EU/European

Internet of Things – Strategic Research Roadmap

Authors: 
European Commission, Information Society and Media
Year: 
2009

Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) Research Roadmap

Authors: 
European Commission, Information Society and Media
Year: 
2010

2016: The Future Value Chain

Authors: 
Global Commerce Initiative, Capgemini, Intel
Year: 
2006

Business Process Modelling in Demand‐Driven Agri‐Food Supply Chains

Authors: 
Cor N. Verdouw Adrie J.M. Beulens Jacques H. Trienekens Sjaak Wolfert
Country of origin: 
The Netherlands
Year: 
2010
Source: 
Proceedings of the 4th International European Forum on System Dynamics and Innovation in Food Networks, 8 - 12 February, 2010, Innsbruck

Process modelling in demand-driven supply chains: A reference model for the fruit industry

Authors: 
Verdouw, C. N. Beulens, A. J. M. Trienekens, J. H. Wolfert, J.
Country of origin: 
The Netherlands
Year: 
2010
Source: 
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture
Keywords: 

Business process modelling
Supply chain management
Reference models
Fruit industry

Integration of land registry data and EU subsides applications: domestic regulations (Italy) (Integration of land registry data and real estate advertising as guarantee for buyers)

Authors: 
L. Russo
Country of origin: 
IT
Year: 
2008
Source: 
XXXVIII Incontro di Studio del Ce.S.E.T (proceedings)
Keywords: 

egal aspects are relevant for the integration of such DBs, rules are complex and mandatory, land registry updating is the crucial point

Analysis of information resources dedicated to ICT on the Green Web in France and Italy

Authors: 
Waksman G., Zanasi C.
Country of origin: 
IT
Country of origin: 
FR
Year: 
2003
Source: 
EFITA 2003 proceedings
Keywords: 

The promotion of agricultural Internet services and other IT solutions remains insufficient, particularly in Italy, maybe because the economic dimension of agri-food sector enterprises is too small, Users do not wish to pay to use the service; There is no simple way to let users pay for the service, except when portals or newsletters are tools for their promoters to advertise e.g. their own ICT products and services, but advertisements by third parties prove to be a limited resource, Portal management is very demanding in terms of organisation, manpower and financial

Towards a cross-cultural typology of trust in B2B food trade

Authors: 
M.Fritz
Country of origin: 
DE
Year: 
2010
Source: 
grey literature
Keywords: 

Role of trust, Extensive literature list on the topic

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