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A Proposition for Smart Warehouse Management System (SWMS) through IoT
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A Proposition for Smart Warehouse Management System (SWMS) through IoT
Kim, Jun Yeong; Jeon, Byeong-Woo; Hong, Dae Geun; Suh, Suk-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Warehouse Management System (WMS) is a key control for Material Handling System (MHS) and Inventory Control System (ICS). How to design and implement for WMS is crucial factor for achieving the key performance index for Manufacturing Industry. In particular, iron and steel making industry, where the volume and weight is large and hence FIFO (First Input First Out) is not working, how to design WMS is a key factor. In this paper, we systematically define the problem of WMS via developing StR (Stakeholders' Requirements) or ORD (Operational Requirement Documents), SyR (System Requirement), and SA (System Architecture) based on the emerging technologies. In particular, IoT (Internet of Things), CPS (Cyber Physical System) concepts and enabling technologies haves been incorporated in developing Smart WMS. The deliverables of the research can provide a conceptual framework for developing the next generation industrial WMS.
 Keywords
Smart Warehouse Management System;Internet of Things(IoT);Cyber Physical System(CPS);Systems Engineering;
 Language
Korean
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