Network Launch Announcement | Robonomics.network open-source p2p infrastructure for smart cities and factories
Airalab is developing an open source robonomics system available on the Ethereum network that implements the standard of economic interaction between human-to-robot and robot-to-robot via liability smart contract. The team has worked tirelessly over the past several years, and is launching the fully functioning version of their product.
They launched a global, decentralized-network where market forces guide the participants—an economy of robots—and at the current stage of robotics development this makes it possible for autonomous robotic systems to communicate and exchange services among themselves and with humans.
The Airalab team is comprised of a wide array of specialists whose expertise ranges from robotics, IoT, industrial automation and ethereum smart contract development, to name a few. Their advisory board consists of PhDs who specialize in areas including system analysis and finance, as well as an adjunct professor at Boston University.
Back in 2015 the Airalab team was conducting decentralized IoT concept research. Just a year later in January 2016, they created the first smart contract for drone employees. The year after that they had already developed a robot liability contract prototype. In May 2017, after the successful first phase of their tokensale, the team launched the alpha release of the Robonomics game based on Industry 4.0, and tested the management of completely autonomous supply chains via investors’ capital.
Their primary use cases have allowed them to do the following: build trust in the services and products produced by smart cities and factories, allow direct user access to autonomous cyber physical systems and manage multi-agent systems with the help of capital. The use cases provide:
– Decentralized IoT Data Marketplace: Trade data collected by IOT devices and sensors without intermediaries
– Industry 4.0: Direct communication between consumers and smart factories, as well as solely among smart factories
– Trackable Supply Chain: Transparent history of goods and services
– Autonomous Service Providers: Robot-performed services in smart cities
– Management tools for the mass production of services and goods through capital
– Launch of a global supply chain consisting of autonomous factories and logistic services
What They Want
The Robonomics.network platform will empower the Ethereum network infrastructure to be used in Industry 4.0, the IoT and smart cities. The team at Airalab wants to find more individuals to support their project through the contribution of open source code, develop a larger community of like minded individuals who believe in technological progress and spread a deeper understanding of the value of AI: the means by which humans can reinvigorate the value of self-expression and development by replacing menial human jobs with robots.
Airalab’s project has produced incredible results, as evidenced by their use cases. The fact of the matter is that no other blockchain based, Industry 4.0 projects provide working solutions. They have a small, but dense community of experts and enthusiasts involved with the project, and want to share their values, ideas and attract more individuals who believe in robonomics.
They are launching the Robonomics.network mainnet very soon, and their whitepaper describes everything the project intends to accomplish in much greater detail; so please, give it a readthrough. If you like what you see, but think you know someone else who might be more interested in what they do, go ahead and shoot them a link to the whitepaper.
You can also read through the Airalab project’s Github Repositories if you are interested in collaborating through open source. To stay updated you can follow the team’s official accounts on Twitter and Telegram, or just sign up for the newsletter on the official website.
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