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How blockchain can transform defence assets and give armed forces an advantage on the battlefield

Given the potential improvements from blockchain, ignoring it is a significant missed opportunity.

Most defence platforms and systems are staggeringly complex. These assets are very mobile (globally) and require collaboration amongst a number of entities to keep them operational and mission-ready. Technology can help operators, manufacturers and suppliers ‘harden’ the supply chain and improve operational performance through the entire life cycle, from raw material to retired asset. 

Despite the sophistication of many weapons systems and platforms, their supply chains — both for raw material to finished product and post-production maintenance — are often still managed using traditional, and largely manual, processes. 

In this report, we focus on the three applications that should be priorities for defense manufacturers and contractors.

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Anil Khurana

Anil Khurana

Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Leader, Principal, PwC United States

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Scott Thompson

Scott Thompson

Global Aerospace and Defense Leader, PwC United States

John Livingstone

John Livingstone

Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Tax Leader, PwC United States

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Paul Harvey

Industry Executive, Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive, PwC United Kingdom

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