Join us for the first edition of FOUNDATION events FOR SUPPLY CHAIN
Supply chain logistics is the first economic engine of South Florida. Miami doesn’t manufacture much but moves more good than any other city in the US in transit to or from the Caribbean, South America and far east Asia with the enlargement of the Panama Canal.
In the 21st century technologies will completely transform a sector experiencing a complete digital makeover.
In the effort of promoting Florida as a tech hub, The Florida Blockchain Foundation brings the best technologies to our local industry.
This initiative will bridge for the first time big and medium size players of an industry with the most advanced and disruptive players in the field of digital ledger technologies. FOUNDATION SUPPLY CHAIN 2.0 will be an immersive event into blockchain but not only. We will review most of the technologies that will transform supply chain.
Discover the vast Blockchain applications and business cases, meet the professionals already implementing successful solutions in the field, learn about compliance and regulations. We have curated the most relevant projects and hands-on professional who will share their experience on real-world issues and the solutions that blockchain and other technologies can provide.
In the panels professional will discuss the technologies transforming the industry in an open mic conversation with Q&A from the audience.
In the keynotes we curated the best professionals and services providers to present their company or develop key concepts to our audience and allow one on one meetings to start new business relationships.
Florida Blockchain Foundation is hosting the Miami Dade Beacon Council Trade and Logistics Committee
7.30 – 8.00 : Welcome & registration & light breakfast
8.00 – 8.15: Host welcome Florida Blockchain Foundation
8.15 – 8.20: Michael Finney Welcome message and opening of the Conference and committee:
8.20 – 8.30: Committee Chairs Welcome & Updates (Gabriel Rodriguez, A Custom Brokerage Chair and Scott Gregory, Prologis co-Chair elect)
8.30 – 8.45: Innovation Sub Committee Chair Nabil Malouli, DHL and Matthieu Merchadou Florida Blockchain Foundation
8.45 – 10.00: Floridian B2B networking: Only 5 Local logistics technology companies pitch to our local ecosystem: in the field of mobility solutions, IOT, operating systems, tracking devices.
Mobiwork – Octopi – Magaya – Fitter – Neighborhood Fuel - 71 lbs
10.05 – 10.25 KEYNOTE - Diego Guttierez, CEO RSK (the first open source smart contract platform on Bitcoin) presenting ‘The Internet of Value "
10.30 – 11.15 PANEL 1 What Is Blockchain ? What Is It Useful for? Is It Adapted for Supply Chain
Sujee Jeganathan, Founder CEO Trust Clarity
Alexander Lopatine, CEO Wysh, Managing Partner Park Capital
Jeremy Gardner, Founder at Ausum Ventures
Dean Croke, Chief Insight Officer at FreightWaves & BiTA
Rajat Rajbhandari, CEO dexFreight a decentralized logistic platform
What Is Blockchain or Distributed Ledger Technologies
- Decentralized and distributed what does that mean and how is it changing industries?
- Peer to peer payment? Crypto and FIAT currencies. The Genesis of Bitcoin
What Is the Promise for Supply Chain?
- The hype and the hurdles
- Digitized assets and security offering: raising money on the blockchain
- How can it improve workflows for shippers and carriers.
11.20 – 11.40 KEYNOTE - Difference Private Public Blockchain by Joaquin Moreno, Former Business Development Executive at ConsenSys
11.45 12.05 PRESENTATION - Tradelens (IBM-Maersk)
Enterprise Blockchain - An Exploration of Contemporary Uses of Blockchain Technologies within Logistics
Rafael Mercado (IBM Blockchain Services Leader)
Ana Arisawa (IBM Blockchain Business Development Executive - TradeLens)
1) Permissioned Blockchain
2) Blockchain for Supply Chain Examples
Internet of Things (Retail)
Cold Chain (Electronics / CPG)
TradeLens (Global Trade)
12.05 – 12.25 PRESENTATION - dexFreight a decentralized platform by Hector Hernandez, Co-Founder
12.30 – 13.30 LUNCH BREAK
13.30 – 14.15 PANEL 2 The Supply Chain of the Future PART I Warehousing and Air Freight
Stanley Rigaud, Director of Economic development Miami Dade Beacon Council
Nabil Malouli, Global Vice President E commerce supply chain DHL
Gary Goldfarb, Chief Strategy officer Interport
Maurice Jenkins, Miami International Airport Director IT Port operator Carrier or Cargo Airline to be confirmed
Warehouse and Fulfillment Technologies an E-commerce environment
- How data is being captured, stored, analyzed and what make sense to be on the blockchain.
