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Towards a Novel Cooperative Logistics Information System Framework

Fares Zaidi 1 Laurent Amanton 1 Eric Sanlaville 1 
1 RI2C - LITIS - Equipe Réseaux d'interactions et Intelligence Collective
LITIS - Laboratoire d'Informatique, de Traitement de l'Information et des Systèmes
Abstract : Supply Chains and Logistics have a growing importance in global economy. Supply Chain Information Systems over the world are heterogeneous and each one can both produce and receive massive amounts of structured and unstructured data in real-time, which are usually generated by information systems, connected objects or manually by humans. This heterogeneity is due to Logistics Information Systems components and processes that are developed by different modelling methods and running on many platforms; hence, decision making process is difficult in such multi-actor environment. In this paper we identify some current challenges and integration issues between separately designed Logistics Information Systems (LIS), and we propose a Distributed Cooperative Logistics Platform (DCLP) framework based on NoSQL, which facilitates real-time cooperation between stakeholders and improves decision making process in a multi-actor environment. We included also a case study of Hospital Supply Chain (HSC), and a brief discussion on perspectives and future scope of work.
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Fares Zaidi, Laurent Amanton, Eric Sanlaville. Towards a Novel Cooperative Logistics Information System Framework. 7th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2018), Jul 2018, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-02114690⟩



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