Collection • Storage • Intelligence

Collection

Storage

Intelligence

Data Collection

When deriving a new environmental data standard, it’s import to understand how data is collected.

Whereas most digital data models allow for the standardized collection of demographic information (name, email, phone number, date of birth, etc.) via registry forms, the Flux Protocol is powered by the signals of the natural world that are inherently difficult to collect.

Potential Integrations

Large-scale Hydroponics

Greenhouse Automation

Efficient Aquaculture

Subsistence Farming

Rice Paddies

Introducing MICO

A Rosetta Stone for the Physical World

MICO is the military-grade custom electronics (PCB) for data collection and control. Connect any digital or analog sensor to distribute, share, and christen data capsules within the Flux network. MICO devices allow their owner to be rewarded for their contributions to the network. 

Advantages of MICO-based Data Collection

Decentralized Design

Open-sourced API integration promotes virtuous competition to improve performance, quality, and collection capabilities.

Connectivity

16 physical I/Os allow for any external device to be synched with an internet connection.

MESH capabilities

One connected MICO device is able to upload environmental data from all MICOs in the area.

Eddy Growbot

Powered by MICO Sensors

The Eddy Growbot is the first iteration of a working device powered by MICO sensors. Eddy is being developed and tested to prove out the data sending and receiving protocol for hydroponic growers. Eddy devices expedite traditional grow processes by using data sets harvested from their MICO sensors.
These growbots can be used as a reference model for any developer wanting to leverage MICO’s monitoring and control capabilities, thus improving the value of their capsules while creating scalability and new connections across Flux’s IoT ecosystem.

Storage

Secure

Data Capsules – Provide a standard for encapsulation that allows for natural systems such as air temperature, water purity, and soil acidity to be quantified.

Distributed

Space Portals – Nodes embedded in multi-layer cyber security framework that requires no heavy traffic, no memory consumption, and no heavy computing.

Anonymous

Flux’s distributed storage system is completely anonymous thanks to elements of Tor Relays. Relays can be thought of as “routers” that receive traffic on the network and pass it along to other nodes.

Secure

Data Capsules – Provide a standard for encapsulation that allows for natural systems such as air temperature, water purity, and soil acidity to be quantified.

Distributed

Space Portals – Nodes embedded in multi-layer cyber security framework that requires no heavy traffic, no memory consumption, and no heavy computing.

Anonymous

Flux’s distributed storage system is completely anonymous thanks to elements of Tor Relays. Relays can be thought of as “routers” that receive traffic on the network and pass it along to other nodes.

Intelligence

Perception Engines

Machine learning AI machines that leverage the environmental data drifting in the Flux Network. These engines identify relevant data to find patterns and derive insights based on the knowledge gained from active data capsules.
These machines run smart contracts to connect data capsule signatures (stored on the blockchain) to the shadow of the creator. Thus, these contracts can only be recalled by the primary owner of a Perception Engine.

Flux Stack

Realms

The environmental regions in which data capsules are created.

Encapsulation

Data capsules are immediately encrypted and split amongst the Space Ports.

Encryption

Data is created and encapsulated by MICO sensors for future usage.

Neural Network and Perception Engines

Perception Engines call relevant capsules for the creation of an insight or action.

Insights and Actions

Outputs tailored towards a user’s geographic location, climate conditions, and daily availability.

Flux dApp

Interface in which insights and actions become readable to everyday consumers.

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