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DESIGN OF DETECTING ACOUSTIC WAVES AT THE EXERCISE SMART MINE USING ACOUSTIC SENSOR Putra A, I Nengah; Cahyono, Nuri Nur; Pratiknyo, Gesit; Purwanto, M Sigit
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The Indonesian Navy is a unit of defense of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI). Sea mines are explosive devices placed in waters to destroy ships. Acoustics is a branch of physics that deals with all mechanical waves in liquids, gases and solids, such as vibration, sound and ultrasonic. Arduino has made microcontroller technology more accessible and easier for even novice users. Because of this, there are special functions in audio or acoustic processing techniques aimed at using Arduino. The application of acoustic signals in the military field of the Navy, in the identification of vessels caught by the microphone receiver. The movement of objects that are caught by the microphone will be analyzed to conclude the object. From the results of the sound characteristics raised by the object, it will give a different picture for different variations of the object. Processing acoustic signals using DSP will make it easier to infer the captured acoustic signal. The circuit board used is a microphone signal amplifier and signal conditioner, for processing the audio signal obtained from the microphone and to produce output data which is the result of the process using Arduino. Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) of the microcontroller works in the voltage range from 0.0 V to +3.3 V or +5.0 V. Toachieve good sampling results, that the signal peak is close to the maximum value of the ADC. Additionally, voltage amplitudes above this threshold can damage the controller input port or produce unwanted harmonics. Therefore, a signal pre-amp circuit is needed to guarantee the appropriate audio sample signal as well as to protect the system. The test results obtained from the system analyzer frequency and signal meters can be used to identify acoustic signals. Keyword: Singnal Acoustic/michophone, controller, Arduino Uno, pre-amp frequency analyzer
ANALYSIS OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH RISK MANAGEMENT ON THE INDONESIAN NAVY SHIP PROJECT USING HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL Nugroho, Sukmo Hadi; Suharjo, Bambang; Bandono, Adi; Haryanto, Agus Tri
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Indonesian Navy ships (KAL) is one element of the Integrated Fleet Weapon System (SSAT), which plays an important role in carrying out tasks in the defense field. So, we need an optimal KAL readiness to support the passage of the operation to be carried out successfully and smoothly. One of the ways used to prepare KAL is to carry out routine maintenance through the docking process. However, in practice there are accidents suffered by workers.This research was conducted using the HIRARC method. HIRARC is a method of hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control measures that are used for this method is considered moreappropriate and more accurately where the dangers that arise in the process described docking of any work activity. In this method also provides appropriate control measures for each hazard. Based on the results of the HIRARC analysis, each suction work activity of docking based Risk Ranking will be sorted according to the level of Risk Matrix and will be discussed further against high risks and implemented controls. Then the resulting draft recommendation to minimize workplace accidents in the docking process is by way of elimination, Administration Control and Use of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).Keywords: HIRARC method, Docking process, KAL.
THE STRATEGY ANALYSIS FOR PATROL ELEMENTS ADDITION OF BRAVO NAVAL BASE TO SUPPORT MARINE SECURITY OPERATIONS AT INDONESIA ARCHIPELAGIC SEA LANES I Pandjaitan, Manahan Budiarto; Suwarno, Panji; Gunardi, Gunardi
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Indonesian Navy is tasked with enforcing the law and maintaining security in the national jurisdictional sea area following the provisions of national law and international law that have been ratified. To carry out these basic tasks to run well, it is necessary to have support from the Naval Base which is quite accommodating in terms of service and logistical support. The problem in this research is how to compile the strategy analysis for patrol elements addition of Bravo Naval Base to support marine security operations at Indonesia Archipelagic Sea Lanes 1. The purpose of this study was to determine the optimum function of the patrol element of base owned by Bravo Naval Base in support of marine security operations in the Indonesian Archipelago Sea Lanes 1. The method used in this study is Qualitative Descriptive methods by NVivo Software and SWOT analysis methods. The results of this study are the continuation strategies analysis for patrol elements addition of Bravo Naval Base to support marine security operations, and it needs to be a concern and needs to be improved by Indonesian Navy.Keywords: Strategy Analysis, Patrol Element Additions, Bravo Indonesia Naval Base.
