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Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC)
ISSN : 27155056     EISSN : 27155072     DOI : https://doi.org/10.18196/jrc
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) is an international open-access journal published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. The journal invites students, researchers, and engineers to contribute to the development of theoretical and practice-oriented theories of Robotics and Control. Its scope includes (but not limited) to the following: Manipulator Robot, Mobile Robot, Flying Robot, Autonomous Robot, Automation Control, Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), SCADA, DCS, Wonderware, Industrial Robot, Robot Controller, Classical Control, Modern Control, Feedback Control, PID Controller, Fuzzy Logic Controller, State Feedback Controller, Neural Network Control, Linear Control, Optimal Control, Nonlinear Control, Robust Control, Adaptive Control, Geometry Control, Visual Control, Tracking Control, Artificial Intelligence, Power Electronic Control System, Grid Control, DC-DC Converter Control, Embedded Intelligence, Network Control System, Automatic Control and etc.
Articles 35 Documents
Design and Implementation of Artificial Neural Networks to Predict Wind Directions on Controlling Yaw of Wind Turbine Prototype Dzulfikri, Zaky; Nuryanti, Nuryanti; Erdani, Yuliadi
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1105

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Wind  energy as one of the new renewable energies has an important role in replacing fossil energy sources in Indonesia. In order to make the wind turbine's performance more efficient in extracting energy from the wind, it is necessary to control the actuation movements pitch and yaw of the wind turbine horizontal. Controlling the actuator yaw can increase the absorption efficiency of the power to the rotor face toward the direction of the wind. The purpose of this thesis is to be able to predict the direction of the coming wind, then move the turbine rotor in the predicted direction. In this final project a wind turbine prototype is used with a precision of 5.3%, then for the data acquisition section, a wind direction sensor is built to change the amount of wind direction to a quantity that can be measured in units of degrees, and anemometer to measure wind speed. In making the wind direction prediction algorithm, artificial neural network (ANN) method is used with input parameters such as wind speed, temperature, humidity, pressure, and altitude. Data acquisition is done at one minute intervals with long data collection for one day, 1072 data are obtained, the data is then fed to the ANN model that has been prepared. Based on the results of tests that have been done, it is found that the Mean Absolute Error in the model is 0.4%.
The Design of Tympani Thermometer Using Passive Infrared Sensor Wijaya, Nur Hudha; Oktavihandani, Zanella; Kunal, Kunal; T.Helmy, Elsayed; Thanh Nguyen, Phong
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1106

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Measuring body temperature depends on the type of thermometer and measured body area. A thermometer placed on the tympanic membrane is considered ideal because the tympanic membrane and hypothalamus have arterial blood supply originating from the carotid artery (neck). Therefore, it is considered directly close to the core temperature. The Tympani Thermometer with external storage can facilitate the doctor's performance in diagnosing patients. This tool is designed using the MLX90614 sensor as a passive infrared sensor that can receive infrared energy from the tympanic membrane. The study aims to design a tympani thermometer. It compared the measurement results of the designed tool with ear thermometers that have been calibrated to get the error value. Based on the results, this prototype works well and has an error of 0.7°C in the left ear and an error of 0.24°C in the right ear.
The Design of Digital Liquid Density Meter Based on Arduino Megantoro, Prisma; Widjanarko, Andrei; Rahim, Robbi; Kunal, Kunal; Zuhri Arfianto, Afif
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1101

