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Blockchain for Industry 4.0
Blockchain for Industry 4.0: Emergence, Challenges, and Opportunities




ISBN 9781032253664
Published December 23, 2022 by CRC Press
324 Pages 48 Color & 20 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This reference text provides the theoretical foundations, the emergence, and the application areas of Blockchain in an easy-to-understand manner that would be highly helpful for the researchers, academicians, and industry professionals to understand the disruptive potentials of Blockchain. It explains Blockchain concepts related to Industry 4.0, Smart Healthcare, and the Internet of Things (IoT) and explores Smart Contracts and Consensus algorithms. This book will serve as an ideal reference text for graduate students and academic researchers in electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, computer engineering, and information technology.

This book        
• Discusses applications of blockchain technology in diverse sectors such as industry 4.0, education, finance, and supply chain.        
• Provides theoretical concepts, applications, and research advancements in the field of blockchain.         
• Covers industry 4.0 digitization platform and blockchain for data management in industry 4.0 in a comprehensive manner.        
• Emphasizes analysis and design of consensus algorithms, fault tolerance, and strategy to choose the correct consensus algorithm.
• Introduces security issues in the industrial internet of things, internet of things, blockchain integration, and blockchain-based applications.         

The text presents in-depth coverage of theoretical concepts, applications and advances in the field of blockchain technology. This book will be an ideal reference for graduate students and academic researchers in diverse engineering fields such as electrical, electronics and communication, computer, and information technology.        

Table of Contents

Preface vii

Editors ix

Contributors xiii

1 The rise of blockchain technology in healthcare for

the preservation of patient-centric health records 1

BILAL AHMED MIR, SICHENG LIU, ZHEN LI, SHUGUFTA ABRAHIM WANI,

TANVEER A. MIR, YUSERA FAROOQ KHAN, SHADIL IBRAHIM WANI,

MASAYOSHI FUKUSHIMA, AND TAKUTO YAMAGUCHI

2 Industry 4.0 cross-domain blockchain solutions in

healthcare: trends and clinical considerations 23

USHARANI HAREESH GOVINDARAJAN, GAGAN NARANG,

NIKOLA ZIVLAK, AND VINAY SURENDRA YADAV

3 Blockchain in banking and financial services 45

HIMANSHU FALWADIYA, SANJAY DHINGRA, AND SHELLY GUPTA

4 Safeguarding blockchains from adversarial tactics 63

ALEX NEELANKAVIL DEVASSY AND DHANITH KRISHNA

5 Problems with the implementation of blockchain

technology for decentralized IoT authentication:

a literature review 91

VIJAY ANANT ATHAVALE AND ANKIT BANSAL

6 Blockchain – foundational infrastructure for

web 3.0 and cryptoassets 121

ASHUTOSH DUBEY, DEEPNARAYAN TIWARI, AND ANJALI TIWARI

7 Applications of blockchain technology for

sustainable education 143

FRANKLIN JOHN AND NIKHIL V. CHANDRAN

8 Blockchain technology in banking and

financial services sector in india 161

SWARAJ M.

9 Legal dimensions of blockchain technology 175

RENUKA V. AND SHANMUGHAM D. JAYAN

10 Blockchain for securing the IoT based smart wireless

surveillance cameras 191

AURANGJEB KHAN AND JAYANTHI M.

11 Central bank digital currency 215

VIDYASHANKAR RAMALINGAM

12 Blockchain technology in disaster management:

A high-level overview and future research dimensions 229

SREELAKSHMI S. AND VINOD CHANDRA S. S.

13 Interoperable blockchain systems 245

RADHA SRIDHARAN AND MANJU SADASIVAN

14 Blockchain for industry 4.0: Overview and foundation

of the technology 267

MEGHA GUPTA AND SUHASINI VERMA

15 Enabling cross border trade in the face of regulatory

barriers to data flow – the case of the blockchain-based

service network 285

SHOUFENG CAO, XAVIER BOYEN, FELICITY DEANE,

THOMAS MILLER, AND MARCUS FOTH

Index 305

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Editor(s)

Biography

Anoop V. S. is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Smith School of Business, Queen’s

University, Ontario, Canada. Previously, he worked as a Senior Scientist

(Research and Training) at Kerala Blockchain Academy, Kerala University

of Digital Sciences, Innovation, and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram,

India. He received his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of

Philosophy (MPhil) from Cochin University of Science and Technology

(CUSAT), Kerala. He has also worked as a Senior AI Data Scientist with

Dubai Future Accelerator for implementing AI solutions for Etisalat

and Etihad Airways. He is an experienced software engineer with more

than 5 years of experience working with US-based multi-national companies

in Technopark, Thiruvananthapuram. He has completed several

industry internships in data science and AI that helped him implement

intelligent algorithms for many organizations to solve their complex

business problems. He has over 10 years of overall experience in teaching,

research, and industry. His research interests are in text mining,

natural language processing, computational social sciences, and blockchain.

