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AN ANALYSIS ON KRI IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IN INDONESIAN NAVAL MAIN BASE NO. V SURABAYA FASHARKAN (NAVY’S BATTLESHIPS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRING FACILITIES USING FUZZY FMEA METHOD Krisdiono, Eko; Putra A, I Nengah; Astika, I Made Jiwa; Suharjo, Bambang
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASRO - STTAL Vol 10 No 1 (2019): International Journal of ASRO
Publisher : Indonesian Naval Technology College - STTAL

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The FMEA method is a tool used to identify the consequences or consequences of a system or process failure and reduce or eliminate failure. In determining risk factors and system improvement priorities, traditional FMEA still has weaknesses, where FMEA traditionally places severity factors, occurrence, and detection at the same level of importance, even though in reality different levels of importance and the importance of FMEA assessment teams are ignored.          In this study, the fuzzy method is integrated into FMEA where the severity factor, occurrence, and detection are assessed in linguistic form. In this fuzzy method, the weight of the interests of the FMEA assessment team is taken into account to do ranking and repair priorities. The application of Fuzzy methods to FMEA to determine significant risk factors and prioritizing improvements from various alternatives chosen for the process of repairing KRI in Surabaya Lantamal V, so that it is expected that the application of this method can improve the operational performance of Fasharkan to eliminate or reduce the risks that occur in the repair process ships in the eastern region of the fleet. Keywords: Risk Management, Failure Modes and Effect Analysis (FMEA), Fuzzy Method
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN ARSENAL AS A UPT DISSENLEKAL NAVY DISTRIBUTION LOGISTICAL SUPPLIES CLASS V Handito, Arie; Sutrisno, Sutrisno; Ahmadi, Ahmadi; Putra A, I Nengah
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASRO - STTAL Vol 10 No 1 (2019): International Journal of ASRO
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Planning Information Systems and Information Technology (SI/IT) is part of the Strategic Plan (Renstra) of an institution. Every institution or organization must have a framework for developing information systems and documentation that is adequate and in line with developing systems and technologies. A comprehensive and integrated strategic information system planning is needed by a supply and logistics institution, especially Arsenal with capacity as the Dissenlekal Task Force of the Indonesian Navy Headquarters (Mabesal) in the management of TNI AL Class V logistics. In general this research is a efforts in developing strategic IS/IT planning and identification of their needs at the Arsenal institution as UPT Dissenlekal Mabesal to be more optimal so that it can be integrated and support the strategic planning of logistics supplies within the Navy. The basic concept in this research begins with the preparation of the IS/IT Strategic Plan framework using the Ward and Peppard model approach, then in the evaluation process the translation of the Strategic Plan IS/IT and management of the institution's basic tasks using Balance Scorecard. Some analytical methods such as Value Chain Analysis, SWOT Analysis, PEST Analysis and Five Force Model Analysis are used to analyze the internal and external institutional environment. Next is the McFarlan Analysis Strategic Grid method that is used for application portfolio planning. The results of this research are the recommendations of the relevant IS/IT blue print strategic planning owned by Arsenal UPT Dissenlekal Mabesal and development priorities by referring to the institution's main task plan based on data obtained through the implementation of analytical methods. The information produced will be integrated data for administrative needs and services for related work units. The optimal implementation of information data processing as well as increasing the role of stakeholders in the provision of infrastructure will improve the quality of logistics management services in the fifth grade of the Navy Navy logistics in a comprehensive and integrated manner.  Keywords : IS/IT Strategic Planning, Ward and Peppard Model, information systems, information technology