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Framework Pangan45.id, Start-Up Android Bidang Pangan untuk Mendukung Kemandirian dan Ketahanan Pangan Indonesia

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  • Rosyid Ridlo Al Hakim Universitas Jenderal Soedirman
  • Yanuar Z. Arief Universiti Malaysia Sarawak; Universitas Global Jakarta
  • Agung Pangestu Universitas Global Jakarta
  • Ariep Jaenul Universitas Global Jakarta

Keywords:

android, framework, kemandirian dan ketahanan, pangan, start-up

Abstract

Abstrak

Kebutuhan pangan hingga saat ini dipengaruhi beberapa sektor termasuk teknologi. Sistem pangan yang ada selama ini dipengaruhi pula oleh kondisi perubahan iklim. Perubahan iklim yang tidak sesuai dengan kondisi pertanian akan mempengaruhi produktivitas hasil pertanian, dan akan ada potensi terjadinya krisis pangan. Seiring berkembangnya start-up digital memungkinkan berbagai pihak untuk membangun start-up di berbagai bidang, termasuk pertanian atau pangan. Melihat perkembangan teknologi ini, serta kondisi perubahan iklim yang mempengaruhi sektor pertanian untuk pangan, maka riset ini bertujuan untuk merancang framework aplikasi berbasis Android untuk start-up di bidang pangan bernama “pangan45.id”, demi mewujudkan kemandirian pangan dan ketahanan pangan di Indonesia. Kami berharap, setiap pengguna dapat secara mandiri mengolah hingga memproduksi hasil pangan secara mandiri dan dapat di komersialkan. Metode penelitian dalam merancang aplikasi start-up mobile “pangan45.id” berbasis Android ini menggunakan software development life cycle (SDLC) metode waterfall. Framework akan dibangun untuk dapat menjalankan start-up “pangan45.id” di aplikasi Android. Perancangan framework untuk aplikasi start-up “pangan45.id” dapat diaplikasikan pada pembangunan dan pengembangan aplikasi mobile berbasis sistem operasi Android. Sistem yang dirancang dapat membuat pengguna melakukan kegiatan bercocok tanaman pangan dan menjualnya, membeli produk pangan, dan melakukan pengecekan kondisi cuaca terkini di sekitarnya. Pengembangan lebih lanjut dengan pemanfaatan IoT berbasis sensor dapat meningkatkan kemampuan aplikasi start-up “pangan45.id” dalam kegiatan bercocok tanaman pangan, sehingga dapat mendukung terciptanya kemandirian pangan dan ketahanan pangan di Indonesia.

Abstract

Now, food needs have influence by several sectors including technology. The existing food system is also affects by climate change conditions. Climate change that is not in accordance with agricultural conditions will affect the productivity of agricultural products, and there will be a potential for a food crisis. Along with the development of digital start-ups, it allows various parties to build start-ups in various fields, including agriculture. Seeing the development of this technology, as well as the conditions of climate change that affect the agricultural sector, this research aims to design an Android-based app framework for e-agricultural start-up called "pangan45.id", in order to realize food independence and food security in Indonesia. We hope that each user can independently process it to produce food products independently and can be commercialized. The research method in designed an Android-based start-up application "pangan45.id" used the waterfall SDLC method. The framework will be built to be able to run the start-up "pangan45.id" in Android app. The framework design for the start-up application "pangan45.id” based on the Android OS. This system designed to enable users to carry out activities to grow food crops and sell them, buy food products, and check the latest weather conditions in their surroundings. Further development with the use of sensor-based IoT can increase the ability of the start-up application "pangan45.id" in activities to grow food crops, so that it can support the creation of food independence and food security in Indonesia.

Author Biographies

Yanuar Z. Arief, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak; Universitas Global Jakarta

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering;

Teknik Elektro, Fakultas Teknik dan Ilmu Komputer

Agung Pangestu, Universitas Global Jakarta

Teknik Elektro, Fakultas Teknik dan Ilmu Komputer

Ariep Jaenul, Universitas Global Jakarta

Teknik Elektro, Fakultas Teknik dan Ilmu Komputer

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Published

2021-05-24

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