An IoT and blockchain technology-based autonomous vehicle smart city project will be developed to improve safety.
An Intelligent Mobility Initiative of the University of Nevada, Reno selected a blockchain IoT technology of Filament for the development of the project. Communication between autonomous vehicles and street-side infrastructures will be improved through the project. The purpose of this improved communication is to improve safety.
The University will work on Filament Blocklet® technology. This technology will be integrated into the autonomous vehicles and the sensors of the street-side infrastructures. Events will be recorded and delivered and attested data exchange via blockchain technology transactions will be enabled.
Filament has Blocklet™ products. Providing blockchain native tools and technology is a purpose of the Blocklet™ products. Enterprises and industrial corporations can use the products. They can secure process and record transactions.
Supports from research universities, startups, and industries made the state of Nevada a premier location. The location is for innovative vehicle and transportation technologies. Supports from an Economic Development Office of the Nevada Governor made the Intelligent Mobility Initiative of the University of Nevada, Reno to test synchronized mobility concepts. The supports didn’t only make it for testing the concepts, but also made for the collection of data in real-world.
The University of Nevada, Reno is created on a belief. The belief is to help students with education and knowledge in solving the most pressing problems across the world. The schools and colleges at the University of Nevada are provided with a collaborative, open and welcoming learning environment to solve the problems. They consist of units, departments, labs, and centers and various academic programs are organized through each, according to the official website of the University of Nevada, Reno.
Filament is known as a blockchain technology solutions provider located in Reno, Nevada. It has its offices in Denver, a city in Colorado and Saint Paul, a city in Minnesota. It helps enterprises and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with comprehensive blockchain systems, GlobeNewswire reported.