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MANUFACTURING
DLT implementations in the manufacturing domain empowers stakeholders to streamline operations, gain greater visibility into supply chains, and track assets with unprecedented precision. In addition, DLT has the potential to effectively revolutionize their manufacturing processes securely, through data sharing, to ultimately achieve their desired scale
Challenges
Utilizing emerging IoT & smart manufacturing solutions to seamlessly bridge development & operations, while addressing the lack of common software interfaces & standard data formats
Solutions
SnapScale DLT embraces Multi-access Edge Computing’s (MEC) distributed architecture to effectively enable the storage, sharing and the analysis of scalable valued data, across multiple stakeholders in a secure manner
Benefits
Application of lean-manufacturing, JIT inventory, product lifecycle management, asset utilization, on-demand maintenance, outsourcing consolidation that lowers operational costs, and build transparency with trusted partners
Equipment-as-a-Service
Equipment-as-a-Service, or EaaS, is the act of renting machinery (Eg: Visual Inspection Equipment) to manufacturers and periodically collecting payments based on a set of pre-defined KPIs. EaaS differs from equipment leasing in that this model includes several other contract forms, such as guaranteed uptime, throughout throughput, speed or quality assurance, with KPIs in determining payout rate
Collaborative Design, Mass Customization & Additive Manufacturing
Industrial design teams use on-chain storage to share technical designs, leveraging SnapScale DLT’s immutability to track any malicious behavior (theft, infringement, etc.)

Industrial design data is stored across several MEC nodes and can be accessed by multiple OEM partners, provided that smart contracts are signed with the development team’s approval

Workloads can be flexibly distributed across authorized and pre-identified OEM partners. In addition, design technology such as CAD / CAM can be integrated with AI on the DLT to improve design processes
Value Proposition
Cybersecurity
Critical data to be stored on edge node via IPFS, diminishing the potential impact of cyberattacks
Asset optimization
Workloads & tasks can be scheduled in a non-deniable & automated manner via smart contracts
Collaborative product development platform
Ensuring secure data sharing amongst manufacturers and other entities through a trusted environment
Process tracking & streamlining
Close manufacturing feedback loops by recording events, store process values on the ledger
Fraud detection
Identification as a Service to verify the origins of multiple manufacturing components
MANUFACTURING
DLT implementations in the manufacturing domain empowers stakeholders to streamline operations, gain greater visibility into supply chains, and track assets with unprecedented precision. In addition, DLT has the potential to effectively revolutionize their manufacturing processes securely, through data sharing, to ultimately achieve their desired scale
Challenges
Utilizing emerging IoT & smart manufacturing solutions to seamlessly bridge development & operations, while addressing the lack of common software interfaces & standard data formats
Solutions
SnapScale DLT embraces Multi-access Edge Computing’s (MEC) distributed architecture to effectively enable the storage, sharing and the analysis of scalable valued data, across multiple stakeholders in a secure manner
Benefits
Application of lean-manufacturing, JIT inventory, product lifecycle management, asset utilization, on-demand maintenance, outsourcing consolidation that lowers operational costs, and build transparency with trusted partners
Equipment-as-a-Service
Equipment-as-a-Service, or EaaS, is the act of renting machinery (Eg: Visual Inspection Equipment) to manufacturers and periodically collecting payments based on a set of pre-defined KPIs. EaaS differs from equipment leasing in that this model includes several other contract forms, such as guaranteed uptime, throughout throughput, speed or quality assurance, with KPIs in determining payout rate
Collaborative Design, Mass Customization & Additive Manufacturing
Industrial design teams use on-chain storage to share technical designs, leveraging SnapScale DLT’s immutability to track any malicious behavior (theft, infringement, etc.)

Industrial design data is stored across several MEC nodes and can be accessed by multiple OEM partners, provided that smart contracts are signed with the development team’s approval

Workloads can be flexibly distributed across authorized and pre-identified OEM partners. In addition, design technology such as CAD / CAM can be integrated with AI on the DLT to improve design processes
Value Proposition
Cybersecurity
Critical data to be stored on edge node via IPFS, diminishing the potential impact of cyberattacks
Asset optimization
Workloads & tasks can be scheduled in a non-deniable & automated manner via smart contracts
Collaborative product development platform
Ensuring secure data sharing amongst manufacturers and other entities through a trusted environment
Process tracking & streamlining
Close manufacturing feedback loops by recording events, store process values on the ledger
Fraud detection
Identification as a Service to verify the origins of multiple manufacturing components