BeschreibungWith supply chains interconnecting remote geographical markets via ocean transport, granular information flows are paramount. The Automatic Identification System (AIS) surpassed its initial grounding and collision avoidance intent and serves now as the critical enabler for digital maritime supply chains. The revision of Chapter V of the Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS) in 2002 initiated the process and mandated AIS transceivers on a significant proportion of the merchant fleet since 2004. Driven by safety concerns, AIS technology has been embraced as a means to evaluate traffic, emissions, pollution, and natural disasters. Despite that, the growing market penetration sheds light on the technological shortcomings that inhibit the adoption of AIS as an instrument to
digitalize global supply chain operations. The paper investigates prior insights about AIS applications via a qualitative and quantitative methodological design and proposes amendments to SOLAS Chapter V Reg. 19. The authors reviewed 229 papers dealing with AIS in the context of maritime studies and identify applications and respective quality parameters under the coding structure: Marine safety/security, navigation, emissions/pollution, and technology. The empirical analysis utilizes a benchmark model to outline critical information deficits. The AIS panel datasets were sources from a renowned bulk carrier and various public data providers. Given problematics stimulate the authors to propose recommendations to accommodate supply chain 4.0 applications.
|Zeitraum||22 Jan. 2020 → 25 Jan. 2020|
|Ereignistitel||17th CEMS Research Seminar on Supply Chain Management|
Österreichische Systematik der Wissenschaftszweige (ÖFOS)
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