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Data Science and Innovation in Supply Chain Management: How Data Transforms the Value Chain, vol 29

Edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian M. Ringle

in Proceedings of the Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL) from Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, currently edited by Wolfgang Kersten; Thorsten Blecker

Abstract: This volume contains research contributions by an international group of authors addressing innovative and technology-based approaches for supply chain management. They present business models and investment options for enhanced strategic decision making as well as recent approaches for supply chain analytics and risk management. This volume, edited by Wolfgang Kersten, Thorsten Blecker and Christian Ringle, provides valuable insights into artificial intelligence and digital transformation in Supply Chain Management with regard to: - Innovation and Technology Management - Advanced Manufacturing, Industry 4.0 and Blockchain - Supply Chain Analytics and Artificial Intelligence - Risk and Security Management - Platform Economy and innovative Business Models

Keywords: Logistics; Industry 4.0; Digitalization; Innovation; Supply Chain Management; Artificial Intelligence; Data Science (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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Chapters in this book:

How disruptive start-ups change the world of warehouse logistics , pp 3-24 Downloads
Julia Feldt, Henning Kontny and Frank Niemietz
Product modularization in integrated supply chains: A product life-cycle phase specific concept for effect allocation , pp 25-76 Downloads
Martin Brylowski, Maximilian Ludwig, Wolfgang Kersten and Wolfgang Schultze
Simulating the impact of digitalization on retail logistics efficiency , pp 77-111 Downloads
Dominik Loske and Matthias Klumpp
A procedural model for exoskeleton implementation in intralogistics , pp 113-151 Downloads
Carsten Feldmann, Victor Kaupe and Martin Lucas
Blockchain technology: Integration in supply chain processes , pp 153-185 Downloads
Tan Gürpinar, Sophie Harre, Michael Henke and Farah Saleh
Application of agile methods in traditional logistics companies and logistics start-ups: First results from a German Delphi study , pp 187-219 Downloads
Malena Zielske and Tobias Held
Building a virtual maritime logistics cybersecurity training platform , pp 223-246 Downloads
Harri Pyykkö, Jarkko Kuusijärvi, Sami Noponen, Sirra Toivonen and Ville Hinkka
Impact of notification time on risk mitigation in inland waterway transport , pp 247-278 Downloads
Johannes Gast, Rebecca Wehrle, Marcus Wiens and Frank Schultmann
Improving risk assessment for interdependent urban critical infrastructures , pp 279-291 Downloads
Sandra König
Product lifecycle optimization by application of process mining , pp 295-315 Downloads
Marco Meßner and Johannes Dirnberger
Supply chain planning in the food industry , pp 317-353 Downloads
David Stüve, Robert van der Meer, Matthias Lütke Entrup and Mouhamad Shaker Ali Agha
Evaluation of data quality in dimensioning capacity , pp 355-394 Downloads
Lea Vliegen, Nikolas Ulrich Moroff and Katharina Riehl
A systematic classification of database solutions for data mining to support tasks in supply chains , pp 395-425 Downloads
Joachim Hunker, Anne Antonia Scheidler and Markus Rabe
A first step towards automated image-based container inspections , pp 427-456 Downloads
Steffen Klöver, Lutz Kretschmann and Carlos Jahn
Impacts of a smart factory on procurement logistics , pp 459-485 Downloads
Bennet Zander, Kerstin Lange and Hans-Dietrich Haasis
Framing supply chain visibility through a multi-field approach , pp 487-519 Downloads
Lucie Lechaptois
Realization and validation of a collaborative automated picking system , pp 521-558 Downloads
Mathias Rieder and Richard Verbeet
Enhancing B2B supply chain traceability using smart contracts and IoT , pp 559-589 Downloads
Mohamed Ahmed, Chantal Taconet, Mohamed Ould, Sophie Chabridon and Amel Bouzeghoub
Semantic service discovery in heterogeneous cyber-physical systems , pp 591-623 Downloads
Andreas Lober, Hartwig Baumgärtel and Richard Verbeet
Identification of sociotechnical changes caused by Industry 4.0 , pp 625-660 Downloads
Felix Schnasse, Jörn Steffen Menzefricke, Stefan Gabriel, Daniela Hobscheidt, Matthias Parlings, Arno Kühn and Roman Dumitrescu
Mastering the supply chain by a concept of a ditigal control-twin , pp 661-697 Downloads
Wilmjakob Herlyn and Hartmut Zadek
Blockchain technology in Germany: An excerpt of real use cases in logistics industry , pp 699-735 Downloads
Devis Bartsch and Herwig Winkler
Preventing mental strain for logistics workers: Guideline development , pp 737-761 Downloads
Patrick Schwarz and Matthias Klumpp
Shared Digital Twins: Data sovereignty in logistics networks , pp 763-795 Downloads
Hendrik Haße, Hendrik van der Valk, Norbert Weißenberg and Boris Otto
A holistic digitalization KPI framework for the aerospace industry , pp 797-847 Downloads
Felix Krol, Muhammad Amad Saeed and Wolfgang Kersten
Success factors for online food retail logistics , pp 851-873 Downloads
Anne Beckmann, Julia Kleineidam and Frank Straube
Selecting the right platform - The perspective of logistics service providers , pp 875-909 Downloads
Jonas Haas and Mischa Seiter
Impact of digitalization on logistics provider business models , pp 911-938 Downloads
Sascha Stradner and Uwe Brunner

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