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Discussions on the Internet of Things, Smart
Cities and Blockchain
2.1 m/sec,
heading east
1.8 m/sec,
heading east
RH: 85 ...
Question
• Is there a systematic way to
apply blockchain to certain
applications? or to evaluate
blockchain for certain
ap...
IoT information for blockchain?
• Device ID
• Device metadata
• Observations collected by devices
• Intended applications
...
Let’s try… a technology push
method…
Let’s review some IoT solutions, and see how can
we fit blockchain into them? Is block...
Department of Homeland Security
Next Generation First Responder
Common Operating Picture (COP)
https://goo.gl/kjd8HL
Question:
how can blockchain be
applied to the next
generation first
responders?
Idea:
using permission-based blockchain as
a secure distributed web service
catalog to prevent data tampering (in
this cas...
Smart Citizens
Expanding to 500 sensors across 10
Canadian cities
•Jul 08 - St. Albert
•Sep - Winnipeg
•Sep - Ottawa
•Oct, Edmonton
•Oct/...
Question:
how can blockchain be
applied to large-scale
crowd sensing
systems?
Idea:
using blockchain to store IoT
observation data and metadata to
ensure data are not tampered.
CloudUAV
https://vimeo.com/228729720
Question:
UAV Compliance is
one of the most pressing
issue. How can we apply
blockchain here?
Idea:
using blockchain to manage UAV flight
mission data (e.g., flight plan, flight
path, telemetry data) to ensure
complianc...
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Discussion materials for the Internet of Things and Blockchain

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This is the discussion materials prepared for the Internet of Things and Blockchain session led by Dr. Steve Liang. The IoT and blockchain session is part of the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Workshop - PST 2017, Calgary, Canada. In this session Dr. Steve Liang discussed several IoT projects and the possible blockchain-based approaches to deal with the authenticity of sensor data and smart contracts.

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Discussion materials for the Internet of Things and Blockchain

  1. 1. Discussions on the Internet of Things, Smart Cities and Blockchain 2.1 m/sec, heading east 1.8 m/sec, heading east RH: 85 % Temp: 18 Celsius @sensorup Dr. Steve Liang, P.Eng. Associate Professor, University of Calgary Founder and CEO, SensorUp Inc. steve.liang@sensorup.com @steveliang
  2. 2. Question • Is there a systematic way to apply blockchain to certain applications? or to evaluate blockchain for certain applications?
  3. 3. IoT information for blockchain? • Device ID • Device metadata • Observations collected by devices • Intended applications • Users of the observations
  4. 4. Let’s try… a technology push method… Let’s review some IoT solutions, and see how can we fit blockchain into them? Is blockchain going to offer value? or even disrupt the existing approaches? (I know pull is always better than push…but this might provide us a different view on blockchain for IoT.)
  5. 5. Department of Homeland Security Next Generation First Responder
  6. 6. Common Operating Picture (COP) https://goo.gl/kjd8HL
  7. 7. Question: how can blockchain be applied to the next generation first responders?
  8. 8. Idea: using permission-based blockchain as a secure distributed web service catalog to prevent data tampering (in this case the endpoints of IoT data services) and man-in-the-middle attack.
  9. 9. Smart Citizens
  10. 10. Expanding to 500 sensors across 10 Canadian cities •Jul 08 - St. Albert •Sep - Winnipeg •Sep - Ottawa •Oct, Edmonton •Oct/Nov, Toronto
  11. 11. Question: how can blockchain be applied to large-scale crowd sensing systems?
  12. 12. Idea: using blockchain to store IoT observation data and metadata to ensure data are not tampered.
  13. 13. CloudUAV
  14. 14. https://vimeo.com/228729720
  15. 15. Question: UAV Compliance is one of the most pressing issue. How can we apply blockchain here?
  16. 16. Idea: using blockchain to manage UAV flight mission data (e.g., flight plan, flight path, telemetry data) to ensure compliance.

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