He has published papers in journals of national and international

repute, book chapters, and conference proceedings in major venues of AI

and knowledge management.

 

Asharaf S. is a computer engineer/scientist with extensive exposure in

algorithms for machine learning. In addition to his current role as a

Dean (R&D) and Professor at Kerala University of Digital Sciences,

Innovation, and Technology, he also serves as a visiting faculty for MDP

programs at the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode and as a

Mentor in Kerala Startup Mission. He received his PhD and Master of

Engineering degrees in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of

Science, Bangalore. He graduated in Computer Engineering from Cochin

University of Science and Technology. After B.Tech, he has worked as a

lecturer at T.K.M. College of Engineering, Kollam, and after PhD, he

has worked as a Research Scientist at America Online (AOL) R&D Labs

and as an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Management

Kozhikode. He is a recipient of IBM outstanding PhD student award

2006, IBM Shared University Research Grant 2015, IBM Open Science

Collaboration Program Grant 2017, and DBT/BIRAC/Bill & Melinda

Gates Foundation Research Grant under the Grand Challenges India

program in 2019. He has published three books and more than 50

research papers in international journals and conferences. He served as

the founding professor-in-charge of Maker Village Cochin (https://makervillage.

in/people.php) and currently serves as the Professor-in-Charge

of Kerala Blockchain Academy (https://kba.ai/team/). His areas of interest

include technologies and business models related to data engineering,

machine learning, information retrieval, and blockchains.

 

Justin Goldston is a Professor of Project and Supply Chain Management

at Penn State University, where his research is focused on blending the

practices of supply chain management, emerging technologies, and sustainability

to create positive global change. Dr. Goldston is a research

faculty affiliate for the Center for the Business of Sustainability at the

Smeal College of Business at Penn State as well as an active contributing

faculty member of The Sustainability Institute at Penn State. Outside

of the institution, Goldston is an Executive on the International Supply

Chain Education Alliance’s (ISCEA’s) International Standards Board

(IISB) and is the author of the forthcoming book AI for Good: Achieving

Sustainability Through Citizen Science and Organizational Citizenship.

Dr. Goldston has over 20 years of experience working with organizations

around the world such as Intel, Siemens, and Blue Buffalo on business

performance improvement, organizational change, and enterprise-wide

digital transformation initiatives. Goldston has also led and assisted in the

development of Supply Chain Management, Sustainability, and Business

Analytics programs and courses at Georgetown University, Texas A&M

University, Rasmussen University, Davenport University, and North

Carolina Wesleyan College and has evaluated doctoral programs for the

Department of Higher Education. Goldston serves on the Management

Advisory Board at various higher education institutions; is the author

of multiple peer-reviewed journal articles on supply chain management,

sustainability, and innovative technologies of Critical Success Factors in

ERP Implementations; and is a five-time TEDx speaker where he discussed

emerging technologies such as blockchain and AI.

 

Samson Williams is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University in NYC

and the University of New Hampshire School of Law, where he teaches

on the blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and the space economy. He is also

a serial entrepreneur and accidental investor and the President of the

Crowdfunding Professional Association and investor into two investment

crowdfunding platforms Brite.us – CrowdInvesting Done B_rite

and GoingPublic.com. Samson is a senior emergency and finance strategist

specializing in operations and technology, healthcare, and financia

service crisis management. As a globally recognized expert on technology

and crisis communications, Samsons strive to develop compelling

content and deliver a message through distinct, actionable, and measurable

campaigns. Previously, he worked with Fannie Mae as part of the

emergency management team assembled to help pull the nation out of

the housing crisis. Ultimately, he spent the last 2 years leading internal

communications, workforce development, and organizational resiliency

for Fannie Mae’s Operations and Technology Division. Prior to investing

in Brite.us and creating The Space Economy show, Samson served

as the Principal Consultant for Axes and Eggs, a global technology

advisory building relationship beyond tech in Dubai and Riyadh and

throughout the Middle East North Africa region. There, Mr. Samson

oversaw education, messaging, communication strategy, and media

planning for finance, fintech, and government agencies throughout the

Middle East, executing events and relationships with government agencies

from the United Arab Emirates, Kingdoms of Bahrain and Saudi

Arabia, Mauritius, and India. Samson has authored several books such

as Raising Money –Understanding Cryptocurrencies, Crowdfunding,

Startup Capital, Blockchain and The Space Economy, The Space

Economy –Book Zero of The Space Economies Series, Lifestyle Money:

Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, Crowdfunding, and The Future of Money

and Wealth, Stop Sucking Up to VCs, and Race and Space –Racial

Equity and Justice in the Space Economy.