Speed Reading: Because Effectiveness Is Everything

Speed reading uses comprehension techniques to increase your reading pace. This is a clever way to make the most of your time, since many of us entrepreneurs never have enough of that in a day! The key is to read fast enough to enjoy a reduction in time commitment while still absorbing the information. 

As a systematic scientist, I can see how speed reading tricks the brain into putting together information using fewer resources, ie., fewer words. These techniques are especially handy when you are reading business resources or textbooks. A balanced goal to aim for in speed reading is a score of 200-400 words per minute (WPM). This rate allows for comprehension of the subject matter while still allowing you to move along briskly.

Here are a few speed reading techniques that you can put into practice:

  1. Read the most important points first. The table of contents, any reviews of key information or chapter summaries should be read first. By reading these right away, your brain will have already been exposed to the subject matter, and as you are reading through the book you will be able to pull out related key concepts. This aids in speedy comprehension.
  2. Read the first and last sentence of each paragraph. These two sentences hold the core concepts of a paragraph. After reading the first and last sentence, glance over the body of the paragraph. This gives you a general notion of what the paragraph is about. 
  3. Guide your eyes with your finger or pen. Help prevent visual regression, the unconscious re-reading of sentences, by dragging your finger or a pen underneath the words as you read. This forces your eyes to follow along. You will read the words directly above your finger/pen rather than unconsciously retracing back over the sentence.
  4. Avoid subvocalizing while you read. This means you must not read outloud or mouth the words, as doing so will slow you down. If you can’t break the habit of subvocalizing, try chewing a bubble-gum while you are reading.
  5. Practice chunking. Learn to read common phrases as chunks rather than individual words. This technique works because your brain can recognize common groupings of words. For example, Catcher in the Rye or Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year are commonly seen phrases. Once you are familiar with these word groupings, all you really need to read is Catcher and Rye, or Christmas and Happy to know what the entire phrase is referring to.
  6. Play instrumental music in the background. Classical music, meditation soundtracks or alpha wave relaxation music are all ideal. Do not play music with lyrics, though, as this can hinder rather than help the speed reading process.
  7. Push yourself. You may not believe that you can complete that book or read that article, but push yourself to go faster than you think you can. Drag your finger along under the words a bit faster; skim the body of the paragraph faster than you normally would. You might be surprised by what you are capable of achieving!

You will have become an effective speed reader once you have a high WPM score while still being able to understand the key concepts of the material you are reading. Train your brain to approach reading the same way you would approach any other important aspect of your life: as a challenge to be conquered.

-Denis Bederov

What Are Smart Contracts?

The smart contract–it’s a contract that functions like a business rather than, well, just a contract. Perhaps you fancy yourself a technical visionary (I know I do). If so, you’ll want to keep your eye on this emerging smart tech tool. It’s well on its way to profoundly changing how we do business.

Though smart contracts resemble traditional contracts–they both define rules and result in actions being taken–the similarities end here. Smart contracts are actually sections of code that are immune to security threats. They are also self-enforcing. You could think of them as contracts that multitask. They store the directives of the contract, then confirm and carry out those directives. 

A unique and efficient tool, the smart contract can manage financial aspects of the agreement and act as a mediator, holding all parties accountable the way a lawyer would. And it accomplishes this, thanks to cryptology.

Smart contracts are an application on blockchain, a chain of records (“blocks”) that are connected via cryptology. Understanding this about blockchain will help you grasp why smart contracts are so secure.

Blockchain itself is considered an immutable distributed ledger. This means that once a smart contract is loaded into the blockchain, it is nearly impossible to alter it. 

Distributed, in this context, refers to the absence of a central authority. All elements in the blockchain, including a smart contract, are held accountable by an entire network of databases (ie., the blockchain). Therefore, no intermediary is needed outside of the coded smart contract itself. 

Since the design of the smart contract allows you to cut out any middlemen, you save time, money and the hassle of adding additional people to the mix. This is why blockchain-based smart contracts are, across the board, more secure and less expensive than traditional contract setups. 

A key to the autonomous nature of smart contracts is their coding. Smart contracts can use algorithms to automatically respond to the parameters of the contract, such as when a milestone is reached or an incident occurs. For example, say a contractor finishes a project and sends an invoice. The smart contract is coded to respond with the agreed-upon action: issuing a payment to the contractor and notifying them of their next job or end of contract.

