The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) – which provides material support for aircraft and airborne weapons systems for the navy – announced in a press release Friday it is investigating whether blockchain could trace parts through their life-cycle more efficiently and cost-effectively than with current methods. "Knowing the origin and history of flight-critical aircraft parts is a resource-consuming process that drives up the cost to operate military aircraft," NAVAIR explains.
With existing systems, after delivery, parts are tracked using a paper-based process and manually recorded on a database. However, the naval command has kick-started research that hopes to switch Naval Aviation Enterprise processes to a permissioned blockchain.
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