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Abstrak EE Days 2016 – English – Electrical Engineering Days

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Abstrak EE Days 2016 – English

# TA NUMBER – 151601002 #

Adil Aldianto Nooril (13212017)
Afdhal Hanif (13212044)
Meynard Danam Purwa Atmaja (13212138)

Automatic Identification System (AIS) is a communication system used by ships to communicate with other ships in the vicinity and the Vessel Traffic Service (VTS). The system uses Very High Frequency (VHF) transponder in ships to send and receive messages containing information about the ship such as unique identification, position, course, speed, and other information to improve safety and navigation at sea.
This paper will discuss the feasibility of using low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite to capture the AIS signal and the design of AIS receiver payload which could be used in the satellite. The payload designed for the satellite comprised of the AIS receiver hardware, signal processing software, and communication system used to send the data from the satellite to the ground station.

Keywords: AIS receiver, CubeSat, Doppler shift, link budget analysis.

# TA NUMBER – 151601003 #


This final project describes the design of uBeacon as a smart campus system which consists of android based application which is integrated with iBeacon and a back-end application which is designed with IBM Bluemix Backend as a Service. This system is designed to use Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) as a communication protocol to manage the information flow in the campus. This application consists of four main functions which are Beacon Info, User Personalization, Push-Notification, and Attend Class. This system brings the simplicity to its users in obtaining informations about campus immediately, accurately, and personalized. By bringing the personalization feature, the information can be directly sent to the users based on their membership in a campus community or major. The application will display the information from the web server. Furthermore, the traffic of students can be monitored and analyzed by integrating a number of beacons inside the campus. This application and systems have been successfully tested.

Keywords: Android, Beacon, IBM Bluemix, dan MQTT.

# TA NUMBER – 151601004 #

Syaiful Andy                            13212050
Muhammad Riksa A. R. S.        13212077
Hilmy Aziz                               13212131

Illegal fishing is an activity that can cause huge losses to Indonesia. Indonesia’s vast territorial sea make illegal fishing surveillance becomes a difficult thing to do. However, international regulations that require each ship to transmit their data using AIS signal can be an opportunity to detect ship that doing illegal fishing activities. The detection process performed by receiving AIS data from ships in Indonesia’s territorial and then uploaded to the server. The data on the server are then analyzed to determine whether a ship is indicated to illegal fishing or not. The results of the analysis system is then displayed on the web page along with the entire ship data that has collected in the server. The results also sent as an email to officers who have registered in the system so illegal fishing activities can be processed further.

Keywords : AIS, illegal fishing, Indonesia, real time.

TA NUMBER – 151601005 #

Samuel Adelwin Mulia (132 12 002)
Irena Yosephine (132 12 003)
Vivi Novia (132 12 010)

Problems related to fuel usage efficiency are likely to occur in car rental company. System based on Internet of Things – VISCar to monitor fuel usage on Android mobile application is proposed to solve the problem. VISCar has four features, such as driving behaviour analysis, monitoring, notification, and location and route to gas station. This system consists of three subsystems : connector, server, and user interface. Car’s engine data is scanned by OBDII and sent via Bluetooth to Raspberry Pi which is then passed using 3G connection to server and being stored. The data can be accessed by user through mobile application via MQTT and also computed on server to be analyzed. The test result shows that VISCar has been successfully built and implemented to monitor fuel usage efficiency for car rental company.

Keywords— VISCar, fuel efficiency, analysis, monitoring, notification, gas station location.

# TA NUMBER – 151601006 #


Flapping Wings MAV has the advantage of stability and durability compared to other MAV. FWMAV can be used to capture the image in terms of inspecting, surveillance and spying, especially to the regions – areas that are difficult to reach. In this thesis we design FWMAV named Papatong.

Designing FWMAV Papatong platform includes the selection and design of mechanical and electrical components. Selection of components and materials primarily in the small dimensions and lightweight but still watching the performance. The design of the mechanical platform of research on the fly to adapt the flapping wings MAV existing ones. The result of the design of each part integrated with electrical components up to be a FWMAV Papatong platform. After going through various processes of trial and error, platform has been integrated well and can fly with its wings flapping mechanism and can be controlled quite well.