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF TARGET DESIGN WITH BASIC IMAGE PROCESSING ON OTHTT SYSTEM PROTOTYPE (OVER THE HORIZON TARGET TRACKING) Purwanto, Sigit; Astika, I Made Jiwa; Sahiri, Erpan; K. Novarendra, Ekaris
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Based on Law No. 34 of 2004, the Indonesian Navy has the main task of maintaining state sovereignty in territorial waters. Various attempts have been made to strengthen the Navy so that it can carry out these basic tasks, one of which is to add defense equipment, namely ships that have the ability to shoot missiles. This missile possession is important because in addition to being a deterence effect, modern naval battles are dominated by long-distance warfare or Over The Horizon. In missile fire, accurate intelligence is needed to determine the position of the target. So far what has been done is sending submarines or reconnaissance aircraft. This is very inefficient because in addition to requiring large resources, the risk of losing personnel and material is also very large. Based on this, the researcher makes a prototype of a vehicle that can identify and determine the position of a target. The vehicle in the form of a UAV is equipped with GPS, altimeter, compass and camera. This equipment will provide data in the form of UAV latitude and longitude position, UAV height, UAV heading and UAV camera angle. From the four data above, the ground station on themissile carrier gets the target's latitude and longitude data based on image processing. While the method used is color thresholding which can distinguish a target based on its color. After several trials, the UAV has been able to carry out the target positioning up to a height of 15.4 meters. At these heights the target latitude can be determined with a system accuracy of 3.3 meters. To be used as a reference for missile firing, it is necessary to increase the capability of the equipment specifications to reach the desired distance. Keywords: Target, Latitude, Longitude, Image Processing.
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PORT MANAGEMENT POLICY IN PELINDO III TANJUNG PERAK SURABAYA Kunila, Sony; Rianto, Budi; Prasita, Viv Djanat; Lubis, Lunariana
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Research on the implementation of the Port Implementation policy at Pelindo III Tanjung Perak Surabaya (Case study of the Implementation of the Minister of Transportation's Regulation Number: PM 146 of 2016 concerning changes to the Minister of Transportation's regulation PM Number 51 of 2015 concerning the Implementation of Seaports) aims to analyze the implementation of Port Operational Policies at Pelindo III Tanjung Perak Surabaya. In addition, to analyze the factors that support and hinder the successful implementation of the Port Management in Pelindo III Tanjung Perak Surabaya. This research uses a qualitative method with a case study approach. Data collection is done through interviews, observations and documentation and then analyzed through data reduction, data presentation and conclusions. The results show that Port Management Policy in Pelindo III has been implemented between Pelindo III, Syahbandar, and other stakeholders, even though there are some inhibiting factors, such as the lack of human resource quality, the complexity of the bureaucracy in handling export and import documents and ship waiting time at port. Keywords: Implementation, Policy, Port
DETERMINATION OF MAINTENANCE FACILITY LOCATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO SUPPORT THE OPERATION OF INDONESIAN NAVY IN NORTH NATUNA SEA BY THE FUZZY MCDM METHODS Suharyo, Okol Sri; Widodo, Edy; Herdiawan, Didit; Purnomo, Joko
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Support the presence of the KRI elements it needs other supporting means such as Fasharkan (Maintenance and repair facilities) that serve as a supporter of logistics, especially repair and maintenance of KRI. The closest area of Fasharkan from the Sea of North Natuna today is Fasharkan Mentigi Lantamal IV Tanjung Pinang is approximately 510 Nm surely will be an obstacle when the presence of the KRI element in the North Natuna Sea operating area is shaken because The distance of Fasharkan from the distant waters of North Natuna to carry out maintenance and repair. So it is necessary to one more location of Fasharkan to support the operation of the KRI elements in the territorial waters of North Natuna so that the operation of the KRI elements can be carried out well. In the selection of Fasharkan