LAPAN Encourages IT Services Improvement for the Development of Fields of Interest
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09 Aug 2017 •
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LAPAN appeared as one of the panellists in the 16th Asia IOT Business Platform conference on 7-8 August 2017 in Jakarta. This activity is as a meeting forum of telecommunication industry, information technology (IT) industry, and government institution. Such forum was initiated to exchange information on the latest utilization of IT and telecommunications, as well as to share the experience of product development and service applications.
In the interactive dialogue, the Head of Information Technology and Standard of Aeronautics and Space Center, Chusnul Tri Judianto, explained the role of LAPAN in developing national space technology. He also explained the results of the development of IT-based services in the field of space. This service is to facilitate the public in accessing space information. "We encourage the increased reliability of national IT infrastructure so that IOT technology adoption process can run well," he said.
Lately, the era of digitalization has driven the interaction of almost all community, especially in urban areas. They use the internet as the primary means of communication. IOT technology, stands for Internet of Thing, is an interconnected system which consists of computing devices, mechanical and digital machines and objects, also the people with unique identifiers and with the ability to transfer data over the network. Thus, without the need for direct interaction between humans, but between people with machines, this technology is increasingly popular and becomes a choice in building an operational working system.
Such activity was involving the contribution of several telecommunication companies such as Inmarsat, Indosat, AST, as well as IT industry from Indonesia, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia. In addition to LAPAN, there are other government institutions such as the Ministry of Public Works and People's Housing, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, and the Ministry of Education and Culture. This activity was supported by the Ministry of Communications and Informations.
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