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Component for 3D printing provenance framework security properties components for provenance framework

Component for 3D printing provenance framework security properties components for provenance framework
Component for 3D printing provenance framework security properties components for provenance framework
For 3D printed objects, research into the knowledge of design has increased in the past decade due to advances in digitization and 3D printing technologies. This has resulted in increased concerns about Intellectual Property Right issues (IPR). The problem is the inability to achieve provenance for 3D printed objects because of the lack of reference point to the original. This paper presents on-going research into provenance of 3D printed objects, specifically for objects that have economical, historical and cultural value. The paper discusses the investigated components for a provenance framework of 3D printed objects that allows the transition of provenance between digital and physical objects. For instance any off the shelf products generally come in manufacturer packaging that provides information about the product. However with 3D printed objects there is no packaging and any information about the object is not present with the 3D printed object. Hence this paper provides a framework to maintain the provenance of the printed objects
Fadhel, Nawfal F.
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Richard, Crowder
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Akeel, Fatimah Y.
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Gary, Wills
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Fadhel, Nawfal F.
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Richard, Crowder
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Akeel, Fatimah Y.
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Gary, Wills
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Fadhel, Nawfal F., Richard, Crowder, Akeel, Fatimah Y. and Gary, Wills (2014) Component for 3D printing provenance framework security properties components for provenance framework. 2014 World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS), United Kingdom. 08 - 10 Dec 2014. (In Press)

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Abstract

For 3D printed objects, research into the knowledge of design has increased in the past decade due to advances in digitization and 3D printing technologies. This has resulted in increased concerns about Intellectual Property Right issues (IPR). The problem is the inability to achieve provenance for 3D printed objects because of the lack of reference point to the original. This paper presents on-going research into provenance of 3D printed objects, specifically for objects that have economical, historical and cultural value. The paper discusses the investigated components for a provenance framework of 3D printed objects that allows the transition of provenance between digital and physical objects. For instance any off the shelf products generally come in manufacturer packaging that provides information about the product. However with 3D printed objects there is no packaging and any information about the object is not present with the 3D printed object. Hence this paper provides a framework to maintain the provenance of the printed objects

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Accepted/In Press date: November 2014
Venue - Dates: 2014 World Congress on Internet Security (WorldCIS), United Kingdom, 2014-12-08 - 2014-12-10
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 375406
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/375406
PURE UUID: e6223fb3-1690-443f-9341-35711c6d3be5

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Last modified: 16 May 2019 16:31

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Author: Nawfal F. Fadhel
Author: Crowder Richard
Author: Fatimah Y. Akeel
Author: Wills Gary

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