The Robonomics platform usage in the real sector

Experiments on Robonomics

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Robonomics Game
The project is a miniature of responsive production. The model of this production consists of executive equipment (FischerTechnik model), control equipment (Siemens Simatic S1200) and a communication server consisting of two parts: an ROS adapter and an OPC UA server (Siemens Simatic IoT 2040).
The Robonomics Game demonstrates how the production of several goods can meet market requirements. This project illustrates the interaction of economic agents using AIRA technology in terms of production.
Alisher Khassanov alisher@aira.life Robot as a Service YouTube
MaaS: proof-of-concept
The system where anyone can start economic interaction with a robot. Namely, to choose a model and print it on a ZENIT 3D-printer, signing a contract with it and paying for it through a simple and intuitive web interface. Vadim Manaenko vadim.manaenko@aira.life Robot as a Service -
Chemistry Quality Control System
The project is about blockchainization of technological process. The Airalab team has developed a quality control system for the production of a certain chemical product. Monitoring the quality is important here as the main active substance of this chemical product (chlorine dioxide) is hazardous to health in high concentrations and useless if the concentration is below normal. Blockchain helps building trust to the manufacturing company. An autonomous cyber-physical system that checks the concentration of a random packet from each batch was developed in order to solve this problem. And a spectrograph is used for verification. End users can get information about the product through a QR-code printed on each package Vadim Manaenko vadim.manaenko@aira.life Secure supply chain data 1/ Long-read (EN) 2/ Techicals (EN) 3/ Long-read (RU) 4/ Video SCAMT about blockchainization 5/ Blockchain to the rescue of quality
Smart Yard. Safe environment
The project is a system of sensors that monitors the cleanliness of the air in the yard. The use of blockchain technology to store information in the decentralized network in this case will allow the state and its citizens to trust this data and use it along with the data from stationary posts. How is it possible to use the data stored in the decentralized network?
  • Citizens will be able to sell information about the air quality to the organizations interested in it directly, that is, without any mediator taking part in it. This provides the opportunity to recover the costs associated with installing sensors.
  • City administration will be able to use the information received from the private sensors to improve the quality of citizens’ lives.
  • Entrepreneurs will be able to buy data directly from the sensors, bypassing bureaucratic procedures.
Ivan Petrov ip@aira.life Alisher Khassanov alisher@aira.life Smart city platform Animated video (RU)
Airalab blog (RU)
Airalab blog (EN)
Libelium press-release (RU)
Libelium press-release (EN)
Drone on the Volga
Drones, sensors and blockchain to monitor the quality of water in the Volga River to ensure the reliability and transparency of data. The project “Drone on the Volga” was developed in order to measure water pollution in the Kuibyshev reservoir, the largest reservoir in Eurasia, located on the Volga River (in the Samara region). This project combines modern robotics, blockchain and IoT, demonstrating how the environment can be monitored and controlled without the need for human interaction. It can work as the basis for continuous monitoring of pollutants in aquatic environment. A matrix of data from many of these UAVs can fuel AI systems, which can easily and quickly detect the source of contamination. Алишер Хасанов alisher@aira.life *Robot as a Sevice; *Secure supply chain data; *Smart city platform 1/ Forklog (RU) 2/ RG (RU) 3/ Smart Distributions (RU) 4/ Video of final tests (RU) 5/ Comments of creators (RU) 6/ Libelium (EN) 7/ Truth to be discovered
The robot-artist “Gaka-Chu”
The robot-artist is an example of an adaptive industrial unit that independently performs economic interaction in accordance with the Robonomics protocol. Exploring the environment and image quality monitoring are provided with depth sensors and an RGB-camera. The image itself is synthesized by such cognitive services as Azure. The services analyze information from the social networks by trends and popular hashtags, and process it into a view that can be clearly displayed. This system clearly illustrates the full potential of technology development and the capabilities of the Robonomics protocol. Alexey Ovcharov ao@aira.life Pavel Sheremetev spd@aira.life Robot economics Article p.1 Article p.2 Publication in media

Built on Robonomics: projects that use our technologies

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DAO IPCI
Blockchain technology for carbon markets, environmental assets and liabilities. Anton Galenovich Alexey Shadrin Sergey Lonshakov Website
Decentralized Technologies
Decentralized platform for companies to manage fleets of mobile robots, organize secure p2p communication, and monetize robots-as-a-service. Aleksandr Kapitonov Vitaly Bulatov Sergey Lonshakov Andrey Morozov Ivan Berman Aleksandr Svistov Website

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