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A measure of liquid thickness is needed to make a dough or formula for medicinal syrup. The tools to measure the thickness available in the market are analog that is less accurate and precision. To overcome these problems, digital density measuring devices are needed. The limitation of the digital density meter, especially liquid, urges the author to carry out further research on the digitization of this measuring instrument. This research aims to make a digital density meter for liquid matter with a high level of measurement accuracy, as the reference measurement study for liquid density in digital form. The instrument was designed using the load cell method as the main sensor. It was also equipped with a DS18B20 water-resistant temperature sensor to measure the temperature of the liquid. The data were analyzed to obtain the accuracy and error of the liquid density measurement from the density meter. The liquid samples used for research were Pertamax, solar, and water. Sample accuracy and error measurement results were 99.83 percent and 0.17 percent respectively for Pertamax, 99.63 percent and 0.37 percent for solar and 99.46 percent and 0.54 percent for water. The measured density value was finally shown on the 16x2 LCD.
Accelerometer Implementation as Feedback on 5 Degree of Freedom Arm Robot Kunal, Kunal; Zuhri Arfianto, Afif; Eko Poetro, Joessianto; Waseel, Farhad; Andri Atmoko, Rachmad
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1107

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The research investigated the automatic control system implemented with the 5 DOF (Degree of Freedom) arm robot control system using the closed-loop control method with the MPU 6050 sensor, which integrated the rotation of the MG995 motor servo as a feedback function. The control of this robot used android?based application, in which the app sends data of the rotate angle for each servo motor rotated to a certain angle. The HC ? 05 Bluetooth received the data and the Arduino UNO R3 microcontroller processed them. The microcontroller managed every rotation of each servo motor that integrated with an MPU6050 sensor with serial monitor communication to display the rotation of each servo motor. The test results obtained by the standard deviation value showed how large the sample diversity was. The result of this study showed a standard deviation correlation with the number of sample diversity. The higher the standard deviation value, the more sample data spread (data diverse or varies). Otherwise, the smaller the standard deviation value, the more homogenous the sample data. If the standard deviation equals zero, it indicates that the sample has identical data. The highest standard deviation value from servo motor 1 is 5.20, servo motor 2 and 3 are 1.00, servo motor 4 is 2.89, and servo motor 5 is 2.9
Prototype of Hand Dryer with Ultraviolet Light Using ATMega8 Padang Tunggal, Tatiya; Wahyu Apriandi, Ahmad; Eko Poetro, Joessianto; T.Helmy, Elsayed; Waseel, Farhad
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1102

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In everyday life, particularly in hospitals, people typically use cloth or tissue to dry our hands. It seems less practical, effective and hygienic. In addition, some restaurants still use cloth or tissue as well. To overcome this problem, several hospitals and restaurants have provided hand dryers. It can dry hands but cannot eliminate germs or bacteria. It is necessary to create a hand dryer equipped with a sterilizer. This work, therefore, created a hand dryer that can simultaneously dry and sterilize hands that worked automatically using the ATMega8 microcontroller. The tool was designed by using an infrared sensor to detect hands, and an ATMEGA8 microcontroller to read and process the sensors to activate UV and heating. The results found that the tool equipped with UV and heating can dry hands while eliminating bacteria and germs.
Data Storage Based Heart and Body Temperature Measurement Device Wijaya, Nur Hudha; Gofer Alvian, Andi; Zuhri Arfianto, Afif; Eko Poetro, Joessianto; Waseel, Farhad
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1103

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Body health is the most important thing for human life. The heart is one of the organs of the body that is very important for humans. The heart functions to regulate the circulation of oxygen-rich blood and to carry leftover food in the body. Heart rate illustrates how hard the heart works. The heart rate needs to be monitored to find out the patient's condition. BPM measurement and temperature is an activity of measuring heart rate and body temperature. The patient?s body temperature affects the patient's rapid heart to pump blood throughout the body.  The study aims to design a heart rate and body temperature measuring device using an infrared LED as a transmitter and a photodiode as a receiver, an LM35 as the temperature sensor, and an LCD to display the final output. This tool uses an ATMega8 microcontroller as the controlling system.  The device was completed with data storage and temperature indicators.  The result of the test on the device showed that the device performed very well in measuring the heart rate and body temperature of adult patients aged 20 until 40 years old.
Legged Fire Fighter Robot Movement Using PID Latif, Abdul; Shankar, K.; Thanh Nguyen, Phong
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1104

