Sylvain Kubler

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New challenges and opportunities arise with the Internet of Things (IoT), making it possible to link any objects of the real world with the virtual one. In recent years, IoT has become increasingly popular in industrial applications (e.g. for the inclusion of data related to the product history). It might therefore be asked what is the impact on real-time(More)
Intelligent products carrying their own information are more and more present nowadays. In recent years, some authors argued the usage of such products for the Supply Chain Management Industry. Indeed, a multitude of informational vectors take place in such environments like fixed databases or manufactured products on which we are able to embed significant(More)
The idea of using intelligent products to ensure an information continuum all along the product life cycle (PLC) is more and more shared today. However, it is not that easy to identify what information should be stored on the product. To answer this question, we propose a data dissemination process to select context-sensitive information from the database,(More)
According to our original vision of the Internet of Things (IoT), it should be possible to create ad hoc and loosely coupled information flows between any kinds of products, devices, computers, users, and information systems in general when and as needed. However, this is still challenging to achieve in practice due to the lack of sufficiently generic and(More)
Nowadays, intelligent products carrying information or having decision-making abilities are becoming widespread. The idea of using intelligent products to ensure an information continuum all along the product life cycle (PLC) is more and more shared today. However, it is not that easy to identify the information that must be linked to the product. As a(More)
Internet of Things (IoT) is intended to provide a network where information flows could easily be set up between any kinds of products, devices, users and information systems in general. This vision is getting closer to become real due to the continuous development of new information system concepts and technologies. Nonetheless, this new reality requires(More)
Intelligent products are the key driver for the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). To facilitate the IoT, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) requires the automatic capture of events related to physical objects at various locations and times. Nonetheless, more advanced and standardized communication interfaces must be designed to facilitate interactions(More)
The amount of data output into our environment is increasing each day, and the development of new technologies constantly redefines how we interact with this information. It is therefore necessary to control the different ways information is diffused. As a result, a data dissemination methodology in the framework of the Supply Chain Management is(More)
The amount of data output in our environment is increasing each day, and the development of new technologies constantly redefines how we interact with information. In the context of PLM (Product Lifecycle Management), it is not uncommon to use intelligent products to ensure an information continuum all along the product life cycle (e.g. for traceability(More)