Logistics 4.0

Digital Transformation of Supply Chain Management

Turan Paksoy (Redaktør) ; Cigdem Gonul Kochan (Redaktør) ; Sadia Samar Ali (Redaktør)

Industrial revolutions have impacted both, manufacturing and service. From the steam engine to digital automated production, the industrial revolutions have conduced significant changes in operations and supply chain management (SCM) processes. Les mer
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Industrial revolutions have impacted both, manufacturing and service. From the steam engine to digital automated production, the industrial revolutions have conduced significant changes in operations and supply chain management (SCM) processes. Swift changes in manufacturing and service systems have led to phenomenal improvements in productivity. The fast-paced environment brings new challenges and opportunities for the companies that are associated with the adaptation to the new concepts such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber Physical Systems, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, cyber security, data analytics, block chain and cloud technology. These emerging technologies facilitated and expedited the birth of Logistics 4.0. Industrial Revolution 4.0 initiatives in SCM has attracted stakeholders' attentions due to it is ability to empower using a set of technologies together that helps to execute more efficient production and distribution systems. This initiative has been called Logistics 4.0 of the fourth Industrial Revolution in SCM due to its high potential. Connecting entities, machines, physical items and enterprise resources to each other by using sensors, devices and the internet along the supply chains are the main attributes of Logistics 4.0. IoT enables customers to make more suitable and valuable decisions due to the data-driven structure of the Industry 4.0 paradigm. Besides that, the system's ability of gathering and analyzing information about the environment at any given time and adapting itself to the rapid changes add significant value to the SCM processes.


In this peer-reviewed book, experts from all over the world, in the field present a conceptual framework for Logistics 4.0 and provide examples for usage of Industry 4.0 tools in SCM. This book is a work that will be beneficial for both practitioners and students and academicians, as it covers the theoretical framework, on the one hand, and includes examples of practice and real world.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK


A Conceptual Framework for Industry 4.0 (How is it started, how is it evolving over time?)


Sercan Demir, Turan Paksoy, and Cigdem Gonul Kochan





Logistics 4.0: Changing Patterns of Logistics in Industry 4.0 and Role of Digital Transformation in SCM


Sercan Demir, Turan Paksoy, and Cigdem Gonul Kochan





SECTION 2: INTERNET OF THINGS AND CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS IN SCM





The Internet of Things in Supply Chain Management


Volkan UEnal, Mine OEmurgoenulsen, Sedat Belbag, and Mehmet Soysal





The Impact of Internet of Things on Supply Chain 4.0: A Review and Bibliometric Analysis


Sema Kayapinar Kaya, Turan Paksoy, and Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes





The New Challenge of Industry 4.0: Sustainable Supply Chain Network Design with Internet of Things


Sema Kayapinar Kaya, Turan Paksoy, and Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes





SECTION 3: FUZZY DECISION MAKING IN SCM





Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Decision Making in SCM: Fuzzy Multi Criteria Decision Making for Supplier Selection


Belkiz Torgul, Turan Paksoy, and Sandra Huber





SECTION 4: MACHINE LEARNING IN SCM





Supplier Selection with Machine Learning Algorithms


Mustafa Servet Kiran, Engin Esme, Belkiz Torgul, and Turan Paksoy





Deep Learning for Prediction of Bus Arrival Time in Public Transportation


Faruk Serin, Suleyman Mete, Muhammet Gul, and Erkan Celik





SECTION 5: AUGMENTED REALITY IN SCM





Augmented Reality in Supply Chain Management


Sercan Demir, Ibrahim Yilmaz, and Turan Paksoy





SECTION 6: BLOCKCHAIN IN SCM: THE IMPACT OF BLOCK CHAIN TECHNOLOGY FOR SCM- POTENTIALS, PROMISES, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS





Blockchain Driven Supply Chain Management: The Application Potential of Blockchain Technology in Supply Chain and Logistics


Yasanur Kayikci





SECTION 7: AI, ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS IN SCM





Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Autonomous Systems in SCM


Sercan Demir, and Turan Paksoy





SECTION 8: SMART FACTORIES: TRANSFORMATION OF PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT





Smart Factories: Integrated Disassembly Line Balancing and Routing Problem with 3D Printers


Zulal Diri Kenger, Cagri Koc , and Eren OEzceylan





Enterprise Resource Planning in the Age of Industry 4.0: A General Overview


Ibrahim Zeki Akyurt, Yusuf Kuvvetli and Muhammet Deveci





Smart Warehouses in Logistics 4.0


Muzaffer Alim, and Saadettin Erhan Kesen





SECTION 9: SMART OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT





Comparison of integrated and sequential decisions on production and distribution activities: New mathematical models


Ece Cetin Yagmur, and Saadettin Erhan Kesen





Profit Oriented Balancing of Parallel Disassembly Lines with Processing Alternatives in the Age of 4.0


Seda Hezer, and Yakup Kara





SECTION 10: MATURITY MODELS AND ANALYSIS FOR INDUSTRY 4.0 AND LOGISTICS 4.0





A Study of Maturity Model for Assessing the Logistics 4.0 Transformation Level of Industrial Enterprises: Literature Review and a Draft Model Proposal


Kerem Elibal, Eren OEzceylan, and Cihan Cetinkaya





SECTION 11: SMART AND SUSTAINABLE/GREEN SCM





Smart and Sustainable Supply Chain Management In Industry 4.0


Gokhan Akandere, and Turan Paksoy





A Content Analysis for Sustainable Supply Chain Management Based on Industry 4.0


Yesim Deniz Ozkan-Ozen, and Yucel Ozturkoglu





A New Collecting and Management Proposal under Logistics 4.0 and Green Concept


Harun Resit Yazgan, Sena Kir, Furkan Yener, and Serap Ercan Coemert





SECTION 12: MANAGEMENT OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN SCM





The Roles of Human 4.0 in the Industry 4.0 Phenomenon


Nurcan Deniz





Lean Manufacturing and Industry 4.0: A framework to integrate the two paradigms


Batuhan Eren Engin, Ehsan Khajeh, and Turan Paksoy

Om forfatteren

Dr. Turan Paksoy received his B.S. degree in industrial engineering from Gazi University, M.S. degree in industrial engineering, and PhD degree in production management from Selcuk University in 2004. He received the associate's degree in production management in 2008 from National Academic Council of Turkey. In 2015, he was promoted to full professor at Selcuk University. Dr. Paksoy currently is working as a faculty member at Konya Technical University, Department of Industrial Engineering. He attended London Kingston University as visiting professor in 2015. Dr. Paksoy also has the affiliation of founding director of KTO Karatay University Lean & Green SCM Lab. He has been honored with being chosen for "Global Sustainable Leaders" by U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce in 2018.





Dr. Cigdem Gonul Kochan earned her Ph.D. degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of North Texas. Her research focusses on the intersection of supply chain resilience, supply chain technologies, and healthcare supply chains. Her research has been published in the International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, and International Journal of Logistics Management. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor at Northeastern Illinois University.


Dr. Sadia Samar Ali She is a professor at Dept of Industrial Engg, King Abdul-Aziz University Jeddah. She is both an academician and researcher contributing value towards working for bridging the gaps between academia and industry in the growth of nation's young future managers by exposing them to apply Statistical Analysis on real situation. Dr. Ali is a registered guide in the area of Statistics and Management and has been mentoring aspiring scholars to polish their research methods skill. In addition to academic pursuits she takes keen interest in publications also. Dr. Ali has published more than 60 papers listed in ISI, SCI/SSCI ,SCOPUS and SCIRUSindexed which have appeared in leading European, American, Indian and South-Asian journals.