As part of BeefLedger’s ecosystem development, we’re pleased to have executed a collaboration MOU with Track Tech (

This collaboration will see Track Tech devices deployed within parts of the BeefLedger supply chain, to support our ability to monitor the whereabouts of our equipment and packages.

Here, BeefLedger’s Charles Morris and Warwick Powell flank James Kennett from Track Tech, after putting pen to paper.

“Where we have a decentralised ledger, we have a need for better and better Internet of Things (IOT) capabilities.

“We’re thrilled by this collaboration because both our organisations are committed to enhancing the capacity of Australian agribusinesses to use digital technologies to create new value throughout the entire supply chain.

“What excites us as well is the fact that we are able to work with a broad cross section of IOT hardware developers to create linkages between an existing technology ecosystem with the emerging power of decentralised ledger data storage,” said Warwick Powell.

According to Warwick, “BeefLedger is a technology agnostic platform, and the more IOT providers we are able to work with the more able we are to deliver an open standard for the industry into the future.”

BeefLedger welcomes inquiries from IOT providers and innovators to collaborate.