory compliance, contract management, identity management and citizen services.
Through distributed ledger technology that provides a shared, single version of the truth, Cortex gives permissioned participants greater visibility across all activities.
Streamline shared processes, increase accountability, minimize disputes and automate reconciliation tasks.
Blockchain can provide real-time visibility on the entire infrastructure and processes, eliminating blind spots across public and private entities.