location has several factors that must be considered so that categorized have multicriteria in the election. So to accommodate Multicriteria divided into Technical Requirements & Operational Requirements Then use the Fuzzy method MCDM (Multi-Criteria Decision Maker). Technical Requirement consisting of earthquake hazard, distance field operations (distance operations and ALKI 1), distance downtown (the distance of the center of the government and the settlement), and hydrography (depth, tidal, and speed of currents). While the Operational Requirement consists of the influence of other countries, threats (outside state threat and community conflicts), access transportation (military port and airport), supporting facilities (water facility, communication facilities, Electric facilities, transport facilities and sea flows), as well as operational costs. For the alternative location of Fasharkan consists of Lantamal XII Pontianak, Ranai Navy Base, and Tarempa Navy Base.Of the three alternative locations obtained the best alternative to the location of Fasharkan is Ranai Navy Base with the highest rank of 0.403 then Lantamal XII Pontianak with a value of 0.302 and Tarempa Navy base with a value of 0.295. Keywords: Sea of North Natuna, Fasharkan, determination of the type of Fasharkan, determining thelocation of the Fasharkan, Fuzzy MCDM.
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF TACTICAL MONITORING FORCE USING ONLINE BASED TELEMETRY SYSTEMS FOR MATAN BATALYON COMMANDO PASKHAS TEAM Ahmadi, Ahmadi; Suprayitno, Suprayitno; Syahlan, Zaenal; Radiyanto, Robert
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The operational equipment of the Security and Rescue Team (Matan) of the Paskhas Command Battalion called the Integrated Personal Protection (IPP Set) is currently incomplete because monitoring of the implementation of the Matan Team's activities is limited to reports through radio / HT communication tools, so that in decision making actions by the Operations Commander Puskodalops is not optimal and accurate according to the conditions in the field. Therefore we need a system that can monitor the movements of the Matan Team that can monitor the position and visual forces in real time. This monitoring system using radio telemetry can transmit data in the form of GPS coordinates displayed by Google Map as well as visual image data recorded by FPV cameras in realtime using the 3DR telemetry transmission system 433 Mhz and VTX 5.8 Ghz mounted on a tactical helmet and received by ground station receiver antennas at Puskodalops, so that the position of the matan team personnel can be monitored and conditions in the field can be monitored in realtime so that the Operations Commander can make decisions more quickly, precisely and accurately according to field conditions.Keywords : Telemetry, Security and Rescue Team (Matan)
DESIGN OF PRESSURE MEASUREMENT IN THE EXERCISE SMART MINE USING A PRESSURE SENSOR Hartanto, Endin Tri; Widodo, Edy; Prabowo, Ayip Rivai; Sulaiman, Sulaiman
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The Sea Mines are explosive devices placed in the waters to destroy ships or submarines. The sea mines were placed in the water depths and waited until it was triggered to be blown up by an approaching enemy vessel. The waves in the leave can be measured using the air pressure sensor placed below the water surface, the change in the sensor up and down will result in changes in air pressure. Changes in the resulting pressure of the vessel will result in water waves, resulting from changes in the water wave height will result in a change in water pressure gauge sensors in the air. The MPX5700 air pressure Sensor, as a source of pressure measurement with analog voltage output is comparable to the large value of air pressure. Design the air pressure measuring instrument system using the Arduino microcontroller as the unit of the voltage conversion process to the pressure variable in the KPA. On testing authors use applications that are created using Visual Studio 2012 to plotting the pressure graphs and large voltage output sensors. Results obtained using the MPX5700 sensor with an analog output can result in a linear pressure output with a large voltage output, from the test result obtained the conversion value 0.2 V as the value of 0 Kpa and the value of 4.7 V asthe maximum value pressure measurement of 700 Kpa. Keywords: mines, MPX5700, Arduino microcontrollers
