There are products where safety takes priority. Just think of child seats or helmets. Or how about when you have goods that require controlled conditions and quality monitoring during transport? What happens when one of these products or services is impacted by external factors that compromise its safety?
Cegeka has developed a solution that can be included in these products, and which will measure extreme conditions and indicate when the product has suffered damage, either visible or hidden.
Cegeka connected an IoT sensor directly to the blockchain. As a result, the data can't be manipulated, and all stakeholders have access to correct data at any time. And you can easily check the safety status, through a smartphone app.
Safety happens to be something you don't always see, but it's something you need to rely on blindly.
Combination: IoT & Blockchain
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