Papatong have technology of LISA / S paparazzi for the control system. Papatong with technology LISA / S. Board LISA / S has a feature Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), motor drivers, GPS, and port facilities to other actuators in a small size. Attitude stabilization testing is done while flying in Manual and AUTO1 mode flight integrated in the Ground Control Station. The result of this attitude stabilization is Papatong can fly smoothly on Manual and AUTO1 mode flight, then optimized to AUTO2, the mode that is fully autonomous.

Development of mathematical models were also made to FWMAV design activities for the future, then simulated in SIMULINK. Input simulations carried out following the shape of the wing Papapatong FWMAV 4. Simulations will produce aerodynamic forces such as thrust and lift are also values in the direction of translational movement. The result of this calculation is then compared with the results of real measurements on FWMAV Papatong.

Keyword: flapping wing MAV; design; autopilot; modeling

# TA NUMBER – 151601011 #

LYS – Landslide Information System

Adhitya Wisena, Giovani Ellisa Puspaningtyas, Kalam Adhiansyah Lutfie, Yudi Satria Gondokaryono

This paper is discussing about a product of landslide information system. The system is capable in doing observation of a monitored area regarding the occurrence of landslide and displaying the information gathered. The landslide information system which we have designed is expected to be able to give information related to landslide disaster and the data can be used by observers as research and observation tools. Furthermore, it is also able to send a warning message when an observation area is calculated to be highly prone of landslide. This so-called system is given a codename as LYS.

Keywords—LYS, Tanah Longsor, Sistem Informasi.

# TA NUMBER – 151601012 #

Small Scale Induction Furnace

Yosa Adi Wardana1, Ardyan Dwi Arta2, Gunawan Pratama3, Yudi Satrio Gondokaryono,

Induction furnace is solution for melting aluminum. The process is using high frequency switching and high voltage so that electromagnetic fields occur. The changing electromagnetic fields induce Eddy current on the workpiece to generate heat inside it. This paper is consisting of 3 parts, self-oscillator circuit, LC (Inductor Capacitor) Tank, power and temperature circuit. Self oscillator use zero voltage switching principle with 4 operating state while running. This operating state deliver power to the LC tank. Designing LC tank must considering capacitor, inductor, and the funace. Selection of these components is predicted can be used on a small scale and is able to reach the melting point of less than five minutes. Power circuit are depends on current value, and current value depends on used load. Increasing temperature are caused by Eddy current on the load. It is also depends on furnace position inside coil. Testing is done for self oscillator circuit, LC tank, power circuit, and temperature. The test results obtained show the switching system is running correctly, induction furnace can produce melting aluminum, using low-power, and reach target temperature.

Keywords—induction furnace, self oscillator, LC Tank, power, temperature, Eddy current, ZVS

# TA NUMBER – 151601013 #

Arif Saelan 13211031
Ferry B. Cahyadi          13212136
Harya Saputra 13212144

Panoramic photography is a photography technique which consists of taking a sequence of photos in order, then digitally stitching them to create a panoramic photo. To create an ideal panoramic photo, there are several factors that needs to be noted during a panoramic shoot, such as camera stability, overlap between each photo, and parallax problem in the stitching process.
Due to number of factors that needed to be noted in doing a panoramic shoot, there is a need to develop a product which can simplify the process. Thus, the product Panoramic Photography is developed in order to simplify a panoramic shoot so it is easy and simple enough to be done by anyone. The product consists of an automated motorized platform, for DSLR cameras, which held the camera in a stable position and able to rotate automatically. The camera position can be adjusted to reach the no-parallax point, so there will be no parallax problem in the stitched image. The two motors in the platform are used to rotate the camera vertically and horizontally, so either vertical, horizontal, or combined panoramic shoots can be done using the product. The rotation of the motors are controlled by commands from the main program, installed in a microprocessor which acts as the brain of the product, according to the inputs given by users through a mobile interface application in Android gadgets. Using this wireless app, users can set the degree of rotation according to the camera dan lens used, as well as setting the photo parameters such as aperture opening and shutter speed. The product also comes with a companion software which is able to stitch the sequence of photos taken by the camera into a panoramic one automatically.
The tests on the product are done through direct panoramic shoots in the field. Tests done show that the platform rotates and stops periodically, during which the camera takes pictures automatically. Using the companion app, the photo sequence has produced a panoramic photo matching the inputted specification.

