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XYO NETWORK

USE CASES

The XYO Network has use cases for any participant in location-reliant transactions. Outlined below are use cases that the XYO Network is actively being utilized for.

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eCommerce

According to a recent study released by Comcast, more than 30% of Americans have had a package stolen from their porch or doorstep. As the market share of eCommerce continues to grow, this problem will only become more prevalent. By utilizing the XYO Network and XYO Tokens, companies like Amazon and UPS can offer, as a premium service, an independently confirmed ledger to track every step of a shipment’s progress, starting at the fulfillment center and ending with the package’s secure delivery within the customer’s home.

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Medical Care and Hospitals

Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States, according to a study released by Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Many of these preventable deaths are a result of operational or record-keeping errors, including adverse drug interactions, improper medical records, and even unnecessary surgeries. By tying the XYO Network into the operational frameworks that are already in place, care providers can significantly reduce failures in communication and record keeping that result in patient injury and death.

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Rental Car Agencies

The number one problem that rental car agencies face are logistical ones. Simple events such as the customer losing their keys results in millions upon millions of dollars in lost opportunity cost for car rental companies each year. XY has already implemented a pilot program with one of the largest US rental car agencies to help cut down on the number of keys that aren’t returned at major airports. By expanding the program to make use of the XY Oracle Network, the rental car company and its customers can reduce the number of lost keys.

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Commercial Airline Luggage Logistics

Lost and mishandled luggage costed airlines $2.1 billion dollars in 2016, according to a study by SITA. While systems are improving, the complexities of air travel still result in millions of angry passengers with lost bags each year. The XYO Network has implemented a decentralized, trustless system for tracking and locating luggage. Its decentralized nature even allows airlines to utilize each other’s networks without compromising the airlines’ network security or needing to coordinate system updates - this means that if you’re at the United desk in Dallas, but your bag is at the Delta desk at SFO, the bag can still be instantly located by accessing the XYO Network Ledger.

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Insurance Agencies

Insurance for vehicles, modular homes, and other high-value, high-mobility objects can reimburse for theft, but can’t inherently assist in locating the original good. The insurance industry is also susceptible to fraud, especially in the case of insured items that are highly mobile. XY is already working with an insurance company that covers high value, high mobility goods to help them process claims and recover insured goods. Using the XYO Network, a decentralized and trustless location-based blockchain ledger, the company and its customers have access to an independently verifiable location history in the event of a claim.

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National Security (TSA) Agencies

In high security areas, it is essential to ensure that any authorized firearms are strictly controlled. Creating a system that is secure, reliable, and publicly accountable poses an operational challenge. A high-profile government security agency has contracted with XY to secure firearms in major transportation hubs throughout the United States. The use of XY’s existing technology saves the agency millions of dollars, and the decentralized nature of the blockchain creates a system that is both independently secure and publicly accountable.

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Drone Package Delivery Systems

Numerous entities are very close to implementing automated drone services, from eCommerce giants like Amazon and Walmart to Google/Alphabet’s Project Wing to the numerous drone mapping services already in operation. Ensuring public safety, securing personal privacy, and maintaining compliance with FAA regulation will become increasingly challenging as guidelines are altered and skies become more crowded.

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