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Journal of Applied Information, Communication and Technology (JAICT)
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Focus of JAICT: Journal of Applied Information and Communication Technologies is published twice per year and is committed to publishing high-quality articles that advance the practical applications of communication and information technologies. JAICT scope covers all aspects of theory, application and design of communication and information technologies, including (but not limited): Communication and Information Theory. Mobile and Wireless Communication, Cognitive Radio Networks. Ad Hoc, Mesh, Wireless Sensor Network, Distributed System and cloud computing Computer networking and IoT Optimization Algorithms, Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, and Adaptive System.
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Design And E-Voting Information System Based Web Using E-Ktp On Election Of The Head Of City Of Semarang Rina Dwi Yunita Sari
JAICT Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (676.588 KB) | DOI: 10.32497/jaict.v3i2.1342


Elections of regional heads is the local election process is based on a majority vote. While voting (voting) is one of the stages of elections. A common problem that occurs in the general election that the election and the collection of voters who still use manual way. In this final project designed an election system by taking these problems. The system designed is a system of e-voting. E-voting system is a method of polling / voting by electronic media and the Internet, making it easier and speed up the selection process. The system can be minimized by using e-KTP and fingerprint identification as data validation as well as a web-based information that is easily accessible to users and the public in obtaining information related to the implementation of e-voting.
Home Security Based On Rasberry And Android (Smart Home) Eko Riyanto
JAICT Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (418.404 KB) | DOI: 10.32497/jaict.v3i2.1320


Smart Home is one of the tools that is developed for ease of automation of smart home management from the start of address, security, comfort, savings, through automation with Android. In designing a micro home security system controller using raspberry pi 3 and Android smartphones that can reduce the number of criminal acts of burglary door. This tool consists of an electro magnetic door lock called a solenoid door lock.This solenoid key is placed on the door of the house for security. The design of this home door security system utilizes Raspberyy pi b + as a control device from near and far by utilizing the wifi network and sms gateway to control opening and closing the home door lock that is controlled via an android mobile. Through web bootstrap that will display the results captured by the camera to provide a home situation every time someone enters.This house door security system that has been successfully built and tested with the working principle if there is someone who forces or breaks the house door in a closed condition, the system will activate a warning or alarm by sounding the buzzer¸ because there is an LDR sensor connected to one switch connected to the solenoid key that results, if the key is opened with a security system then the LDR sensor will turn off and there will be no alarm, but if it is forced to break the LDR sensor will activate and read the movement of the door so that the reaction occurs and the buzzer alarm will sound. This security system is a solution to increase the level of home security ¸ besides this sophisticated system is very easy to use and integrated with android smartphones
Batik Originality Marker As a Protection Model To The Manufacturer And Batik's Consumer Eko Budi Susanto
JAICT Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (665.593 KB) | DOI: 10.32497/jaict.v3i2.1336


Such way from Pekalongan City Government in protecting the existence of crafstmen/batik seller and its consumer is by publishing region regulation of Pekalongan City Number 6 in year 2014.  By that regulation, Pekalongan city government obligue all manufacturer/batik seller that produce and sell batik product in/from Pekalongan city should label their product with “ Batik Pekalongan”, hence it is not only functioned as a marker for consumer that is not  able to identify the kinds of batik nor differentiate with printing batik, but also functioned as a protection model for the manufacturer/batik seller in Pekalongan.  Nevertheless the absence of monitoring in the usage of label “Batik Pekalongan”, has been absorbed by certain manufacturer/batik seller to make fraud, thus the effort of Pekalongan city governmnt in giving protection to the manufacturer/batik seller and also their consumer hasn’t been well realized.  The research  resulted an e-label batik application that supports the effort of Pekalongan city government, by augmented reality technology utilization will make the label of  “Batik Pekalongan” displaying such information about the kinds of batik, batik pattern/motif, the profile of the manufacturer/batik seller and other related information, if consumer scans that label by their smartphone, the information will be just displayed, and when the Pekalongan city government as the observer of the usage of batik label has done the validation based on the sustainability of the label certainty with the kinds of batik sold by the manufacturer/seller, the label of “Batik Pekalongan” will be functioned as the trusted mark
Hybrid System Using Two Panel Parallel Solar Cells 110 WP and PLN Power Source Sarono Widodo
JAICT Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (802.045 KB) | DOI: 10.32497/jaict.v3i2.1286


The limited availability of electricity and its continued use need to was sought for savings by providing alternative energy. New renewable energy sourced from sunlight can be an energy solution for electrical energy needs. Savings can be done using hybrid techniques from two sources to supply the load. This research makes hybrid plants utilizing sunlight using two panels of 110 wp capacity solar cells installed parallel to get a large output current. In this hybrid system used a deep cycle 12v / 100 Ah battery to supply 100-250 watts of light for three to four hours. The test results show that battery charging is very dependent on solar radiation and is needed for seven hours to reach 88% capacity and the inverter supplies a load of 213.5 watts on average for 45 minutes requiring 20% of battery capacity.
Improved communication skills of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder using Augmented Reality based on PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) Taryadi Taryadi
JAICT Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (687.64 KB) | DOI: 10.32497/jaict.v3i2.1338


PECS is a method for developing communication using images to exchange desired objects according to the image, especially for children with autism with non-verbal abilities. PECS has many advantages over other communication learning methods that can encourage autistic children to communicate well. Besides having many advantages, the PECS method itself has many disadvantages. The research conducted was to build an application specifically designed for children with autism by correcting the deficiencies that exist in learning with the PECS method. The application is designed with the guidance of an expert Psychologist Children with Special Needs and refers to previous studies as reference material for application interface design. Application testing involves 4 autistic children from 2 different SLBs. Tests are carried out 2 times for each child to find out the progress of application utilization. The test results show that the proposed application is in accordance with the aesthetic design of the MDA framework that is designed so that it is truly able to be accepted by autistic children while also having a positive impact on them, as well as being able to create a learning environment that is more enjoyable both for children with autism and for teachers.

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