Airlines are experimenting with digital technologi…

Following is an excerpt from BCG article What could blockchain do for airlines? “Is the airline industry fully capitalizing on the digital revolution? With rising demand, strong cost controls, increasing fee revenues, and solid earnings, the case for transformation may not seem as urgent as it might…

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Blockchain is becoming more mainstream with leadin…

With blockchain being one of the rare new technologies that can be applied to almost any industry sector, it’s no surprise that high end automotive brands like GM, BMW, Mercedes,Daimler, Ford are starting to utilize the power of blockchain to advance their technology. Article written by Darryn Pollock and…

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Future Industrial Technologies

Robotics and technology, like artificial intelligence, seem to push the boundaries of manufacturing efficiency every day. However, we find anything but automation when we look at the big picture: Client/factory communication issues?Multiple factories involved in producing a single product causing delays?ARXUM targets that problem – by leveraging blockchain technology,…

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Blockchain technology is changing food supply chai…

Food Technology Magazine published an article in which they discuss ” How Blockchain Is Changing the Supply Chain Conversation” .Discussing topics such as how blockchain went from crptocurrencies to supply chain, how blockchain can be applied to food supply chains and what are the drawbacks and limitations this article is…

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Blockchain and pharmaceutical supply chain…

” At the MedCity Converge conference in Philadelphia, US last year, Merck associate director for applied technology, Nishan Kulatilaka, noted that healthcare could be the second-largest sector to adopt the technology, after financial services. For patients and public health systems, blockchain could, among other applications, be a natural facilitator…

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Tools and technologies that could help mitigate su…

“Today’s supply chains are complex global networks that face a growing host of risks, including natural disasters, labor unrest, transportation delays, political uncertainty and cyberattacks. Fortunately, through the use of technology and data analytics, there are ways for commercial shippers and service providers to mitigate these risks.” Two steps a…

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Blockchain could help with chargeback fraud during…

Since its beginning in March of this year, Covid-19 pandemic forced all non essential business to close their doors. This accompanied with mandatory social distancing measures meant people are now- more than ever- relying on e-commerce and online shopping. According to this article from Forbes U.S. online merchants saw ”…

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ARXUM trademarked in United States of America

We are pleased to announce ARXUM is officially trademarked in United States in accordance to Patent and Trademark office. Class 9 – computer hardware and downloadable or recorded software for authorizing access to recorded manufacturing production and or manufacturing process automation. Class 35 – Business administration, in particular business…

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How blockchain can create more resilient supply ch…

”Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced in mid-February that it was temporarily halting production at a car factory in Serbia because it could not get parts from China. Hyundai has made a similar announcement for factories in Korea. International air travel transported a significant amount of trade…

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WHO & Tech Giants are building a blockchain t…

By SUSAN MILLER The World Health Organization, in partnership with tech giants, government agencies and international health organizations, is building a blockchain-based control and communications system that aims to quickly and more precisely detect COVID-19 carriers and infection hotspots. Announced March 27, MiPasa promises to securely share previously siloed…

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