DESIGN TRACEABILITY FOR INDONESIA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY CHAIN BASED ON BLOCKCHAIN (CASE STUDY IN CHILLI COMMODITIES)
- Research Scholar Muhammadiyah University of Jakarta, Industrial Engineering Departement, Jakarta, Indonesia.
- ProfesorDepartment of Agro-Industrial Technology, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia.
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Indonesians are the worlds largest chilli enthusiasts, mostly consuming fresh chilli. Because of chilli products generally perishable characteristics, its price has become unstable.The growing number of agricultural safety and risk issues has revealed a substantial need for an effective traceability solution, which serves as an essential agricultural supply chain method to ensure adequate product safety. Blockchain is the technology that disrupts goods in supply chains of agriculture and offers a revolutionary solution for their traceability. Today, farm supply chains are a dynamic ecosystem with multiple stakeholders, making it difficult to verify a range of main parameters, including the country of origin, stage in crop production, quality compliance, and yield monitoring. This paper suggests using the Ethereum blockchain and intelligent contracts to monitor and traceability operations across the agricultural supply chain effectively. Our proposed solutions remove the need for trustworthy centralized subjects, intermediaries, transaction records, performance, and security enhancements that are highly integral, accurate, and stable. The approach suggested focuses on using intelligent agreements to monitor and manage all communications and transactions between all actors in the supply chains ecosystem. All transactions are registered in the immutable blockchain lead with connections to a decentralized system (IPFS), ensuring the ecosystem is safe, confident, reliable and booming for everyones high degree of transparency and traceability.
[Umi Marfuah, Yandra Arkeman, Machfud and Indah Yuliasih (2021); DESIGN TRACEABILITY FOR INDONESIA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY CHAIN BASED ON BLOCKCHAIN (CASE STUDY IN CHILLI COMMODITIES) Int. J. of Adv. Res. 9 (Sep). 505-515] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/13440
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/13440
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