Keywords : panoramic photography, parallax problem, automated platform, Android application, digital stitching software.

# TA NUMBER – 151601021 #

 Development of Induction Heating Furnace with ARM Microcontroller for Laboratory-Scale Metal Processing

Kurnia Adi Nugroho1, Beny Rachmad Septiawan2, Grasiadi Hersanto3, Ir. Farkhad Ihsan Hariadi, MASc4

This paper explains the development of induction heating furnace with microcontroller ARM for heat treatment in laboratory scale. This furnace is divided into three submodules, which are submodule power system, submodule temperature control, and submodule data acquisition system. Submodule power system has its function to generate high frequency alternating current resulting electromagnetic field as heating medium. Submodule temperature control is purposed to control the frequency which is driven into the MOSFET gate, so it can control the temperature produced in workpiece with feedback of temperature of workpiece from the submodule data acquisition system. Submodule data acquisition system is the system to acquire the data of workpiece’s temperature as the feedback data for the submodule temperature control. Furthermore, this submodule gets the current flowing from the power supply to get the power used by the whole system. In the experiment, the induction heating furnace works well in which the user able to input the desired temperature to do the splicing of metal by brazing. Over time the workpiece’s temperature getting higher reaching the melting point of filling metal, with the result an iron pipe splicing successfully conducted.

Keywords— data acquisition system, induction heating furnace, power system, temperature control

# TA NUMBER – 151601024 #

Tropical Fruit Non-Destructive Quality Testing
Felix Christian Hartanto
Octavianus Surya Putra Sinaga
Dian Aditya Nugraha

Tropical Fruit Non-Destructive Quality Testing will be realized into a device that will be called Banter (Banana Tester). Banter is a device that will be used to check the sweetness level of the banana by using the sugar property of infrared absorbance. That’s why the user is able to do determine the sweetness level of the banana without any destructive process. This device has a subsystem for acquisition by using the infrared LED with wavelength of 940 nm and 1070 nm (the wavelength is determined by using the laboratory Near Infrared Spectroscopy) and the photodiode with the wavelength range from 800-1700nm. The signal from the photodiode will be processed again and will be amplified so it will be able to accommodate the subsystem classifier to classify it. In this document the design process and the examination of the acquisition subsystem will be explained.
Implementation from this project is integrating hardware and software which make fruit sorter can use this device to sort tropical fruit easily. The hardware function is display the output to users so the user can see the sweetness level in testing sweetness level mode and determine sweetness level in getting data mode. The software function is to process input data from sensor circuit. Processed input displayed as output in terms of sweetness level using LED with color red, yellow, and green. The testing is how long power bank can supply device, stiffness design from shocks, suitability interface design dimension from specification and success of determining sweetness level. When the input became digital, the input need to be sampled to determine the sweetness level which in classification algorithm can be compared one by one and determine sweetness level based on amount of data in the specific sweetness level region.

This product has a classifier system which receives voltage value from NIR photodiode as sensor. After the voltage value processed by the classifier system using classification method, the boundary decision will be decided and the value will be applied to the product This document explains the implementation and exams classifier system which constructed to determine banana’s sweetness level . As a result, classifier system for Banter still cannot determine the boundary decision because the training data is not enough

