11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management

A Framework for Developing Model for Measuring Readiness, Economic Benefits, and Economic Feasibility of Standard Implementation: A Case Study

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Track: Work Design, Measurement and ISO

The increasing consumption of fossil fuels and the increasing emergency of environmental pollution and the issue of global energy sustainability have prompted efforts to reduce the use of fossil fuel products. Currently, the Indonesian government is considering electric vehicles as a replacement technology for fossil fuel vehicles. To support the program, swap battery technology is being considered as an innovation for alternative refueling options as swap batteries provide a faster, hassle-free method of refueling vehicles. As an innovation, swap battery technology needs to be supported by standardization to help successful commercialization, reduce time to market, and reduce various types of risks. Based on previous research, the development of a national standard design model for swap battery testing has been carried out and a standard draft has been generated. The goal of standard development is of course to be adopted and implemented. In order to expedite the implementation of the swap battery standard, several assessments are required of the stakeholders involved, regarding the effectiveness of standard implementation in the whole system. This study aims to propose a framework to develop a measurement model for the effectiveness of the implementation of the swap battery standard by considering the readiness of battery stakeholders in applying the standard, the economic benefits of implementing the standard, and a techno-economic analysis to measure the investment feasibility of the swap battery testing system. Stakeholder readiness is measured by considering the readiness of technology components of technoware, humanware, inforware and orgaware. Meanwhile, the assessment of the economic benefits of standard implementation is measured using ISO methodology. Finally, a techno-economic analysis is carried out by considering the ratio of costs and benefits. The model generated from this study is expected to provide insight and input to the government and stakeholders as an effort to accelerate the implementation of the swap battery standard.


swap battery, standardization, technology readiness, economic benefits, economic feasibility

Published in: 11th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Singapore, Singapore

Publisher: IEOM Society International
Date of Conference: March 7-11, 2021

ISBN: 978-1-7923-6124-1
ISSN/E-ISSN: 2169-8767