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Recording Provenance of Food Delivery Using IoT, Semantics and Business Blockchain Networks

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In recent years, the food delivery sector has experienced an influx of disruptive models triggered by advances in sensing, robotics and data science. Inexpensive IoT technologies when combined with a secure and tamperproof data managementinfrastructure offer a potential solution to issues such as safety of perishable products in transit and monitoring of delivery contractors. In this paper we present a prototype architecture utilising IoT devices for monitoring food deliveries, semantic services for managing and reasoning about provenance compliance records, and private blockchain networks for persistent and secure storage.