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Title: Internet of Things-based production logistics and supply chain system-Part 1: Modeling IoT-based manufacturing supply chain
Authors: Mengru Tu
Ming K Lim
Ming-Feng Yang
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:運輸科學系
Date: 2018-01
Issue Date: 2018-11-30T08:27:43Z
Publisher: Industrial Management and Data Systems
Abstract: Abstract: Purpose The lack of reference architecture for IoT modeling impedes the successful design and implementation of an IoT-based production logistics and supply chain system (PLSCS). We present this study in two parts to address this research issue. Part A proposes a unified IoT modeling framework to model the dynamics of distributed IoT processes, IoT devices, and IoT objects. The models of the framework can be leveraged to support the implementation architecture of an IoT-based PLSCS. Second part of this study extents the implementation architecture proposed in Part A. Part B presents an IoT-based Cyber-Physical System (CPS) framework and evaluates its performance. Design/methodology/approach This paper adopts a design research approach, using ontology, process analysis, and Petri net (PN) modeling scheme to support IoT system modeling. Findings The proposed IoT system modeling approach reduces the complexity of system development and increases system portability for IoT-based PLSCS. The IoT design models generated from the modeling can also be transformed to implementation logic. Practical implications The proposed IoT system modeling framework and the implementation architecture can be used to develop an IoT-based PLSCS in the real industrial setting. The proposed modeling methods can be applied to many discrete manufacturing industries. Originality/value The IoT modeling framework developed in this study is the first in this field which decomposes IoT system design into ontology-, process-, and object-modeling layers. A novel implementation architecture also proposed to transform above IoT system design models to implementation logic. The developed prototype system can track product and different parts of the same product along a manufacturing supply chain.
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URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51488
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