Improvement of Traceability Processes in the Farmed Fish Supply Chain
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AuthorParreño Marchante, Alfredo; Álvarez Melcón , Alejandro; Trebar, Mira; Grah, Andrej; Filippin, Piero
Research GroupGrupo Electromagnetismo Aplicado a las Telecomunicaciones
Knowledge AreaTeoría de la Señal y las Comunicaciones
SponsorsNSFC – National Natural Science Foundation of China K. C. Wong Education Foundation (Hong Kong) Springer-Verlag
Bibliographic CitationPARREÑO MARCHANTE, Alfredo et al. Improvement of Traceability Processes in the Farmed Fish Supply Chain. En: LISS 2012 : 2nd International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Science. 12-15 julio 2012, Beijing, China. Pp.1067-1072.
Wireless Sensor Networks
In the project "RFID from Farm to Fork" an implementation of RFID technologies are used along the food supply chain to be deployed in SMEs: from the farm to the consumer. As part of the project, two pilot deployments are being undertaken in the farmed fish business. The purpose of this paper is to show how the business process of the farmed fish supply chain can benefit from a novel system architecture that uses Radiofrequency Identification (RFID) and Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) to improve the processes of fish traceability. In order to show the technological evaluation, both a definition of each company´s business processes and how to upgrade them to the new technologies are presented. Keywords: Traceability, farmed fish, supply chain, aquaculture, RFID, WSN.
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