Six farmers in north-east Scotland are working with SAC Consulting and Wallet.Services to develop distributed ledger, or DLT, technology that will allow shoppers to trace their oats right back along the supply chain and be completely sure they are gluten-free.
Wallet.Services, The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and Lloyd’s Register are collaborating with Baker Hughes, a GE company, and Chevron to develop a digitised use case of distributed ledger technology (DLT) to support the global oil and gas supply chain.
Distributed Ledger Technology is not only about security, transparency and provenance. In the big picture, it can contribute to many significant fights against the biggest issues of the current century – modern slavery, cancer and climate change amongst others…
We are proud to be working with Scottish Government to test out the use of blockchain technology to help implement their ambitious data vision for Scotland. This has been sighted by the likes of McKinsey as world-leading policy thinking on the provision of data services that are viewed as public services and data as a public asset beneficial to the society as a whole.