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Suryani V.,UGM | Suryani V.,Telkom University | Selo,UGM | Widyawan,UGM
Proceedings of 2016 8th International Conference on Information Technology and Electrical Engineering: Empowering Technology for Better Future, ICITEE 2016 | Year: 2016

Internet of Things (IoT) brings a new paradigm of 'talking' sensors or objects with the help of the Internet. Important data from objects are sent for mining or processing purpose into critical information. Internet makes the data vulnerable to the threat of attacks, so some secure ways are needed to secure the data communications process. Restriction access only to certain trustable objects can also be an alternative solution for mitigating attacks. In this paper we made a literature survey on trust in the area of IoT. Furthermore, some research challenges that can be developed with the topic of trust in the IoT area also described. © 2016 IEEE.


Wicaksono R.,Gadjah Mada University | Firmansyah E.,UGM | Isnaeni B.S.M.,UGM
Proceedings of 2016 8th International Conference on Information Technology and Electrical Engineering: Empowering Technology for Better Future, ICITEE 2016 | Year: 2016

Driving a high current-high power brushless direct current (BLDC) motor is not as simple as driving smaller one. Simple block commutated control will not adequate due to interaction of high current and parasitic components. The high current aspect requires careful consideration not only in components selection and printed circuit board design but also in control scheme. This paper will show the effect of a three-phase inverter driving a high power BLDC motor controlled by three scheme: 1) direct driving, 2) current limited, and 3) current controlled. It can be shown that current controlled scheme gives the best result in terms of inverter survivability. © 2016 IEEE.


News Article | May 12, 2017
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SEATTLE, WA, May 12, 2017-- On March 29, 2017, Rick Burke and Derek Sears demonstrated theandsystems as part of the Technical Session on Human Thermal Modeling and Measurement for Automotive Applications (2017 ThermoAnalytics Global UGM).Their presentation included a technology overview, practical applications for the manikins and a demonstration on how to couple measurement results with simulation using TAITherm software with Human Thermal Module to provide more insight into end-user thermal response and comfort.There was an overflow crowd of 30+ present for the entire session, and the manikins were informative hosts. The STAN Seat Test Manikin was demonstrated on a new, OEM automotive luxury seat with active heating/cooling functions. The manikin clearly identified heating and cooling rates at different seat settings, and also the spatial uniformity of the active functions. A demonstration of the HVAC manikin was conducted using a heat lamp and fan to generate real-time transient events, and TAITherm software was used to perform the data analysis.It was a powerful and eye-opening demo that highlighted the synergy between measurement and simulation. By measuring true boundary conditions with precision manikins, the variability associated with human testing or the uncertainty of pure simulation can be avoided. Using virtual simulation for data analysis of true boundary conditions translates the measurements into human subject-relevant thermal sensation and comfort ratings. Thermetrics (a subsidiary of Measurement Technology NW) designs and manufactures a wide range of advanced test instruments for measuring and evaluating the thermal characteristics of textiles, garments, and dynamic thermal environments such as automobile, truck, and aircraft interiors. The company's comprehensive line of thermal manikins, guarded hotplates, and flame test systems support all major test standards for measuring thermal insulation, thermal protection, and moisture permeability values.


