An Interoperability Service Utility for Collaborative Supply Chain Planning across Multiple Domains Supported by RFID Devices (iSURF)

Doğaç, Asuman
Today's competitive and demanding world of business requires new networked applications and services capable of interoperation across variety of business domains and organizations of all sizes. iSURF will provide an intelligent collaborative supply chain planning network that will: 1.Realize a knowledge-oriented inter-enterprise collaboration environment in which distributed intelligence of multiple trading partners will be exploited in the planning and fulfillment of customer demand in the supply chain. 2.Develop a Semantic Interoperability Service Utility for achieving the semantic reconciliation of the planning and forecasting business documents exchanged between the companies according to different standards. 3.Provide an open source smart product infrastructure for SMEs in order to enhance their capabilities of gathering product information through RFID devices, filtering and aggregating the collected data and putting them into a business context. 4.Enable the definition and execution of inter-enterprise collaboration across wide variety of business domains through the Service Oriented Collaborative Supply Chain Planning Process Definition and Execution Platform. 5.Wrap the existing legacy applications with semantically enriched web services to solve the technical interoperability problem during interaction with the underlying legacy business processes. 6.Facilitate establishing transitory supply chain planning collaborations in case of exceptions. Dynamic visibility information will enable the European SMEs to be more agile, sustainable and responsive to the changes in the supply chain dynamics. 7.Provide a Global Data Synchronization Service Utility in order to ensure the accuracy and reliability of master data used in the supply chain by developing standards based open platform for SMEs. 8.Ensure the security and privacy of the real time visibility data gathered through RFID devices, the planning and forecasting messages exchanged across enterprise


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A. Doğaç, “An Interoperability Service Utility for Collaborative Supply Chain Planning across Multiple Domains Supported by RFID Devices (iSURF),” 2010. Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: