The transport sector has certainly witnessed the latest developments in information and communication technologies (ICT). In this context the objective of the CPILOS project is to develop a technological platform, based on IT infrastructures and services, that can support critical processes, like secure tracking and tracing of goods, using video surveillance facilities with radio-frequency identification (RFID) support. More specifically, the project involves the study and implementation of an integrated platform for quality control of goods, particularly perishable food coming from China and intended to be distributed in the Italian and European consumer markets (usually not controlled at the source).

Stock Control through Video Surveillance in Logistics

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2013

Abstract

The transport sector has certainly witnessed the latest developments in information and communication technologies (ICT). In this context the objective of the CPILOS project is to develop a technological platform, based on IT infrastructures and services, that can support critical processes, like secure tracking and tracing of goods, using video surveillance facilities with radio-frequency identification (RFID) support. More specifically, the project involves the study and implementation of an integrated platform for quality control of goods, particularly perishable food coming from China and intended to be distributed in the Italian and European consumer markets (usually not controlled at the source).
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