Blockchain based Distributed Cloud Fog Platform for IoT Supply Chain Management

We provided an awareness qustionaire for fresh food products and survay for a group of 30 students from the University of Skopje

ANNA CARBONE; DANCO DAVCEV; KOSTA MITRESKI; LJUPCO KOCAREV; VLADO STANKOVSKI

2018

Scholarcy highlights

  • The concept of circular economy is rapidly gaining attention as a way of decoupling growth from resource constraints.The proposed supply chain platform in this research will accelerate product development, expand into new markets, leverage partnerships, and mitigate unbalanced distribution of available resources
  • Trusted food traceability along the whole product lifecycle including quality, quantity, adulteration and authentication is a paramount tool of consumer to control the whole food supply chain activities
  • The purpose of the microcontroller is the coordination of the sensor node i.e. to collect, transform and encode the data from the sensors, activate and connect the transmission module with the network base station and send to the Cloud for further predictive analysis by corresponding IoT Cloud applications and services as can be seen on the same Fig. 3
  • We provided an awareness qustionaire for fresh food products for a group of 30 students from the University of Skopje
  • This study showed that the majority of students are aware and focused just on few common FFP aspects without deeper knowledge of FFP quality
  • It is especially important to mention that the proposed project is generic. It means that it is applicable for any agriculture and food production
  • The feedback from the customer will be provided be analyzing his/her social behavior on the market

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