Towards automated container transportation by integrating blockchain technology: a case study at xl business park in almelo

Ron van Duin, Suraj Dharmasastha, Sebastian Piest

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Abstract

The application of blockchain has great potential in the logistics industry, especially in because transportation involves multiple actors and a considerable numbers of transactions. This paper presents the results and findings of case study research at XL Businesspark as part of the STEERS project and adds 6 use cases for blockchain technology solutions in logistics to the body of knowledge. The application of blockchain is investigated in-depth at Combi Terminal Twente to automate terminal processes, support future applications of connected automated container transport and streamline communication with warehouse facilities. The results of this case study and use cases will be further developed and prototyped in the Spark! Livinglab.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBijdragen Vervoerslogistieke Werkdagen 2022
EditorsMartin Kraan, Stef Weijers, Bart Vannieuwenhuyse
PublisherUniversity Press Zelzate
Pages205-216
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventVervoerslogistieke Werkdagen 2022 - Mechelen, Belgium
Duration: 10 Mar 202211 Mar 2022

Conference

ConferenceVervoerslogistieke Werkdagen 2022
Abbreviated titleVLW 2022
Country/TerritoryBelgium
CityMechelen
Period10/03/2211/03/22

Keywords

  • Blockchain
  • Automated Vehicles

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