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Conception d’un modèle de simulation pour l’évaluation de la pertinence de l’Internet Physique pour les chaînes d’approvisionnement humanitaires

Abstract : In the aftermath of a disaster, supplying relief items to affected people is a real challenge for humanitarian organizations. Showing a lack of effectiveness in the response, their practices are put into question. The Physical Internet approach, aiming at reorganizing logistics in a way for improved resource management and better coordination of actors while meeting the stakeholders and environment growing expectations, seems relevant for the humanitarian sector reinvention. However, this assumption needs to be proved through a rigorous scientific process. In this perspective, the paper offers to frame the design of an experiment based on a flow simulation model to evaluate the relevance of the Physical Internet concepts application in a humanitarian context. The steps defined, inspired by the system engineering field, ensure that the simulation meets the objective while ensuring the experiment reliability.
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Manon Grest, Matthieu Lauras, Benoit Montreuil. Conception d’un modèle de simulation pour l’évaluation de la pertinence de l’Internet Physique pour les chaînes d’approvisionnement humanitaires. CIGI-Qualita21 : 14ème Conférence Internationale Génie Industriel QUALITA, May 2021, Grenoble (à distance), France. pp.211-218. ⟨hal-03331780⟩

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