This also makes it difficult to alter smart contracts. The boundaries of the contract and all transactions related to it are coded into and made publicly available via a blockchain ledger. No one can go in and tweak the smart contract independently of a consensus from the blockchain. And once an alteration is made, every database in the blockchain is aware of it. 

Immutability is not the only reason smart contracts create a sense of security. Though the ledger activity is posted publicly on the blockchain and can be monitored, information about the clients or contractors remains private. The identity of the individuals is not shared. 

Entrepreneurs and business traditionalists alike will benefit from transitioning to this technology. Taking advantage of the security smart contracts offer will set you apart as a technical visionary. Embrace the future of business transactions through smart contracts.

Denis Bederov

Why You Should Never Be Afraid of Change 

I am a systematic scientist with several projects completed to my credit and many years of experience in my field. For a long time, I was scared of change, and trust me, it took me a while to get over that fear. However, I wouldn’t be the accomplished systematic scientist I am today if I didn’t muster courage and embrace the changes that came my way.


Change is inevitable. However, I’ve found out that so many hate to be pushed outside of their comfort zone and are really terrified of testing the waters. But one thing remains: not so much can be achieved in the comfort zone.


Definition Of Change – from the Perspective of a Systematic Scientist, Denis Bederov

I’ve been through lots of changes in my life – from my choice of career as a systematic scientist extending even to my personal life, and it hasn’t been all rosy. Sometimes, I’ll have to work on a novel project with a new team I’ve never met before, and then I get overwhelmed, but I definitely know it’s not just peculiar to me. So, if you ask me what change is,  I’ll say: “Change is transformation to a person’s situation, environment, or physical/mental condition that often leads to circumstances challenging their extant paradigms.” This simply means that change is challenging and often uncomfortable – uncomfortable in such a way that it often meets us impromptu and offsets our realities.


Views of Change, Denis Bederov

You might wonder what I really think of change and probably if there are any merits that may come along with embracing change. So, here are some benefits that I believe come with embracing change.


Change Opens Us to New Perspectives

While routine and conditioning makes us go through life without thinking too much, change often forces us to look at things from new perspectives. The truth is, without being forced to, many of us would rather stick with our age-long traditions and customs than try something new. However, when change comes, it brings new realities and compels us to jump out of complacency. Then, you get to review your priorities and embrace the new developments.


Change Humbles Us

New experiences shock us and remove our ego. Many often detest change because of selfishness and pride. Although some are out of fear and uncertainty. However, by the time we experience an unprecedented event, we are often thrown off balance and humbled. Then, we can realize how small and vulnerable we are. It is in this level of humility that we can gain clarity to make clearer decisions and work towards being a better person.


Change can Inspire Us to be Better

As a systematic scientist, husband, and father, I have to confess that the challenges of combining my family life with my career can be quite overwhelming. It’s a change that you can never really prepare for, no matter how hard you try. However, the demands of fatherhood and marriage didn’t make me quit on my job, but it has inspired me to be a better person in the home and out of it. Knowing I have a family who looks up to me gives me the drive to work harder and become a greater systematic scientist.


Final Words from Denis Bederov

Change is inevitable and beautiful! Without it, we would never be able to meet new people, test new grounds, or really discover our innate abilities. Of course, it can be a little challenging at first, but if you embrace and grow through it, you’ll become more competent, knowledgeable, and even more equipped.

In retrospect, you’ll only regret the opportunities that you didn’t take simply because you were afraid of trying something new. So in my professional advice as a systematic scientist, I’ll say, never hate it; embrace it. The only permanent thing in life is change; so, don’t be afraid of it, embrace it and grow through it!


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3 Reasons Why You Should Always Be Technologically Up to Date – by Denis Bederov

Technology is indispensable. Interestingly, that indispensability has made technology ubiquitous and allowed it to pervade every sphere of our lives. Not just that, it keeps evolving at a rapid pace. In fact, even being a technical visionary, the evolution of technology is so rapid that keeping up with the trends can be quite overwhelming! But here’s one thing I know for sure – and every technical visionary will admit it – except you’re involved with these contemporary technological trends, it can also be somewhat difficult to learn and use them proficiently. However, it’s also important to carefully select the ones relevant to your business or career.


