Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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SDChain

Canada
2017
Private
< $10m
11 - 50
Open website
SixDomainChain (SDChain) is the world's first decentralized public blockchain ecosystem that integrates international standards of IoT Six-Domain Model and reference architecture standards for distributed blockchain. Fully considering the technical characteristics of IoT and the development needs of business ecosystem, SDChain is optimized based on existing blockchain technology with digital asset issuance, user credit and identity management, P2P communication, encryption algorithm, consensus algorithm, smart contract, cross-chain contract mode, market consensus-based incentives, decentralized DApp and rapid access to business. Such features ensure beneficial, rapid and sustainable development of SDChain business ecosystem to achieve mutual benefits among digital assets, blockchain and industrial IoT through efficient circulation and value transformation of digital asset credits, within a global framework of ISO/IEC standards.
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IoT architecture standards based on Six-Domain Model
IoT architecture standards based on "six-domain model" (ISO/IEC 30141 DIS、GB / T33474-2016) can effectively guide and establish IoT operation and service system to ensure effective operation and sustainability for businesses.


Developer platform
The platform enables both business and personal developers to create accounts for IoT devices, share digitalize assets, access block info, inquire transaction information, and deliver real-time notification from the blockchain. At the current stage, SDChain provides BaaS services through SDK for access, information privacy protection, value delivery and file storage. Different language versions of SDK are built to guarantee the value and reliability of data access and the circulation of such data.

Cross-linked contract mode of operation
A layered consensus-based stack technique is applied to solve problems existing in the current blockchain systems. Such problems include upgrades, incompatibility across blockchain systems, and user base splits.
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Hardware
Software
Software that focus on securing devices, machines, and communications between them.
Providing the infrastructure to store and manage data.
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