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  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Zweiffel, M. (Maciej);
    Publisher: Institute of Academic Research and Publication
    Country: Indonesia

    “Digital-first” seems to be a crucial idea of our time. From the practical, economic, and even ecological point of view printed books are not the best solution. But still, this practice exists. This survey aims to answer, why in the digital environment occurs the textual niche. Is it a kind of relic or something which is deeply connected with human reading comprehension and the quality of text experience? To solve this problem will be used case study and cognitive methods. The crucial question for the presented paper is whether printed (codex) books and their reading means a form of distributing texts which will be progressively declining under pressure in the digital revolution (Q1). To answer this question, it is necessary to describe the current situation of traditional printing and also raise the question of printed documents especially printed and codex books have any features which cannot be replaced by online publishing (Q2). In the second question, one should take into account the cultural and subjective context of reading or possessing printed books.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Warsuta, B. (Bambang); Muharram, A. T. (Asep); Yusdisti, I. (Iga); Jasmine, S. A. (Syahda);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Terpadu Nurul Fikri
    Country: Indonesia

    Politeknik Negeri Jakarta (PNJ) is anticipated to be an Asia-Class Polytechnic. The strategic issue of PNJ development to be transformed into an Asia-Class Polytechnic is the implementation of “Digital Transformation” for learning and servicing. One of the forms of this digital transformation is e-learning. The success of e-learning is influenced by how much the institution has prepared to utilize information technology in the learning process. This research uses an action research design with a questionnaire instrument based on an established model. Aydin and Tasci Model, adapted for an educational institution, is utilized for the preparedness evaluation. The measurement scale used in the model is a Likert scale (1-5). Aydin and Tasci divided the scale into four assessment intervals, which is not ready, needs much work (index 1-2,59); not ready, needs some work (index 2,6-3,39); ready, but needs a few improvements (index 3,4-4,19); ready go ahead (index 4,2-5). The result with a score of 4,16 indicates that PNJ is ready to implement e-learning with slight improvement, which is related to self-development and innovation.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Riswal, M. (Muhammad); Mallapiang, F. (Fatma); Multazam, A. M. (Andi);
    Publisher: Universitas Muslim Indonesia
    Country: Indonesia

    Background: Data from the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia (2016) showed that the highest prevalence of musculoskeletal disease in Indonesia by occupation is farmers. One of the areas where the majority of the population works as farmers is the To Bentong Tribe in Bulo-bulo Village, Barru Regency, South Sulawesi. To Bentong tribal farmers still farm and cultivate crops in the traditional way. Aim: In general, this study aims to determine how the behavior of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) of To Bentong Tribe farmers in Bulo-Bulo Village, Barru Regency. In particular, this study aims to determine the use of PPE when farming, work postures and Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) complaints experienced by farmers, as well as the pattern of seeking treatment by To Bentong Tribe farmers in Bulo-Bulo Village, Barru Regency. Method: This research design used a qualitative approach, where the method applied was the ethnographic method, while the data collection techniques used were observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Sources of information from this study consisted of main informants (6 persons as Bentong Tribe farmers) and key informant was Bentong Tribe Head, Bulo-Bulo Village Head, Bulo-Bulo Hamlet Head, and Bulo-Bulo Health Center Head). Result: Based on the results of research obtained through direct observation and in-depth interviews with all informants, it was found that the To Bentong Tribe farmers still lacked knowledge and understanding of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH). At the time of observation, the farmers preferred not to wear footwear. The farmers believe that the rituals performed can provide safety during work even if they do not use PPE (Personal Protection Equipment). In this study it was also found that the complaints most often felt by farmers related to work posture and feeling pain in the joints, hips, and back of the neck, as well as injuries caused by being hit by sharp objects such as iron from tractors, tools for cutting rice, and wood accidentally found in the rice fields. While the results of research related to the pattern of seeking treatment for the To Bentong Tribe farmers, farmers prefer traditional medicine to having to go to health services. This is because, traditional medicine is easier to obtain and can be processed quickly, the distance to health services is quite far, and the terrain that must be traveled can only be traversed by two-wheeled vehicles. Conclusion: Socialization to farmers is very important to increase knowledge about behavior and the application of occupational safety and health (OSH) in the agricultural sector.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Atharinafi, Z. (Zahrul); Wijaya, N. (Nurrohman);
    Publisher: National Development Planning Agency, Republic of Indonesia
    Country: Indonesia

