Systems and Methods for Supply Chain Data Processing and Flow Prediction
Patent no.: Patent Pending
Inventor(s): Benjamin Ruddell, Richard Rushforth
Description: The Food, Energy, and Water (FEW) nexus is a dynamic, coupled natural-human system manifesting at the mesoscale, in which interregional trade, river basins and aquifers, irrigation districts, crop belts, states, tribes, and cities, power grids, climate gradients, and seasonal timescales interact. This technology provides systems and methods for supply chain data processing and flow prediction of commodities and their dependencies.
Potential applications: Supply chain and infrastructure applications.
Benefits and advantages: Specifically, this next generation software system overcomes data latency and geographic resolution challenges using a streaming data pipeline and data assimilation framework that increases the relevancy of FEWSION data for all kinds of near-real time and operational prediction and decision applications.
Case no.: 2022-001
Licensing status: Available for licensing