An open IOT messaging service based on IOTA for nearby vehicles and infrastructure to communicate. Q: What problem does your project solve? A:Currently there is no broadly used method for smart infrastructure and vehicles from different manufacturers to communicate hindering progress in smart traffic management, accident avoidance and autonomous driving. Q: What expertise and roles […]

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Location detection with full privacy on Blockchain. Q: What problem does your project solve? A:All data in Blockchain open, so personal data (e.g. location data) can’t be stored on blockchain. With homomorphic encryption the data are computably stored on blockchain. Q: What expertise and roles do your team members have? A: Back-End Developer, App-Developer, Business […]

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We make your luggage travel on its own. Q: What problem does your project solve? A: We free travellers from the burden of caring for their luggage. Therefore the luggage will autonomously determine the optimal route and transport mode while always taking the owner’s schedules and directions into account. Q: What expertise and roles do […]

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KYC on the IOTA tangle. Q: What problem does your project solve? A: Expensive & time intensive KYC processes. Q: What expertise and roles do your team members have? A:Backend-Developer, Frontend-Developer, App-Developer, Consultant Q: Which technologies do you use for which purposes? A: MAM for claims streams, Android for an example App, Bluetooth for communication between Raspberrry […]

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Pac-Man on Wheels, the winners of third place (for USD 1 000 + 15 000 XSC tokens) Democratize autonomous driving by crowdsourcing and gamifying the data collection via IOTA Tokens Q: What problem does your project solve? A: In order to empower autonomous driving hundreds of thousands hours of sensor data are required. Individual data acquisition […]

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The winning team received USD 5 000 + 50 000 XSC tokens and the opportunity to pitch their project to the IOTA Ecosystem Fund for 50.000 USD. “In our vision we created the first Open Mobility Marketplace for IOTA – by enabling mobility provider companies (B2B) to publish mobility services offers (B2C), customers to search […]

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Over the weekend of 20-22 July, heavy rain poured on the streets of Munich. Which did not prevent 20,000 people to demonstrate against xenophobia at Königsplatz, also went more or less unnotced by the 150 participants of the BlockchainedMobility hackathon who met to create blockchain-based mobility solutions.  Hacker teams of leading European mobility players, such […]

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