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Progress Report 2 Sep 2019
Dear Ambrosus Community,
Welcome to another bi-weekly progress report! In this feature, the most recent progress from within the Ambrosus Ecosystem is discussed, including network updates, new use cases for the Ambrosus Smart Pallet, as well as a massive opportunity for industrially implementing AMB-NET into a real world scenario!
The Ambrosus Smart Pallet: A Rising Star in the Logistics Industry
Since its official announcement, the Ambrosus Smart Pallet is witnessing a significant increase in interest from important players in the logistics industry. These discussions are starting to bear fruit as a pilot project is in the works, that specifically focuses on the Ambrosus smart pallet. Along with a partner company Ambrosus will trace a shipment of durian (Asian fruit) that will be refrigerated from Malaysia to China. From a broader perspective, at this stage, Ambrosus is laying the groundwork for an automated system for the traceability of products. By combining both hardware and software, the solutions provided by Ambrosus are able to encapsulate all of the different dimensions of the data collection process.
Tech Update: An Ecosystem at Large
The tech team has diligently continued to incessantly update and fix different bugs that have arisen from the constant uptime of AMB-NET and the hundreds of masternodes now live on the network. To date, Ambrosus remains one of the most decentralised ecosystems empowered by contributors and participants who committed to the project since its inception. More technically, the team has also been working on a new explorer_worker, as well as node retirement functionality. Previously mentioned designs for revamping the user interface of different dashboards within the Ambrosus Ecosystem are proceeding accordingly. Last but not least, the stack of industrial partner demos continues to develop, with feedback and engagement from the various industrial participants.
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