From healthcare to art, to culture, to business, to entertainment – all of these can be enhanced greatly when combined creatively with technology. If you desire to improve your career prospects and ensure your job security, you can’t do without being technologically up-to-date. In fact, if you as a technical visionary like me desire to launch a new field within your industry, I’ll advise that you keep up to date with technology trends and innovations. Much more, I’ll recommend that if you see any innovation, it’s best to consider investing in learning how you can adopt it within your career.


Being Technologically Up-to-date – from the Perspective of a Technical Visionary, Denis Bederov

There are so many reasons why professionals across different fields must stay up to date with trends in technology, and here I have provided an overview of some of them.


Improved Decision Making

As a technical visionary with years of dedicated experience in my field, I have realized that staying abreast of technology trends prepares individuals to take informed decisions in their whatever discipline they choose – even as a consumer. Today, there’s an abundance of products and services that promise to make people’s lives more comfortable, more enjoyable, or even healthier, and more and more of these products spring up like each day. However, while a technologically-up-to-date person cannot know how every new technology works, how to use it, and several other things, he or she can learn enough about a product of interest, so as to properly harness and utilize it or to even opt not to use it.


Upgraded Skill Set

Whether you’re a job seeker, a hiring manager, or even a technical visionary like me, staying up-to-date with technology trends can also upgrade your own skill set. As you look into emerging trends of technology, you get to discover new areas and competencies you should upgrade or develop.


Rest assured, if you get left behind by the trends of technology, you will become outdated and soon irrelevant in your career, and sadly open yourself up to being overthrown and replaced. Job seekers also need to know that to be employable, you need savviness especially in emerging technologies. Staying up to date with technology will make you more employable and definitely keep your job secure.



Every technical visionary knows that staying up-to-date with technology is part of what makes him unique. That’s why people who know me would say that I am not just another technical visionary, I am an innovator. It’s because I am well-informed about the current developments in my field and I can also predict certainly the trends in years to come. By staying abreast of technological trends, you can also help to drive the future of the technology forward, and even ideate new applications for it.


Final Words from Denis Bederov

Keeping up with the latest technology will not only help you as an individual, it also enhances your company’s competitive advantage in the industry by helping it stay relevant and unparalleled in the market. There’s no reason for you to be technologically ignorant!


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The Greatest Achievements of Space Travel and How They Have Influenced Our Lives

As a systematic scientist, I’m often asked how much I think building satellites for space and other space exploration and expedition has impacted our world. It’s a totally rational question. The short answer is that space exploration has tremendously helped shape our world. In fact, space travel has played an incomparable role in improving the state of the world and has led to a tremendous awareness of our ecosphere and the enormous universe that we live in. As a systematic scientist who has spent years in my chosen field and worked with different people from different walks of life, I can boldly say that the impacts of space expedition cannot be overemphasized.


How Space Travel Has Affected Our Lives – from the Perspective of a Systematic Scientist, Denis Bederov

Animals were the first species sent into space, but the USSR successfully sent cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin into space aboard the Sputnik 1 in 1961. Hence, Gagarin became the first human ever to orbit the Earth. Eight years later, millions watched from their televisions as Neil Armstrong’s pioneer moon landing was broadcast live. However, the greater impact of this space exploration went far beyond the national pride of the USA, it exposed us to a new era of technology. From that moment up until now, it has motivated thousands to study engineering and physics. Even today, a systematic scientist like me can attribute the inspiration for their careers to the strides of space travel.


About 5 decades ago, astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human ever to set foot on another celestial body by landing on the moon. Up till then, a lot of people never deemed it possible that easier access to space would be so possible in that era. That pivotal moment when a human stepped foot on another world heralded the end of one phase of human civilization and the consequent beginning of a new one. Without gainsaying, milestones like these have not only shaped public perception but also greatly altered the course of human history. Since then, about a dozen other astronauts have walked on the moon, among the growing number of over half a thousand astronauts that have been to space.


Denis Bederov Believes that Space Travel Influenced Synthesis of Tools and Expansion of Space Knowledge

Space study, travel, and exploration have led to the synthesis of a wide range of hardware, software and processes that can be applied across several fields. Singlehandedly, space travel has provided a significant amount of vital knowledge in the education of people about a basic understanding of how our planet and the larger universe work. Some other notable direct benefits of space exploration include a wider knowledge that exists about space and the discovery of distant planets and galaxies, thus exposing us to the fundamentals of our universe.


