- Fluree to provide cutting edge Blockchain technology to the Air Force as well as the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
- The main aim was to utilise Fluree’ a cryptographic tools and Blockchain technology to build up a software cybersecurity weapons factory named LevelUP.
Months ago in February, Fluree, a Blockchain data platform awarded a follow-up contract from the United States Air Force. Fluree to provide cutting edge Blockchain technology to the Air Force as well as the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The main aim was to utilise Fluree’ a cryptographic tools and Blockchain technology to build up a software cybersecurity weapons factory named LevelUP.
Fluree Was Initially Offered A Grant In February
Recently it has been reported that the US Air Force Project is moving forward with the latest contract with a sum that hasn’t been revealed yet. Recently a similar award was made in June. The co-CEO of Fluree, Brian Platz commented that this is really to complete the project that was initially proposed and researched as a proof of concept in the initial award offering in February. He further added that the initial award was mostly explanatory and the recent award is something that they will actually work on to get used for something real referring to June’s grant for the Air Force’s software of cybersecurity weapons in Texas, LevelUp.
Fluree Aims At Providing World’s Best Command And Control Communications Using DLT
Platz has further said that the US Air Force have told him to keep the matter confidential and not to discuss the details any further. However, during February’s grant to Fluree, it was announced that the Blockchain data company was focusing on providing the US Air Force world’s best command and control communications implementing the distributed ledger technology. Platz further emphasized that the DLT is best suited for such purposes because it gives you data integrity as well as the information about the changes made and by whom they were made.
Abdolrahimi Says DLT and Similar Technologies Have Become A Ground Reality
The emerging technology and innovation leader for Deloitte Consulting’s Government and Public Services practice, Combiz Richard Abdolrahimi said that battlefield data for command and control is the most common use of blockchain technology. He further explained that the Blockchain technology isn’t a potential anymore, it is more like a grounded reality, as blockchain continues to be involved in various military use cases.