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PERANCANGAN DAN IMPLEMENTASI TELMETRI SUHU BERBASIS ARDUINO UNO Emil Salim; Kasmir Tanjung
Singuda ENSIKOM Vol 11, No 29 (2015)
Publisher : Singuda ENSIKOM

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Telemetri suhu memberikan kemudahan dalam mengukur suhu jarak jauh dengan pengamatan dari tempat yangaman. Telemetri suhu biasanya diterapkan seperti pengukuran suhu pada ruang-ruang maupun peralatan yang sulituntuk dilakukan pengukuran secara langsung atau mengamati peralatan yang membutuhkan pengawasan terhadapsuhu secara time series (kontinuterhadap waktu).Pada penelitian ini, dirancang suatu perangkat telemetri suhu yangdapat mengukur suhu dengan pengambilan data yang dilakukan secara time series atau kontinu terhadap waktu.Sistem ini menggunakan Arduino Uno sebagai tempat pengolahan data suhu yang diambil dari sensor suhu LM35dan menggunakan radio frekuensi sebagai media pengiriman data ke PC (Personal Computer). Untuk pengirimandata digunakan modul 433 Mhz RF Link Kit pada bagian transmitter dan receiver pada alat yang dirancang.Hasildari pengujian dan unjuk kerja dari alat yang dirancang telah menunjukan alat yang dirancang telah bekerja denganbaik, dengan jarak antara transmitter dan receiver maksimal sejauh 100 meter dalam ruang terbuka dan 70 meterapabila diberi penghalang antara transmitter dan receiver, dan mempunyai %Errorrata-rata sebesar 0,5%.
The Application of Tax Law to a Corporation's Bankruptcy Restricted in Indonesia Rachmat Dwi Putranto; Anggoro Hendrawan; Marjan Miharja; Gunawan Nachrawi; Emil Salim
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 4, No 3 (2021): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute August
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

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While the journey of a legal entity of the Company is limited in Indonesia in terms of carrying out its business in accordance with its purpose, there are occasionally unexpected events such as debts that impede the smooth operation of the company's cash, or even ongoing disputes with creditors that force the company to declare bankruptcy via court orders, even though bankruptcy is not mandatory. Everything comes to an end with the Company. The Limited Liability Company owes the state something, specifically tax. The Directorate General of Taxes of the Republic of Indonesia's Ministry of Finance is responsible for state taxes. If the Company's tax obligations are not met optimally, the company's management, in this case the Directors and Commissioners, is responsible for resolving them. The company owner entrusts the Board of Directors with the responsibility of carrying out the responsibilities imposed by its authority in a limited company and carrying out the task prudently in accordance with the prudential principle. The curator was involved in a party's bankruptcy to manage the assets of parties in bankruptcy and distribute them to creditors in compliance with applicable rules and regulations.
LEGISLASI DAN PERUBAHAN IKLIM Emil Salim
Jurnal Legislasi Indonesia Vol 6, No 1 (2009): Jurnal Legislasi Indonesia - Maret 2009
Publisher : Direktorat Jenderal Peraturan Perundang-undang, Kementerian Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia

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The world is facing a crucial issue of climate change, whichsince 1992 is to be tackled through the UN Framework ofConvention on Climate Change. Its implementation till todayproves to be unsatisfactory. Conventional development hasfailed to cope with climate change issues. The need emerges tofollow a different path of development: sustainable developmentembracing simultaneously economic, social and environmentalsustainability pursued on the low-carbon growth path to reachfor the Millennium Development Goals.Indonesia is also committed to sustainable development inaccordance to the amended Constitution 1945 and its derivativesthat have been promulgated during the last decade. Thelegislation of laws and regulations in Indonesia suffers howeverserious institutional failures that has to be dealt with in thenear future. A more appropriate institution for legislation iscalled for to improve the effectiveness of Indonesian law makingin meeting the future challenges of the nation and the globe aswell.
Budidaya Ikan Lele untuk Menunjang Kelancaran Biaya Operasional TPQ dan RTQ Raudhatul Adzkia Jorong Dalam Koto Kabupaten Agam Refilda Refilda; Rahmiana Zein; Yefrida Yefrida; Zilfa Zilfa; Upita Septiani; Syukri Syukri; Diana Vanda Wellia; Syafrizayanti Syafrizayanti; Matlal Fajri Alif; Elida Mardiah; Refinel Refinel; Admi Admi; Emil Salim; Fitratul Ilahi; Dwi Syukur Phameswari
Jurnal Pengabdian Warta Andalas Vol 28 No 3 (2021): Published in September 2021
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Andalas

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The Qur'an Education Park (TPQ) and Tahzhul Qur'an House (RTQ) of the Raudhatul Adzkia Jorong Dalam Koto Nagari Koto Tangah, Tilatang Kamang, and District of Agam have been launched since 2015. The students who study here are free of charge. The operational costs of education and the honorarium for educators come from donations from their community and some nomads. However, this contribution is not sufficient for operational costs. The Department of Chemistry's community service team, Andalas University, collaborated with partners to start a business to solve this problem. The business was carried out using vacant land owned by partners for catfish cultivation. Surveys, program socialization and assisting activities were carried out online using virtual media, while Partners carried out the implementation in the field. Activities carried out were pond preparation, the release of catfish seeds, feeding, sorting, maintenance, harvesting, and marketing cultivated catfish. Based on the evaluation, 5000 seedlings from the released catfish developed well. About 99% of catfish typically growth to a large and even size, while the other 1% growth relatively slowly. Harvested catfish were sold for IDR 18,000/kg for wet fish and IDR 100,000/kg for dried fish. This business has been carried out sustainably by partners, and the profits have been used to support the operational costs of TPQ and RTQ Raudhatul Adzkia.
Peningkatan kadar troponin I sebagai prognostik mortalitas pada anak dengan syok septik Emil Salim; Munar Lubis; Yunnie Trisnawati; Gema N. Yanni; Rina A.C. Saragih; Aridamuriany D. Lubis
Majalah Kedokteran Nusantara The Journal Of Medical School Vol 47, No 2 (2014): The Journal of Medical School
Publisher : Fakultas Kedokteran USU

