5th North American International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management

Sustainable Mobility, Development of Integrated Public Transportation Technology 4.0 GIS supports Regional Development

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Sustainable transportation is a new idea in solving problems that exist in big cities. However, in its implementation and development, not all aspects of transportation can be realized. Therefore, to see the readiness of the city of Yogyakarta in sustainable transportation development, it can be measured using the concept of Brotodewo. This concept looks at transportation from 3 aspects, namely economic, social, and environmental. These aspects are considered suitable for measuring each Yogyakarta city. The results show that 2 indicators from the economic aspect can be met and support sustainable transportation. Whereas 3 social aspects are only 1 fulfilled and environmental aspects of 2 indicators only 1 fulfilled (Andika Alam Nugraha, 2020) Commuting activity is a form of non-permanent mobility that has developed in big cities and its surroundings. Commuters or people who do commuting play a role in this development. The existence of commuters leads to development in the commuter's origin and destination areas. Among the developments that have occurred are related to the provision of adequate transportation and overcoming congestion problems. The results of the 2019 Mebidang Commuter Survey show that, of the nearly 4 million Mebidang residents aged 5 years and over, 9.7 percent are commuters. Deli Serdang district has the highest percentage of commuters in Mebidang with 15.8 percent, followed by Binjai City (11.5 percent). Meanwhile, Medan City has the lowest percentage of commuters with 3.4 percent. The results of the 2019 Jabodetabek Commuter Survey show that of the 29 million Jabodetabek residents aged 5 years and over, around 11 percent are commuters. The highest percentage is in Depok City, namely 19.6 percent, while the district / city with the lowest percentage is Bekasi Regency, which is 7.3 percent (BPS, 2019). Sustainable mobility research, the development of integrated public transportation with GIS 4.0 technology to support regional development, was carried out to increase the competitiveness of regional development in East Java. This research was carried out to see the weakness in the development of integrated public transportation 4.0 technology. The research objective is to make integrated public transportation research products, based on geographic information technology 4.0. Research methods, secondary data collection, data analysis, continued with the preparation of digital data and the preparation of geographic information technology 4.0 in the form of web GIS and mobile GIS (Android / iOS). A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a special information system that manages data that has spatial (spatial reference) information. Or in a more narrow sense, is a computer system that has the ability to build, store, manage and display geographically efficient information, for example data identified by location, in a database. In general, the notion of a Geographical Information System is a component consisting of hardware, software, geographic data and human resources that work together effectively to enter, store, repair, update, manage, manipulate, integrate, analyze and display data in information. geographically based. (Prahasta, Eddy, 2003 in Masudara, Jenry J, 2015). According to Pressman (Pressman, 2010 in Masudara, Jenry J, 2015), the waterfall model is a classic model that is systematic, sequential in building software. The name of this model is actually "Linear Sequential Model". This model is often referred to as the “classic life cycle” or waterfall model. The following is an explanation of the steps in the Waterfall model: (1) Communication; This step is an analysis of system requirements. Data collection in this stage can be carried out by conducting a research, interview or literature study; (2) Planning; This stage will produce a schedule or plan that will be carried out in the research; (3) Modeling; The design process will translate the requirements into a software design that can be estimated before coding; (4) Construction; Construction is the stage of making code or coding. Coding is the translation of design or modeling in a language that can be recognized by computers. After the coding is complete, testing will be carried out on the system that has been created. The purpose of testing is to find errors in the system and then fix them; (5) Delivery of the system to customers / users; This stage can be said to be final in making a system. After analyzing, designing and coding the finished system will be used by the user

Published in: 5th North American International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Detroit, USA

Publisher: IEOM Society International
Date of Conference: August 9-11, 2020

ISBN: 978-0-9855497-8-7
ISSN/E-ISSN: 2169-8767