Tracking Cost, Insurance, and Freight with Blockchain

Cost, Insurance, and Freight (CIF) is an expense paid by a seller to cover the costs, insurance, and freight against the possibility of loss or damage to a buyer’s order while it is in transit to a port. Blockchain can provide visibility, risk management, and immutability to this complex system.

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MEASURING MANUFACTURING PRODUCTIVITY

Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is the gold standard for measuring manufacturing productivity. Simply put OEE identifies the percentage of manufacturing time that is truly productive. Mōdus Automation is seeking to bring irrefutable trust to the manufacturing life cycle through blockchain.

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Supply Chain Early Warning System

Dow Chemical manufacturers plastics, chemicals, and other products with employees in over 160 countries. With a vast supply chain to monitor, Dow’s CIO needed to find a solution that was not only immutable, but made data-sharing easy.

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Securing Distributed Additive Manufacturing

SIMBA Chain has been chosen to help the U.S. Air Force with Additive Manufacturing efforts on the battlefield and at home. With SIMBA, the Air Force’s BASECAMP project will be able to decentralize Additive Manufacturing in the field while maintaining the integrity of data.

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Tracking Production on a Blockchain

QuPiD (Quality Pricing for Deliverables) is custom-made software developed by Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Company (ITAMCO) to more efficiently monitor the production process and store the recorded information on a blockchain.

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Robust Analysis

Planners using ANSOL’s POM Tool™ can now record approved plans and changes in a Blockchain ledger using SIMBA Chain’s Smart-Contract-as-a-Service (SCaaS) API Integration.

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Adding Accountability to Child Support

Over a quarter of all children under twenty-one are living with only one parent, and of that number, 56% received only partial or even no child support. Incredibly, $23 billion is left unpaid by the end of each year. Kyle Luster has a solution to fix the tracking and transparency.

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Creating Better Housing Records

Trying to find the history of a house someone is interested in purchasing can be challenging. Jacob Frabutt, 2019 SIMBA Chain Intern, saw this problem and developed a solution.

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