If in April we were already at the Blockchain Expo Global in London, helping at the stand of the Telos project of which CTIC is part with The Teloscope, on this occasion we repeated for the Blockchain Expo Europe held on 19 and 20 June in Amsterdam.
Again, a member of CTIC’s blockchain team flew to Amsterdam, and not only to help at the Telos stand explaining to visitors the advantages of this blockchain platform, but also to show two applications that CTIC’s blockchain team have created for Telos.
One of our applications, which we call ‘decibelathor’, demonstrates the high processing speed of the Telos blockchain network, which is able to validate and save a block every half second, and to process around 4000 transactions per second.
For this purpose, a microphone connected to a micro-computer picks up the level (in dB) of the ambient sound, which is immediately recorded into the public Telos blockchain (mainnet). The successive measurements are queried and graphically presented on a web application, where users can check in real time the noise variations as they occur.
The second usr case that we demoed is an example of a blockchain-based agri-food traceability system, also for the Telos blockchain platform. Our application allows producers, processors, distributors and sellers to register and verify the information of each product delivered. The final consumer can check this information and have greater certainty about the origin and treatment of the product.
GoodBlock, another block producer (BP) in Telos, also brought its own proof of concept (PoC) developed for Telos: an example of how to track the production of an electronic board. And the Telos Foundation, in collaboration with the proxibots project, showed an example of access control to a lockbox.
We were able to chat with numerous visitors of very diverse nature, from logistics companies, technology consultants, and even an engineer from the European Space Agency. All of them were interested in the possibilities of implementing a solution based on blockchain technologies for their business or field of application.
Also at this event, many conferences and high-level round tables were offered in rooms adjacent to the exhibition area, which quickly filled up. On the first day Douglas Horn, architect and author of the white paper Telos blockchain, participated in a round table dedicated to transparency and provenance blockchain solutions, that help improve customer loyalty and profitability. On the next day we could see Douglas presenting the Telos project in greater detail at one of the scenarios set up within the exhibition area.
The experience has been wonderful and all of us supporting the Telos project at the event have been able to show the capabilities of this blockchain platform, showing real solutions to very diverse business sectors.
We are eager to participate again with Telos in forthcoming events, collaborating with the rest of BPs and members of the Telos Foundation.