Guideline: Any member of the Supply Chain SIG may propose a draft proposal for the SIG to consider by creating a new row below using icons, filling out the row entry appropriately, and publishing it. Once done publishing, send an email to SIG Chair for inclusion into the agenda for the next SIG meeting.

Steps to get Started with Projects (after expressing interest):

  1. All members may edit the home page of their project(s) with their thoughts on description, scope, and share their email addresses
  2. Someone among the group takes lead and sets up an initial call or web conference call to finalize and agree on scope, deliverable(s), timeline, and divide up the work. To schedule meetings, work with community architects to schedule it on our Hyperledger Zoom: You can reach them at 
  3. Note: it need not be a single leader, you can lead on a rotation basis for two weeks, or a month duration as your team sees fit.
  4. Everyone starts to work on their piece and upload their work product to wiki and link it in the group's project home page. 
  5. The leader's role is to setup regular progress calls if needed, and aggregate everyone's inputs including their own into one or more deliverables, and report progress in the bi-weekly calls

Proposal IDProposer (One person)Date SubmittedDescription (max 500 words)Interested MembersProject Home Page
1Jay ChughMay 17, 2019

Supply Chain Blockchain Use Case and Reference Architectures Repository

  • Crowdsource a robust inventory of practical use cases and reference architectures by industry vertical - Food, Pharma, Electronic manufacturing, healthcare, etc.
  • Capture practical, real-world guidance and learnings relating to solutions - both business, and technical aspects in as much detail as possible.
  • As an outcome provide requirements and feature requests to Hyperledger Grid.

Use Cases Project 

2Jay ChughMay 17, 2019

Blockchain & EDI Best Practices Paper

  • Define best practices for blockchain to work with EDI
  • Provide short-term and long term business and technical guidance to supply chain practitioners
EDI Whitepaper Project
3Jay ChughMay 17, 2019

Best Practices Paper: Tracking of Goods, Documents, and Stakeholders in Supply Chains

  • Develop best practices for stakeholder onboarding, verification of their identity
  • Develop best practices to track goods as they traverse a logistics supply chain
  • Develop best practices to track documents, & endorsements by verified stakeholders
  • As an outcome provide requirements and feature requests to Hyperledger Grid.
Best Practice Track & Trace Project
4Jay ChughMay 17, 2019

Defining Supply Chain Smart Contracts Templates

Suggest best practices and define one or more smart contract templates for Logistics & Supply Chain use cases, for example:

Supply Chain Smart Contract Template
5siddharth jainMay 23, 2019

Blockchain for Pharma & DSCSA

  • Anyone interested in developing a blockchain based on Hyperledger Fabric to solve the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) requirements?
Blockchain for Pharma & DSCSA
6Adnan IftekharMay 29, 2019

Blockchain for Food Safety

  • food supply chain
  • logistics in perspective of food safety
  • supply chain visibility from initial supplier to end consumer
Blockchain for Food Safety
7Dave CecchiJun 6, 2019

Hyperledger Grid Project - Development 

  • Building Libraries, Frameworks, tools, and industry domain models/transaction definitions/data types
  • Business participation: Creating GS1 open data standards domain models - require industry knowledge and adding business context. Defining business transactions for various industries, process and business transactions, types of data involved
  • Engineering participation: Building WASM smart contracts, writing protobufs
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