Enterprise Solutions Criteria in the Age of GeoBlockchain: Land Ownership and Supply Chain

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2021-01-05
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Papantoniou, Constantinos
Hilton, Brian
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Land ownership and supply chain use cases are an enormous business challenge for both the public and private sectors. Every organization has different needs and wants, and industry leaders are researching and exploring ways to improve and impact their business transaction processes. Blockchain and Geospatial technologies are two tools that could help an organization add value in this manner. The combination of blockchain and geospatial technologies would result in the new concept of GeoBlockchain, defined here as a solution artifact that could be used to trace the trends and behaviors of participants (users) geographically and spatially, based on distributed nodes, transactions, and geo-locations via blockchain technology. The result of this research was the design, development, and implementation of two enterprise solution prototypes for land ownership and supply chains. This research indicates that blockchain technology can be integrated with geospatial technology, resulting in the GeoBlockchain implementation.
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Location Intelligence Research, blockchain, geoblockchain, geospatial, land ownership, supply chain
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Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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