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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MEASURING OF THE BODY MASS INDEX TO THE INDONESIA NAVY BASED ON VISUAL STUDIO Candra, Depilia Surya; Syahlan, Zaenal; Widodo, Edy
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Height and weight measurement tools are one of the important measurement tools used to monitorthe health status of the Navy personnel periodically every six months through the URIKES program, witha comparison between height and weight later this will be known to the health status of soldiers in theunderweight category , Normal, Overweight and Obesity. With this monitored health status, it is hopedthat Indonesian Navy soldiers will not be constrained by health problems in carrying out their duties ortraining and can assist leaders in determining policies. In this final project, a system will be designed tomake it easier and faster to measure height and weight automatically using the Sharp sensor as a heightgauge and the Load Cell sensor as a weight gauge. The output of this measuring device is in the form ofdisplay on a PC monitor and can be uploaded then the data can be stored on the server, so it can beaccessed via Android. This tool is expected to later be used as a substitute for measuring height andweight that is still manual.Keywords: URIKES, underweight, Normal, Overweight, Obesity, Sharp Sensor, Load Cell Sensor andAndroid.
INDONESIAN WARSHIP HISTORY INFORMATION SYSTEM OF INDONESIAN FLEET BASED ON WEB Huda, Khairul; Syahlan, Zaenal; Syaifi, M; Widodo, Edy
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The development of information technology also developed in line with thedevelopment of human civilization. The development of information technology is veryhelpful, one of which is the internet. The use of the internet has developed into anappropriate means to convey information that is fast, effective and accurate. Submissionof information is not limited to all soldiers and the general public by utilizing technologicalfacilities, namely websites. In conveying the history of Indonesia Warship Raden EddyMartadinata 331 and Indonesia Warship I Gusti Ngurah Rai 332 are still stored in the formof documents on a computer and are still printed in the form of sheets of paper. Inconveying the history of Indonesia Warship, it must be developed further to conveyinformation in the current era. Historical research that executive focuses on the past. Sofar, information on the Indonesia Warship Indonesia Warship's historical informationsystem Raden Eddy Martadinata - 331 and Indonesia Warship I Gusti Ngurah Rai - 332on the web-based Indonesian Armed Forces fleet are still in print. besides usinginformation books, then try to make other alternatives by creating a website, besides thatmembers are expected to access information easily and efficiently. With theineffectiveness in managing Indonesia Warship Indonesia Warship historical data RadenEddy Martadinata - 331 and Indonesia Warship I Gusti Ngurah Rai - 332, a design of theIndonesia Warship historical information system was built in the web-based IndonesianArmada fleet which aims to facilitate the process of Indonesia Warship history search.PHP as a programmer and MySQL as the database.Keywords: Website-Based Indonesia Warship History Information System. PHP MySQL.
DETERMINING THE FIRST PRIORITY OF THE FIRST ARSENAL LOCATION TO SUPPORT THE OPERATION OF THE INDONESIAN WARSHIP IN SAFETY OF THE EAST INDONESIAN SEA REGION WITH AHP METHODS Zulkifli, Muhammad; Cahyanto, Cahyanto; Ika, Aris Tri; Agustian, Indra
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Faced with conditions of life of the nation that continues to evolve into a multidimensional cover all areas of the life of the nation, then certainly required the development and deployment of the total potential and power of the nation effectively. Therefore it is the power that was developed to deal with these threats must also have the ability to multi-dimensional as well. Reality is always pushing to restructure the military concept of defense to become responsive and adaptable and tailored to the substance of the reforms in the defense. The main problem faced by Indonesia to develop a domestic defense industry is the inability of industry and education sectors to absorb the fundamental aspects of the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA). This inability does not allow Indonesia to experience significant breakthroughs in the application of RMA. So with reference to the condition necessary to anticipate concrete steps in developing a systematic plan to build the defense industries are able to anticipate the revolution in military affairs. Among priorities at once by selecting the appropriate stages of the development plan which includes the development of Main Equipment Weapon System, Spatial Planning Area Defense, Civil Defense Development, and Spatial Structure of the Organization. And one of its efforts is the creation of the ability of military logistics support system effective and efficient and responsive, which in this case is the development of Arsenal's arsenal of weapons and ammunition in terms of both quality and quantity so that is always ready to face any condition of any contingency that would happen. Determining policy location Arsenal first location contains more choices in environmental issues multi-objective and multicriteria decision, then the model is proposed to be the appropriate methodology to accommodate the qualitative preference and priority-setting objectives/criteria for future development is to approach the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). Principle of the AHP method is to break breaking a complex situation and unstructured, into its component parts, arranging these variables in a section or an order of hierarchy, giving numerical values to subjective considerations about the relative importance of each variable and analysis various considerations is to determine which variables have the highest priority and act to influence the outcome of the situation. From the results of the solution by using the AHP method showed that the first priority location determination Arsenal 1 in the eastern region is a factor analysis of logistics operations to support operations capabilities in the integrated logistics support system that effectively and efficiently. And the locations selected for Arsenal's first priority location is in the eastern region Lantamal Ambon.