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Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) control is a control system commonly used by industry. Approximately 90% of industrial equipment uses a PID controller because it is easy to use. In the Indonesian Fire Extinguisher Robot Contest (IFERC), the contested robots must follow the contours of the walls of the arena. A Fire extinguisher robot navigation was chosen because the race arena of the competition consisted of walls with different aisles and rooms. The navigation robots used PID control. This study designed and implemented a control algorithm for legged fire extinguishing robots using the PID method, where the PID control was processed in a microcontroller. The angles for each servo motor generated by the calculation of the PID enable the robot to navigate by taking decisions to move quickly or slowly, turn right, turn left and stop. The robot's proximity sensor data and fire sensors enable the fire to be extinguished. The result showed that the robot can carry out its duties optimally.
THE DESIGN OF HEART RATE DETECTOR AND BODY TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT DEVICE USING ATMEGA16 Hudha Wijaya, Nur; Ahmad Fauzi, Fajar; T.Helmy, Elsayed; Thanh Nguyen, Phong; Andri Atmoko, Rachmad
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): March
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1209

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This research will discuss health services in the role of diagnostics and life support. The system designed is a system that is able to provide information on the user's health condition, in this case, is a measure of heart rate and body temperature. In taking heart rate data using a heart rate sensor (fingertip sensor). This system works taking data from the blood flow on the index finger for the 60s, the data will be displayed through the LCD. For body temperature parameters the data collection uses the LM35 temperature sensor. Changes in sensor heat will be converted into electricity, which is translated into digital form through a 10-bit ADC that is processed by the ATMega 16 microcontroller and displayed to the LCD. The results of an ideal measurement show the error of each parameter heart rate and body temperature min <1.702% and <0.55%
THE ANALYSIS OF COMPARISON ELECTRICAL POWER MEASUREMENT ON LED LAMPS Megantoro, Prisma; Muntoha, Geston Bakti; Kunal, Kunal; Nguyen, Phong Thanlr; Helmy, Elsaved
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 4 (2020): July
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1425

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 Abstract? This study uses 2 variations of the value of the DC 12V LED lamp power that is 12W and 15W with 3 different brands of lamp variations. Measurement of input voltage and current is carried out using a Krisbow KW06-490 DC clampmeter that has been calibrated as a standard measuring instrument and a Krisbow KW06-491 DC clampmeter that has not been calibrated as a test gauge 1 and a Multimeter Viper DT830B that has not been calibrated as a test gauge 2. Data the current and input voltage between each lamp and different lamp brands are used to calculate the value of the test lamp power and then compare it.The big conclusion from this study was found that the error value between the value of the test power or the use of DC 12V LED lamps with 12W written power on R, S, and T brand lamps was ± 51.67%, ± 70.75%, ± 61.33 %. In 15W lamps the brands R, S, and T were ± 7.20%, ± 0.53%, ± 8.27%.
INFORMATION SYSTEM PROTOTYPING OF STRAWBERRY MATURITY STAGES USING ARDUINO UNO AND TCS3200 Juliano, Ariagi; Hendrawan, Ade Hendri; Ritzkal, Ritzkal
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 1, No 3 (2020): May
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18196/jrc.1319

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Strawberry is one of the commodities of subtropical fruits growing in Indonesia. It has a high economic value, attractive appeal in a red and fresh sweet fruit. The color of a strawberry shows its maturity stages, and the strawberry maturity stages affect postharvest quality. The research aimed to design and implement a tool to approve and apply the maturity stages of strawberries using Arduino Uno and display the information on the web. The method included needs analysis and analysis of work, and the design consisted of hardware design and network design. The testing consisted of TCS3200 sensor testing, LCD testing, servo motor testing, and WEB testing. The results of this study found that when the strawberry fruit was declared mature by the TCS3200 sensor as the color detection sensor, the LCD would display the texts, and the servo would open. The system on the WEB would display the total information of the sorted strawberries.

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