The PIemuNt chèINa project (PININ) aims to increase the quality and quality perception of high-quality food products of the Piedmont region, introducing technologies for the traceability and authentication of agri-food products, for innovation in the marketing of products in the food chain and for the protection of intellectual property rights of agro-food brands made in Piedmont through the detection of fakes and scams. The PININ project will build a distributed and decentralized infrastructure based on blockchain that allows lot-level traceability, that is scalable throughout the supply chain. The blockchain technology will also allow the traceability of the use of European funds for breeding as regards livestock in alpine pastures to avoid fraud. The promotion of food quality in the project will involve different product chains, with different phases (from the production of raw materials to processing and distribution) and different marketing channels (from large-scale distribution to E-commerce). To validate the project in its various fields, it will be tested in four demonstrators.

Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence for quality food protection and advanced consumer services

Federica Cena;Guido Boella;Alex Cordero;Alberto Guffanti;Amon Rapp;Claudio Schifanella;Paolo Gay;Cristina Tortia;Paolo Barge;Lorenzo Comba;A. Biglia
2019

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The PIemuNt chèINa project (PININ) aims to increase the quality and quality perception of high-quality food products of the Piedmont region, introducing technologies for the traceability and authentication of agri-food products, for innovation in the marketing of products in the food chain and for the protection of intellectual property rights of agro-food brands made in Piedmont through the detection of fakes and scams. The PININ project will build a distributed and decentralized infrastructure based on blockchain that allows lot-level traceability, that is scalable throughout the supply chain. The blockchain technology will also allow the traceability of the use of European funds for breeding as regards livestock in alpine pastures to avoid fraud. The promotion of food quality in the project will involve different product chains, with different phases (from the production of raw materials to processing and distribution) and different marketing channels (from large-scale distribution to E-commerce). To validate the project in its various fields, it will be tested in four demonstrators.
I-cities 2019, 5th Italian Conference on ICT for Smart Cities And Communities
Pisa
18-20 settembre 2019
I-cities 2019, 5th Italian Conference on ICT for Smart Cities And Communities
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Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Food and Agriculture, Traceability
Federica Cena, Guido Boella, Alex Cordero, Alberto Guffanti, Amon Rapp, Claudio Schifanella, Serena Ambrosini, Paolo Gay, Cristina Tortia, Paolo Barge, Lorenzo Comba, A.Biglia
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