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Journal : Journal TEPAT: Teknologi Terapan untuk Pengabdian Masyarakat

Pengembangan dan Implementasi Smart Campus Berbasis Smart Card Di Institut Agama Islam Negeri Bone Intan Sari Areni; Elyas Palantei; Ansar Suyuti; Merna Baharuddin; Faisal Arya Samman; Andi Ejah Umraeni; Dewiani -; Wardi -; Adnan -
JURNAL TEPAT : Teknologi Terapan untuk Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Membangun Masyarakat yang Kuat dan Ulet
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering UNHAS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (314.908 KB) | DOI: 10.25042/jurnal_tepat.v2i1.51

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The purpose of this service is to develop and implement Smart Card-based Smart Campus at the State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Bone. This application platform was developed using the standard Indonesian Smart Card Consortium (KSCI) with a smart card and reader chipset from PT Xirka Silicon Technology and PT. INTI. This application serves to receive, process, and visually display data sent by a card reader. Processing this data is very necessary so that the data collected can be used to facilitate the campus in recording student data electronically and use it for various campus interests. In addition, this application allows access to interoperability with applications on other campuses, for example with fellow KSCI member campuses or other campuses in this case the IAIN Bone campus. When this smart card system is running and stable, the system can be developed to enter various other applications such as ticketing, loyalty cards in various communities, and close loop payments. The implementation of community service was divided into 2 stages, namely the socialization stage about smart campus, especially smart cards and the Smart Card-based Smart Card application training phase on the IAIN Bone campus. The implementation of this activity received a positive response from the campus and has implemented two smart card systems in the campus of IAIN Bone.
Sosialisasi Penggunaan ATM Beras Untuk Membantu Penyaluran Zakat Azran Budi Arief; Andani Achmad; Muh. Anshar; Zaenab Muslimin; Merna Baharuddin; Ejah Umraeni Salam; Ansar Suyuti; Ida Rachmaniar S; Elyas Palantei; Syafruddin Syarif; Dewiani Dewiani; Ardiaty Arief; Ikhlas Kitta; Faizal A. Samman; Salama Manjang; Muh. Bachtiar Nappu; Gassing Gassing; Yusran Yusran; Rhiza S. Sadjad; Irwan Setiawan; Fighi S. Permadi
JURNAL TEPAT : Teknologi Terapan untuk Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol 5 No 2 (2022): Mengembangkan Kehiodupan Masyarakat melalui Kesatuan dan Kekuatan
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering UNHAS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25042/jurnal_tepat.v5i2.291

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Zakat distribution is an activity that is often carried out around the community. At the time of distribution, of course, it takes a long time and can cause queues to be less efficient. To overcome all of that, an ID card-based Rice ATM was created to facilitate the distribution of zakat in the form of rice. By using microcontrollers, ultrasonic sensors, DC motors and web applications. This web application aims to record the identity of the community and also regulate the ration of rice distribution for each citizen. This service was carried out in Parang Bugisi Village, Tinggi Muzzle District, Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi Province. The method begins with conducting socialization activities and giving questionnaires. There were 4 questions used in the questionnaire to determine the level of knowledge of participants. Furthermore, the socialization participants can practice directly the use of Rice ATMs. From the results of the questionnaire before the socialization activity, the majority of participants did not know about the Rice ATM and after participating in the socialization activity, the majority of participants began to understand, it was seen that in the results of the questionnaire there was an increase in understanding of the way it works, benefits and users of the Rice ATM by 86%, 76%, 81% and 52%, respectively.