Supply Chain

Blockchain & Supply Chain

Additive Manufacturing

3D printing is revolutionizing the manufacturing of industrial parts, creating lighter and stronger parts and digitizing the manufacturing process. Blockchain provides a layer of security and trust to the transfer of printing information as well as the collection of data during the printing process.

Supplier Traceability

Companies must trust their suppliers as they struggle to maintain visibility over their entire supply chain. Blockchain provides that transparency and supplier trust, creating an immutable and open chain of information for companies to track their products from their origin.

IoT Tracking

Using IoT devices adds another layer of information to the supply chain. These devices use sensors to track temperature, location, humidity, and other important data points to manage the integrity of products. Incorporating this data on the traceability blockchain gives companies an inside look at their supply chain.

Want to learn more?

The Blockchain Research Institute and its research contributors have produced a number of reports on the blockchain revolution in supply chain, including:

2020 Supply Chain Speakers

Nadia Hewett

Raj Rao

Kaushik Malladi

Martha Bennett

Genevieve Leveille

Alison Clafin

Jon Kuiper

Walid Al Saqqaf