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2022 ◽  
Vol 34 (2) ◽  
pp. 1-17
Rahman A. B. M. Salman ◽  
Lee Myeongbae ◽  
Lim Jonghyun ◽  
Yongyun Cho ◽  
Shin Changsun

Energy has been obtained as one of the key inputs for a country's economic growth and social development. Analysis and modeling of industrial energy are currently a time-insertion process because more and more energy is consumed for economic growth in a smart factory. This study aims to present and analyse the predictive models of the data-driven system to be used by appliances and find out the most significant product item. With repeated cross-validation, three statistical models were trained and tested in a test set: 1) General Linear Regression Model (GLM), 2) Support Vector Machine (SVM), and 3) boosting Tree (BT). The performance of prediction models measured by R2 error, Root Mean Squared Error (RMSE), Mean Absolute Error (MAE), and Coefficient of Variation (CV). The best model from the study is the Support Vector Machine (SVM) that has been able to provide R2 of 0.86 for the training data set and 0.85 for the testing data set with a low coefficient of variation, and the most significant product of this smart factory is Skelp.

2022 ◽  
pp. 59-73
Denis Pashchenko

Competition in industry of software production as well as in IT sector has special features. Understanding current trends and complex connections between software industry and world economic development gives new ideas about competition in the IT domain. One of the key trends is digital transformation. It is supported by software, but it also has a strong impact on the software development industry and provides the new opportunities in software production and IT business change management. The main idea of the paper is total automation and a focus on measurable processes that give a continual flow of digital data that should be used on different levels of a company's management, business development, production processes, and even client's perception of the software product. Management of those core activities, based on such digital data flows, is becoming sophisticated and more flexible, based on relevant and estimated indicators. In this article, there is a multifactor analysis of digitalization in software engineering and IT business management with a focus on change management. The main results of research are demonstrating how the influence of digitalization could be used in competition.

2021 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 15-22
Ali Idrus ◽  
Bradley Setiyadi ◽  
Denny Denmar ◽  
Robin Pratama

Agricultural development policies are implemented to improve food security, develop agribusiness, and improve farmers' welfare so that the agricultural products produced must meet the requirements for quantity, quality, and sustainability, as well as being competitive and easy to obtain at affordable prices. The potential that exists in the form of food agricultural products, horticultural plantations, livestock, and agro-tourism development needs to be managed properly through the existence of BUMDes and village cooperatives. Therefore, mentoring activities, in the form of training and counseling on the procedures for establishing BUMDes and cooperatives for the sustainability of agricultural product management, both pre- and post-harvest. This service will provide training and counseling to farmer groups in Pesisir Bukit Village, Kerinci Regency, so that they can establish BUMDes and cooperatives to increase agricultural commodity yields and develop village potential. The end result of this service activity is that farmers can manage agricultural products and develop village potential through BUMDes and cooperatives so that they have an impact on improving living standards.    

2021 ◽  
Vol 6 (12) ◽  
pp. 2257-2264
Ratika Tulus Wahyuhana ◽  
Endah Tisnawati ◽  
Jeki Trimarstuti

Cultural values must be strengthened as part of local wisdom by increasing community capacity in the management and innovation of tourist attractions. Cultural activities in Dewa Bronto Tourism Village have been running for some time, but their management is still subpar. The community does strongly support tourism activities, but community participation in managing the potential of tourist villages remains low. This service activity aims to increase community involvement in managing the cultural event of Dewa Bronto Tourism Village in Brontokusuman Village through an empowerment approach. Mentoring activities are carried out at various stages of socialization, tourism village management training, tourism product management, and marketing the potential of tourist villages. Implementing community service activities has the potential to increase knowledge, community skills, and form awareness and independence in the management of tourist villages, particularly cultural events. Implementing the program has the potential to increase knowledge, community skills, and form awareness and independence in the management of tourist villages, particularly cultural events. This is demonstrated by the community's active participation in organizing cultural events on its own. Furthermore, the community participated in cultural-themed tourism competitions at the Yogyakarta City level.

B. Manikandan ◽  
H Rajalakshmi ◽  
Akshara Narayanan

Modern Dev+Ops is allowing organizations to meet the evolving needs of their customers faster and more consistently by closing the gap between dev and ops functions.Companies of all shapes and sizes have tossed aside waterfall product management cycles and embraced agile and DevOps for the promise of faster innovation, improved security, performance, and resilience, as well as happier developers and customers. But even with all of the benefits of DevOps, it isn’t perfect. DevOps came into existence before developing and hosting applications in the cloud was a standard practice, and though it has been around for a long time, it is still largely open to interpretation from one organization to the other. For example, many organizations still consider DevOps to be a dedicated team, and in other cases, it can mean developers doing all of the operations work. As technology has evolved, so has our definition of DevOps. We call this approach Modern Dev+Ops, andit is centered around bringing developers and operations closer by sharing operational tasks like compliance, observability, resilience, and infrastructure earlier into the development process and enhancing it with AI/ML.

2021 ◽  
Magdalena Rusch ◽  
Josef Peter Schöggl ◽  
Rupert J. Baumgartner

Digital technologies (DTs), such as the internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence or blockchain, are considered as enablers for a more sustainable and circular economy. So far, literature on these topics has mostly focused on specific DTs and sub-areas of sustainable product management (SPM). The aim of this paper is to provide a more comprehensive overview of current and potential examples of DT applications in SPM (e.g., product design/assessment, supply chain management, business models). The collected examples (n=146) were analyzed based on a systematic literature review, using quantitative and qualitative content analysis. Deductive and inductive analyses of the examples revealed the potential of DTs in terms of their useability along the product life cycle, their role as enablers for circular economy strategies and in specific SPM activities. DT application often entails only incremental improvements, e.g., increased efficiency of existing processes, with more radical forms of improvement remaining relatively scarce. There is clear room for greater adoption and optimization of DTs, in various areas of SPM, so as to accelerate the transition towards a more sustainable and circular economy.

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