Logistics Management System Based on Permissioned Blockchains and RFID Technology
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- Logistics management system, permissioned blockchains, RFID, smart contract.
In the traditional logistics management system, it usually involves the integration of information flow, transportation, warehousing and security. However, in the actual process, it is not easy to verify and track the goods in transit while responding to emergencies. In addition, due to the lack of transparency, the accident caused by the whole process is extremely difficult. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology can better solve the problems of visual tracking and complicated operation in logistics management. Blockchain (BC) technology can make organizations more transparent, democratic, distributed, more effective and safer. The use of BC technology can build a traceable and identifiable system for the logistics industry from production, warehousing to distribution, and protect logistics security in a complex supply chain system for cross-regional logistics. In this paper, we design and develop a logistics management system based on permissioned BCs and RFID technology. This system uses RFID chip, smart contract and permissioned BCs technology to improve the transparency of logistics management and automation of information collection and reduce the risk of logistics security. Finally, the validity of the design scheme is proved by combining specific application scenarios with an actual case.
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TY - CONF AU - Rong Wang AU - Wei-Tek Tsai AU - Juan He AU - Can Liu AU - Qi Li AU - Enyan Deng PY - 2019/05 DA - 2019/05 TI - Logistics Management System Based on Permissioned Blockchains and RFID Technology BT - Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Computer, Network, Communication and Information Systems (CNCI 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 426 EP - 432 SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/cnci-19.2019.58 DO - 10.2991/cnci-19.2019.58 ID - Wang2019/05 ER -