Aumenta Solutions, a Spanish company that makes solutions based on Augmented Reality (AR) technology, is working with shipping giant MSI and blockchain development and maintenance company Jelurida to create a project to maintain port infrastructure using the Ardor blockchain and AR technology. The project will be powered by the Ardor blockchain.
Aumenta Solutions, MSI, and Jelurida are working together to create a new relationship that will start soon. With the help of Ardor Blockchain, the platform will certify user tasks on-site and give repair pros access to digital information like blueprints and maintenance instructions. Also, workers will have access to digital data in real-time, which will boost output and cut down on delays.
Between 2021 and 2030, the port infrastructure market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.9%, taking its value to $243,1 billion. This market is essential for the smooth running of ports and the movement of people, goods, and ships. Still, it has to deal with a number of problems that make it less efficient and raise its operating costs. The app gives access to upkeep info in real-time, which speeds up the process of maintaining a computer.
Jelurida, Aumenta Solutions, and MSI are working together on a project that is aimed at global harbors, which are a part of the market for real-world infrastructure. The new platform uses blockchain and augmented reality (AR) to make it easier for repair data to be shared in real-time, which increases efficiency and cuts down on unplanned delays.
The final goal of the project is to completely change the way the port repair is done by making it more efficient, less disruptive, and more accurate. The project’s maintenance validation method uses augmented reality (AR) images verified by the Ardor blockchain to make sure that all work is done on-site and within the given time frame. The licencing plan is very important to the success of the project because it makes sure that regular upkeep is done right and on time.