Keyword:Banter, sweetness level, banana, absorbance, infrared, spectroscopy

# TA NUMBER – 151601025 #

Luisa Catherine, Atria Shaula Chaniago, Orvin Demsy

 Battery has become one of the alternative as an power source for vehicle. Unlike gas which usually use in conventional vehicle and causes pollution that my harm our environment, battery doesn’t produce such thing as its byproduct when powering devices. It makes them popular for being enviromentally friendly. That’s why, nowadays, the development of battery-powered vehicle or known as electric vehicle is growing promisingly.
Lithium battery is the most common type of batteries used in electric vehicle and relatively value at high prices. Therefore, in order to maintain its optimum lifetime and performance, users must use lithium battery with the appropriate treatment and control. One of the methods which can be helpful for electric vehicle users to overcome with such problem, and assist them to use the battery more wisely and effectively, is by using a device called BMS (Battery Management System). BMS will control the flow of power drain from the battery and add a supercapacitor as a secondary power source to act as a buffer current, so when high current is requested by the motor, capacitor will help the current supplied and smooth out the battery’s current. BMS will help a battery pack to maintain all of the cell’s voltages at the same level, and monitoring its condition such as current, temperature, and SoC.
This design used in this BMS is full active hybrid configuration, in which consists of dc/dc converter as main power electronics on the battery, and secondary power electronics on the supercapacitor. This paper will discussed the design, implementation, and testing of dc/dc converter on battery and supercapacitor. Writer will also active cell balancing on the battery, measuring battery temperature, current, and state of charge of battery. Controller used in this system is STM32F4.

Keywords : DC/DC converter, STM32F4, Lithium-ion polymer, supercapacitor, active cell balancing, state-of-charge

# TA NUMBER – 151601031 #

Muhammad Syarifudin, Firsan Candra Pratama, Isro Bayu Farhan

Visual system with multiplexing and video overlay on an aircraft is a system that processes multiple video data according to the given user settings to be displayed on the monitor screen. The system uses two videos on the input to produce a video on the output.
The received input video will be processed with multiplexing or overlay process through several modules, such as Clocked Video Input, Frame Buffer, Clock-crossing Bridge, DDR2 Controller, Video Duplicator, Multiplexer, Clipper, Alpha Blending Mixer, and Clocked Video Output so as to obtain output video that is ready to be transmitted. In addition, there are several modules that are used to support the other modules, such as PLL, Signal Generator, Alpha Source, Alpha Calculator, Alpha Stub, Nios II Processor, On-chip Memory and JTAG UART. The modules are implemented using Altera Stratix DE4 FPGA board and Altera Quartus II software. In the Altera Quartus II software, some tools called MegaWizard, Qsys, and Nios II Software Builder Tools for Eclipse are used to facilitate implementation of the required modules. The obtained output video will be transmitted using ARINC 818 board.
The system test results are data from each source video will go through the process of multiplexing to display only one video or through the overlay process to combine the two videos and be displayed.

Keywords : ARINC 818, multiplexing, Quartus II, Stratix DE4, overlay.

# TA NUMBER – 151601032 #

Mahendra Drajat Adhinata, Novi Prihatiningrum, Ricky Disastra

Smart card is a card with an integrated processor and memory beneath. The integrated processor and memory can do commands given by user and can be used to store data. The smart card existence can be useful for humankind, for example in e-health system. Smart card can store medical record for a patient that can ease data movement from the healthcare facilities. To support this function, a smart card needs a good design of file system and architecture and support the security feature so that it can be a safe medical record carrier.

Keywords : Smart card, operating system, e-health, file system.

# TA NUMBER – 151601036 #

Design and Implementation of
Electronic Road Pricing System with Double Gantry

Fariz maulana[1], Fahmi Kurniawan[2], Bakti Satria Adhityatama[3], Eniman Yunus Syamsuddin[2], Mohamad Anis Rosidi[3]

This paper describes the design and implementation process of on board unit (OBU) and gantry prototype which are parts from Electronic Road Pricing (ERP). ERP comes as a solution to help reduce the traffic congestions. In general, there are two types of ERP that can be implemented, the single and double gantry ERP. In this paper the double gantry ERP is chosen. The implementation of ERP is done by creating a miniature that representing the physical structure of real gantry. The testing is done by putting OBU on top of a mini 4WD car to simulate a vehicle passing through roads that implement the ERP system. As the supporting application for ERP systems we’ve created two application, web application for operator and Android application for user. Web application for operator has has 2 main functions, management and monitoring. The management feature is used by operator to manage some data in database, like fill and edit account data, On Board Unit Data, and gantry data that are parts of subsystem in ERP. Monitoring is used for view and recapitulate the transaction and violation process happened in ERP. The Android application will display the amount of the balance owned by the user. All transaction data that includes the plat number of vehicle that used, transaction location, rates and time will be visible to the user through this application. If there is a violation, users can also view the details of the violation through this application. In addition, a list of locations and rate of ERP can also be displayed through this application.