THE APPLICATION OF ANALYTIC NETWORK PROCESS ANP METHODS FOR COMPANY PROFILE SELECTING ( A CASE STUDY ) Hidayat, Sutikno Wahyu; Ahmadi, Ahmadi; Agustiyani, Ike; Agustian, Indra
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PT. X is a newspaper publishing company. In publishing newspapers, paper raw materials are needed as the main ingredient. In choosing a supplier of paper suppliers, so far the company still applies conventional methods. Improper supplier selection process will have an impact on the sales of the company because it relates to the production process and also the products to be sold later. Many things must be considered in choosing suppliers. In the decision-making process for selecting suppliers, it must be noted that the factors (criteria) that each other might be interrelated. The Analytic Network Process (ANP) method is a method of decision making with many interrelated criteria. This problem is represented in a system with dependence and feedback. The linkages found in the ANP method are linkages in a set of elements (node comparison) and linkages to different elements (cluster comparison). The use of the ANP method will produce priority value weights on all elements contained in the decision making system. From the research that has been done at PT. X there are 4 consideration criteria consisting of 12 sub-criteria, and 3 alternative choices. Based on the results of data processing, alternative suppliers of CV. A was chosen as the best alternative supplier with the highest weight value of 0.158 then CV. B with 0.145 and CV. C of 0.134. Therefore, alternative suppliers of CV. A is the best alternative supplier for the company.
ALLOCATION OF MARITIME TASK FORCE PERSONNEL UNIFIL CONTINGEN BASED ON ANALYSIS WORK LOADS Wahab, Aab Abdul; Suharyo, Okol Sri; Arimbo, Arimbo; Ahmadi, Ahmadi
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The workload of an organization is related to the efficient and effective utilization of human resources so that it can realize the vision, mission and objectives of the organization. Various methods are used to optimize the number of personnel in an organization, so that each task can be completed effectively and efficiently. KRI Diponegoro-365 personnel as the TNI Maritime Task Force, the Garuda Contingent can not be separated from the problems regarding the lack of conformity to workload with the allocation of the number of available personnel. To overcome this, an analysis of workload measurement is needed which can then be used for determine the allocation of the right number of personnel needed in each division. This study uses the measurement of NASA-TLX mental workload and physical workload according to TNI Roles. Both of these methods are then compared between mental and physical burden that occurs. From the results of the comparison, it was found that physical workload is needed in the completion of tasks in each division. After a comparison, then the determination of the allocation of the number of personnel will be carried out using the physical workload approach based on the description of the tasks in each division. The results of the calculation will then show the division that has excess or lack of personnel. The overall results obtained from this study can be concluded that the number of maritime task force personnel using the Diponegoro class KRI is appropriate, but the allocation of personnel in each division needs to adjust to the existing workload. Keywords: Workload, NASA-TLX (Task Load Index), Number of Military Personnel
THE APPLICATION OF MICROCONTROLLER BASED SYSTEM TO DESIGN OF ELECTRO MECHANICAL MANIPULATOR STICK Prayitno, Mei Edi; Wahab, Aab Abdul; Zulkifli, Muhammad
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Independence and advancement of defense equipment in our country demands the professional and high dedication of TNI soldiers, especially the Navy. A soldier must be able and master, operate, and maintain and can solve any problems arising either due to usage or due to technical errors that occur on defense equipment both in operation and hombase. In practice grenade throwing on the field are often found unexploded grenades after being thrown. At this time the handling of unexploded grenades is detonated on the spot, however the tool used to locate the crushing explosives is still very traditional by using bamboo poles. In this final project there will be a tool for placing crushing explosives on unexploded grenade handling procedures in the field, using a long, folded, robotic arm stick that is driven by a gearbox motor, the mechanism of this tool will be made with the arm system using Electromechanical systems. At the end of the stick is installed gripper which serves to clamp the explosives before being placed on unexploded grenades. Stick Manipulator to be created can assist trainers and instructors in the implementation of explosive placement on unexploded grenade handling procedures on target and can be an additional tool of equipment owned by current trainers and instructors and can be useful for units in need , And held a grenade throwing exercise.
