Autonomous Supply Chains | University of Cambridge | Blockchain AI | Fetch.ai

By Emily Cook

 Fetch.ai has been working closely with the University of Cambridge for several months. In this, our latest demo, we showcase the potential of autonomous supply chains using Fetch.ai agents and sensors. The technology will enable wholesalers to monitor storage conditions in real-time to ensure perishable goods such as meat arrive in perfect condition. 

  Thanks to all of our collaborators who helped to develop this use case, including the Institute for Manufacturing and the Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory research group at Cambridge University, Pitch-In IoT, Alexandra Brintrup and Liming Xu. 

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