Pattern of Cleanliness with Technology Intervention for Innovation Life

Mulyani, Sitti Rizki and Hendrik, Billy and Putra, Rio Andhika and Masril, Mardhiah (2017) Pattern of Cleanliness with Technology Intervention for Innovation Life. In: International Conference on Environment and technology Advancing Technology for Sustainable Environment (IC -Tech) 2017, 26 - 27 July 2017, Pekanbaru Indonesia.

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Environmental solutions around the world today are making people dependent on technological developments. However, the technology cannot be separated from the community either in the form or its influence, therefore the pattern of behavior of society must also get arrangements for technology to occur as an acceleration of life done properly. This study aims to obtain patterns of community behavior on non-organic waste by using technology intervention. Gap exploration is essential for theoretical and experimental analysis of humans who dispose of unorganic and organic waste out of place. But the field of behavior analysis is uniquely tailored to contribute to this body of work. Sustainable development depends on changing technology to achieve its goals. We report on data collected form an on-line survey, which possible solutions for trash problems. In this paper we present an integrated waste management system with IT that we called I-BSC (Indonesia Bersih (Clean), Sehat (Healty) and Cerdas (Smart)). This I-BSC is not only for deposit bottles and systems but the system aims also to create awareness of waste production and management, which serves as an educational platform in urban environments for further life innovation.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: 0 Research > Ilmu Komputer > Rekayasa Perangkat Lunak
0 Research > Ilmu Komputer > Artificial Intelligence
0 Research > Ilmu Komputer
Divisions/ Fakultas/ Prodi: Fakultas Ilmu Komputer
Depositing User: Fani Alivia S.S.i
Date Deposited: 02 Oct 2023 07:27
Last Modified: 02 Oct 2023 07:27

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