We believe that we and our customers need to be at the forefront of the latest technologies and advances that are going to improve and impact that way we produce, process, transport and trade food, fibre and fuel. Blockchain technologies are part of the future of secure and trusted agri-supply chains.
At AgriDigital, we have been working with blockchains, distributed ledgers and smart contracts since we were founded in 2015. We completed the world's first sale of wheat on a blockchain by a farmer to a buyer in 2016. In 2017 we undertook world-leading pilots in food traceability and supply chain provenance, real-time payments, digital escrows and supply chain finance. We are proud to be a global leader in the application of blockchain technologies to global agricultural supply chains.
The AgriDigital platform is a cloud-based commodity management application that has been built to be blockchain-enabled so that the AgriDigital Community of users can stay ahead of the latest digital supply chain technology developments and meet the demands of their customers and partners.
AgriDigital is continuing the commitment to driving world-class innovation in digital agriculture and food systems. We are building a digital asset protocol for global agri-commodities that uses smart contract driven workflows to create the most efficient and accessible blockchain-based supply chains designed specifically for global commodity trade, finance and traceability. We are bringing the supply chains of the future to you today.
Read more on the latest AgriDigital blockchain solutions for supply chains in our blog.
The world's leading food and agribusiness bank, Rabobank, and Sydney based international agtech company, AgriDigital have teamed up to push the boundaries of blockchain technology in agricultural supply chains
AgriDigital has successfully executed the world's first settlement of an agricultural commodity on a blockchain, enabling real-time payment on title transfer for Aussie grain growers
Two successful blockchain pilots have been completed in Australia’s grain industry, which show that the technology can eliminate counterparty risk and track the provenance of agri produce. The work was completed by CBH Group, Australia’s largest co-operative and a grain exporter, and AgriDigital, an Australian company which develops blockchain-based solutions for the grain industry and which has developed a cloud-based commodity management system.
Australia’s capability in disruptive technology applications and complex problem solving is highlighted in Austrade’s new Australian Disruptive Technologies report, which was released at the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference in Perth on 3-5 November. The report showcases some of Australia’s world-class solutions in additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, automation, big data and analytics, blockchain, cloud, cyber security, immersive simulation, the Internet of Things and systems integration.
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