# TA NUMBER – 151601038 #

LiberoVision: Fast Multiple Object Tracking using Multiple Field Camera for Athlete Tracking in Football
Bima Sahbani 1)
Muhamad Aznan Firmansyah 2)
Hammas Hamzah Kuddah 3)

LiberoVision is a system to generate football game statistics using only several cameras recording the game. We use the statistics as extra data for coach to analyze the game and to help them to decide better during the game. We also use the data to enrich the game visualization provided by broadcasting company. Here in this paper we implemented computer vision based system to generate individual player statistics during the game. We implemented a system consists of homography and camera calibration, object detection, player tracking system, and graphical user interface for human assisted parameter tuning. Our main contribution is the combination of several available technologies to a system that can solve the tracking problem robustly. The system has the accuracy of 1.2 meters on x axis and 1.6 meters on y axis, and the processing performance of 11 frames per second.

Key words: Football statistics, computer vision, visualization

# TA NUMBER – 151601039 #

Hilmi Fadli (13212069)
Dewi Nala Husna (13212071)
Irfan Markus Riando Simamora (13212092)

 Lumen Social Robot is a humanoid robot development in order to become a friend for people. In this study, Lumen developed into a waiter. The role as a waiter is limited only to deliver and dive a menu to customers, as well as perform simple interactions with customers. In order to carry out a role as a waiter, Lumen is supported by several things, the NAO robot, server, and several other modules. This paper will discuss about system design and implementation modules of Lumen Waiter : Regulation and Stability, Visual-Based Tracking and Human Gesture Imitation. Regulation and Stability is the module in charge repair NAO Robot movement. Inside are modeling, design patterns run, and trajectory compensation using Neuro-Fuzzy method. Based Visual Tracking is a module in charge of computing the position of the face of customers by utilizing data from Face Detection module. Human Gesture Imitation is the module in charge of making the movement of giving and receiving menu. Human Gesture Imitation will create movement of robot based on data recorded from the Kinect camera. All of these modules are integrated by the integration module makes this system generate the role as a waiter robot.

Keywords – Lumen, waiters, NAO, Integration

# TA NUMBER – 151601041 #

Anti-Collision Warning System
Aris Prianto 13212012
Luqman Alfarisi 13212128
Zuhditazmi 13212149

This paper describes about the stages of design, implementation, and testing of Anti Collision Warning System. ACWS is a device designed to raise awareness of vehicle operators in the mining area to the vehicles and other surrounding objects. With the increasing awareness of operators, the expected number of accidents in the mine area will decrease. ACWS implemented directly on each vehicle without additional infrastructure in the mine area. Sub constituent system includes vehicle location detection systems, radio communication systems, and warning systems. Communication between ACWS done with radio communications. To be able to fulfill the function of accident prevention, ACWS should be able to detect up to 5 surrounding vehicles within a radius of 100m. From the results of tests carried out proved that ACWS created to meet the specification to prevent collisions.

Keywords: ACWS, Collision Avoidance, Radio Communication.

# TA NUMBER – 151601042 #

Secure Phone Development
Albertus Anugerah Pekerti, M Ikhlashul Amal, Ahmad Fitriyansah

Nowadays, digital communication using Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) is the most popular digital communication service in the world, especially in Indonesia. Hence, security of digital communication service using GSM becomes vital issue, mainly to those who uses GSM to send or share confidential information. In this research, a system to secure digital communication using GSM, either via SMS or phone, is developed. This security system uses encryption of sounds that will be sent via phone and encryption of messages that will be sent via SMS.


