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SIMUL8 has supported the Center's Studies for years with their simulation software. Tom Stephenson, Head of Customer Service, tells us about how companies are using simulation and details what the experience is like for departments and groups trying to understand their environment and improve processes.


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Members of the Center's Blockchain for Cold Chain Study team join us to talk about the challenges of cold chain and their work in exploring the use of blockchain, IoT and Analytics to improve management of temperature sensitive product , excursion alerting and investigations.


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Dr. Narayanaswarmy has been working with the Center's Studies for quite some time, advising on analytical opportunities to better secure the supply chain. This session was a unique opportunity to gain insights on the current and future use of artificial intelligence and machine learning for supply chain purposes.


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From Sea to Fork: Tracking Seafood with Blockchain

By Robert Celeste

This project demonstrated how blockchain can be used to add trust to a complex supply chain that currently uses minimal technology. As a result of this effort, quality and trust of the product was increased significantly. This result encouraged the participants to explore enabling another key feature of blockchain, "incentivization". The project will explore how to share increased margins due to increased quality/trust with all participants that contribute to this value chain. The net result is fair income for the fishermen, potential for government grants and insurance for the protection of supply chain partner's investments.


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Blockchain your Supply Chain

By Robert Celeste

Let's talk about blocks, supplies and chains


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