SystemsThatLearn@CSAIL Lecture Series: Using Technology to Track and Trace Live Goods from Supplier to Retailer

Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Building 32, Star Conference Room, 32-D463
32 VASSAR ST, Cambridge, MA 02139

This talk covers work being done in the Retail and Consumer Products industries where there is a need to track and trace live goods including plants and food. The technical aspects of how to implement this will be covered including where Internet of Things (IoT) sensors are leveraged to provide location, status, and state to know previous, current, and future provenance of products materials, and consumer goods. Blockchain, sensors, and analytics will be covered in specifically how they are used in various examples.

Speaker: Martin Wolfe, IBM
Martin Wolfe is currently the Global CTO for Retail, Consumer Products, and Agribusiness at IBM. He is a Distinguished Engineer with backgrounds in systems engineering, software development, cloud computing, Blockchain technology and leads the definition of architecture standards in Consumer focused industries.

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