In the past, the OBD-II port has been used as a diagnostic tool to ensure regulatory compliance around carbon emissions. Today, OBD-II ports are more relevant for their usage with telematic solutions, especially for fleet management as they are typically the easiest place to access the vehicle CAN bus. As fleets explore switching from combustion to electric vehicles, they’re discovering that many of their telematics devices aren’t compatible with new EVs. We had to find another way to get at that information.
Join us at MOBI’s 2019 Colloquium, MOCO, on November 12th-13th in Los Angeles! We’re excited to demo a vehicle-to-infrastructure solution that delivers trusted vehicle wallet solutions for multi-stakeholder environments. As cities become more congested and city managers look for alternatives to tolls and gas-based taxes, Filament’s Blocklet Mobility Platform offers a GDPR-compliant blockchain-based solution that […]
Today. Pragmatic Protections in a Production Environment. Which brings us to today. DLT technology has provided some really intriguing means through which parties can interact freely with each other by participating in a distributed system that is owned by no one party, but available to them all, and can begin to not only provide verifiable […]
Why Trust Took So Much Time to Scale A recent development in this area of computer science is the invention of a data structure called a blockchain. It was the first example of a class of solutions loosely categorized as distributed ledger technologies–or DLTs–that provided some very strong guarantees around dealing with the time synchronization […]
The Big Bang Behind Blockchain: Decentralized Systems In the world of computer science, distributed systems theory has been hard at work attempting to model complex systems in algorithms. These are difficult problems to solve–issues such as time synchronization across the system, the avoidance of the creation of many fake accounts that mimic real participants, addressing […]
Blocklet Foundation Kit and Accelerator Services help get distributed ledger technology at the edge of the IoT up and running in a few days.
Innovative companies share insights with Nevada legislature on advanced technologies including AI, IoT, and blockchain for transportation.
Proud to be in the top 10 finalists selected at the NTT DATA Global Open Innovation Contest 9.0 in San Francisco.
Filament’s outlook on what’s ahead for enterprise blockchain.
Hyperledger business blockchain technologies from across the globe meet, align, and plan together in-person.
How enterprise blockchain technology is shaping mobility’s future with source generated, trusted and transparent data.
Filament’s Blocklet for Trusted Vehicle Applications is the first end-to-end automotive blockchain platform that plugs into vehicles to enable blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.
Filament’s new blockchain starter kit delivers tech, training, and support to help accelerate distributed ledger technology initiatives.
Filament receives Frost & Sullivan 2018 Visionary Innovation Award for its leadership in the automotive enterprise and Industrial Internet of Things market.
Filament joins MOBI to collaborate with the industry on creating the mobility economy.
Filament’s Blocklet hardware in a USB form factor means blockchain acceleration for businesses with legacy devices and machines.
Senate Bill 086 Establishes Colorado as the Newest State to Introduce Pro-Blockchain Legislation.
Filament has joined the Blockchain in Transportation Alliance (BiTA), a consortium that brings technology and transportation leaders together to develop new standards and solutions for the freight industry.
We’ve joined the Hyperledger global consortium to collaborate on blockchain and IoT-centric solutions that will set new industry standards.
We’ve created the technology that will take enterprise and Industrial IoT connectivity benefits to the next level.