Round Table “Identity Management for Individuals, Companies, and Machines” on September 16, 2020
We will host an online round table on the topic “Identity Management for Individuals, Companies, and Machines” on September 16, 2020. The goal is to bring a group of max. 15 experts and decision-makers together to discuss the business models that would benefit from blockchain-based identity management. If you are interested and would like to participate, the next paragraphs will give you further information. If you want to apply as a participant in this round table, please fill out the application form (5 minutes).
What is the content of this round table?
The goal of this round table is to foster the exchange of knowledge between a small group of max. 15 blockchain experts and decision-makers from industrial companies in order to explore blockchain-based identity management for individuals, companies, and machines. The Euro on blockchain systems is only one side of the coin because transactions take place between multiple parties. Of course, these are normally individuals and companies but such parties will soon also be “things” such as devices or machines. Identity on the blockchain has far-reaching implications and ensures that transaction parties receive a “digital identity” on the blockchain-based on their physical identity (identity card for individuals, commercial register entry for companies). Based on a digital blockchain-based identity, transactions between an individual and a company (example: car sharing) but also between an individual and a machine (example: passenger transport of an autonomous car) or between two machines (example: autonomous car pays for waiting on a parking lot) can be processed efficiently — i.e. with fast transaction speed and low transaction costs.
In the capacity of the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center as a platform for disseminating and transferring knowledge, we would like to promote discussion in this area focussing on the application side. In particular, our aim is to discuss — in a small group of max. 15 people — potential business models that would benefit from blockchain-based identity management for individuals, companies, and machines. To do this, we have invited several key experts from the field that will participate in the round table.
Experts invited to the round table
- Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
- Dr. Carsten Stöcker, Spherity
- Helge Michael, main incubator
- Dr. Marcus Hennig, d-fine
- Philipp Schulden, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
Location, date, and application
- Location: online conference (Zoom)
- Date: September 16, 2020
- Time: 17h00–18h30 (CEST)
- Language: German
- Application required by filling out this application form (5 minutes)
- Maximum number of participants: 15
Who should participate?
- Decision-makers and employees from the financial and manufacturing industries who are interested in the effects of digital identities on their organization
- Employees from the sectors of Industry 4.0, future mobility, logistics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and data monetization
- Analysts who deal with the application of digital identities
- Journalists from the technology department
- Employees of startups with digital business models
Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
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About the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center (FSBC) is a think tank and research center primarily focusing on the implications of blockchain technology for companies and businesses. In addition to the development of blockchain prototypes, the center offers a platform for the exchange of knowledge and thought for decision-makers and startups as well as technology and industry experts. The FSBC sets new research impulses and develops education programs for students and executives. The center concentrates primarily on the areas of banking, energy, mobility, and the manufacturing industry.
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