IMPLEMENTATION OF INDONESIA'S MARINE POLICY A CASE STUDY: (Implementation of Presidential Regulation No. 16 of 2017 Concerning Indonesian Maritime Policy, Specifically Maritime Diplomacy in Papua) Ardi, Mahmud Ridho; Subianto, Agus; Sudirman, Sudirman
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Good management of international relations has been a major concern of Indonesia's foreign policy since the country's independence. The character of the nation and state leaders is often the determining factor that causes relations between countries in a situation full of uncertainty. Some parties, based on the analysis of confidential documents, are allegedly trying to influence the policies of their respective countries to give recognition to Papuan independence and sovereignty. Based on Presidential Regulation No. 16 of 2017 concerning the Indonesian Maritime Policy dated February 20, 2017, Indonesia's geographical and demographic conditions will have consequences for the emergence of the real challenges for Indonesia that must be managed comprehensively. Specifically, in Papua, referring to data from the Navy of 2019, at least in the last period more than 50 (fifty) transnational crime and intrastate conflicts (communal conflicts and separatist movements) occurred in Papua. In addition to maritime defense forces, maritime diplomacy as a form of state policy has been transformed into an alternative in efforts to reduce the vulnerabilities that have arisen in the Papua region. The Navy as a military force is part of implementing the policy to realize the main program of Maritime Diplomacy, namely increasing the active role in efforts to create world peace and security. The Indonesian Navy describes the policy through the perspective of modern maritime defense policies that understand the nation's history to meet the political will aspects (maritime diplomacy) through cooperative, persuasive and coercive efforts. There are six factors that influence the implementation of the Maritime Diplomacy Policy in Papua, including: 1) Size and Policy Objectives; 2) Resources; 3) Characteristics of Implementing Agencies; 4) Communication between Implementing Agencies and Implementing Activities; 5) Disposition of Implementing Agencies; and 6) Environmental Effects. Environmental influences are the most influencing factors in implementing policies. The influence can come from inside or outside. The main internal influence comes from the longstanding conflict in Papua. External influences take the form of conventional and non-conventional threats. Keywords: Maritime, Diplomacy, Papua
DESIGN SMART MINE EXERCISE POSITIONING USING GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) Bastari, Avando; Saputra, Eko; Sunarta, Sunarta; Wahyudianto, Cucuk
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Marine mines are one of the supporters in securing the marine region of NKRI. In relation to marine mines, the Navy has mapped mines to the territorial waters. The importance of mine site mapping information aims to prevent landmines from being a feeding weapon for the NAVY's Alutsista. In realizing a mine-site mapping and location system that can provide geo-location information for mines using Arduino devices. Build your exercise Smart mine positioning using Global Positioning System (GPS) Neo-M6. A study in providing latitude and longitude location information is packaged using a GPS module that is connected to the Arduino processing device to obtain the location coordinates of the latitude and longitude mines. Test results of GPS-based location tracking devices are obtained by the results of location data in latitude and longitude formats. Smart Mine location identification, can be applied using GPS based on the results of the design and creation of the system that has been done. Location displacement speed calculations can be obtained by calculating the starting location with the updated location in a time span and converting to a unit of distance. Based on the results of the speed test can be obtained even if the device's location position is unchanged, this is due to the GPS data always changing due to the level of position accuracy obtained from satellites. The use of the Neo-M6 GPS can be applied to the latitude and longitude location identification systems acquired a relatively small error value with an average satellite number obtained by as much as 8 satellites. The use of the Neo-M6 GPS, to get GPS data from satellites is a long time, the problem of GPS gets satellite data due to the less supportive weather conditions. Keyword: GPS Neo-m6, Arduino Mega 2560, weather.

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