Searched for: subject:"Supply%5C+chains"
(1 - 20 of 42)

Pages

document
Bastiaansen, H.J.M. (author), Kollenstart, M. (author), Dalmolen, S. (author), van Engers, T.M. (author)
Organizations increasingly collaborate in digital ecosystems, whilst being aware that data is becoming a key asset. They require improved data control capabilities that prevent their shared data from being misused. Currently, such capabilities are typically realized as situation-specific closed ecosystem solutions in a 'hub-model' approach. This...
conference paper 2020
document
Dalmolen, S. (author), Bastiaansen, H.J.M. (author), Kollenstart, M. (author), Punter, M. (author)
Organizations are becoming ever more aware that their data is a valuable asset requiring protection against mis-use. Therefore, being in control over the usage conditions (i.e. data sovereignty) is a prerequisite for sharing sensitive data in (increasingly complex) supply chains. Maintaining sovereignty applies to both the primary shared data...
conference paper 2020
document
Hofman, W.J. (author)
Improved situational awareness, also known as Supply Chain Visibility, contributes to better decisions with the ability to synchronize processes and reduce costs. It requires data sharing of for instance positions, speed, direction, and estimated time of arrival and—departure at locations of vessels, trucks, barges, and trains. Any two...
bookPart 2020
document
Minnens, F. (author), Lucas Luijckx, N.B. (author), Verbeke, W. (author)
One of the biggest challenges facing the food industry is assuring food integrity. Dealing with complex food integrity issues requires a multi-dimensional approach. Preventive actions and early reactive responses are key for the food supply chain. Information sharing could facilitate the detection and prevention of food integrity issues. This...
article 2019
document
Pessot, E. (author), Zangiacomi, A. (author), Berkers, F.T.H.M. (author), Hidalgo-Carvajal, D. (author), Weerdmeester, R. (author), Fornasiero, R. (author)
This research employs an extensive multiple case studies analysis to identify the most important business models affecting supply chain configurations and related enabling technologies towards the creation of collaborative networks. The results obtained from the investigation of 24 companies of manufacturing and process industry, informed by...
conference paper 2019
document
Hofman, W.J. (author)
Each manufacturer, supplier, and retailer has its own chain of collaborating stakeholders to meet their customer demands. Many perspectives can be taken like food safety, security, and sustainability, which may each lead to separate solutions that are not necessarily interoperable with each other. Data can only be shared within the context of...
conference paper 2019
document
Ehrler, V.C. (author), Seidel, S. (author), Lischke, A. (author), Davydenko, I. (author), Dobers, K. (author), Lewis, A. (author), Val, S. (author), Luzzini, D. (author)
Standardization of emission calculation is progressing swiftly in order to support the improvement of the sustainability of transport chains. Using the GLEC Framework v1.0 as a starting point, this research maps out, which further gaps need to be addressed for ensuring seamless coverage at a meaningful accuracy of such a calculation. The...
conference paper 2018
document
Hofman, W.J. (author), Spek, J.C. (author), van Ommeren, C.R. (author)
Improved situational awareness, also known as supply chain visibility, contributes to better decisions with the ability to synchronize processes and reduce costs. It requires data sharing of for instance positions and Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) of transport means. Blockchain technology could be a means to support data sharing, due to its...
conference paper 2018
document
Dalmolen, S. (author), Bastiaansen, H.J.M. (author), Moonen, H. (author), Hofman, W.J. (author), Punter, L.M. (author), Cornelisse, E. (author)
In support of the trend towards ever more complex supply chain collaboration for the Physical Internet, a trusted, multi-tenant (and interoperable) data sharing infrastructure has to be enabled. Trust is a condition sine qua non organizations may not be prepared to share potentially competitive sensitive information. As such, trust has to be an...
conference paper 2018
document
Tukker, A. (author), de Koning, A. (author), Owen, A. (author), Lutter, S. (author), Bruckner, M. (author), Giljum, S. (author), Stadler, K. (author), Wood, R. (author), Hoekstra, R. (author)
