An American firm has developed a blockchain-centred road map for hemp’s supply chain. Hempliance 3.0 is a new technology that monitors the transparency of hemp’s chain-of-custody by using AI (artificial intelligence).
Hempliance Inc., (based in Austin, Texas) stated that the technology accesses detailed information on crop development captured by tracks samples and farmers. It also offers transit manifests and paperwork for ferrying hemp imports and exports towards their destinations.
Kenneth Benbow, Hempliance CEO, said that they have released 3.0 Hempliance to offer compliance safeguards for transporters and farmers, to connect sellers with purchasers and improve hemp yields through implementing machine learning and AI that enhances agricultural education and research initiatives. The firm went on to say that AI may help show common issues and trends faster and help in planning.
Built-In QR codes in the organization’s application indicate every industrial hemp segment in unassailable blockchain records. These records are for supply chain monitoring crop data, evidence of life and giving accurate GPS location when samples are sent for sales and lab testing.
3.0 Hempliance Upgrades are focused on helping hemp field managers and co-ops monitor several locations via a personalized dashboard. This will help satisfy the specific requirements of agricultural expansion agencies and university researchers that the firm has partnered with to create pilot projects.
William Whatley, Chief architect and co-founder of Hempliance, is a technology veteran who created the software. William holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Texas University and served in the U.S Navy on the Search and Rescue Squadron sent to the CVN-68(USS Nimitz)
Other functions of 3.0 Hempliance include:
- Growth-Cycle farm records are maintained forever in the program’s database
- HempRoad offers on-location clip and still-captures that safeguard growers while mitigating misidentification risks during regular legal enforcement checks.
- The program supports more than 10 million users
- A dashboard which allows real-time access to hemp development-cycle data and images for numerous locations.