- Building the supply chain of the future with a new tool box (AI, Data analytics, IOT platforms and devices, Robotics, smart contracts).
- How to improve workflow and optimize productivity with smart technologies (IOT, 5G, simulation) - Tracking Devices and Geo Tracking, Geo Mining
14.20 – 14.40 PRESENTATION - CONSOLFREIGHT by Ernesto Villa, Founder at ConsolFreight a platform for Freight forwarders
14.45 – 15.05 PRESENTATION - GEGO by Carlos Martinez, Founder, an air cargo tracker device affordable and compliant.
15.20 – 15.40 KEYNOTE - Digitizing Your Asset (contracts, real estate, commodities) by Justin Banon, CEO Meltfactory.io - Blockchain Venture Architecture | Token-powered network effect Business Models | Loyalty & Benefits
15.45 – 16.05 KEYNOTE - Security Offerings Carlos Domingo
16.10 – 16.40 PANEL 3 Regulations Security token offerings, ICOS, Raising capital through Blockchain and Trade regulations and Blockchain
Samuel Armes, Executive Director at Florida Blockchain Business Association
Dan Viola, Head of Digital Assets Group for Sadis & Goldberg LLP and a former SEC Examiner
Lenny Feldman, Operating Committee Member at Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg
Carlos Domingo, Co-Chair Securitize
16.45 – 17.15 PANEL 4 The Supply chain of the Future Part II Ocean Freight
Eric Olafson, PortMiami (tentative)
Jorge Murillo, Innovation Manager at Hutchinson Ports, Vera Cruz (Mexico)
Ernesto Villa, Founder Consolfreight
17.20 – 18.05 PANEL 5 Blockchain Implementations and Use Cases
- MODERATOR :
Michael Sarasti, Chief Innovation Officer City of Miami
Yonathan Lapchik, Chief Innovation Officer at Citizens Reserve
Sam Abassi, Systems Architect, Partner at BUSHIDO Lab
Roberto Machado, CEO at BetaBlocks
- Smart Cities uses cases
- Developing a corporate culture around Blockchain
- How to start a POC on smart contracts (planning and executing a POC)
- The most successful applications and use cases in supply chain
18.05 HAPPY HOUR NETWORKING - LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED
SPONSORSHIPS AND TICKETS OPTIONS
$299 – TICKETS
30% OFF - for members with BITA30, FCBF30, BEACON30, FLAIA30
· OPTION WHITE GLOVE SPONSOR
Services and Software providers, IOT, Advisory = $10,000
For sponsors who want to follow the other Foundation events. Offers logo on website and mention on all communication about the Foundation (Newsletter, press) + 1 keynote + 1 Panel discussion + booth and logo on screen + sponsor of pitch competition + networking event + ONE YEAR White Glove Membership to the Florida Blockchain Foundation and access to other events of the Group.
· OPTION PRIVILEGE EVENT SPONSOR
Freight forwarders, Carriers, Shippers, supply chain tech companies = $8,000
Logo on website and all communications about the Supply chain event + 1 Keynote + 1 Panel discussion + 1 booth + one year Privilege Membership to Florida Blockchain Foundation and other events of the Group.
· OPTION PREMIUM
Technology or services providers = $5000
Logos and communication on website and screens + 1 Keynote + 1 panel + Stand + Networking event + one-year Premium membership to Florida Blockchain Foundation.
· A LA CARTE
1) Panel Sponsors = $2000
2) Keynote = $3000
3) Stand only = $1000
· MAIN SPONSORS BRANDING OPPORTUNITY "FOUNDATION SUPPLY CHAIN 2.0" Brought to you by [sponsor name] For content and Panelists Matthieu Merchadou: Matthieu@floridablockchainfoundation.org