News Article | May 16, 2017
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Genedata, a leading provider of advanced software solutions for R&D, today announced its global Genedata Screener User Group Meetings, which will be held in Boston, Cambridge/UK, Shanghai, and Tokyo. These forums give Genedata Screener users the opportunity to share best practices in screening data analysis and learn about the latest advances in screening technologies and applications. They also enable customers to network with scientists and informaticians from some of the world’s premier pharmaceutical companies, academic research institutions, and contract research organizations. Scientists and researchers from Agios Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca, Biogen, Broad Institute, Constellation Pharmaceuticals, Daiichi Sankyo, EMD Serono, Evotec, MRC Technology, and UCB are among attendees at this year’s global User Group Meetings. “Screener User Group Meetings are valuable knowledge-sharing events,” said Suvarna Khare-Pandit, a research scientist with Vertex Pharmaceuticals. “Agenda topics are comprehensive and balanced, giving you insights into how other researchers are using Screener. These meetings are a great opportunity to network with my peers and the Genedata Screener team.” At the Boston User Group Meeting (UGM), Khare-Pandit will deliver a presentation on how Vertex uses Genedata Screener for assay validation and compound screening with high-content image data analysis. Customer Collaboration Key to Innovation “Close collaborations and regular discussions with customers are part of the Genedata DNA,” said Dr. Othmar Pfannes, CEO of Genedata. “This level of engagement enables us to acquire a deeper understanding of our customers’ requirements so that we can continuously develop better solutions that keep us at the frontier of science and technology.” Regional and accessible, Genedata Screener UGMs promote dialogue between screening sciences and data sciences. They also provide an opportunity to share insights on current and future functionality in Genedata Screener. For example, Relay Therapeutics will detail how it uses Genedata Screener in the cloud to enhance collaborative research and screening data analysis. Other presentations will address Genedata Screener applications in areas such as Automated Patch Clamp (APC), Compound Combination Screening, High Content Screening (HCS), and Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR). Editorial Note: The following are among the customer presentations that will be featured at global UGMs: About Genedata Genedata transforms data into intelligence with innovative software solutions and domain-specific consulting services that automate complex, large-scale experimental processes and enable organizations to maximize the ROI from their R&D. Founded in 1997, Genedata is headquartered in Switzerland and has offices in Germany, the UK, Japan, and the US. http://www.genedata.com. Follow Genedata on LinkedIn Disclaimer The statements in this press release that relate to future plans, events or performance are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including risks associated with uncertainties related to contract cancellations, developing risks, competitive factors, uncertainties pertaining to customer orders, demand for products and services, development of markets for the Company's products and services. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof. The Company undertakes no obligation to release publicly the result of any revisions to these forward-looking statements that may be made to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events. All product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.


HORSHAM, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc., (NASDAQ: QSII) today kicked off its annual User Group Meeting (NextGen™ ONE UGM) at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, NV. This year there will be a focus on educating clients on the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) and its final rule released October 14, 2016, as well as CMS’ Quality Payment Program (QPP). The four-day conference will include nu


Putra J.T.,UGM | Sarjiya,UGM | Isnaeni BS M.,UGM
ICITACEE 2015 - 2nd International Conference on Information Technology, Computer, and Electrical Engineering: Green Technology Strengthening in Information Technology, Electrical and Computer Engineering Implementation, Proceedings | Year: 2016

Voltage and power flow changes caused by Photovoltaic Generation (PV) source will emerge a new challenge towards a conventional distribution system. This study aims to measure the effect of PV source presence on voltage fluctuation disturbance occured in an electrical power transmission network. In this paper, 70 kV-voltage transmission systems were decreased to 10 kV-distribution feeders and modelled in OpenDSS and MATLAB to investigate the impact of PV generation. A comparison between distribution system without and with PV source was shown. The voltage magnitude of each bus of the distribution systems and transmission systems was analysed. This study then showed that power change from PV source per hour could affect voltage magnitude in distribution and transmission system. © 2015 IEEE.


Putranto L.M.,UGM | Perdana J.W.,UGM | Isnaeni M.,UGM
Proceedings - 2013 International Conference on Information Technology and Electrical Engineering: "Intelligent and Green Technologies for Sustainable Development", ICITEE 2013 | Year: 2013

The line outage of a power system may cause overloads on the lines, overvoltage on buses, and undervoltage on buses that can threat the power system security itself. The effect of the contingency of each power system element is vary. Power Load Performance Indexes as one of the contingency indexes can be implemented to rank the contingency level of each power system lines. N-1 contingency line is applied at 500 kV Jawa Bali Transmission System to rank the severe of contingency and to evaluate the effect of contingency of each element. Tanjung Jati-Ungaran line has the biggest contingency index which means it would be the worst scenario of the line outage. © 2013 IEEE.


Maghfiroh H.,UGM | Ataka A.,UGM | Wahyunggoro O.,UGM | Cahyadi A.I.,UGM
Proceeding - 2013 International Conference on Computer, Control, Informatics and Its Applications: "Recent Challenges in Computer, Control and Informatics", IC3INA 2013 | Year: 2013

In this paper, the speed control problem of DC Motor is presented. Three different control algorithms, namely PID, Fuzzy, and LQR were designed and implemented. These controller were applied to the DC motor, and their performance and energy controller output were compared each other on the basis of unit-step response, disturbance rejection, and signal tracking. The aim of this comparative is to find the most optimal energy controller in the same task. The simulation results show that LQR is the most optimal energy controller compare with PID and Fuzzy. © 2013 IEEE.


