Using Blockchain technology to bring the global supply chain into the digital era
Join The Evolution of Supply Chain
Global Supply Chain (GSC) project kicked off in 2017 in Melbourne, Australia by a team with decades of industry experience in global supply chain, logistics, education, and information technology across the world. Our vision is to use blockchain technology to bring the global supply chain into the digital era and supply a platform to connect manufacturers to the consumer by making the entire supply chain process transparent to each party in-between. The project has received valuable mentorship and guidance from NASA, CASC and APOFCO.
GSC Supply Chain Application Scenario
Pandora Box is a GSC patented smart cold chain logistics IoT.
Pandora’s Box provide sensor capabilities to monitor product temperature on the move. The sensors record temperature, humidity, vibration and other items of interest. These readings will then be stored on the blockchain. They are permanent and tamper proof. If a storage condition deviates from what has been agreed, each member of the blockchain will see it. A smart contract can trigger an action to correct the situation. Depending on the size of the deviation, this action may be to simply adjust the storage. However, it could also extend to changing “use-by” dates, declaring products unfit or applying penalties.
Smart Product Tracking
If we were faced with any disease outbreak today, the Govt. would have a hard time figuring out where the bad ingredients came from and to which stores they were delivered. Today, it can take weeks to track down the source of the contamination and restore consumer’s confidence in the product.
To facilitate tracking for any items, GSC has partnered with Digitnexus inc. They will provide patented RFID printers, RFID handsets, RFID card issuers, external NFC devices, RFID access control equipment and other related devices for the systems to provide RFIDs solutions which will help track not only the origin of products but will also assist in the seamless movement of goods.
Customer ERP systems to predict demand have created huge efficiencies for some, but remain bound by a number of constraints. Point of sale data from smaller retail outlets or other points of distribution may not be available.
The data the manufacturer receives is rarely shared with other participants in the supply chain.
Financial Services For Supply Chain
GSC intelligently links suppliers, logistics, clients for finance financing and consumption in upstream and downstream, connecting to over hundreds of thousands of merchants and a huge number of customers in Australia, New Zealand and Japan and provides efficient and economical financial servies for supply chain including consumer loans etc.