AAMVA 2018 Region 1 Conference

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Event details

Date: May 14 – 17, 2018
Venue: Booth 42, Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware
Attendees: Andre Maximiano, Sr. National Sales Director, Infosys Public Services
Narasaiah Vardranam, Principal Consultant, Infosys Public Services

Event overview

American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators’ (AAMVA) Annual Region 1 Conference provides motor vehicle administrators in the Eastern and mid-Atlantic region, and the industry with a platform to connect, discuss strategies, and exchange ideas regarding relevant motor vehicle and law enforcement related issues.

The 2018 conference will cover a wide variety of topics including systems modernization and autonomous vehicles.

Connect with Infosys Public Services

Infosys Public Services is an exhibitor at the AAMVA 2018 Region 1 Conference. Meet us at booth 42 to see innovative IT solutions that help motor vehicle and licensing agencies digitize operations and service delivery.

Session details

Topic: Blockchain and DMV: Rethink Integrity, Accountability & Collaboration
Date: May 17, 2018
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 2:50 p.m.
Venue: Christiana Ballroom, Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware
Speaker: Narasaiah Vardranam, Principal Consultant, Infosys Public Services

Session description

Many public sector organizations are already leveraging blockchain for a variety of purposes – asset management, regulatory compliance, and citizen services. For example, Delaware used it to digitize and store archival records and Cook county is using it for transferring and tracking property titles.

Blockchain can offer DMV agencies an opportunity to streamline operations, improve collaboration with partner agencies, and deliver secure services while minimizing chances of fraud and improving accountability. For example, jurisdictions can use blockchain for:

  • Verification of a customer’s record or license, especially when a person has moved from the other state
  • Confirmation of ownership or transfer of titles from one person or entity to another
  • Updating information about a customer or a transaction by a customer (like license renewal, transfer of title, penalty payment, vehicle maintenance history etc.), in near real-time, across multiple systems and jurisdictions

Since blockchain records sit in a distributed database, there is no single controlling authority, there is a clear track record of who updated the record and when, and the risk of these records being tampered is almost zero.

In our session, we plan to discuss what blockchain is, how it would impact motor vehicle agencies, and how can motor vehicle agencies prepare to take advantage of this new technology.

Speaker profile

Narasaiah Vardranam Narasaiah Vardranam, Principal Consultant, Infosys Public Services
Narasaiah Vadranam has over 18 years of experience across IT consulting, technology innovation, and development of strategic solutions for various areas including legacy modernization and digitalization of processes. Mr. Vadranam has expertise in supporting business agility, providing IT strategy for change adoption, business process re-engineering, and systems integration and interoperability. He has also designed, developed and integrated various systems launch, operational productivity, and client acquisition initiatives.

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