The Secure Container Release use case enables the digital transfer of the right to pick up a container.
Shipping agents create a right in the blockchain by sending a COREOR message just like they do today, confirming the economic release of the container. The receiver of the traditional COREOR message will receive a pick-up right within the blockchain, which can be transfered to other parties. In the end, the right is handed over to a specific truck driver, who exchanges that right for a PIN-code upon arrival at the Terminal gate.
Generating a PIN code only at the time of usage eliminates the risk of it being intercepted by others.
This blockchain solution was created for a Proof-of-Concept between a single terminal and different parties in the supply chain. It was managed by NxtPort and T-Mining
Secure transfer of the right to collect a container via blockchain technology.
A simple smartphone application for the trucker.
One central point to transfer the pickup rights.
This Data API is an access-controlled API. This means that the application user, i.e. the data user, needs to be identified in order to receive data from the API, and that he will only receive the information that is shared with the organisation that he is part of.
To be able to use an access-controlled API:
When the set-up is complete, the application user logs in to the application with his NxtPort account. The application calls the NxtPort API on behalf of that account.
Steps to take:
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This API is an access-controlled API. This means that your application needs to accommodate an OAuth2 authentication flow between the application user and the NxtPort platform.
The application user logs in to the NxtPort identity component, and your application requests access to the API on behalf of the application user. The NxtPort platform then returns an access token to your application, which can be used to call the API.
To be able to request an access token, your application needs to be registered in the NxtPort platform. Registering an application is currently a manual process, so please contact NxtPort for this. Go to our support desk where you will find all required information on how to get started.
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