Novel Model for Quality Control in Agriculture Supply with Intelligent Technologies

Muhammad Azhar Hussain, Muhammad Abid Khan, Kamran Ahsan, Sarwat Iqbal


Supply chain is a fast-developing, consumer-oriented process and converting field. A lot of research is being achieved in diverse location of the supply chain, and effects are supplied on diverse platforms. Recent investigations carried out all over the world have disclosed that the supply of good quality seeds, fertilizers, and agrochemicals decreases production up to 20%. The loopholes in the current supply chain are to prevent the delivery of original agriculture products to farmers. The automation of the latest AI-based technologies, for example, E-sealed, IoT, and Blockchain in the whole supply chain are underlined. This paper proposed a Smart E-seal-based agriculture supply chain model that accommodates the latest technology issues and business requirements. In this model, tamper-proof, RFID-tagged, and electronically sealed bags are proposed for the delivery of agricultural products to the farmers. For endorsement of this model descriptive survey was conducted to inspect the reliability and internal consistency of farmers’ satisfaction and service quality of receiving sealed bags of seeds. The result of the reliability measure was good α=0.807 in this study and it was concluded that all items in the survey were internally consistent and reliable.

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