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Next Generation Industrial IoT Digitalization for Traceability in Metal Manufacturing Industry: A Case Study of Industry 4.0

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Next Generation Industrial IoT Digitalization for Traceability in Metal Manufacturing Industry : A Case Study of Industry 4.0. / Beliatis, Michail J.; Jensen, Kasper; Ellegaard, Lars; Aagaard, Annabeth; Presser, Mirko.

In: Electronics (Switzerland), Vol. 10, No. 5, 628, 03.2021.

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title = "Next Generation Industrial IoT Digitalization for Traceability in Metal Manufacturing Industry: A Case Study of Industry 4.0",
abstract = "This paper investigates digital traceability technologies taking careful consideration of the company{\textquoteright}s needs to improve the traceability of products at the production of GPV Group as well as the efficiency and added value in their production cycles. GPV is primarily an electronics manufacturing service company (EMS) that manufactures electronic circuit boards, in addition to big metal products at their mechanics manufacturing sites. The company aims to embrace the next generation IoT technologies such as digital traceability in their internal supply chain at manufacturing sites in order to stay compatible with the Industry 4.0 requirements. In this paper, the capabilities of suitable digital traceability technologies are screened together with the actual GPV needs to determine if deployment of such technologies would benefit GPV shop floor operations and can solve the issues they face due to a lack of traceability. The traceability term refers to tracking the geolocation of products throughout the manufacturing steps and how that functionality can foster further optimization of the manufacturing processes. The paper focuses on comparing different IoT technologies and analyze their positive and negative attributes to identify a suitable technological solution for product traceability in the metal manufacturing industry. Finally, the paper proposes a suitable implementation road map for GPV, which can also be adopted from other metal manufacturing industries to deploy Industry 4.0 traceability at shop floor level.",
keywords = "Asset tracking, Digital business model innovation, Digital internal supply chain, Digital traceability, Digital transformation, Digitalization, IIoT, Industry 4.0, Lean digital shop floor management, LoRa, Material flow, RFID, Sigfox",
author = "Beliatis, {Michail J.} and Kasper Jensen and Lars Ellegaard and Annabeth Aagaard and Mirko Presser",
note = "Funding Information: The M.J.B. and M.P. was funded by EU IoTCrawler project, grant number No.779852. Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2021 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
year = "2021",
month = mar,
doi = "10.3390/electronics10050628",
language = "English",
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AU - Aagaard, Annabeth

AU - Presser, Mirko

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N2 - This paper investigates digital traceability technologies taking careful consideration of the company’s needs to improve the traceability of products at the production of GPV Group as well as the efficiency and added value in their production cycles. GPV is primarily an electronics manufacturing service company (EMS) that manufactures electronic circuit boards, in addition to big metal products at their mechanics manufacturing sites. The company aims to embrace the next generation IoT technologies such as digital traceability in their internal supply chain at manufacturing sites in order to stay compatible with the Industry 4.0 requirements. In this paper, the capabilities of suitable digital traceability technologies are screened together with the actual GPV needs to determine if deployment of such technologies would benefit GPV shop floor operations and can solve the issues they face due to a lack of traceability. The traceability term refers to tracking the geolocation of products throughout the manufacturing steps and how that functionality can foster further optimization of the manufacturing processes. The paper focuses on comparing different IoT technologies and analyze their positive and negative attributes to identify a suitable technological solution for product traceability in the metal manufacturing industry. Finally, the paper proposes a suitable implementation road map for GPV, which can also be adopted from other metal manufacturing industries to deploy Industry 4.0 traceability at shop floor level.

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KW - Digital business model innovation

KW - Digital internal supply chain

KW - Digital traceability

KW - Digital transformation

KW - Digitalization

KW - IIoT

KW - Industry 4.0

KW - Lean digital shop floor management

KW - LoRa

KW - Material flow

KW - RFID

KW - Sigfox

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