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Product Intelligence: Theory and Practice

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Are there any benefits in allowing orders and products to be able to manage their own progress through a supply chain? The notion of associating (and even embedding) information management and reasoning capabilities with a physical product has been discussed for over ten years now. This talk will review the notions of product intelligence and examine the rationales for these models and the practicality of their implementation. A number of trial deployments in manufacturing, logistics and aerospace will be examined and the practical pros and cons of the intelligent product model assessed.

This talk is part of the DIAL seminars series.

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