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MeshBox Use Cases Vol. 5 – Factories and Warehouses

When Henry Ford invented the conveyor-belt in the early 20th century, he transformed the way manufacturing was executed, making it exponentially faster and more efficient than it had ever been before. Now modern factories and warehouses are filled with hardware that runs on software, IoT operated processes, and complex machinations that involve both humans, heavy-duty appliances, fine-tuned electronics, and complex assembly and distribution schemes.

Deploying a cluster of MeshBoxes in industrial complexes has a plethora of benefits. For starters, many of these are situated in areas off the beaten track where connectivity to internet is questionable or non-existent. MeshBoxes bring with them native connectivity that could bridge satellite or outside internet connections into the complex, or, perhaps more preferably in many cases, provide a completely secure internal network for all machines, devices and employees to communicate through.

Workers' Quotas Could Be Tokenized
Worker and machine quotas could both be tokenized

Furthermore, with all the manufacturing and step-by-step processes that occur in these facilities, many of them could be tokenized, offering both measurement and incentives to machines and humans that perform well. Every time a quota is met, a token can automatically be deployed to the achiever. Energy and resource usage could also be monitored and tokenized on the Spectrum chain providing sophisticated analytics, tracking and payments, both internal and external, for all the dynamic elements interacting in and running the system.

Fully manufactured products, as well as parts, could be certified and tracked on the Spectrum blockchain allowing all materials and supplies to be accounted for both within factories and warehouses, and throughout their lifecycle on the supply-chain until they reach their final destination.

Tesla MeshBoxes, being also equipped with LoRa signal broadcasting and reception, could communicate with hardware within a 10km range, allowing machines, special equipment/vehicles, and IoT devices to relay critical information to a decentralized hub of MeshBox routers running blockchain DLT.

Finally, human employees could enjoy a tokenized micro-economy that not only allows them to be rewarded and incentivized, but can also allow them to purchase food, beverages, supplies, upgraded tools and anything else that can be offered inside or outside of the buildings.

Every single factory and warehouse is unique, and MeshBox provides a robust array of functionality for customized deployments that can take their operations into the heart of 21st century decentralized sophistication.

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