Immawan Wicaksono
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Water Pipeline Monitoring System Using Flow Sensor Based on the Internet of Things Dedy Wahyu Herdiyanto; Triwahju Hardianto; Dimas Ardiansyah; Immawan Wicaksono; Widya Cahyadi; Catur Suko Sarwono
Jurnal Arus Elektro Indonesia Vol 9 No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19184/jaei.v9i1.39121


Pipe leakage is one of the most common problems in agriculture. Especially if the agricultural land is quite large, it will be challenging to determine the location if a leak occurs. Active sensors are not recommended because they do not follow the green computing concept (energy-efficient computing). This study is proposed to use a passive type sensor that is more energy efficient. This study will use a water flow sensor placed at several points in the irrigation pipe network. The water flow sensor was chosen because this sensor works passively and is very accurate in detecting changes in water flow, especially in flowing water. The sensor reading results will be sent using the Internet of Things with a Wi-Fi connection. The collected data results are processed on the server and displayed in an interface that makes it easy for users to monitor water flow through smartphones. The results of the tests that have been carried out show that the designed system has worked as expected. The system can detect the location of the leaking pipe flow and indicate the leaking pipe.
Konveyor untuk Klasifikasi Kualitas Buah Pisang menggunakan Image Processing Immawan Wicaksono; Azhar Bima Javier; Sumardi Sumardi; Widya Cahyadi
Jurnal Arus Elektro Indonesia Vol 9 No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19184/jaei.v9i2.33037


Post -harvest processing is one of the activities to maintain the quality of bananas. Efforts made to maintain the quality of bananas are sorting. Sorting is the separation of cleaned materials into various fractions based on their physical character (shape, size, weight, type, color), chemical (odor composition and rancidity) and biological (type and damage by insects, number of microbes, and growth power). . The purpose of sorting is to determine the classification of commodities based on similar qualities contained in the commodity itself. One of the banana fruit harvesting methods that can be used is to use image processing. Image processing is the handling of text data and image data based on a visual system that has a much higher level of accuracy than human visual. One of the methods that can solve the problem is to use the Image Classification method. With the addition of these supporting methods, the identification results and the level of data accuracy will be better.