Studies in Informatics, Technology and Systems

Studies in Informatics, Technology & Systems (SITS) is an open-access and peer-reviewd journal welcoming high-quality manuscripts of original articles, reports and literature reviews in the field of software engineering . SITS aims to mediate the fresh ideas of researchers and practitioners to accelerate the development of systems and technology.

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Studies in Informatics, Technology & Systems (SITS) is an open-access and peer-reviewd journal welcoming high-quality manuscripts of original articles, reports and literature reviews in the field of software engineering . SITS aims to mediate the fresh ideas of researchers and practitioners to accelerate the development of systems and technology.

Published
2022-07-08

Articles

IoT Monitoring for PV System Optimization in Hospital Environment Application

Purpose: The objective of this study is to implement IoT monitoring to remotely monitor PV system output and efficiency to ensure the continuous supply to ventilators and monitors in the ICU Room of RSI Siti Khadijah Palembang. Methodology/approach: The approach implemented in this study is by installing IoT Monitoring as an automatic transfer switch to ensure the continuous supply for the load. Results/findings: The IoT monitoring shows the real-time production of PV panels, battery capacity, and inverter output. Hence, the operator can monitor the PV system output and decide whether to keep using sources from PV panels or switch to grid utilities during cloudy/rainy days. Limitations: The IoT monitoring system has supervised the system's reliability, but it is necessary to improve the output and efficiency of the PV system by adding artificial intelligence algorithms and installing active cooling to prevent overheating. Contribution: This study shows the effectiveness of implementing IoT monitoring for the On-Grid PV system installed on the rooftop of RSI Siti Khadijah Palembang.

Information Technology Strategic Plan for Hospital using Ward and Peppard Model

Purpose: The objective of this research is to find IS/IT strategic plans, managerial activities, and operational activities in hospitals that can be used as proposals for IS/IT development in hospitals. Methodology/approach: The approach used in this research is the strategic planning of Ward and Peppard who conduct an analysis of the internal environment and analysis of the external environment at the hospital using various analytical tools such as SWOT, CSF, PEST, Value Chain and McFarlan Strategic Grid. Results/findings: The final result of this research is comprehensive strategic planning at the strategic, managerial, and operational levels which are expected to be in line with the business objectives of the hospital. Limitations: The limitation of this research is the mapping of application proposals that are in accordance with the business objectives of the hospital. Contribution: The final result of this research can be used as a basis for developing IT at the hospital which is expected to help in developing IT at the hospital in the future.