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GE research world’s 1st Quantum Secure ‘Blockchain’ for Securing digital transactions in 3D printing

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GE research world’s 1st Quantum-Secure Blockchain for Securing Digital Transactions in 3D Printing.
According to Benjamin Beckmann, GE Research’s Blockchain Leader,” that a blockchain-enabled supply chain provides an ideal framework for managing these additive transactions reliably and securely.
The demonstration of Blockchain for Additive is an excellent use case to build out our blockchain framework. We can create networks that allow for fine-grain control of materials flows, data, intellectual property and identity along with the entire additive digital thread. The goal here is to provide security for the entire additive process from powder to print.”

https://www.genewsroom.com/press-releases/ge-research-demonstrates-world%E2%80%99s-1st-quantum-secure-blockchain-network-securing

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Air NZ uses a 3D printer for speedy

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Air NZ uses a 3D printer for speedy. According to Air New Zealand,” has teamed up with components and systems provider Moog, Microsoft and ST Engineering on a world-first experiment which has the potential to transform aerospace supply chains by leveraging 3D printing and Moog’s blockchain enabled VeriPart™ process to create a point of use, time of need a digital supply chain.

The proof of concept has seen Air New Zealand order a digital aircraft part file from Singapore-based ST Engineering. The digital file was immediately sent to an approved printer, operated by Moog in Los Angeles, downloaded and 3D printed before being installed within hours on an Air New Zealand Boeing 777-300 aircraft ahead of its scheduled departure”.

https://www.nzherald.co.nz