Dua staff bagian Teknik Bioinformatika (TBI) Prof Kudang Boro Seminar dan Dr. Liyantono presentasikan hasil penelitian pada world Congress on Computers Asia Federation for Information Technology in Agiculture di Sunchon National University. Kegiatan ini dilaksanakan pada 21 – 24 Juni 2016 di Sunchon University, Korea. Kegiatan ini merupakan kegiatan tahunan yang diadakan oleh AFITA (Asia Federation for Information Technology).

Kegiatan ini merupakan salah satu upaya divisi Teknik Bioinformatika IPB dalam kancah internasional. Kegiatan ini rutin diikuti oleh Prof Kudang Boro Seminar. Bahkan beliau pernah dipilih sebagai presiden AFITA. Adapun paper yang dipresentasikan diantaranya adalah :

  1. Seminar, Kudang Boro, Marimin, Kresna, B.A., Arkeman, Y., Wicaksono, A. 2016. IT-Based Supply Chain Traceability of Tuna Fish.

    Indonesia is one of the largest producers of tuna, which is one of the leading commodities of Indonesian marine products. A supply chain of tuna fish has a network of complex (involving many actors and processes) and vulnerable to contamination along the supply chain. Therefore, supply chain traceability of tuna fish is highly demanded to ensure the movement of tuna from fishing vessels up to retailers is traceable, controllable and well secured. Some of the critical issues of tuna supply chain are content of histamine and bacterial pathogens, such as Salmonella, E.coli and Vibrio cholera in tuna products and the compliance of the distribution process with ISO 28000. The information technology (IT)-based supply chain traceability system for tuna is proposed and discussed in this paper, along with the implementation issues. The proposed system is equipped with the ability of recording and documenting all pertinent information related to products, processes, and actors involved along the supply chain to support quick and accurate monitoring and decision making. One of the abilities of the proposed system is to track tuna movement throughout the supply chain cycle with the use of RFID technologies that use tags sending electronic identification codes and relevant data to targeted receivers in the system.
    Keywords: Information technology, Supply chain, Traceability, Tuna fish

  2. University, Korea.Liyantono, Yudi Setiawan, Alvin Fatikhunnada, Muhammad Tajul Arifin. 2016. Analysis of Cropping Calendar in Northern Area of West Java using Temporal MODIS Data.

    West Java is the province that experienced the largest rice field in Java Island. Land cover monitoring method with MODIS has been done by developed acquisition system and image data processing that allows user to monitor agricultural landuse pattern and its dynamic. The aim of this research is to analyzed cropping pattern based on cropping calendar and monitoring data in northern area of West Java. MODIS product that used in this research is MOD13Q1, which take daily vegetation index data to display seasonal dynamics pattern of rice fields. MODIS EVI dataset has contains atmospheric disturbances, therefore correction signal by wavelet coiflet transformation filter needed to reduce its. Then crop pattern grouping was done by k-mean methods to get the same group of cropping pattern, intensity, and changes. The results showed an actual cropping pattern was less appropriated within cropping calendar. Based on the overlay analyzed, 22% of the actual cropping pattern was appropriate with cropping calendar and 76% was behind cropping calendar for the planting schedule until December. However, for the planting schedule after December, 35% of the actual cropping pattern was appropriate with cropping calendar and 36% was faster than cropping calendar. The cropping pattern based on monitoring data could be improved and update the cropping calendar for better schedule.

    MODIS, Cropping pattern, Cropping calendar, Seasonal dynamics

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