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Opportunities and Challenges of DLT (Blockchain) in Mobility and Logistics
Fridgen, Gilbert; Guggenberger, Nikolas; Hoeren, Thomas et al.


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Keywords :
DLT; Mobility
Abstract :
[en] This report presents the economic potential, legal framework, and technical foundations required to understand distributed ledger (DL) / blockchain technology and llustrates the opportunities and challenges they present, especially in the mobility and logistics sectors. It was compiled by the blockchain laboratory at Fraunhofer FIT on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI). Its intended audience comprises young companies seeking, for example, a legal assessment of data protection issues related to DL and blockchain technologies, decisionmakers in the private sector wishing concrete examples to help them understand how this technology can impact existing and emerging markets and which measures might be sensible from a business perspective, public policymakers and politicians wishing to familiarize themselves with this topic in order to take a position, particularly in the mobility and logistics sectors, and members of the general public interested in the technology and its potential. The report does not specifically address those with a purely academic or scientific interest in these topics, although parts of it definitely reflect the current state of academic discussion.
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Computer science
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Fridgen, Gilbert  ;  University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT)
Guggenberger, Nikolas
Hoeren, Thomas
Prinz, Wolfgang
Urbach, Nils
Baur, Johannes
Brockmeyer, Henning
Gräther, Wolfgang
Rabovskaja, Elisaweta
Schlatt, Vincent
Schweizer, André
Sedlmeir, Johannes
Wederhake, Lars
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Opportunities and Challenges of DLT (Blockchain) in Mobility and Logistics
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