INVENTORY MANAGEMENT DESIGN FOR A RAPID DISASTER RELIEF, TOWARDS INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) POTENTIAL
All victims in a disaster situation need rapid assistance, yet in some cases this goal not accompanied by an ideal recording system on their logistic inventory management. This study aims to achieve inventory management systems for disaster logistics and their delivery in a fast response time and to create a rapid disaster relief distribution process through the implementation of Internet of Things (IoT). In disaster management agencies, the Business Process Reengineering (BPR) approach and IoT implementation are used. The proposed model resulted in a 44.92 percent increase in the time efficiency of logistical relief distribution, which previously took 64.34 hours to 35.44 hours.
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