|2nd author||Jinwoo Park|
|start / end date||2015-08-02 ~ 2015-08-06|
|city / nation||마닐라/필리핀|
|keywords||Business Process Modeling; Internet of Things; Performance measurement|
|abstract||The concept of Internet of Things (IoT) is important in collecting the shop floor data and transmitting it into the Information System in real time. The rapid proliferation of IoT in recent days has given rise to demands for clear definition among metrics as important sources of the performance measurement. This requirement comes from the various usage of IoT data: One raw IoT data is able to produce many metrics. In order to understand it, we need to consider the usage points of IoT data at different management levels. And by composing company management levels: Strategic level, Tactical level and Operational levels, we are able to analysis usage of IoT data among management levels.
The purpose of this study is to present the work flow of the performance measurement process with regard to monitoring the IoT outcomes. Also, we try to explore the core issues with Business Process Modelling and simulation. As a result of study, we expect that how IoT data is processed and which level needs an IoT data as a performance metrics.
We use BPM as a description of activities that constitute a performance measurement. Those are described in a graphical way using some components: Agent, Resources, Process, flow logic, and etc.The identification and discussion of result of BPM reflects how IoT data is handled and make a clear distinction of metrics usage among management levels.
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