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Progress Report 19 Aug 2019
Dear Ambrosus Community,
Welcome to another bi-weekly progress report! In this update from the Ambrosus Team, the most important technical and ecosystem developments are discussed from the past two weeks. Overall, the continuous onboarding of Hermes and Atlas Masternodes on the Ambrosus Network, coupled with a diverse increase in open-source ecosystem development has further propelled growth in the Ambrosus Ecosystem across industries and countries! It has been a busy two weeks, so let’s get started.
Ecosystem Development: From Vietnam to South America
Ambrosus Business Developer, Radoslav Dragov has personally visited Vietnam for the past week, to begin preparations for an upcoming project, previously reported, focused on the dairy industry. As one of the more ambitious projects within the Ambrosus Ecosystem the project will require expertise in blockchain, IoT, and cloud computing. The progress from the past week is expected to continue over through implementation testing, and larger scale industrial testing in the coming weeks. The goal of this project is to ultimately redefine the quality of the Vietnamese dairy industry by tracing the exact grade and origin of all milk, across transportation links and processing facilities, with accurate and visible data on different parameters of the product. Lessons learnt from this project will be also valuable to all the external startups and entrepreneurs building businesses on top of Ambrosus open-source infrastructure.
A second project has also grown significantly in the past two weeks focused on the production of acerola. The fruit is a type of cherry, especially rich in Vitamin C and predominantly cultivated in South America. The current industrial project is focused on tracing a small percent of a much larger harvest of acerola. Comprehensive industrial adoption of the entire supply chain will be dependent upon the results of this project, and further discussions in the near ...
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