Since TIROS I, the first weather satellite was launched on April 1, 1960, and many countries in the world today has gone ahead to launch satellites for different purposes, ranging from communication to weather forecasting, security, and several other functions. Today, the number of weather satellites in space has increased significantly, and much more than ever before, these satellites are now more sophisticated. Satellites now move in geostationary orbit – at the same speed as the Earth’s rotation, taking high-quality pictures of clouds and observing weather patterns. This has gone a long way in enhancing meteorologists to monitor and accurately forecast weather conditions, so they can give advanced warnings for disasters such as tsunamis and hurricanes, and thereby save lives.


The conclusion from a Systemic Scientist, Denis Bederov

I believe that as a systematic scientist, the innovation and exploration of the space terrain has served an inspiration for us. Embarking on space travel, astronauts leaving earth and defying gravity, taking steps on the moon, and various other achievements were pivotal moments in human civilization. Particularly, the scientific and technological advancements that followed space colonization all serve an inspiration to the scientific community of students, researchers, and every systematic scientist globally.


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How the First Satellites Were Created

About six decades ago, precisely on October 4, 1957, the U.S.-U.S.S.R space race era kickstarted with the launching of Sputnik 1, the Soviet satellite and the pioneer man-made object to orbit the Earth. Even though it lasted about 21 days in space, the launch of Sputnik brought in a wave of stupendous advancements in political, military, technological, and scientific terrains.

As a systematic scientist, I define a satellite as an object in space that orbits around a bigger object. Broadly, there are two types of satellites: natural (such as the moon, the Earth’s satellite) and artificial (man-made satellites such as the International Space Station orbiting the Earth).

A great number of natural satellites abound in the solar system, with almost each planet having at least one moon. Artificial satellites, on the other hand, did not become a reality until the middle of the 20th century. So, how exactly were the first artificial satellites made?


The Sputniks: Soviet Union’s Space Pioneering Exploration – as written by Denis Bederov, a Systematic Scientist

Sputnik 1, the first man-made satellite to orbit Earth was a 184-pound (83-kilogram), 23-inch (58-centimeter) metal ball. While it was a landmark project back then, Sputnik 1’s contents will definitely look quite basic by today’s standards. At OKB-1, the manufacturer of Sputnik 1, the designers, engineers, technicians, and every systematic scientist involved in the development of the rocket and satellite were led by Mikhail S. Khomyakov. It had a thermometer, a battery, and a radio transmitter which changed the tone of its beeps according to temperature changes, and nitrogen gas, which pressurized the interior of the metal ball.


On the exterior, Sputnik 1 had four whip antennas which transmitted on shortwave frequencies above and below 27 MHz. Each of these antennas, designed by the Antenna Laboratory of OKB-1, led by systematic scientist, Mikhail V. Krayushkin, had an almost spherical radiation pattern. There were tracking stations on the ground which picked up the radio signals from this tiny satellite, and subsequently confirmed that the launch was successful and that Sputnik had begun orbiting around Earth. About a month later, precisely on November 3, 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik 2, a bigger companion satellite conveying a dog named Laika, into orbit.


Denis Bederov, a Systematic Scientist Writes on America’s First Satellite, Explorer 1

Apparently intimidated and desperate to keep up with their Soviet Union counterparts, American space experts, researchers and systematic scientists also tried to launch a satellite into orbit aboard a Vanguard rocket in December 1957. Unfortunately, the rocket crashed and exploded on the launchpad in full view of the press, to the embarrassment of the nation.


However, on January 31, 1958, Explorer 1 was successfully launched and thus became the first U.S. satellite in orbit using its single instrument to send back data about the radiation environment high above Earth’s surface. Explorer 1 was designed and built by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) led by Dr. William H. Pickering, a New Zealand-born systematic scientist. Explorer 1’s weighed a total of 13.37 kilograms (30.80 lb), roughly 16% of Sputnik 1’s total mass. Data from the satellite was transmitted to the ground station by two antennas operating on 108.03 MHz. In total, more than 29 transistors were used in Explorer 1, and it was powered by mercury chemical batteries contributing approximately 40% of the payload weight.

Hence, both Sputnik satellites and Explorer 1 became the debutants in the space race between the United States of America and the Soviet Union, a race which lingered until the late 1960s.


The conclusion from a Systematic Scientist, Denis Bederov

Since Sputnik’s launch, more than 40 countries have gone ahead to launch about 9,000 satellites into space. According to a 2018 estimate, more than half of these satellites remained in orbit. While less than 2,000 were still operational, the others have mostly lived out their useful lives and are now debris hanging in space.


