An embedded networked architecture to monitor the wine supply chain (eWINE)

Scheda Progetto di ricerca

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Data inizio
1 giugno 2006

Durata (mesi) 
12

Dipartimenti
Biotecnologie, Informatica

Responsabili (o referenti locali)
Dellaglio Franco

Parole chiave
Wine supply chain, Wireless sensor network, RFID-EPC, Embedded systems, Molecular methods

Descrizione

The project is organized in four main activities (work packages) which are related to the following topics:
  1. WP1. Identification of the application scenario in the wine production field (identification of supply chain steps) where to apply the architecture. This WP is focused on the identification of the wine production supply chain to produce the specification for the development of the eEPC architecture.
  2. WP2. Identification of the critical points to be controlled and development of innovative technologies for their analysis Control points of the wine production supply chain are not completely identified nor defined. An important research activity is necessary to list these points and to develop innovative technologies for their measure.
  3. WP3. Study of an open-platform for networked embedded applications to apply RFID and WSN technologies to get information tracing. The open platform for the eEPC implementation must be thus identified and specified by taking under consideration its portability among a variety of portable embedded systems (e.g., PC, Tabled-PC, Palm, touch-screen, mobile terminal, etc).
  4. WP4. The design and the development of an embedded prototype for the information tracing based on open-source technologies. Previously identified solutions are here implemented into an open-source middleware used to monitor the entire wine production supply chain.

Enti finanziatori:

Agrifutur s.r.l.
Finanziamento: assegnato e gestito dal dipartimento
Programma: COFATENEO - Cofinanziamento Ateneo progetti di ricerca di Interesse nazionale
Ateneo
Finanziamento: assegnato e gestito dal dipartimento
Programma: COFATENEO - Cofinanziamento Ateneo progetti di ricerca di Interesse nazionale

Partecipanti al progetto

Anna Castioni
Franco Dellaglio
Franco Fummi
Professore ordinario
Giovanni Perbellini
Assegnista
Davide Quaglia
Ricercatore
Sandra Torriani
Professore ordinario
Walter Vendraminetto
Assegnista
Aree di ricerca coinvolte dal progetto
Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology - Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology
ornamento
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