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Food Logistics 4.0: Opportunities and Challenges

Sandeep Jagtap, Farah Bader, Guillermo Garcia-Garcia, Hana Trollman, Tobi Fadiji, Konstantinos Salonitis
2020 Logistics  
Food Logistics 4.0 is a term derived from Industry 4.0 focusing on all the aspects of food logistics management based on cyber-physical systems.  ...  This paper discusses the vital technologies within Food Logistics 4.0 and the opportunities and challenges in this regard.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the editor and anonymous referees for their insightful and constructive comments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/logistics5010002 fatcat:7i6xo53jrzamxm7st5nwxt2euy

Logistic aspects of Industry 4.0

R Skapinyecz, B Illés, Á Bányai
2018 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Reliability and quality assessment of logistics networks are a complex problem.  ...  optimal selection of logistics service providers in the network from a reliability point of view.  ...  This research was partially carried out in the framework of the Center of Excellence of Mechatronics and Logistics at the University of Miskolc. References  ... 
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/448/1/012014 fatcat:krsijdkwirfz3niry3qd74mkpy

Logistics 4.0: Do we have professionals prepared from an Education 4.0?

Carlos Alberto Schettini Pinto
2021 International Journal of Scientific Research and Management  
Thus, this article asks, do we have professionals prepared for education 4.0? In addition, it presents a flow to be adopted in any academic area aimed at applying the characteristics of education 4.0.  ...  Having professionals prepared for the characteristics inherent to this new situation becomes a sine quae non for this highly connected and globalized environment.  ...  The idea was to propose a standard systematic that could be used in any 4.0 educational environment for areas such as industry, logistics and management 4.0.  ... 
doi:10.18535/ijsrm/v9i12.el03 fatcat:tkavrwx6jjco5kjparz64lrnfe

Chair for Intelligent Transportation Systems–Sustainable Transport Logistics 4.0

Yisheng Lv
2021 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine  
IT S RESE ARCH L AB Yisheng Lv, Editor T he Chair for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)-Sustainable Transport Logistics 4.0 at Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU) is a new unit with in-depth knowledge  ...  (c) A snow scenario and van for the Austrian Post simulated in the game engine Unity 3D. (Source: Yuzhou Liu; used with permission.)  ... 
doi:10.1109/mits.2021.3081895 fatcat:zztztafxpvduro6chyb6iraiiy

Performance, Quality, and Control in Steel Logistics 4.0

Andreas Beham, Sebastian Raggl, Viktoria A. Hauder, Johannes Karder, Stefan Wagner, Michael Affenzeller
2020 Procedia Manufacturing  
The efficiency of transport and storage processes is a crucial success factor and is challenged by highly dynamic processes and environments.  ...  As a result, steel logistics is concerned with the storage and movement of -in our case -work in process (WIP) materials.  ...  Acknowledgements The financial support by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs and the National Foundation for Research, Technology and Development is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.02.053 fatcat:rl4dxqkddbhi5d5unaippik27u

Logistics Response to the Industry 4.0: the Physical Internet

Marinko Maslarić, Svetlana Nikoličić, Dejan Mirčetić
2016 Open Engineering  
As a consequence, there is a need for new paradigms of the way freight is move, store, realize, and supply through the world (logistics system).  ...  , societal, business paradigm) of proposed new logistics paradigm as a practical solution in supporting Industry 4.0.  ...  The current state of overall logistics efficiency is not ideal, and a new concept for logistics organization that challenges current and future industrial practice is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1515/eng-2016-0073 fatcat:xoykwvhlnre3nphxyfaows3ure

Industry 4.0 in the logistics field: A bibliometric analysis

Barbara Bigliardi, Giorgia Casella, Eleonora Bottani
2021 IET Collaborative Intelligent Manufacturing  
The recent term Logistics 4.0 focusses on the specific applications of Industry 4.0 in the area of logistics and was created as an integral part of the Industry 4.0 concept.  ...  Finally, the research gaps identified will provide a reference point that will encourage and guide interested researchers for future study.  ...  supply chain challenges (e.g  ... 
doi:10.1049/cim2.12015 fatcat:wpk6jy2tszfbnpzenkyltyfg6a

Automated Performance Measurement in Internal Logistics Systems [chapter]

Chiara Raith, Manuel Woschank, Helmut Zsifkovits
2021 Implementing Industry 4.0 in SMEs  
In this chapter, the authors develop a concept for the automated determination of performance indicators for storage and conveying systems.  ...  Further, the impact of the proposed concept on the logistics performance of the plant and the adequate selection of a maintenance strategy is discussed.  ...  Table 7 .2 7 Literature on performance measurement in internal logistics systems Literature Description Fabri et al. (2020) Uses a Discrete-Event-Simulation and a set of KPIs to assess the logistics  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-70516-9_7 fatcat:rnpw5ujohjclji57dvnt2hh7ny

