- +DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF VISUAL ODOMETRY SYSTEM USING QUADCOPTER FOR INVENTORY MAINTENANCE (page : 1 – 7)
Dr. Satheesh Kumar Gopal
Department of Mechanical Engineering
SSN College of Engineering
Karnik Ram, Harish S., Apeksha Avinash Somalinga & Hanis S.
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
SSN College of Engineering
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There is a growing interest in the design of aerial vehicles with advanced autonomous capabilities and many have already found their way into military and civil applications. However, while the focus has been on the development of these outdoor vehicles, little attention has been given to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in indoor environments. Such aerial robots would be valuable for indoor surveillance, bomb disposal, personal assistive devices, or stock counting, which is the focus of our work. We present a navigation system for an aerial robot that uses an optic flow-based vision system for its localization, making it suitable for cluttered urban and GPS-denied indoor environments. Stock counting (or inventory counting) is implemented by the placement and detection of ArUco Markers on individual packages. The system is implemented on a quadrotor with all the computations performed on-board, and its experimental results are presented.
Keywords: Image processing, robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, inventory counting.
2. SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGIC INFLUENCE IN CHOICE OF TOURISM DESTINATION
(Case Study at Jatiluwih Tourism Village in Tabanan Regency Bali Province) (page : 8 – 19)
Dewa Putu Oka Prasiasa
STIMI Handayani Denpasar, Bali – Indonesia
This research which located at Jatiluwih World Culture Heritage are focused to problem of social media influenced as choice of vacation in tourism destination. According this research, that there are significant different between domestic tourist and foreign tourist in order to use social media as preference tourism destination choice. Domestic tourist not impacted by social media in choice of tourism destination, however foreign tourist impacted by social media in choice of tourism destination for vacation motivation.
Keyword: world culture heritage, social media, tourism destination.
3. ENRICHING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE MATERIALS BY USING YOUTUBE (page : 20 – 27)
Leon Andretti Abdillah
Faculty of Computer Science
Universitas Bina Darma
IT offers some benefits and collaborations in various sectors. This research focuses on exploring higher education subjects via social technology, YouTube. YouTube is the world largest video based contents application in the world. Current learning materials are not only in text and images, but included video contents. This research enriching students learning materials may involving YouTube as learning sources. The study observed 118 sophomore students in computer science faculty. The results show that, involving YouTube in enriching students course material able to create conductive learning environment. This stratey increases students’ understanding in their field of study.
Keywords: Socal Technology, Social Media, YouTube, SCM.
4. FRAMEWORK FOR ONLINE BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS VIA INSTANT MESSAGING USING NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING AND BUSINESS ONTOLOGY (page : 28 – 35)
Syed Abdullah Fadzli, Nur Farah Afifah Ahmad Sukri, Azrul Amri Jamal, Hasni Hassan, Rohana Ismail
Faculty of Informatics & Computing
Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin
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Instant messaging (IM) has become a popular way to communicate with clients and customers in the business world. IM is a natural way for businesses to provide real-time services to customers. It adds a flexible and comforting human element to an otherwise automated process. Nevertheless, online business activities using IM involve a lot of repetitive and redundant tasks. Current IMs only allow information sharing without any business transactions functionalities. Manually managing business on IM is highly time consuming. At present, there are no framework available for automated online business transactions utilizing IM. The objective of this study is to propose a framework for online business transactions such as product information, inventory, and order process via automated IM called Virtual Assistant (VA). The system uses Natural Language Processing and collected database. A prototype will be developed based on the proposed framework. It is anticipated that the proposed approach will serve as an automated customer service consultant that will enable fast and efficient online business transactions.
Keywords: Instant messaging, Virtual Assistant, Natural Language Processing, Business Ontology
5. MAPPING THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE RISK, SUCCESS FACTORS AND SUCCESS CRITERIA BY USING THE NETWORK ANALYSIS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS (page 36 – 49)
Faculty of Science & Engineering
University of Liverpool
Faculty of Science
The British University in Dubai
Software development project are considered one riskiest projects. Software projects have not gone up significantly compared to the amount of research that has worked to raise the success rate. Where it was observed that during previous years software projects were not completed on time, within the planned budget or in accordance with the specified quality. Complexity of interaction between the project constructs “risk, success factors and success criteria” could help one main reasons behind this failure. This paper explores the complexity of interaction between those components in order to provide the software project decision makers with useful information to build their plans to rise the success of software project.
Keywords: Complexity; Interactions; Mapping; Risk factors; software development project; centrality and network analysis.