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CONTENT
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Executive Summary

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Converging Trends

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Problem/Solution

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The Internet of Transportation

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1. Internet of Transportation Participants

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Technical Functionality

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DAV Technology Stack

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I. E
XECUTIVE
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UMMARY
The Internet is a network of computers, but it wasn’t the first one; there were many
computer networks prior to the Internet (for example, AOL, CompuServe, and Prodigy).
What enabled the Internet to emerge and overtake the isolated silos that preceded it was
decentralization. The Internet introduced a set of protocols specifying how data should be
packetized, addressed, transmitted, routed, and confirmed as received, and, in doing so, it
eliminated the need for a central authority that controls the network. This model provides rich
opportunities for developers to build useful applications, for businesses to create value, and
for people to participate in a vast and ever-growing network that is not owned or controlled
by a central monopoly.
The automotive and transportation industries are currently undergoing their biggest
revolution since the invention of Henry Ford's assembly line in 1908. The booming “sharing
economy” is shaking up industries from...

With the elimination of the need for a driver, hundreds of millions of hours will be unleashed
annually as drivers become passengers in vehicles that provide improved safety and a better
transportation economy.
Research by Strategy Analytics finds that autonomous vehicle driving technology will enable
a new “Passenger Economy” worth US$7 trillion in 2050.
The “Passenger Economy” will increasingly drive change across a variety of industries,
disrupting vehicle ownership with “Mobility-as-a-Service.” This will accelerate emerging use
cases, which also extend to transportation and delivery businesses.

Consumer use of a range of “Mobility-as-a-Service” offerings will account for
US$3.7 trillion, nearly 55% of all revenues.

Business use of “Mobility-as-a-Service” will generate US$3 trillion in revenues,
roughly 43% of total revenues.

Emerging applications and services will account for US$203 billion in revenues.
As these commercial activitie...

Fig. 1 - Aida, last mile autonomous delivery by Unsupervised.ai
Last-mile delivery represents 55% of the cost of a delivery today, due to manually taking a
single parcel into the delivery destination, as opposed to driving a vehicle laden with a large
volume of packages to near the destination. Companies are already developing hybrid
systems for “integrated last mile” delivery, such as trucks that can arrive in a neighborhood
and deploy both flying and wheeled drones.
We already see companies like Flytrex executing deliveries with autonomous drones in
Iceland for an Icelandic online marketplace called Aha.
Fig. 3 - FlyTrex, autonomous drone delivering for Aha in Iceland
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Companies like EHang in China have already tested drones that carry people in the air
through Dubai. These flying passenger drones are expected to be commercially deployed in
the coming years. Other companies, such as Airbus, Uber, and Kitty Hawk, have proposed
similar flying-car drones.
Fig. 4 Passenger drone prototype
In Geneva, an urban area, AirMap (which manages drone traffic) and Skyguide (which
manages manned aircraft) worked together with other companies to successfully demonstrate
the first-ever live demonstration of drone airspace services in Europe.
Autonomous vehicles allow us to reimagine a whole range of transportation, personal
vehicles, ride-hailing, public transportation, and logistics.
With a focus on shared mobility and access to fleets of vehicles, rather than a personal
ownership model, people will be able to experience these technologies sooner.
Waymo has “self-driven” over 3.5 million miles on the road, across 20 US cities. In Phoenix,
Arizona they are already invi...

Fig. 6 - Waymo, self driving vehicle
D. Legal Commercial Use
The flood of consumer drones and autonomous vehicles have forced regulators to push
through legislation to allow commercial development and use.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a blanket federal restriction on commercial
drone operators. All commercial drone operators must apply for a “333 exemption” from the
FAA before doing business, register their aircraft online with the FAA for $5, and receive a
certificate of authorization (COA) or other FAA authorization.
The following heat map from AirMap, the airspace management company, shows that
461,120 recreational drones and 8,416 commercial-use drones had been registered with the
FAA by the end of May 2017.
Fig. 7 - Heatmap of recreational and commercial drone registrations, FAA 2017
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Many other countries have followed the FAA’s regulatory lead, which is clearing
commercial drones for takeoff worldwide.
With technology for autonomous vehicles continually developing, state and municipal
governments are addressing the potential impacts of autonomous vehicles on the road.
Each year, the number of states considering legislation related to autonomous vehicles has
gradually increased. In 2017, 33 states have introduced legislation, while that number stood at
20 states in 2016.
The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has a new autonomous vehicles
legislative database, providing up-to-date, real-time information about state autonomous
vehicle legislation that has been introduced in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Fig. 8 - States with enacted autonomous vehicle legislation
Switzerland, Iceland, and Tanzania already allow autonomous drone delivery operations,
and from 2018 Japan will permit them as well.
E. Open Source Vehicle Technology
A large nu...

In drones and other UAVs: DroneCode

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is an open-source platform for Unmanned Aerial
Vehicles (UAVS), and Paparazzi UAV

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is an open-source drone hardware and software
project encompassing autopilot systems and ground station software for
multicopters/multirotors, fixed-wing, helicopters, and hybrid aircraft.
In other robotics spaces: ROS

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is a collection of libraries that aim to simplify the task of
creating complex and robust robot behavior across a wide variety of robotic platforms, and
OpenROV

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is a low-cost submarine/underwater drone hardware.
F. Token Economy
Blockchain technology has opened new possibilities for the recognition and exchange of
value. We are now entering a time when applications may be built on top of blockchain
technology and in doing so also create industry-specific economies and ecosystems.
This white paper proposes a way to leverage this significant economic parad...

DAV Roadmap

1
Q3 2017
- Centralised Discovery for MVP
- Mission App for MVP
- Simulated Drones for Development Environment
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Q4 2017
- Community Portal
- Decentrilized Identity
- Decentrilized Payment
- Token Contract
- Mission Contract
3
Q1 2018
- Bounty Token Contract
- Token Sale Contract
- Integration with first Drones
- Token Generation Event
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Q3 2018
- Decentrilized Discovery
- Decentrilized Communication
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Q4 2018
- Decentrilized Mission Planning and Coordination
Rachel Linnewiel
Rachel Linnewiel Head of External Relations

Abhishek Singh
Abhishek Singh Senior Developer

Andrew Grunstein
Andrew Grunstein Head of Research

Iurii Leltsov
Iurii Leltsov Head of Design

Daniel Goldfine
Daniel Goldfine Video Content Manager

Alick Friedman
Alick Friedman Business Solutions Manager

Hadar Badash
Hadar Badash Office Manager

Timi Ajiboye
Timi Ajiboye Senior Developer

Lior Shkoori
Lior Shkoori Product Manager

Scott Horowitz
Advisors Scott Horowitz Aerospace Advisor

Nick Johnson
Advisors Nick Johnson Blockchain Advisor

Jay Adelson
Advisors Jay Adelson Internet Infrastructure Advisor

Eyal Herzog
Advisors Eyal Herzog Crypto-economics Advisor

Abhishek Singh
Abhishek Singh
Senior Developer
UX/UI Developer
Co-founder and CEO
Advisor
Eyal Herzog
Eyal Herzog
Crypto-economics Advisor
Nick Johnson
Nick Johnson
Blockchain Advisor
Ethereum software engineer
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