The future belongs to companies that embrace blockchain. Blockchain technology fundamentally changes how trust between parties is managed, so companies can move from a scenario where every organisation maintains its own copy of a dataset to one where all parties have controlled access to a shared copy. By partnering with LTO Network, this is now available to Capptions clients too. As a first step, Capptions and LTO Network have integrated in such a way that all transactions for Capptions clients are anchored on the LTO Network public blockchain.
By integrating LTO Network’s anchoring service across the Capptions platform, we are able to give blockchain a mobile face. For Capptions, adding blockchain to our applications is something that we deem helpful for our clients. They are dealing with environmental inspections carried out by the Dutch government, oil terminal inspections for parties like Fujairah Oil and the safeguarding refuelling of thousands of aircrafts at Schiphol airport. Our inspection app handles sensitive and vital data, so immutability is critical. By implementing blockchain we’re able to let multiple stakeholders monitor and provide one, but decentralised, secure audit-trail in real-time, at every stage.
In order to provide an extra layer of data security and follow strict compliance rules in relation to inspection reports and data entries, Capptions implemented LTO Network into their platform. With more than 20.000 users of the Capptions application, they need to ensure that huge volumes of data can be handled, and instantly verified, as well as scaling to cope with future growth. LTO Network’s was able to meet their requirements. LTO Network creates an immutable evidence trail with timestamped evidence of data and documents generated by the Capptions app, this was all possible with just a few lines of code to add it into their existing applications.
Anchoring has been enabled across their entire platform, with use-cases including:
As of March 8, 2019, Capptions has added blockchain verification on reports being created through the app. You are now able to check the transaction in the LTO Network blockchain explorer. If the transaction can be verified in the explorer, you can be certain that this transaction is valid. Try it yourself in our demo.