Traceability: a cryptochip for secure electrical network management

This is a project I am very proud of and which involved the development of smart hardware and software for the encryption of data that are stored with the blockchain technology.

This is the first prototype of a cryptochip that codifies the information it receives, guaranteeing the security of the acquired and transmitted data.


We are working on incorporating blockchain in the hardware for immediate and direct data storage, this will allow us to improve our traceability systems. The cryptochip is designed in such way that it possible to adjust it to any type of infrastructure. Moreover, its serial production is low-cost in comparison to other solutions.

The sensors it incorporates are capable of detecting the electric current that circulates in high and low voltage cables. At the same time, they collect data for subsequent analysis.

The team has done an excellent job.

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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