Information architecture for intelligent goods in transport systems
Intelligent goods are autonomous entities that observe anlyse, decide and act on behalf of one or more stakeholders. Information acquired and exchanged on behalf of these stakeholders must be defined by information models. Such models are already defined by standardisation organisations like OASIS, GS1, EPC Global and UN/CEFACT and by European projects like e-Freight and EURIDICE. The necessity and suitability of the models are discussed in an intelligent goods context and requirements with respect to an information architecture that is tailor-made for intelligent goods.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
- Research Council of Norway (RCN) / 200572
- SINTEF Digital / Software Engineering, Safety and Security
Intelligent goods in transport system
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