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Radio waves

What Exactly is Understood By Radio Technology? – Denis Bederov, a Technical Visionary

Radio waves are a kind of electromagnetic radiation most popular for their widespread application in communication technologies, such as in television, mobile phones, and radios. These radio waves are capable of transmitting all kinds of data, including multimedia files, over very long distances. Today, a great percentage of what defines our modern lives has been achieved through radio wave technology, which has transformed the world in ways vastly beyond the anticipation of the first researchers and every technical visionary of the early age.


Looking back, it’s quite spellbinding how far radio technology has come and affected our civilization. But where did anyone ever get the idea that these invisible, yet powerful waves existed in the first place, and that they could be rightly used for wireless communication? Which notable technical visionary saw these electromagnetic waves affecting how we communicate and eventually evolving into an indispensable medium of communication?


The History of Radio Wave Technology, by Denis Bederov, a Technical Visionary

The story began with James Clerk Maxwell, a Scottish physicist who developed a unified theory of electromagnetism and published it in his Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism in 1873. According to the National Library of Scotland, it was Maxwell who first laid out a solid, mathematical case for and predicted the existence of radio waves. A few years later, in 1886, German physicist Heinrich Hertz proved Maxwell’s theories and applied them to the production and reception of radio waves. Hertz’s apparatus included an induction coil and a Leyden jar (an early type of capacitor comprising a glass jar with foil layers) to create electromagnetic waves. Hence, Hertz became the first scientist and technical visionary to transmit and receive controlled radio waves.



Less than a decade later, precisely in 1894, the same year Hertz died, an Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi conducted experiments and successfully used radio wave technology to wirelessly transmit telegraph messages. Marconi was a technical visionary who foresaw that wireless radio technology had the potential to revolutionize global communication, and with the help of his scientific advisor John Fleming, a former employee of Edison Company and student of Maxwell, he began construction of the world’s first long-distance wireless telegraphy station in southwestern England.


Marconi eventually sent the letter ‘S’ from Cornwall, England to Newfoundland, Canada, and became the first technical visionary to signal the first radio transmission in human history, although he was using a patent already credited to Nikola Tesla.



Fleming eventually invented the thermionic or diode valve to overcome the unreliability of the transmitters used in the earlier experiments, and this innovation spurred a huge leap in the history of radio wave technology. Fleming’s valve was later improved upon with the development of the triode, by Lee de Forest, to further amplify the signal. These valve systems became widely used in consumer electronics before the advent of transistors in the 1960s.



By the 1920s, there was a boost in radio wave technology development, and soon the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) was born. Fast forward to the 1930s, before the rise of television broadcasting, radio was the primary electronic medium for news, entertainment, and sports, and thus, the era became known as the “Golden Age of Radio.”


Denis Bederov, a Technical Visionary, Writes on The Uses of Radio Technology Today

Radio waves technology had been used primarily for communication through telegraphy, and later through audio. Today, radio has advanced and become applied to so many facets of everyday life. From AM and FM radio stations, television broadcasting to cordless telephones, microwaves, GPS receivers and wireless cellular networks, this era of smartphone and the Internet will definitely be impossible without the efforts of every technical visionary involved in the evolution of radio waves technology.


Ecologically Precious: Ecology and Technology are not Contradictory in these Inventions 

So far, a lot of people often think the recent trend of innovations will move towards worsening our ecosphere, but to the adulation of every technical visionary, including myself, the growing global environmental challenges have given rise to a new wave of eco-inventors that are developing brilliant solutions to the most pressing problems of our world today. These adroit inventors have continued to prove that actually ecology and technology can coexist, as they leverage on the new opportunities presented by the developing global problems to create eco-friendly products that promote a greener Earth and a better world. Personally, as a technical visionary, I have picked out some ecologically-precious inventions and the ingenious inventors of these eco-friendly products, which in my opinion deserve a mention.


Denis Bederov, a Technical Visionary, Outlines Some Notable Eco-Friendly Inventions – Ecology and Technology

Even though new ecologically-friendly products and inventions are being birthed every day and worthy of mentioning, for the restriction of space, I have listed some of these inventions aimed at promoting a sustainable Earth.



