Research on Supply Chain Simulation System Based on Internet of Things


As one of the top ten core industries in China, Internet of things, has gradually changed our life, by influencing enterprise production, storage and transportation, express, supermarket shopping, etc. By using Internet of things technology in the supply chain, enterprise can optimize the structure and process of supply chain management system, improve the information transmission speed and things matching accuracy, and improve the operation mode of supply chain. The paper constructs a supply chain simulation system based on Internet of things. Firstly we analyze the process of the simulation system, and then introduce key techniques of simulation platform and main functions of the system. The work provides a basic platform for follow-up research of Internet of things, and a training system for students.

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Zhu, J. and Fu, B. (2015) Research on Supply Chain Simulation System Based on Internet of Things. Advances in Internet of Things, 5, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/ait.2015.51001.

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