NASA supports the application of the real world of Bitcoin Blockchain technology: Fight against cybernetic attacks in aerospace
Blockchain technology has managed to show its benefits so far, and today the most colossal names are examining it to see how they can benefit from the wave of innovation.
NASA looks at Bitcoin's blockchain technology and could use it to tackle cyberattacks that are affecting aerospace agents.
Blockchain technology is the backbone of Bitcoin and the entire digital currency ecosystem.
The blockchain technology has shown up to now that it is a revolutionary way to manage and manage huge amounts of data.
Because each data type is stored in a different location, the records saved will be public and can be easily checked.
Now it seems that more and more applications of real life are being explored for technology.
NASA sees the advantages that come from blockchain technology
Smartereum reported that NASA is considering the implementation of blockchain technology because of its enormous benefits.
The new system that NASA should implement proposes to exploit an open-source industrial Blockchain model.
Here's what NASA engineer Ronald Reisman has to say:
"Blockchain-based communication systems could provide the essential element when it comes to stopping service attacks on the US air traffic control system."
Smartereum continues and writes that "The highly anticipated ADS-B system (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) is scheduled for next year, although Reisman believes the proposed Blockchain solution is already at risk of a cyber attack. ".
Take advantage of the Hyperledger fabric
Reisman also claimed that the system would exploit the Hyperledger Fabric in an attempt to demonstrate the enormous potential solutions to the emitted technology that could threaten the adoption of ADS-B by military, business and aircraft operators. wider reach.
The NASA engineer also addressed the use of Hyperledger Fabric in multiple industries such as finance.
Smartereum reports that NASA is not the only one to deal with this, as Honeywell, a major aircraft manufacturer, is another giant in the industry that is closely examining Blockchain applications in the aerospace industry.