Global multiregional input-output databases (GMRIOs) became the standard tool for tracking environmental impacts through global supply chains. To date, several GMRIOs are available, but the numerical results differ. This paper considers how GMRIOs can be made more robust and authoritative. We show that GMRIOs need detail in environmentally...
article 2018
document
Verhoosel, J.P.C. (author), van Bekkum, M.A. (author), Verwaart, T. (author)
conference paper 2016
document
Reisch, L.A. (author), Cohen, M.J. (author), Thøgersen, J.B. (author), Tukker, A. (author)
While the field of sustainable consumption research is relatively young, it has already attracted scholars from all corners of the social sciences. The time has come to identify a new research agenda as trends in sustainable consumption research seem to suggest the dawning of a new phase. Not only does research need to be guided, but sustainable...
article 2016
document
Hulstijn, J. (author), Hofman, W. (author), Zomer, G. (author), Tan, Y.H. (author)
Customs administrations are exploring system-based approaches to regulatory supervision, taking the entire set of controls in a process into account. In addition to Trusted Traders, which are recognized by a certification process, customs are considering to identify so called Trusted Trade Lanes: companies that collaborate in a trade lane in a...
conference paper 2016
document
Hofman, W.J. (author)
Supply - and logistics innovations require data of different, heterogeneous sources. Supply chain resilience for instance requires visibility of goods flows and data of planned infrastructure maintenance and unforeseen accidents or incidents that may cause delays. Technically, there are different ways to share this data, e.g. the messaging...
conference paper 2016
document
Muller, T.J. (author), Müller, R. (author), Zedel, K. (author), Zomer, G. (author), Engler, M. (author)
Improving both efficiency and security in international supply chains requires a new approach in data sharing and control measures. Instead of managing supply chain risks individually, supply chain partners need to collaborate in order to exchange cargo information and implement control measures on the level of the entire supply chain....
conference paper 2015
document
Janssen, G.R. (author), de Man, A.P. (author), Quak, H.J. (author)
Supply chain collaboration, in which two or more autonomous firms work together to plan and execute supply chain operations, is becoming ever more important to remain competitive in business. Yet, through collaboration concerns arise about whether the benefits and risks of collaboration are split in an acceptable and fair manner. This research...
bookPart 2015
document
Klievink, B. (author), Zomer, G. (author)
This paper is the introduction to the fourth Workshop on IT-enabled Resilient, Seamless and Secure Global Supply Chains (WITNESS 2015). In the paper, we present a synthesis of the innovation agendas of a series of international research, development and demonstration projects that seek to make supply chains more efficient and more secure. From...
conference paper 2015
document
Gallis, R. (author), Zwetsloot, G.I.J.M. (author)
High Reliability Organizations (HRO’s) are organizations that constantly face serious and complex (safety) risks yet succeed in realising an excellent safety performance. In such situations acceptable levels of safety cannot be achieved by traditional safety management only. HRO’s manage safety risks in a specific way, supported by an associated...
other 2014
document
Davydenko, I. (author), Ehrler, V. (author), de Ree, D. (author), Lewis, A. (author), Tavasszy, L. (author)
Improving the efficiency and sustainability of supply chains is a shared aim of the transport industry, its customers, governments as well as industry organisations. To optimize supply chains and for the identification of best practice, standards for their analysis are needed in order to achieve comparable evaluations. This need for an...
article 2014
document
Pruksasri, P. (author), van den Berg, J. (author), Hofman, W.J. (author), Tan, Y.H. (author)
Secure and accurate transactions are vital to any large-scale business system in order to guarantee the reliability of the system to stakeholders in both the public and private sectors. In supply chain systems, however, a variety of information security shortcomings is currently occurring in several processes, for example, related to data...
conference paper 2014
Searched for: subject:"Supply%5C+chains"
(1 - 20 of 42)

Pages