INTERNET-BASED MONITORING THINGS SYSTEM AS A MEANS OF PREVENTING AMMO STORE FIRE IN INDONESIAN NAVAL SHIP

  • Priyadi Hartoko Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Angkatan Laut (STTAL)
  • Estu Setia Widodo Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Angkatan Laut (STTAL)
  • Anton Nugroho Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Angkatan Laut (STTAL)

Abstract

In order to carry out the main tasks of the Indonesian Navy, namely maintaining the national defense and law enforcement at sea, it is necessary to have trained personnel and adequate weaponry, which is often known as the Integrated Fleet Weapon System (SSAT). One of the examples of an old Indonesian Naval Ship which is still active in operation is the Indonesian Naval Ship Striking class. It is necessary to have ammunition storage with a maximum temperature is 32° Celsius and maximum humidity is 80%. In order to reduce the possibility of fire, it is necessary to have a monitoring system that is accurate, quick, and flexible. With the existence of the tools has made that is a Monitoring System Based on the Internet of Things, it is hoped that monitoring of the ammunition warehouse can be faster, more flexible, remote, and mobile, and ensure that ammunition storage fits its standard. The device made is able to produce an alarm if the temperature is higher than 32° Celsius, the humidity is more than 80%, also if there is smoke in the store. The monitoring System is built using V1, temperature and humidity sensor SHT 30, and smoke sensor MQ-135. humidity more than 80% also if there is smoke in the store. With the existence of alarms as early warning and automation systems for temperature and humidity and smoke in the storage, the risk of fire can be minimized and the loss of personnel and materials can be avoided.


Keywords: Indonesian Naval Ship, Ammunition Storage, Monitoring, Internet of Things.

Published
2021-09-28
How to Cite
HARTOKO, Priyadi; WIDODO, Estu Setia; NUGROHO, Anton. INTERNET-BASED MONITORING THINGS SYSTEM AS A MEANS OF PREVENTING AMMO STORE FIRE IN INDONESIAN NAVAL SHIP. JOURNAL ASRO, [S.l.], v. 12, n. 3, p. 79-88, sep. 2021. ISSN 2722-5763. Available at: <https://asrojournal-sttal.ac.id/index.php/ASRO/article/view/500>. Date accessed: 24 apr. 2024.
Keywords:
Indonesian Naval Ship, Ammunition Storage, Monitoring, Internet of Things.