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"The luxury automaker currently has a pilot program with suppliers with plants in Europe, Mexico and the U.S. and is using blockchain to track materials, components and parts across its supply chain. BMW is also a member of the Mobile Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI), which is made up of a consortium of auto manufacturers including Honda and Ford. In July 2019, Mobi launched the auto industry’s first blockchain vehicle identity standard, which gives new cars a digital identity. The technology could eventually track events throughout a car’s life and be used to connect vehicles to share information, track speed, location, direction of travel, braking and even driver intention (like changing lanes)."
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- Key Executive: Andre Luckow, head of distributed ledger and emerging technologies