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Delivering financial benefits and security to the aviation industry by
optimizing the supply chain end-to-end.
Our goal is to provide aeronautical professionals with quality
resources, the security of blockchain technology and efficient
purchasing protocols. This will enable economies of scale for
aerospace industry players by optimizing the supply chain as a
TOKEN SALE WHITE PAPER
Table of contents
1 THE GSC AVIATION PLATFORM
1.1 The GSC Aviation Database
1.1.1 Identity Cards for Suppliers
1.1.3 Suppliers and Buyers Rating
1.1.4 Supplier Tracking
1.1.5 Buyer's Dashboard to secure the Supply Chain
2. THE GSC AVIATION BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM
2.1 The GSC Aviation Marketplace
2.1.1 Traceability of Aeronautical Parts
2.1.2 Scheduled Obsolescence of Parts to be Installed on Aircraft
2.1.3 Information integration at the blockchain
2.1.4 GSC Smart Purchases
2.1.5 Standalone use of the GSC Blockchain
3 GSC AVIATION TOKEN SALE
3.1.1 Token Distribution Structure
3.1.2 Distribution of Funds following the Token Sale
3.1.3 Distribution of Tokens following the Token Sale
3.2 Financial projections
3.2.1 Business model
Any information presented in this white paper is provisional and may be subject to change
at any time.
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accounting or investment advice of any kind. This document does not constitute an
investment solicitation and does not represent an offer or sale, public or private, of any
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information, refer to the Token Sale warning at the end of the document. This white paper
is for informational purposes only, describing a possible software system.
Large and complex ecosystems of manufacturers and suppliers are emerging to produce
increasingly intelligent and connected products in almost every industry. This naturally
affects our traditional approaches to supply chain management. A typical aircraft
manufacturer today is likely to work with thousands of vendors and a diverse range of
partners in multiple industries to produce the technologies, applications, platforms and
services required for a modern aircraft.
In the 2013 Deloitte* global supply chain risk survey, companies highlighted the challenges
they face in managing sudden shifts in demand and margin erosion. This is mainly related
to globalization and global connectivity. Large challenges arise because they do not
have the latest tools to change their visibility shortages. In fact, companies often have
trouble controlling the flow of supply and information within their tiers, having no choice
but to trust their stakeholders - internal and external. Even using outsourcing a...
service specifications and part specifications as well as dispute resolution procedures. The
GSC platform enables faster, efficient integration of new suppliers. In the background, a
large, decentralized network of computers records each transaction made by a member
of the supply chain in a shared register (the blockchain) that is continuously and
collectively updated in real time. In addition, a POW consensus algorithm running on all of
these computers ensures the validity of each transaction and prevents fraud and malicious
In a critical sector like aviation, knowing the source of all parts, having product quality
information and being able to locate the supplier of a faulty component is crucial for
industry players. In addition, the transparent and verifiable features of blockchain
technology enable an effective and rapid response to fraud detection.
technology can improve the transparency, speed and responsiveness of these complex
components labelled RFID are not sufficient, because the information shared between the
different stakeholders is not optimal. Each has its own information system making their
interactions complex and insecure thus complicating traceability along the value chain.
In fact the digital fusion of RFID with blockchain technologies is a prominent trend of our
time. The RFID sealed component data recorded in the blockchain enables the vendor to
provide the manufacturer with a complete view of the authenticity, provenance,
processing, conditions and timing of freight transportation.
Blockchain technology for supply chains
A must or a maybe?
Does Your Supply Chain Need a Blockchain?
Continuous interconnected supply chain Using Blockchain & Internet-of-Things in supply chain traceability
GSC Aviation will implement Public Blockchain technology to ensure perfect traceability
of equipment from their manufacture to their destination, a...
expand your business network.
A good partner (buyer or supplier) can become
a steady bulwark to face the
strongly develop the growth of the business.
increase the return on investment.
It can, by its competence,
carry out its missions with efficiency and speed.
Taking this into consideration it becomes evident that the choice of partner should not be
made on the sole criterion of price. If you choose your partner only based on their rates
you will certainly save in the short term, but if it’s not very effective you may lose much
more than you had hoped to gain in the first place. There are many factors that must
influence your selection of the right partner outside of price alone. Of course the price is
not to be neglected, but it is better to take a closer look and take into consideration
price-quality ratio, ...
User Experience Flaws:
very little information on the identity cards of suppliers
which will force the buyer to make an
RFI (Request For Information) thus losing valuable time. None of these platforms (Partsbase, Locatory,
etc.) come with
vendor performance monitoring.
This would allow buyers to compare them on a
purchase segment or to be able to make corrective actions with defaulting suppliers. There is also
for instant contact with suppliers, especially for foreign suppliers to know if they are
available at a glance.
CURRENT CLIENT INEFFICIENCIES
Securing the Supply Chain
Supplier Performance Tracking
Request For Quotation (RFQ) Module
Discovery of Suppliers
Detailed Identity Sheets of Suppliers
RFI process requires buyer initiation
PUSH model, the information comes to the
GSC Platform Roadmap
BIRTH OF THE GSC AVIATION CONCEPT.
Q4 2017 - Q1 2018
WHITE PAPER WRITING & TEAM TRAINING.
WHITE PAPER WRITING & TEAM .
July 1, 2018
Q2 - Q3 2018
PLATFORM TEST BY FLYDYNAMICS.
Q3 2018 - Q1 2019
GSC AVIATION PLATFORM LAUNCH.
GSC AVIATION BLOCKCHAIN TRACEABILITY LAUNCH.
TRANSPORT UNIT DEVELOPMENT / CONTRACTS MANAGEMENT.
AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR MARKET STUDY.
GSC AUTOMOTIVE PLATFORM TEST.
GSC AUTOMOTIVE PLATFORM LAUNCH.
Q2 - Q3 2020
GSC SMART PURCHASES BLOCKCHAIN LAUNCH.
REVERSE AUCTION BLOCKCHAIN LAUNCH.
Q1 - Q2 2021
GSC RAIL PLATFORM LAUNCH.
Q3 - Q4 2021
GSC CONSULTING PLATFORM TEST.
Q1 - Q2 2022
GSC CONSULTING PLATFORM LAUNCH.