Geneva, Switzerland, September 12, 2018
has officially announced yet another decentralized application (dApp) built on its platform – 3IPK
. This new endeavor will bring blockchain to the aviation industry. 3IPK is a project dedicated to automating certification control, airworthiness, supply chain and maintenance processes for aerospace, automotive, defense and nuclear sectors, all by developing blockchain-based digital solutions.
According to 3IPK’s CEO, Maria Capova
, the issue arises when parts from deep supply chains are sourced from all around the world, while complying to stringent regulation processes and potentially risky material authentications, resulting in large overhead costs.
The Founder and CEO of DECENT, Matej Michalko
, observed the current situation in the aviation industry in his personal blog
a few weeks ago. He claims a situation like this can also cause many time constraints, with weak traceability output, and may even become a safety hazard if the authentication and verification processes are not enforced enough.
After discussion with DECENT
, the board of directors member at 3IPK, Juraj Zamecnik
, together with the CEO, Maria Capova, came to a conclusion that DECENT’s DCore
platform could resolve the issues above. Mr Zamecnik is an experienced engineer with a background in Aeronautical and Nuclear Systems Engineering and Aviation Business Development.
With DCore, 3IPK aims to mitigate problems regarding the tracking, authentication and verification process of the supply chain. By using a feature called ‘Smart Dust’ fingerprinting, 3IPK will secure real-time tracking, allowing producers to keep track of all parts moving through the supply chain. DECENT
and 3IPK claim that this would result in an efficiency increase, eliminating unnecessary costs and ensuring transparency and safety.
In addition, by implementing certification originality control, 3IPK will offer aviation suppliers a set of rules, accelerating payment and settling processes for the supply chain, making them much safer. Using DECENT’s latest version of DCore, which has proven the ability to process more than 2,000 transactions per second, 3IPK wishes to implement a complex supplier management system for the aviation industry as soon as possible.
Founded in 2015, DECENT is a non-profit foundation that has developed an open-source blockchain platform, named DCore. Cooperating closely with top investment funds and incubators, DECENT is dedicated to build the ecosystem upon its proprietary blockchain technology to help developers and businesses adapt to a decentralized future.
Launched in 2017, DCore is a stable, customizable and cost-efficient open-source blockchain platform you can build on. As the world’s first blockchain dedicated to digital content, media and entertainment, DCore provides user-friendly software development kits to empower dApp developers and businesses in the decentralized network.