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Septic shock remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality in children admitted to pediatric intensive care unit. The incidence of septic shock increased in 30-40 years, with estimate 7% of total deaths in children due to severe sepsis and septic shock. The cardiovascular system is one of the most commonly affected organ in a state of severe sepsis and septic shock. Troponin I is a good marker for assessing the extent of heart muscle damage and elevated levels of troponin I in sepsis patients reflects the severity of the disease, myocardial dysfunction, and poor prognosis. Septic shock patients with impaired cardiac function have an increased risk of mortality 70% to 90% when compared to patients with or without cardiac dysfunction.Keywords : septic shock; troponin I; mortality
Implementation of Emergency Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) in Accordance With Human Rights and Pancasila Principles Marjan Miharja; Emil Salim; Gunawan Nachrawi; Rachmat Dwi Putranto; Anggoro Hendrawan
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 4, No 3 (2021): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute August
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

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Since the beginning of 2021, the Indonesian government's policy has been to enforce public activity restrictions (abbreviated as PPKM) in order to deal with Covid-19 pandemics in Indonesia. Public activity restrictions (PPKM) are in place in various places that are hotspots for Covid-19 infection, most notably on the Indonesian island of Java and Bali. The government took this effort to slow the spread of Corona Virus, or Covid-19. Prior to the implementation of this public activity restriction (PPKM) program, the government imposed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) or lockdown zones in a number of places throughout Indonesia. The government was fully supported in implementing these public activity restrictions (PPKM) by the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI), Police, and municipal police units (Satpol PP) as part of the Covid-19 Task Force. How effective these public activity restrictions (PPKM) are remains an open question for all stakeholders. However, the reality is that there are still numerous singers between the community and the Task Force on public activity restrictions (PPKM), resulting in damage to the community and a negative influence on society. Numerous human rights breaches and actions that contradict the nation's ideology, specifically Pancasila, result in a fall in community faith in the government.
LITERASI DIGITAL: MEMBANGUN NAGARI DIGITAL MELALUI PORTAL PEMERINTAHAN NAGARI Robianto, Riska; Hendri, Halifia; Salim, Emil
JMM (Jurnal Masyarakat Mandiri) Vol 6, No 2 (2022): April
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Mataram

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Abstrak: Masalah yang terjadi di lokasi PKM ini yaitu tidak adanya media untuk penyebarluasan informasi kepada masyarakat secara digital (online) atau daring dan tidak adanya satupun pelayanan kepada masyarakat yang dapat dilakukan secara online. Tujuan dilakukannya kegiatan PKM ini adalah agar perangkat pemerintahan (desa) dan masyarakat dapat dengan mudah melakukan penyebarluasan informasi dan pelayanan secara online melalui portal atau website pemerintahan. Dalam PKM ini metode pelatihan dan pendampingan teknis digunakan untuk mempermudah kegiatan. Mitra dalam pelaksanaan PKM ini adalah perangkat pemerintahan nagari sejumlah 30 orang. Berdasarkan hasil evaluasi menggunakan quisioner atau angket mendapatkan hasil tingkat kepuasan peserta yang sebesar 80%, tingkat manfaat keberadaan website yaitu sebesar 85% dan untuk tingkat penguasaan penggunaan website sebesar 78%.Abstract: The problem that occurs at this PKM location is that there is no media for disseminating information to the public digitally (online) or online and there is no single service to the community that can be done online. The purpose of this PKM activity is so that government apparatus (village) and the community can easily disseminate information and services online through government portals or websites. In this PKM method of training and technical assistance is used to facilitate activities. Partners in the implementation of this PKM are the village government apparatus with a total of 30 people. Based on the results of the evaluation using a questionnaire or questionnaire, the results of the participant satisfaction level are 80%, the level of benefit of the existence of the website is 85% and the level of mastery of using the website is 78%.
A word of welcome Emil Salim
KUKILA Vol. 2 No. 1 (1985)
Publisher : Indonesian Ornithologists’ Union

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A REVIEW: FARMERS' LOCAL WISDOM ON NATURAL RESOURCES Zuhud Rozaki; Oki Wijaya; Khamsing Keothoumma; Emil Salim
Andalasian International Journal of Agriculture and Natural Sciences (AIJANS) Vol. 1 No. 01 (2020): Andalasian International Journal of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Publisher : Institute of Research And Community Service, Andalas University / LPPM Universitas Andalas

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Natural resources are essential parts of human life, even the technologies continue to grow, natural resources still become a strategic sector for many countries. Many countries that don’t have many natural resources are trying to collaborate with rich countries. How people manage natural resources is very important to get maximum benefits. Local wisdom seems to have a role in managing natural resources with wise ways, get full benefits without destroying it. Natural resources, especially in terms of soil, water, plant and animal diversity, vegetation cover, climate, and ecosystem services, are fundamental for agricultural systems' structure and function. Therefore how farmers are managing their farming can be seen as farmers are managing natural resources. Farmers’ local wisdom on natural resources can be seen in the shape of how farmers managing their farming activities with various ways that they learned or got from generation to generation. Understanding farmers’ local wisdom on natural resources can help stakeholders make a suitable program for farmers' lives and natural resources development.