Exploration of Critical Success Factors of Logistics 4.0: A DEMATEL Approach

Shahbaz Khan, Rubee Singh, Abid Haleem, Jacinta Dsilva, Sadia Samar Ali
2022 Logistics  
In order to do this, a comprehensive literature review is conducted for the identification of the critical success factors of logistics 4.0.  ...  This transformation of conventional logistics into digital logistics (logistics 4.0) is possible through exploring several critical success factors that are responsible for the adoption of logistics 4.0  ...  These factors are essential for the adoption of logistics 4.0. Managerial Implications Logistics 4.0 is an emerging concept, and its adoption is a challenging task.  ... 
doi:10.3390/logistics6010013 fatcat:odgwd7mgargfbnerpni5vd6l24

Measuring the readiness level of logistics companies to industry 4.0

Melis Gizem Ozturk, Ahmet Murat Koseoglu
2018 Pressacademia  
As a result of this logistics are now facing a new challenge that will come with new industrial revolution, Industry 4.0.  ...  Industry 4.0 is mainly about technology; therefore, it is inevitable for logistics companies to shape their ICT systems according to new aspects of Industry 4.0. 2.INDUSTRY 4.0 Industry 4.0 is the vision  ... 
doi:10.17261/pressacademia.2018.903 fatcat:q3fzudf67ffydd45725dc5yfhm

Advantages of Learning Factories for Production Planning Based on Shop Floor Simulation: A Step towards Smart Factories in Industry 4.0 [chapter]

Montoya Andrés, Guarín Álvaro, Mora Julián
2020 Industry 4.0 - Impact on Intelligent Logistics and Manufacturing  
simulation, and a natural scenario to learn about how to use it for productive processes design and control are the Learning Factories.  ...  In this chapter, shop floor simulation is identified as a tool for planning and controlling production, also a state of the art about its implementation is exposed in academic and industrial environments  ...  Advantages of Learning Factories for Production Planning Based on Shop Floor Simulation: A Step towards Smart… 15 Industry 4.0 -Impact on Intelligent Logistics  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.79930 fatcat:pig3nzfbejhmpoi3xrw4ue2s2e

Current Status of Industry 4.0 in Material Handling Automation and In-house Logistics

Orestis Κ. Efthymiou, Stavros T. Ponis
2019 Zenodo  
In this paper, we present the authors' initial study of the field with a special focus on the use and applications of Industry 4.0 principles in material handling automations and in-house logistics.  ...  Research shows that despite the vivid discussion and attractiveness of the subject, there are still many challenges and issues that have to be addressed before Industry 4.0 becomes standardized and widely  ...  According to [18] , broader logistics sector, including material handling and in-house logistics, is a suitable application area for Industry 4.0, with significant impacts expected.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3566333 fatcat:iojirmh2zve5ljmzwqazl6anwi


György Kovács, Rabab Benotsmane, László Dudás
2019 Advanced Logistic Systems - Theory and Practice  
The industrial sector is going through a paradigm shift.  ...  This new paradigm known as Industry 4.0.  ...  Simulation is a tool for providing real-time data to observe the physical world in a virtual surrounding, which can include machines, tools, products and humans.  ... 
doi:10.32971/als.2019.006 fatcat:p2sonvhbjvgrxoxfviwfrrh6xm

Resilient Supplier Selection in Logistics 4.0 with Heterogeneous Information [article]

Md Mahmudul Hassan, Dizuo Jiang, A. M. M. Sharif Ullah, Md. Noor-E-Alam
2019 arXiv   pre-print
These ranking scores are used as input in a Multi-Choice Goal Programming (MCGP) model to determine optimal order allocation for respective suppliers.  ...  Finally, a sensitivity analysis assesses how the Suppliers Cost versus Resilience Index (SCRI) changes when differential priorities are set for respective cost and resilience attributes.  ...  It is especially true for a logistics 4.0 company that mostly prefers efficiency from a supplier.  ... 
arXiv:1904.09837v3 fatcat:tyy3szziizfczagxjy2a5kk4fy

Industry 4.0 Technologies and Their Impact in Contemporary Logistics: A Systematic Literature Review

Orestis K. Efthymiou, Stavros T. Ponis
2021 Sustainability  
Findings of this review can hopefully be used as the basis for future research in the emerging Logistics 4.0 concept and related topics.  ...  This study attempted to address this shortcoming by performing a systematic review of the available literature of Industry 4.0 in the logistics context.  ...  The same applies for our decision to focus on the intersection of Industry 4.0 and logistics.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132111643 fatcat:qxaqf26vjnhnlkjkwma5vvzfze
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