Made from plastic bottles filled and tightly packed with thin plastic waste, Ecobricks are building blocks aimed at providing a lasting solution for the large volume of plastic waste out there. Interestingly, Ecobricks are not just targeted at giving vast quantities of plastic waste a useful second life, this solution also focuses on ensuring that there is virtually no photo degradation and leaching of harmful chemicals especially into the soil. These eco-friendly building blocks can be used in the erection of small structures such as garden walls, furniture such as benches and chairs, and even in the construction of large structures such as cabins and schools. A great merit of this technology that I believe should be interesting to every technical visionary out there is that this simple yet ingenious solution can be replicated almost anywhere in the world without any sophisticated technology, electricity, and capital.


Pineapple Leather


As a technical visionary, I know that plastics are not just the only material having a devastating effect on our planet today. Frankly speaking, our leather consumption also poses a moral and ecological challenge. This is why the leather industry has continued to be targeted by animal rights activists for so long.


For enthusiasts of quality and eco-friendly leather products, Ananas Anam, a Philippines-based company has embarked on turning pineapple leaf fibres into strong and durable leather products. The environmentally-friendly textile, christened Piñatex, is also aimed at providing additional income for farmers, boosting the economies of developing communities while also empowering individuals.



Designed by Graviky Labs, AirInk is a company comprising engineers, scientists, and designers based in India, which aims to curb air pollution by extracting carbon from car exhaust to produce ink for pens.

By collecting the residue of pollutant particles that normally escape through the tailpipe of cars, this residue is then processed into ink to produce a line of AirInk pens. Each of these AirInk pens contains an approximate equivalent of 30-40 minutes worth of emissions produced by a car’s engine.



Sadly, today, about 800 million people still don’t have access to potable water. Hence, the creation of LifeStraw. LifeStraw contains no chemicals such as chlorine or iodine; it only comprises a hollow fibrous membrane, capable of filtering out up to 99.9999% of bacteria, protozoa, debris, and other contaminants from water, and preventing other health issues such as hepatitis E, typhoid, and dysentery. This is definitely a handy invention for those living in poverty, or people travelling in areas where the water supply is barely potable.


The conclusion from the Technical Visionary, Denis Bederov

As a technical visionary, I want to say that this list is not exhaustive. In my professional opinion, I’d like to advise that to reduce our carbon footprint, it is necessary to cut back on the purchase of things like plastic containers and utensils, and ultimately consider investing in sustainable energy equipment like solar panels.


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The advantages of Blockchain Technology at a glance

A blockchain, simply put, is a computer file that is used for storing data. To go more in-depth, blockchain is a distributed open database. It is termed “distributed” in the sense that the information on the blockchain is distributed to several computers, and the entire blockchain is decentralized. Therefore, no single person has absolute control over the blockchain.

What is a Blockchain, Denis Bederov


Blockchain also can be seen as a time-stamped series of unalterable record of data which is managed by a collection of computers that are not owned by one individual. This blockchain does not have a primary authority; it is decentralized. The effect is that any information on the blockchain is free for anybody to see, thereby enhancing accountability and transparency.

Having explained the meaning of blockchain, I will explain some of the numerous advantages of blockchain technology.


Advantages of Blockchain Technology, by Denis Bederov


  1. Improved Transparency: One important advantage of blockchain technology is that it has greatly improved transparency for every systematic scientist. Due to the very nature of blockchain, it is distributed to all network contributors that use the same documentation as against individual ones. The data that is stored on the blockchain can be reorganized through agreement by unilateral acceptance of everybody involved in the transaction. Also, before any change or alteration can be made to a single record, there have to be changes made to previous records, and this must be approved by the entire network. The data is saved in a place that is accessible to everyone that has access to it. This makes the information saved on blockchain to be transparent, accurate, and consistent. The access to add or alter the data is available to individuals who have the requisite permission to do so.


  1. Speed and Efficiency: For a systematic scientist, speed is paramount to deliver an excellent job. Using the regular traditional means of storing data is not only time consuming but vulnerable to mistakes and errors. When you streamline and automate these procedures with blockchain technology, it becomes faster, less error-inducing and more efficient. The information stored on the blockchain is done using one digital ledger that is accessible to various users; it therefore dispenses with the need to harmonize different ledgers, and that makes the work less clumsy. It also encourages trust amongst co-workers, as everyone has access to the same data and it reduces the need for supervision.


