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A2ABlog: Come to Think of It
 
 
Visibility

instance phenomenon | supply chain | {type} analytics
Research

Platform & Cloud | IoT & Service | Entitlement (P&S);
Fun Fun

snoopy (Peanuts); comics; craft beers; sing-along/music;;
 
Publications

articles; book; case studies; a brochure; dummy help
HISTORY

CCL (CUHK); Virginia Tech; Radford University; HK(Royal)JC;
ATCM

Proceedings EPATCM; ATCMCD; ActivityML;
 
  Notables

  1. An IoT Service Framework - An attempt to bring IoT design theory in play based on a service framework. The service framework is grounded on Party Service in the physical/real world, its transcendence to Party e-Service in the electronic world, and consequentially to Party m-Service with the proliferation of smart mobile devices.
  2. An e-Entitlement Framework - Access Control (e.g., Role-based Access Control) & Privacy Preservation should take on an integrative view in this dynamic Integrative Era where Access Control is protected at the data-level with encryption, and Privacy should be identity-owner-sanctioned rather than data-owner-defined. We bring the intersect of these two tricky designs into one as entitlement.
  3. An open forum, 'RFID-based Enabling Technology for On-Target Visibility Garment Supply Chains', organized by the Center of Cyber Logistics of then Li & Fung Institute, was held in The Chinese University of Hong Kong on April 27, 2011.
    • Most Innovative Use of EPC/RFID (Gold) Award, GS1 Hong Kong RFID Awards 2011, for End-to-End RFID Adoption in Supply Chains: Visibility, Innovations & Beyond.
    • Best EPC/RFID Implementation (Bronze) Award, GS1 Hong Kong RFID Awards 2011, for End-to-End RFID Adoption in Supply Chains: Visibility, Innovations & Beyond.
    • Merit Award in e-Logistics and Supply Chain Management Category, Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards 2011, for RFID-enabled On-Target Supply Chain Visibility Platform.
QUICK links:
ATCM CD | RFID Forum Brochure | References
 
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