Techstars announced the Air Force partnership in September and, in February, announced 10 companies [powerpoint download] that had made it through the Boston-based program. Among their products are sensors to detect harmful material that rogue drones might be carrying (and do so in a form factor small and efficient enough to work in an urban environment). Another tracks counterfeit drone parts online, while yet another builds rapidly modifiable hunter drones...
14bis Supply Tracking Selected for the Techstars Autonomous Technology Accelerator with the U.S. Air Force
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Houston, TX USA February 6, 2018 14bis Supply Tracking selected for the first Techstars Autonomous Technology Accelerator with [...]
14bis Supply Tracking, the Aerospace Supply Chain of Trust selected as Security and Privacy Finalist at SXSW 2018
SafeFlights (Now 14bis Supply Tracking) was selected to present our project at the 2017 Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal. About Web Summit: "The best technology conference on the planet”, Web Summit brings Fortune 500 companies, groundbreaking startups and world-class speakers to Lisbon.
SafeFlights plans to create private blockchains for enterprises and link them seamlessly with existing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. “We bridge the physical-digital gap for parts provenance,” Mitch explains. “We are developing a consortium blockchain so that OEMs, MROs, suppliers, airlines and governments can participate and update the blockchain as a part moves from entity to entity or airframe to airframe.”