# TA NUMBER – 151601043 #


This paper would provide visible light based communications for patient monitoring applications. The system consists of two types of devices, namely devais patients and coordinator. Communication is done is two-way communication in which visible light communication is communication down (downlink) and infrared communication is komunikas upwards (uplink). This communication system helps medical personnel to monitor patients with a wireless system that is safer and more comfortable to use. This device uses analog module (AFE) and the processing module and equipped with soft perrangkat as middleware. The software consists of Dair PHY layer that contains the data packetization and forward error correction and MAC layer as a regulator of the entire transmission line in the system. The design is equipped with a user interface as the system monitors a patient by medical personnel.

Keywords: AFE, middleware, MAC layer, PHY layer, VLC

# TA NUMBER – 151601046 #

Terminal Appointment System
Jayson Fetra, Fikri Abdul Azis, Fransiscus Abrianto Jonathan

Exports and imports increased rapidly along with the onset of globalization. This lead to the increase in the number of trucks transporting container coming into the harbor. However, there has not been a system that set the pattern for the arrival of the truck, causing congestion around the port terminal during peak hours. Terminal Appointment System (TAS) can be a practical solution to these problems. TAS is a web-based system that serves to regulate the arrival of the truck. TAS systems on trucks require to establish an agreement with the operator terminal before the truck came to the gate. To determine the distribution of the number of arrivals of trucks, TAS restrict the arrival of the truck by setting a quota for each specified time period. Gate queues will be modelled and will be optimized in order to look for the optimal quota. Queues at the gate modeling was performed using Bisection-pointwise approach Stationary Fluid Flow Approximation (BPSFFA) modeling and optimization of quotas solved using genetic algorithms. Both of these will be implemented modeling using MATLAB. It then made a GUI so users can use the features with ease. The results of this feature shows a reduction in queuing time, a reduction in long queues, and the estimated arrival of trucks more widespread.

Keywords—TAS; BPSFFA; Genetic Algorithm; Optimal quota

# TA NUMBER – 151601059 #


In this final project, it consists of three main submodules that are Graphical User Interface, Motor Control and Energy Recovery. Firstly, the graphical user interface submodule is used for determining the road profile the user desires, receiving the electric vehicle parameters that will be tested dan displaying the performance of the electric vehicle being tested to the user in real time. Then, the communication between GUI and the whole system is being bridged by a Control Area Network (CAN). CAN is used as the data parameter transfer module, which was input by the user, through the system under test and also acquiring the data read by sensors that will be passed through GUI to be processed.Secondly, submodule energy recovery is used for decreasing the energy losses done by braking, especially when vehichle is simulated to go down a slope. Hence, the submodule provides a feature called regenerative braking that will converter kinetic energy into electric energy. Thirdly, the control of two mechanically coupled brushless dc motor with driver using driving method of direct torque control submodule is conducted.
The result obtained shows that the current did flow from the generator into supercapacitor, since supercapacitor voltage level was increased. While supercapacitor is being charged, the generator back-emf voltage will adjust its voltage to that of supercapacitor’s and it will increase as the supercapacitor voltage increases. This phenomenon also happened across boost converter in which before it was connected to the supercapacitor, the output voltage has been set to a certain level yet when the connection takes place, the output voltage would also do as how the back-emf voltage would. Nonetheless, it will stop charging when the boost converter output voltage has arrived on its pre-determined level of output voltage, which had been set before it was connected to supercapacitor. From the test results, can be observerd that the speed control and torque control give output which oscillate around the reference value. The test motor sub module is able to achieve maximum speed around 1800 RPM while the load motor sub module is able to achieve current in the range of about 10 to 18 A. The output of both control give constant oscillation due to the use of the driver which causes the system works like a switch so that switching algorithm is used in both submodules and make the output oscillate.

Keyword : Graphical User Interface, Boost converter, CAN, Direct Torque Control, Oscillations, Regenerative Braking.