    Urbanization patterns in developing Asian countries may or may not follow commonly known urbanization patterns and models set forth by lessons from the developed world. A unique phenomenon described as desakota is well known as a unique artifact of Asian urbanization, in which new urban areas arise semi-independently from otherwise rural regions in proximity to the edges of continuous urbanized areas.. We intend to identify the interaction between the urban fringe and surrounding rural areas while taking unique socioeconomic and morphological characteristics of the Desakota into account. We utilize a combination of K - Means Clustering, factor analysis and spatiotemporal analysis to identify patterns of urbanization in Metropolitan Cirebon Raya, an industrializing metropolitan statistical region where agriculture is still a douse, around Cirebon City, using statistical socioeconomic and demographic data from Badan Pusat Statistik in addition to land use data obtained from Landsat. Between 2010 – 2020, we identified substantial desakota type growth, in which new urbanized land development occurred organically from a formerly rural area, weakly linked to the supposed ‘center' of the specified metropolitan region (Metropolitan Cirebon Raya). Based on the results obtained, we were able to corroborate desakota theory through quantitative methods, by taking socioeconomic and demographic data into account as a supplement to land use data. For delineation of metropolitan regions in Southeast Asia in which desakota patterns of development are presumed, we recommend utilizing the methodology we have developed, integrating both socioeconomic and demographic data to better identify desakota regions in peri-urban regions.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Palaha, F. (Fadhli); Ermawati, E. (Ermawati); Machdalena, M. (Machdalena); Arya, E. H. (Engla);
    Publisher: Universitas
    Country: Indonesia

    Android atau Smartphone adalah handphone pintar yang fungsinya tidak hanya sebagai alat komunikasi tetapi juga bisa sebagai media pencari informasi melalui internet. Hampir disetiap rumah sudah memakai jaringan Wifi sebagai pengakses internet. dengan bantuan jaringan Wifi ini dimanfaatkan sebagai kelistrikan seperti di rumah yang bisa dikontrol dari dimonitoring kelistrikannya pada saat berada diluar rumah kontrol dan monitoring juga. Dengan melihat cara mengontrol dan memonitoring daya lisrik pada rumah saat sekarang ini tidak efesien dan efektif. penelitian ini dilakukan rekayasa traffic paket data menggunakan modul wifi ESP8266 pada jaringan perangkat IoT untuk mengetahui berapa cepat waktu capture paket datanya mengunakan wifi untuk control dan monitoring daya listrik rumah berdasarkan TIPHON. Dengan hasil dari penelitian dalam penggunaan jaringan jaringan 4G LTE waktu eksekusi yang lebih cepat di bandingkan 3G serta pengukuran parameter QoS dalam jaringan saat melakukan pengiriman data pada HMI dan hardware yaitu rata rata besar paket yang dikirim hanya sekitar 560 bit (Uplink) dan 430 bit (Downlink). Throughput yang terbaca juga sangat kecil dengan rata rata 2.9 kbps (Uplink) dan 2.2 kbps (Downlink). Dan ini bisa dikatakan itu tidak terjadi packet loss saat pengirim data.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Vitriana, N. (Novita); Putra, D. R. (Dede);
    Publisher: Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum Sumpah Pemuda
    Country: Indonesia

    Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui penerapan hak cipta pada kegiatan digitalisasi koleksi perpustakaan. Hasil penelitian ini mengungkapkan bahwa dalam membangun dan mengembangkan koleksi digitalnyaada beberapa upaya yang dilakukan oleh perpustakaan untuk meminimalisir pelanggaran hak cipta, seperti hanya mendigitalkan koleksi yang belum memiliki hak cipta; meminta ijin tertulis dari pennulis, penerbit atau pemegang hak cipta suatu karya untuk memungkinkan perpustakaan mendigitalkan karyanya; untuk jenis koleksi tertentu seperti laporan penelitian, makalah dan/atau publikasi akademik lainnya, perpustakaan dapat mengajukan surat persetujuan kepada penulis; hanya memperoleh koleksi digital berlabel “konten terbuka” di internet; dan menetapkan standar file koleksi digital untuk membatasi kemungkinan pengguna perpustakaan mencoba mengubah isi koleksi digital tersebut. Selain itu, perpustakaan harus melakukan upaya untuk mengatasi permasalahan pelanggaran hak cipta dengan melakukan kegiatan sosialisasi tentang pentingnya melindungi hak cipta dan akibat hukum dari pelanggaranhak cipta bagi pengelola perpustakaan, pimpinan sekolah dan universitas serta pengguna perpustakaan. Kata Kunci : Hak Cipta, Digitalisasi, Koleksi Perpustakaan