  1. Reduces Cost: Reducing the cost of running a business is very important for a systematic scientist, so that funds can be used for more important projects. The cost that is incurred by manual documentation, errors, mistakes, and delays can be averted by using a cost-effective blockchain. Blockchain technology also helps you to eliminate unnecessary intermediaries, and third parties as members can now monitor and track information themselves. There is no longer a need for unnecessary document review because everybody that is involved in the particular transaction has access to the same unchanged data.


  1. Improved Security: Because most of the information used by a systematic scientist is confidential and private, sound security is a priority for them. The data stored on blockchain is usually encrypted and this improves the security of the data. Also, changes or alterations cannot be made on the blockchain, so it helps to secure the information from fraudulent manipulation and unauthorized activities. It is also advantageous to me as a space scientist, for it also reduces the incidence of hacking because the data is saved on several computers and not on a single server.


Blockchain, though a new concept, is gradually beginning to gain relevance and importance in areas like banks and other financial institutions. It is also used by entrepreneurs, IT specialists, and systematic scientists for effective data documentation. Being a new terrain, it is still developing and I might not be sure of the extent of protection, risks involved, privacy, and dispute resolution. However, I, Denis Bederov, insists that the advantages, as set out above makes it a good option to consider for a decentralized system of record.


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Revolutionary – The Industrial Internet of Things

The hype about the Internet of Things is everywhere now, and as a technical visionary, I can boldly say that the IoT technology is here to stay. More than just an optimist, I am a technical visionary who always sees the better sides of innovations, and this time, Denis Bederov is writing about the revolution the industrial applications of the IoT technology can spur.


Technical Visionary’s View of IIoT, by Denis Bederov


The Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, is used to refer to a network of smart sensors and actuators, instruments, and other devices connected with computers to enhance industrial processes, including automation of manufacturing processes and energy management. This connectivity enhances data collection, synchronization, and analysis, potentially facilitating productivity, efficiency and other economic benefits for industrial uses.

Also known as the “industrial internet” or “Industry 4.0,” IIoT builds on the efficiency of smart machines and uses real-time analytics to take advantage of the data that industrial machines have produced over a long period of time. IIoT is driven by the philosophy that smart machines are not just more efficient and faster than humans at capturing and analyzing data in real time, they are also better at generating and sharing important information that can be used to drive business decisions more accurately.

Enabled by technologies like cybersecurity, cloud computing, edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, Big Data, RFID technology, and cognitive computing, the IIoT is every technical visionary’s dream come true. Simply put, I will love to call it “the application of IoT technology in manufacturing and factory-based work environments.”


A Technical Visionary’s View of the Architecture of IIoT, Denis Bederov


Typically, any IIoT ecosystem comprises smart sensors that can communicate and store information about themselves, a public and/or private data infrastructure for communicating (such as Wi-Fi, cloud computing), tools for analytics and applications that can generate business information from raw data, and the people.

From the perspective of a technical visionary, I believe that IIoT comes with numerous benefits. One of those benefits is that IIoT enhances predictive maintenance in industries. This means that industries can use real-time data generated from IIoT systems to predict defects or faults in their machinery, before those defects actually occur. This enables companies to swing into proactive action to correct those issues before a part fails and thereby preventing downtime.

Another common benefit of IIoT is a more efficient field service. The application of IIoT technologies helps field service technicians to promptly identify potential issues in customer equipment before they become major issues, and this will enable the field technicians to fix the problems before they begin to inconvenience their customers.

Furthermore, another merit of Industrial Internet of Things is asset tracking. Asset management systems can be used by suppliers, manufacturers, and customers used to track the location, status and condition of products as they move through the supply chain. The IIoT system will send instant notifications to stakeholders about the status of the goods – maybe damaged or at risk of being damaged, hence, giving them the opportunity to take immediate or preventive action to arrest the situation.

One of the revolutionary trends of IIoT is that it also enhances customer satisfaction. When products are connected to an IoT system, the manufacturer can collect, collate and analyze different product usage data about their products, and this enables the manufacturers and product designers to see the future trends of IoT devices and ultimately build more customer-based products.



Even though the IIoT technology is still majorly at the stage of trials and pilots, I believe that its future is bright and it has a lot of prospects. As a technical visionary, I am of the opinion that as sensors get smaller and cheaper, and as 5G network become more profound and reliable, the prospects and interest in the IIoT will continue to grow in the years to come.


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