Aria Hendrawan, Rifi Wijayanti Dual Arifin
February 25, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 150 Pages
ISBN 9780367338329 - CAT# 319322
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Technology development is critical in the Industrial Revolution 4.0 nowadays. Engineering, information systems, information technology, and also agricultural technology development play a vital role in this era. Technology development has an impact on all aspects of people lives. The main goal of the conference was to give an overview of the newest research in civil engineering, electrical engineering, information systems, information technology and agricultural technology in relation with the global digital revolution 4.0.
The proceedings consists of papers, selected after a rigid review process, covering several areas in plant science engineering, including agriculture technology, food and nutrient technology, and agrotechnology. Electrical and information technology, civil engineering and planology were also included as a part of the research treated in the proceedings. It will provide details beyond what is possible to be included in an oral presentation and constitutes a concise and timely medium for the dissemination of recent research results. SCIS Conference Proceedings 2019 will be invaluable to professionals and academics in civil engineering, electrical engineering, information systems, information technology, and agricultural technology to prepare for the digital revolution 4.0.
Smart Transportation that Integrated with Information and Communication Technology will Accelerate Formation of Smart City
Integrading Earth & Disaster Science to Enable Sustainable Adaptation & Mitigation
Using Satellite Images and GIS for Proposing Practical Mitigation Measures Against Floods Affecting Semarang City, Indonesia
The Influence of Compressive Strength of Mortar Geopolimer on Addition of Carbit Waste Ash with Curing Oven System
Internet of Things Modeling for Public Lighting
Securing Client and Server Connection from Parameter Tampering Using Time Based Hash Encryption
Estimating the water infiltration capability of the weathered volcanic and alluvial soils based on their moisture content