# TA NUMBER – 151601060 #


Daryl Haris Antoni Junior (13212133)
Muhammad Nur Pratama (13212140)
Yusrina Nur Dini (13212058)

In order to improve the performance of the hospital, one solution that is needed is a system that can facilitate functional medical staff in the discharge of their duties. This paper discusses the design and implementation of digital assistant system designed for functional medical staff at the hospital. This system is implemented in Google Glass, PC, tablet, and smart phones. Google Glass device is equipped with two modules, which are patient data module with face recognition feature and communication module with livestreaming feature. PC application is implemented using ASP.NET Web Application . It consists of face training module, some modules of data processing, and recipes downloading module. Tablet devices and mobile phones are equipped with the personnel module and display medical records module. Tablet devices are also equipped with prescription writing. The whole process in all four devices require webservice to be executed. The implementation results indicate that the four software has been built based on the design and integrated with HIS (Hospital Information System) database via web service.

Keywords: digital assistant, google glass, hospital.

# TA NUMBER – 151601061 #

Richard Budianto                    
Fajar Bahari                
Kristanto R. W.            

 This paper discusses about design, implementation, and verification of head-up display system for car. Head-Up Display (HUD) is a transparent display which displays data with condition the user should not be distracted of the view. In brief, there are three main feature to support this whole head-up display system which are navigation feature, monitoring feature, and warning feature.
This head-up display for car displays navigation display and data which is acquisited from the environment around ther car that utilizes two types of sensor and a camera module in running its features. Navigation feature can be found in RobinHUD mobile application for Android smartphone. Temperature sensor used in this system is DS18B20 as a realization of monitoring feature. Camera module used to take a view behind the car is Raspberry PiCamera and ultrasonic sensor used to measure distance from the sensor to an object is HC-SR04 as a realization of warning feature.
Data processing from sensors is occured on single-board microcontroller Arduino UNO which connects using serial communication with single-board computer Raspberry Pi 3 via USB that also processes the result from camera module and as a server in the system. These data and the result from camera module later is transferred to smartphone which act as a client using wireless communication witch socket Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to be displayed on RobinHUD mobile application and next to be projected to HUD screen with the help of projector. Transfer data is implemented using the network built using modem which is connected to Raspberry Pi 3. Things to be delivered by the head-up display system is expected to help and make driving experience easier for the user.

KeywordsApplication, monitoring feature, warning feature, navigation feature, temperature, ultrasonic, Raspberry PiCamera, server, socket TCP, RobinHUD, Android

# TA NUMBER – 151601064 #

Positioning Train System
Jarot Bismo Dito Sunu and Jefery

This system is expected to track position of train throughout railway. The system results can be evaluated by operator by using GUI (Graphical Users Interface) at station. This also will change operation mode signaling of train from fixed block becoming moving block. If the system is implemented, we can operate more train than before.
System that successfully constructed to give an idea associated with system on train that make no contact with system on station physically. This is basis on making positioning system, which can be further enhanced its development with various features and interfaces of interest through their communication.

Keywords— track position of train, graphical users interface, fixed block, moving block.

# TA NUMBER – 151601065 #

Alvin Lianto[1], Rico Valentino[2], Jedidiah Wahana[3]

 Bandung’s growth and development have been affecting the number of cars significantly. However, the increasing number of cars has not been supported by infrastructures development. Some examples are road repairing, toll building, and parking lot building, and improvement of parking system management. In this project, Bandung Integrated Transportation System (BITS) highlights the lack of parking building and bad parking system management problems. This matter causes severe traffic on roads and illegal parking problems.
BITS is a novel cutting-edge technology, which is based on Internet of Things (IoT) concept. BITS came up as a practical, innovative, and economic solution for City of Bandung Government for the problems mentioned because it is considered cost-efficient and it can be easily accessed using Android Operating System (OS) based smartphone. Additionally, people can access the information on nearby street parking slots easily using the BITS application. The desired effect of the implementation of this application will make more efficient mobility, slowly
reducing illegal parking, improving traffic, and parking retribution to government will steadily increase.

Keywords—BITS, Internet of Things (IoT), Magnetoresistif Sensor, Web Server, Android,Application