Blockchain is considered a key technology of the current digital revolution and its application is spreading from cryptocurrencies to disparate processes requiring notarization. The well-known independence and contraposition of stakeholders in the AECO sector made DLT applications the hoped-for means to trust each other. Construction site management due to its complexity and the pluralism of the actors involved can be modelled as a BPMN coreography of intra-organizational processes. This aims of the work here presented is the exploitation of blockchains and smart contracts as tools to notarize the state of each intra-organizational process and to enforce compliance with the choreography

Combining Blockchain and BPMN Choreographies for Construction Management

Alessandra Corneli;Berardo Naticchia;Francesco Spegni;Luca Spalazzi
2021

Abstract

Blockchain is considered a key technology of the current digital revolution and its application is spreading from cryptocurrencies to disparate processes requiring notarization. The well-known independence and contraposition of stakeholders in the AECO sector made DLT applications the hoped-for means to trust each other. Construction site management due to its complexity and the pluralism of the actors involved can be modelled as a BPMN coreography of intra-organizational processes. This aims of the work here presented is the exploitation of blockchains and smart contracts as tools to notarize the state of each intra-organizational process and to enforce compliance with the choreography
Computing in Construction
978-3-907234-54-9
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