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Simulasi Sistem Informasi Posisi Kereta Api Dengan Menggunakan GPS untuk Keselamatan Penumpang

Murtadlo, Ali and Arifin, Firman and ., Setiawardhana (2010) Simulasi Sistem Informasi Posisi Kereta Api Dengan Menggunakan GPS untuk Keselamatan Penumpang. EEPIS Final Project.

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    ABSTRACT Railway Accident (KA) is very troubling, both for passengers and for PT. Kereta Api (Persero). Based on data from the Directorate of Railway Transport Department of RI that in 2004 up to year 2008, the total collision between train reaches the number of 28 accidents with 345 lightly injured people, injured 340 people and killed 160 inhabitants of the world achieve. The high accident rate, 35% caused by a lack Human Resources (HR) railway operators. The system is equipped with GPS technology, designed to help facilitate the railway operator in knowing where the location of the current position of train travel using SMS gateway, so that collision between trains can be reduced. Mechanism testing system by comparing the distances between stations based on latitude and longitude data of the GPS tracking with actual distance from Google Earth. Test results indicate a difference between the commuter train, the economy and express. On the economic train percentage of error distance between stations is much smaller than express trains. The magnitude of error in the express train (8.45%) due to lack of GPS time required to update the latest coordinate data. Therefore, this system is ideal when used to train with the high speed of 50-70km/hour. Keywords: Train, GPS, SMS gateway, latitude, longitude.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
    Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA76 Computer software
    Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics > School of Electronics and Computer Science
    Depositing User: Mrs Hani Syarifati
    Date Deposited: 15 Apr 2011 21:58
    Last Modified: 15 Apr 2011 21:58

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