Track: Quality Control
Interoperability plays an important role in the digital supply chain, especially in strengthening the integration and the agility of the supply chain and thus improving customer service and sustainable organizational performance. This article aims to conduct an initial literature review on the development of a model for determining interoperability requirements to ensure product collaboration between companies which is a smart connected product (SCP). There were three research questions formulated in this study, i.e, : (1). how to develop interoperability requirements on SCP (case study on Electric Motorcycle Swappable Battery/EMSB); (2). how to control quality to ensures product collaboration according to requirements, and (3). how to develop an economic impact assessment model for the implementation of interoperability requirements for companies. Using limited literature review and adopting the Denyer & Tranfield’s five steps in literatur review, this study explores academic literature to answer research questions that should be further studied. From the results of the study, it was found that the development of interoperability requirements had to be carried out in three domains, i.e. : physical components, smart components and connectivity components using the Framework for Analysis Comparisson and Testing Standard (FACTS). The use of Quality Control /QC tools have played a role in the standard testing phase, so that interoperability requirements could be tested and proven applicability. In developing the economic impact assessment model, the ISO Methodology - Economic Benefit of Standards (EBS) framework could be considered to be used to solve problems.