The path towards the realization of Smart City can be seen as a real innovation laboratory in which themes linked to the quality of services and life are merged with new responses for environmental sustainability, safety, mobility and quality of work. This path has experienced an exciting phase in which the cities experimented and adopted new forms of innovation including blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), etc.in many different areas.
Mercedes’ parent corporation, Daimler AG, a German global automotive company headquartered in Baden-Württemberg, has declared a partnership with four other giant startups including a European distributed ledger tech (DLT) interface, to create a blockchain solutions for cars dubbed a mobility blockchain platform (MBP), a distributed software platform which enables mobility as a facility with end to end encryption.
Blockchain technology is among the six major technologies in Italy that will improve the quality of life in the city. The technology is clean, secure and on-demand mobility. 2019 is just one month old and most people consider it as the turning point for the induction of tech and unfeigned nationals’ plans for the switching of urban centres to smart cities.
Newly-launched mobility platform Moveco is well on its way to building a safer and smarter mobility industry that also makes it more efficient and affordable to do one of the most basic things of life: move.
Cryptocurrency disintermediation of financial transaction and immutability of records is redefining the concept of money. However, for all the benefits cryptocurrencies bring to the table, most people remain hesitant about fully investing in it due one concern: mobility.
The blockchain mobility data initiative will gain crucial exposure at the exclusive summit in October for investors and emerging growth companies, bringing further momentum to its already successful crowdsale.