Based in dresden, Germany, The German Fraunhofer Institute for photon Microsystems (The Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems) announced plans to block chain concept is applied to The logistics in The field of wireless radio frequency identification (RFID) sensor system development. According to this concept, the German fraunhofer institute for photon Microsystems want to use the block chain solutions, implementation "decentralized storage" rfid sensor data generated.
The institute for its customers developed a variety of hardware and software solutions, and using the simulation analysis of their individual needs. Although the German fraunhofer institute for photonic micro system technology integration block chain had not yet been introduced products, but it is expected that in the logistics Solutions, and Process Management conference on Trade (Trade Fair for Intralogistics Solutions, and Process Management), they will show a set of radio frequency identification (rfid) sensor software system solution.
They think that block chain technology in the field of process automation and logistics supply chain has great potential of data management, not only can improve the logistics delivery speed, avoid fraud and error, also can reduce waste and cost. Dr Andreas Weder is Germany, head of the fraunhofer institute for photonic micro system, he said, if the radio frequency identification (rfid) sensor data is stored in block chain, so all the participants in the supply chain is likely to be tracking the data.he said"Our rfid sensor can measure the humidity, vibration or physical parameters such as temperature, and then through the wireless transmission to a data reader." It is reported, the German government is constructing a block chain technology management legal framework, in order to embrace this new technology.