Blockchain + Internet of Things: 2018 China Canada Plus Internet of Things and Blockchain Integration Summit Forum Successfully Held in Canada
Release time：2018-06-13Source：XYCC Click on：
April 30th (Canadian time April 29th) 2018 China-Canada Internet of Things and Blockchain Integration Summit Forum organized by China-Canada Internet of Things and Blockchain Industry Development Research Institute and Six Domain Chain Alliance in Toronto, Canada Marriott Markham held a grand ceremony. The event invited many Internet and blockchain technology experts from home and abroad to attend the conference and delivered wonderful speeches. Qian Jinqiu, the Consul General of the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Toronto, Li Yanhua, Consul General of Economy and Commerce of the Chinese Consulate General in Toronto, and Chen Shengyuan, member of the Canadian Parliament, Chen Guozhi, Director of the International Trade Department of Ontario, Canada, and Hu Hejing, Member of the City of Wanjin, attended the event and discussed with the audience the new opportunities that the new technological revolution will bring.
The Internet of Things has been hailed as the third wave of the development of the world's information industry after the Internet. As an important medium connecting the physical world and the information world, as the country's new economic growth point of strategic emerging industries, the Internet of Things industry not only has a good market efficiency, but also It is the object of competition for the technological standards of developed countries in the world.
In this activity, the global system for the integration of IoT international standards and blockchain innovations was the first systematic public release. The international standard organization (ISO/IECSC27) Canada chairman, ISO/IECSC4 international convener Faud.A.Khan details The importance of the development and standardization of the Internet of Things and blockchain technology and the importance of implementation, Shen Jie, chief scientist of the six-domain model of the International Standard for Internet of Things and the chief scientist of the Six-Domain Chain Alliance also delivered a speech at the conference. Dr. Shen The introduction of the “6-domain model” around the top layer architecture design of the Internet of Things (IoT) explained how to quickly implement the design and landing of IoT applications for blockchain technology. He believes that “the analysis of the established IoT industry ecosystem will be possible. Deeply cut into the industry chain and various subdivisions of the industry, shattered the traditional traditional industrial processes, removed some unnecessary and unvalued links, and reconstructed key links, in particular, substantially improved the operational efficiency of the “materials”. Create new value to build a larger network of value systems, continue to empower the industry, and truly shape the Internet of Things Collaborative ecosystem. "Dr. Shen speech to things and block chain industry practitioners presence of profound inspiration.
As early as the beginning of this year, Richard Zhou, co-chairman of the six-domain chain alliance and Canadian community leader, has prepared and set up a Canadian blockchain investment fund, established related research institutes, and conducted mergers and acquisitions of Canadian blockchain R&D technology. Accelerate the launch of Internet of Things applications and speed up the development of relevant cooperation in the field of Canadian blockchain + Internet of Things.
In the past March, Richard Zhou was invited to meet with the academician of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the academician of the British Royal Academy of Engineering, and Dr. Moridi, Director of the Department of Science and Innovation in Ontario, Canada. The two sides discussed the technical standards of the ISO six-domain model and the commercial value of SDChain, SDChain. In recognition of its contribution to the innovation and commercialization of the IoT blockchain, Dr. Moridi hopes SDChain will expand its business in Ontario, Canada.
At the event, David Pan, co-chairman and CEO of the Six Domains Alliance, gave a detailed presentation on the development of the current six-domain chain and the introduction of IoT enterprise application plans in the future. It is reported that on March 13th, the six-domain chain project officially opened the first test public chain that truly used the blockchain to ensure the reliability of the Internet of Things, and it has obtained the technical cooperation cooperation requirements of several Internet of Things companies for the six domain chain, including agriculture, Industrial, smart community and logistics related IoT applications.
David Pan announced that on May 16th, the two key businesses of Taiwan’s “Taiwan Six Domain Chain Companies” will be launched:
Beginning in Taiwan, it provides four kinds of IoT technology application support for the six domain chain alliance members globally: DApp development, overseas circulation license based on the six domain chain public chain, no-issue chain distribution of domestic IOT companies, and overseas IoT company's sub-chain and issue of the issue.
In order to facilitate the legal and tax-purchasing SDA pass for members of the global 6-domain chain alliance, [Taiwan 6-domain chain company] provides 11 kinds of legal currency to purchase the SDA banking channel, so that the SDA pass can be accounted for under IFRS International Financial Reporting Standards. Networked company's production inventory assets. The supported currency includes: US Dollars, Euros, Japanese Yen, British Pounds, Canadian Dollars, South African Dollars, Australian Dollars, New Zealand Dollars, Hong Kong Dollars, the Philippines, and New Taiwan Dollars.
Because of the decentralized eco-design of the blockchain project, the development of the project is inseparable from the forces promoted by the community members. How to build and plan the community has become the topic of most concern for each project. He graduated from the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, Lisa Liu, former head of Arm China’s IoT market and currently a six-domain chain IoT business manager, introduced the six-domain chain’s operating experience in the area of community development. “We are currently committed to fostering the corporate community and building a community of developers. With the establishment of an investment community, we hope to establish a real, transparent, equal, and autonomous IoT-blockchain ecology and value system."
The successful completion of this event has a milestone significance for the cooperation between China and Canada in the Internet of Things and blockchain technologies. From the emergence to the development of blockchain technology, it has been expanding globally, with the former six domains. The Chain and Taiwan IoT Association (TIOTA) is also jointly promoting the Internet of Things and SDChain's blockchain technology to ensure the security and reliability of data transactions.