Activities per year
BLockchain IN Government (BLING) builds upon the substantial investments by the EU, national governments, corporations, SMEs and wider networks to provide one of the first dedicated platforms to bring these tools and approaches into local and regional services. BLING provides aunique combination of public authorities, knowledge institutions and SMEs who will work to develop and deploy blockchain-enabled public services focusing on Identity, Direct Democracy, and Customer Services. BLING isn't a tech project: it will use and explore/enable/deliver approach to accelerate the adoption and deployment of blockchain across the NSR in order to enable the creation and delivery of the next generation of smart services for citizens, governments and SMEs.
BLING will provide with the knowledge, the networks and the experiences to deliver blockchain-enabled services and to deploy innovative new services that leverage this technology. AAU role is to explore through the two pilots how blockchain technologies can be used to increase the quality of services provided from Government to Businesses (G2B) around freight transport in and around ports and cities.
|Effective start/end date||01/01/2019 → 01/07/2023|
- database management
- maritime industry
- port governance
- port community system
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- 1 Other
Bling project Kick-off workshop
Kristian Hegner Reinau (Other), Niels Agerholm (Other), Erik Kjems (Other), Ahmed Karam Abdelfattah Mostafa (Other), Sergey Tsiulin (Other) & Dalia Stakenaite (Other)30 Apr 2019
- 1 Finished
Tsiulin, S., Reinau, K. H., Agerholm, N., Kjems, E., Stakenaite, D. & Karam, A.
08/04/2019 → 31/12/2020
Blockchain for Trailer Pick-Up Error in Maritime Ports. Using Hackathon to Prototype Potential Solutions: The Case StudyTsiulin, S. & Reinau, K. H., 2023, Proceedings of 7th International Congress on Information and Communication Technology - ICICT 2022. Yang, X-S., Sherratt, S., Dey, N. & Joshi, A. (eds.). Singapore: Springer, Vol. 4. p. 593-606 14 p. (Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, Vol. 465).
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-review
Port Governance in Denmark: a Retrospective and Prospective View on Maritime Port ReformsTsiulin, S., 2022, The 34th ANNUAL NOFOMA CONFERENCE : June 8-10, 2022 - Reykjavik, Icaland: Book of Abstracts. Reykjavik: NOFOMA 2022, p. 4 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Conference abstract in proceeding › Research › peer-reviewOpen Access
The Role of Port Authority in New Blockchain Scenarios for Maritime Port Management: The Case of DenmarkTsiulin, S. & Reinau, K. H., 2021, In: Transportation Research Procedia. 52, p. 388-395 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Conference article in Journal › Research › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile