SGS x HKSTP Live Webinar: Using blockchain technology to build better IoT solutions

New technology for robotic with blockchain

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The term "Blockchain" has been used in fintech for a while. Most of the time it is related to investment and cryptocurrency.

However this is just a tip of the iceberg that the technology could revolutionize the world.  Blockchain also helps supply chains to be more effective by automating and digitizing various traditional processes in a better way than our current systems. That is also why blockchain has been called a pillar of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

By explaining the fundamental concepts and showcasing some examples, this webinar will assist your business to perform better. 


Louis graduated from CUHK Computer Science. He is a partner of a local software company, with experience in cloud technology for over 10 years. He established the first local partnership with Google Cloud Platform in 2013. Starting from 2018, he has been a part-time lecturer for blockchain related courses. Sometimes he also shows up as a judge in hackathons and guest in various media programmes and interviews related to IT and blockchain and speakers in technical conferences. In 2019, he made the first radio programme focusing only on blockchain technology in the RTHK radio channel. In the 13 episodes, he invited professionals from different industries to discuss how blockchain technology could be applied in logistics, entertainment, finance, medical fields.

Date: October 23, 2020

Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Language: Cantonese supplemented with English materials


  • Learn what exactly blockchain is
  • Understand the benefits of using blockchain
  • Know some logistics and IoT applications which use blockchain
  • Gain the knowledge to decide whether your business should or should not use blockchain
  •  Know some tools to start developing your blockchain solution


Manufacturing, Robotics, Smart cities, IoT related decision makers and IT professionals

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