SCHEDULLING MODEL OF REPLENISHMENT AT SEA FOR STRICKING FORCE UNIT IN SEA OPERATION USING GENETIC ALGORITHM Tri Ika R, Aris; Sukandari, Benny; Suharyo, Okol Sri; Prabowo, Ayip Rivai
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Navy as a marine core in the defense force is responsible for providing security for realizing stability and security of the country. At any time there was an invasion of other countries past through sea, TNI AL must be able to break the enemy resistance line through a sea operation to obtain the sea superiority. But this time the endurance of Striking force Unit at only 7-10 days and required replenishment at sea to maximize the presence in the theater of operations to meet a demand of the logistics: HSD, Freshwater, Lubricating Oil, foodstuffs and amonisi. For the optimal replenishment at sea required scheduling model supporting unit to get the minimum time striking force unit was on node rendezvous. Replenishment at sea scheduling model for striking force unit refers to the problems Vehicle routing problem with time windows using Genetic Algorithms. These wheelbase used is roulette for reproduction, crossover, and mutation of genes. Genetic algorithms have obtained optimum results in the shortest route provisioning scenario uses one supporting unit with a total time of 6.89 days. In scenario two supporting unit with minimal time is 4.97 days. In the scenario, the changing of the node replenishment Genetic Algorithm also get optimal time is 4.97 days with two supporting units. Research continued by changing the parameters of the population, the probability of crossover and mutation that can affect the performance of the genetic algorithm to obtain the solution. Keywords: Genetic Algorithm, Model Scheduling, Striking Force unit
RISK MANAGEMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH IN KRI DOCKING PROJECT USING HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL (HIRARC) METHOD CASE STUDY: PT. PAL INDONESIA Putra, Rega Dinatha; Sukandari, Benny; Wihartono, Wihartono
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The Republic of Indonesia warship (KRI) is one of the elements of the Integrated Fleet Weapon System, which has an important function in carrying out existing tasks in the defense sector. So that KRI readiness is needed optimally to support the operation to be carried out successfully. One way that is used to prepare the KRI is to carry out routine maintenance through the docking process. But in its implementation, there are still accidents experienced by workers. This research was conducted using the Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control (HIRARC) method. HIRARC is a method of hazard identification, risk assessment, and risk control measures. This method is considered more precise and more accurate where the dangers that arise in the docking process are explained from each work activity. This method also provides appropriate control measures for each hazard. Based on the results of this HIRARC analysis, in each work activity docking based on Risk Ranking will be sorted according to the level of Risk Matrix and will be discussed further against high risk and implemented controls. Then the recommendations produced to minimize workplace accidents in the docking process are by elimination, Administration Control and Use of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Keywords: HIRARC Method, Docking, PT. PAL Indonesia.
THE APPLICATION OF PROMETHEE AND BORDA METHODS FOR SELECTING BUSINESS LOCATION Hidayat, Sutikno Wahyu; Putra A, I Nengah; Agustiyani, Ike; Bandono, Adi
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The development of a franchise business requires the opening of new branches to be able to expand the wider market in the community. The selection of a franchise's new location is a very decisive factor in the success of the franchise in the future. With the new location allows to increase the range, market and number of consumers. The object of research in this case is a retail franchise. The PROMETHEE method is used to manage individual decisions of each decision maker, while the Borda method is used to manage group decisions on the results of the PROMETHEE method ranking. The use of these two methods is one solution to produce more objective group decisions. Alternative ranking of this location is in accordance with the rules and policies and procedures for opening a new branch of a retail franchise. The variables in this study are facilities and infrastructure, crime, per capita income, economic growth, population and the number of retail franchises around the alternative location for opening the retail franchise branch. The results obtained from this study are location E or Endrosono area as the best alternative location.
A MODEL SERVPERF IN SURGICAL TREATMENT SERVICES FOR “BPJS” NON ARMY PATIENTS AT THE NAVAL HOSPITAL DR. RAMELAN SURABAYA Tarigan, Agusta Murphy; Subianto, Agus; Sudibyo, Sudibyo; Lubis, Lunariana
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This article discusses national health insurance-based medical services for the community in patient surgery for Social Security Administrator Board (BPJS) non army at the Naval Hospital Dr. Ramelan in Surabaya. The main problem is whether Tangibles factors; Reliability; Responsiveness; Assurance; Empathy; Expertise; Outcome contributed to the surgical treatment of “BPJS” non army patients at the Naval Hospital Dr. Ramelan. The main focus of this analysis is the use of SERVPERF's Services Quality Model to analyze the factors that support and hinder the service of surgery for “BPJS” non army patients at the Naval Hospital Dr. Ramelan. The research was carried out in a descriptive case-based quantitative study with in-depth interview, documentation and questionnaire techniques, to assess service quality class intervals based is used on the mean and standard deviation. The results of the study show that surgical treatment services in 2015-2016 found a tendency of the increasing number of surgery mainly on major surgery and special surgery, because hospitals can respond to public trust in the sense that medical service employees are able to implement excellent services for “BPJS” non army patients so that patients are satisfied with services provided. The findings that still need to be improved are the Assurance factor in line with the development of science and technology as an effort to increase the competitiveness of human resources and the availability of facilities equivalent to international hospitals. Keywords: SERVPERF model, “BPJS” Non Army, Surgical Treatment Services

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