Application of Blockchain for Hydrogen-Related Data from Internet of Thing Devices Equipped with Hydrogen Sensors

  • 1 Hiroshima Institute of Technology, Hiroshima, Japan
  • 2 Institute of electronics, Bulgarian Academy of Science, Sofia, Bulgaria


The Internet of Things (IoT) has seamlessly integrated more than a billion intelligent, interconnected devices into our world today, and is expected to accommodate soon hundreds of billions more such devices. This imminent proliferation heralds a profound transformation that stands to influence the electronics industry and many other sectors. Furthermore, integrating blockchain technology into IoT can impart genuine trust in the collected data. Hence, our research endeavors to harness this potential by applying it to hydrogenrelated data, which are expected to be critical in realizing a carbon-neutral society.
Specifically, our attention is directed toward utilizing an initial blockchain system to securely store data obtained from IoT devices equipped with hydrogen sensors that can communicate through Sigfox technology.



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