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Hasibuan, A. (Arnawan); Kartika, K. (Kartika); Qodri, A. (Ahmada); Isa, M. (Muzair);
    Publisher: Indonesian Scientific Journal
    Country: Indonesia

    This study discusses about temperature monitoring system in the goat pen via smartphone. In addition to monitoring, temperature control is also needed to maintain temperature conditions in the goat pen. This system is useful so that goat cultivation produces well by getting a healthy temperature during its growing period. Manual monitoring is time-consuming, so a more practical monitoring application is required. This monitoring application is built using Internet of Things (IoT) technology so that it can be monitored remotely. The temperature data is taken from the DHT22 temperature sensor which is collected on a microcontroller which is then sent to the internet wirelessly. To control the temperature in the goat pen using an SSR relay. Based on the results of this study, the application of temperature monitoring in the goat pen via smartphone with the Internet of Things (IoT) is able to read the temperature value in the goat pen and can adjust the SSR to turn on and turn off the heating element remotely using a smartphone.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Gatdet, C. (Chayot);
    Publisher: Sriwijaya University
    Country: Indonesia

    The malnutrition is widespread challenge in the Itang special district of Gambella. The children, elder, pregnant women, disabilities and other disadvantageous members of the households were extremely malnourished in the district. The main aim of this study was to examine the determinants of pastoralists' nutrition security in Itang special district. The study was carried out in Itang Special District among the pastoral households. It had collected the primary data through households' interview schedule, key informants interview and body mass index and; the secondary data were collected by document analysis. Then, the descriptive statistics mainly frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, chi-square, t-test and binary logit model were used to analyze the data by using SPSS version 20. The field result revealed that about 65% and 35% of the rural households were nutrition secured and unsecured respectively in the district. Similarly, the binary logit model result indicated that the livestock size, dietary diversity status, educational status and income were statistically significant at 1% while; the market access and awareness were statistical significant at 5%.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Laby, R. J. (Robby); Joewono, A. (Andrew); Angka, P. R. (Peter);
    Publisher: Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya
    Country: Indonesia

    Public street lighting (PJU) is important as a public facility, which must be considered so that the system remains well maintained and optimal. Sometimes the condition of the lamp is not known the state of the system, because it is located in a location that is not directly accessible. Solution to overcome these problems using the Internet of Things (IOT), to monitor the condition of PJU equipment that is integrated with the internet network.This tool uses a 12 VDC battery, as the main energy source to operate the entire system. Solar panels will be input for energy for the charging process on the battery and also the lighting process by the PJU lights. This tool uses a microcontroller Wemos D1 Mini to control the system and connecting to the web server. ACS 712 current sensor and voltage sensor as parameters for monitoring the state of the PJU system, during the process of charging and supplying to the PJU lights.To ensure the system functions, measurements and tests are carried out, which include: Measurement of voltage and current from the solar panel for the process of charging to the battery as well as measurement of voltage and current from the battery when charging and discharging; Measurement of voltage and current of LED lights as lighting; Measurement of PIR sensor response time to distance and range distance; and Testing system monitoring on Android applications, as a whole system test.This tool is able to work automatically in the charging process and also the lighting process which is triggered based on the solar panel output voltage by the BCR, and the system can adjust the intensity of the lighting with PIR sensor parameters. The monitoring system can function in real time on an android smartphone.

  • Open Access Indonesian
    Authors: 
    Dharmaadi, I. P. (I); Arsa, D. M. (Dewa); Sasmita, G. M. (Gusti);
    Publisher: Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Informatics
    Country: Indonesia

    The majority of the population uses clean water sourced from the PDAM (Indonesian Regional Water Supply Company) pipeline to meet their daily needs. However, clean water utilization is sometimes not smooth because the upstream's water supply is stalled or the PDAM pipeline disrupted. This disruption that often occurs slowly causes routine community activities, such as bathing or cooking, become stop because clean water is a basic need. Thus, a system is needed to provide early warning when the PDAM water supply starts to have problems so that the community can make initial anticipation. This study designed a prototype of an early warning system using an Arduino-based water flow sensor that records water flow discharge data on the PDAM pipeline and sent to the Firebase Realtime Database to be monitored in real-time through an Android application. The system testing is done by black-box testing, i.e. we check all functions of this system, mainly on sending a warning notification when the water flow debt is at a low rate. In the end, by using this system, the user can prepare themselves early, such as collecting residual water debit in the tub and save water when there is a disruption in PDAM water.

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