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14 May 2018
Orbis is a NEO blockchain powered infrastructure focused on enhancing local networks in order to make these networks more accessible on a global and international scale. At the same time Orbis will incentivise it’s system to enable both published dApp developers as well as consumers participate in the infrastructure.
Orbis will make use of local Bluetooth connectivity in order to develop secure many-to-many (M:M) data communities through a mesh network that will be driven by NEO blockchain technology. Orbis has decentralized applications or dApps in crowdsourced networks, IoT development and systems integrations. It has developed a multi-functional and highly dynamic system for developers to enhance the infrastructure and for consumers to utilise it. To achieve this multi-functional and dynamic system, Orbis has developed major components such as it’s OrbiStore, OrbisWeb and OrbisToken or OBT.
The mesh network which is what Orbis all about offer the following benefits;
There are essentially five possible challenges faced by the pre-standard mesh implementation, they include;
The mesh network makes use of nodes which are basically consumer mobile devices with the help of both the Android or iOS apps. To avoid data congestion the packets (data/messages) sent over mobile nodes will need relay counters ticking down every time the packet is relayed. Once it reaches zero, the packet will no longer be relayed.
At the developer’s request those stationary nodes can be programmed to relay without changing the relay counter. To prevent data congestion, node devices will hold on to small message caches in order to avoid relaying any duplicate message.
A real world use case in relation to “Range Extension” involves two individuals living in two different parts of the world. Pete lives in Sydney, Australia and has recently joined the OrbisWeb infrastructure as a consumer node, he wants to send a Bluetooth message to a pal of his named Charles living in Detroit, U.S. Pete sends the message through the OrbisWeb network and the message is broadcast on the network. The message is received by another node on the network and through an intricate web of nodes gets relayed until it eventually gets to Charles who then receives the message all this happening in a very short space of time.
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