Design and development of automobile assembly model using federated artificial intelligence with smart contract

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With smart sensors and embedded drivers, today’s automotive industry has taken a giant leap in emerging technologies like Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, and the Internet of things and started to build data-driven decision-making strategies to compete in global smart manufacturing. This paper proposes a novel design framework that uses Federated learning-Artificial intelligence (FAI) for decision-making and Smart Contract (SC) policies for process execution and control in a completely automated smart automobile manufacturing industry. The proposed design introduces a novel element called Trust Threshold Limit (TTL) that helps moderate the excess usage of embedded equipment, tools, energy, and cost functions, limiting wastages in the manufacturing processes.

This research highlights the use cases of AI in decentralised Blockchain with smart contracts, the company’s trading policies, and its advantages for effectively handling market risk assessments during socio-economic crisis. The developed model supported by real-time cases incorporated cost functions, delivery time and energy evaluations. Results spotlight the use of FAI in decision accuracy for the developed smart contract-based Automobile Assembly Model (AAM), thereby qualitatively limiting the threshold level of cost, energy and other control functions in procurement assembly and manufacturing. Customisation and graphical user interface with cloud integration are some challenges of this model.

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    VG Venkatesh V.G. Venkatesh is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Logistics area and has joined EM Normandie in 2019. He has a PhD in global sourcing and sustainability from the University of Waikato, New Zealand. His research interests are supplier networks, procurement, logistics infrastructure and sustainability. He has a consistent publication record with reputable journals and industry publications. He had won a prestigious Waikato university international fellowship, visiting fellowships of LaSabana University, Colombia, and Montpellier Business School, France. He is a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) with the APICS-USA and having around 20 years of experience across different geographies. A qualified trainer and LIFETIME Chartered member of Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), and member of reputable associations such as Council for Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) and International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME). He is also a Senior Associate with NextPort (LATAM), an advisory group in Latin America. His name appears in the recent select list of global-level influential scholars on social media around responsible business area, proposed by the University of Bath, UK (#ThinkAmplifyList)”

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