Hedera’s public ledger consensus service was recently used to “collect, store and query” millions of data points in a UK-sponsored drone data test.

According to the announcement, Hedera worked with Neuron Innovations, a London-based aerospace technology company, to test safe long-range airspace sharing with commercial, military and general UAVs.

Neuron has implemented a Flight-as-a-Service (Flight-as-a-Service) system that allows drones to easily connect to existing air traffic. The space technology company then used Hedera Networks Hedera Consensus Service to “collect, store and query” drone data. Neuron CEO Niall Greenwood said:

“We made long-distance unmanned travel possible by leveraging our safety-critical aviation infrastructure. Each flight creates millions of data points that no other public registry can register and register quickly enough. ”
The multidimensional experiment was conducted in Port Montrose, Scotland and at Cranfield University in Bedfordshire in April and October 2021. Neural sensors recorded data points related to the location and orientation of the drones, while the Hedera Consensus Service recorded data collected from each drone and timestamps. in the subject. Decentralized ledger.

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The experiment, which was supported by the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, was one in a series of drone-related tests. The main conclusion of the study was that drones could be monitored after they lost their sight.

Hedera Hashgraph is a highly reliable public ledger technology network based on the Proof of Stake consensus algorithm. A proof of concept that shows that a particular action or concept is possible uses the Hedera Consensus Service and the Hedera Token Service.

Hedera Hashgraph has created a number of collaborative projects to apply blockchain technology to real-world applications across a variety of sectors. In November 2021, Cointelegraph announced that Hedera Council partnered with ServiceNow, a cloud-based digital workflow platform, to integrate the Now platform and create a new level of trust and accountability in digital transactions.

Source: CoinTelegraph

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