Supply Chain Digitalization

Supply Chain Digitalization

The digitalization of information and the application of advanced innovative technologies present the opportunity to drive business value throughout the supply chain; companies need to shift from linear, sequential supply chains to an interconnected, open system of supply operations. Companies will have to break down its organizational silos to digital interconnected networks.

The Supply Chain Digitalization Research Group is focused on how digital technologies enable the supply chain to attain situational awareness and context-sensitive decision making, becoming customer-driven, agile and responsive.

This research area will investigate the new business models that companies will need to adopt to efficiently address shifts in both supply and demand. It explores how supply chains transformation stands in the context of the technologies that will help to better design, plan, and manage the flow of goods and orchestrate the participants in the ecosystems.

Main Researchers

Dr. Luca Urciuoli

Adjunct Professor

Dr. Beatriz Royo

Associate Professor

Main Achievements

INDIMO project: Inclusive digital mobility solutions (2020 – 2022).


AI-CUBE project: Artificial Intelligence and Big Data CSA for Process Industry Users, Business Development and Exploitation (2020 – 2022).


LEAD project: Low-Emission Adaptive last mile logistics supporting ‘on Demand economy’ through digital twins (2020 – 2023).

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