scholarly journals Retraction notice to “Internet of Things (IoT) and its impact on supply chain: A framework for building smart, secure and efficient systems” [Future Gener. Comput. Syst. 86 (2018) 614–628]

2022 ◽  
Vol 128 ◽  
pp. 568
Mohamed Abdel-Basset ◽  
Gunasekaran Manogaran ◽  
Mai Mohamed
2020 ◽  
Vol 2020 ◽  
pp. 1-12
Jinhua Fu ◽  
Sihai Qiao ◽  
Yongzhong Huang ◽  
Xueming Si ◽  
Bin Li ◽  

Blockchain is widely used in encrypted currency, Internet of Things (IoT), supply chain finance, data sharing, and other fields. However, there are security problems in blockchains to varying degrees. As an important component of blockchain, hash function has relatively low computational efficiency. Therefore, this paper proposes a new scheme to optimize the blockchain hashing algorithm based on PRCA (Proactive Reconfigurable Computing Architecture). In order to improve the calculation performance of hashing function, the paper realizes the pipeline hashing algorithm and optimizes the efficiency of communication facilities and network data transmission by combining blockchains with mimic computers. Meanwhile, to ensure the security of data information, this paper chooses lightweight hashing algorithm to do multiple hashing and transforms the hash algorithm structure as well. The experimental results show that the scheme given in the paper not only improves the security of blockchains but also improves the efficiency of data processing.

Nuno Santos ◽  
Paula Monteiro ◽  
Francisco Morais ◽  
Jaime Pereira ◽  
Daniel Dias ◽  

Abstract Developing Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems requires addressing challenges that range from acquiring data at the level of the shopfloor, integrated at the edge level and managing it at the cloud level. Managing manufacturing operations at the cloud level arose the opportunity for extending decisions to entities of the supply chain in a collaborative way. Not only it has arisen many challenges due to several interoperability needs; but also in properly defining an effective way to take advantage of the available data, leading to Industrial Digital Thread (IDT) and Asset Efficiency (AE) implementing. This paper discusses implementation concerns for a collaborative manufacturing environment in an IIoT system in order to monitor equipment’s AE. Each concern was addressed in a separate proof of concept testbed. The demonstration is based in a project for the IIoT domain called PRODUTECH-SIF (Solutions for the Industry of the Future).

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