Tontowi A.E.,UGM | Sihaloho R.I.,UGM | Sosiati H.,Laboratorium Penelitian Pusat Terpadu
AIP Conference Proceedings | Year: 2016

Synthetic hydroxyapatite (HA) and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) are among biomaterials that individually has been used in bone defect restoration. Pure HA powder is bioactive and biocompatible material, but it was difficult to be shaped into certain geometry as needed in many cases of restoration. While, PMMA may cause necrosis at the bone-cement interface due to the heat released during polymerization. In shaping technology, a 3D Printer technology is capable to cope a complex geometry and shape, but it is recently only dedicated for the non-medical application. In this study, HA was composed with PMMA to form biocomposite that potentially applicable as a feeder material of the 3D Printer. PMMA powder was blended with various concentration of MMA liquid (40, 45, 50, 55 and 60% v/w) to form PMMA pasta. This pasta was then composed of HA (powder) in various ratios (10, 20 and 30% w/w) and cast into a specimen mold. Tests were performed to observe diametral tensile strength and solidification time relevant to the need of printing application. Results show that increasing MMA within PMMA could make longer solidification time and reduce its tensile strength. Although, HA within PMMA may reduce the composite tensile strength, but it could improve its solidification time and important to improve its bioactive and osteoconductivity and even to speed up solidification process that needed in faster printing. © 2016 Author(s).


New - Record A Keepsake Video of Your Child's Reaction to Santa's Verdict of "Naughty" or "Nice" MONTREAL, Nov. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The most magical time of the year is here, and for many families worldwide, the Christmas holiday wouldn't be complete without personalized video messages from Santa to the kids and kids-at-heart by Portable North Pole (PNP). The No 1 mobile Santa app is considered a cherished, modern tradition with more than 125 million videos viewed worldwide. PNP lets you create and send adorable videos and calls online or with the free mobile app. New this year – a special Reaction Recorder (mobile app only) that lets you capture the moment of joy and surprise when Santa Claus reveals whether your child is on his "naughty" or "nice" list – creating a cherished keepsake for parents. It only takes a few minutes to craft a magical video from Santa that your child, friends and family members will remember forever. Create a video by entering details such as name, age and the gift your loved one is hoping for, and upload favorite pictures. To craft a personalized video message, simply visit the PNP website or download the mobile app: US- iOS and Android Canada- iOS and Android  UK- for iOS and Android The end result is a richly visual, cinematic video where the iconic Santa Claus himself addresses your child, friends and family members directly from his home in the North Pole. In addition to the Reaction Recorder, the mobile app also offers fun extras for little ones, including holiday games to play, like shaking ornaments off a tree, and having Santa's elves repeat what kids say back to them in their endearing elf voices. PNP offers free videos for everyone, with the option to upgrade to a premium package, including the Video Pass ($8.99/USD, $9.99/CAD, £6.99/GBP) or Magic Pass ($12.99/USD, $13.99/CAD, £9.99/GBP). An upgrade from Video to Magic Pass is $3.99/USD, $3.99/CAD, £2.99/GBP. Both packages provide enchanting premium video storylines to choose from, with each offering five or more minutes of footage featuring several adorable experiences to watch, such as visiting with the elves as they work on your Big Book or see them in busy with the reindeer on Christmas Eve, as well as the Reaction Recorder (mobile app only). They also let you create an unlimited number of premium videos, and come with a special "Santa's Coming" video to watch on Christmas Eve and birthday messages. The Magic Pass also includes wonderful holiday messages from Santa that kids can listen to on the phone, and four story time videos read by Santa himself, that are made available each week leading up to Christmas. To help spread a little extra cheer to those who may need it the most, PNP donates five percent of all online sales proceeds to more than 40 children's hospitals around the world. More than $300,000 has been donated on behalf of PNP's fans since 2012. PNP can be enjoyed in 180 countries and in six different languages:  English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. For more information, please visit Portable North Pole at https://www.portablenorthpole.com. About UGroupMedia creator of Portable North Pole UGroupMedia Inc (UGM), established in 2008 and based in Montreal, Canada specializes in making Christmas magic for families around the world by creating, distributing and publishing Portable North Pole. PNP offers personalised digital experiences delivered via PortableNorthPole.com, iOS and Android mobile applications, television, consumer products, in-store experiences and more.

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