Online information system for data collection of cattle quality

The purpose of this research is to produce the prototype of an online information system for data collection of cattle quality in Semarang regency.

Authors: E Sugiharti, R Arifudin and A T Putra
 
Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 983, conference 1
 
Abstract
 
Innovation and development of the science and technology which proclaimed by the government through Ristekdikti need to be supported. On the other hand, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries began introducing the Cattle Card system that contains the identity of each farm animal. Therefore, UNNES especially the Department of Computer Science of FMIPA UNNES, need to give positive contribution in the field of Science and Technology to support the manual system of Cattle Card, through the preparation of prototype of the online information system of data collection of cattle in Semarang regency. The main problem is how to monitor the data of cattle quality through online information system in Semarang regency?
 
The purpose of this research is to produce the prototype of an online information system for data collection of cattle quality in Semarang regency.
 
Main activities:
(1) Prepare the flowchart of an online system for data collection of cattle quality.
(2) Collecting data to obtain data on identity descriptions of each cattle, owners, mutation records, and health records of livestock cattle.
(3) Creation of the prototype of an online information system for data collection of cattle quality in Semarang Regency.
 
The results,
(1) had been produced the prototype of an online information system for data collection of cattle in the region of Semarang regency.
(2) Socialization of the online information system for cattle quality data collection and exploring input from various related stakeholders.
(3) There had been a limited trial of prototypes of the system in Pabelan district in the working area of the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries of Semarang regency and succeeded well.
 
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Illustration Photo: Cattle farms in East Kalimantan, Indonesia (credits: Mokhamad Edliadi / CIFOR http://cifor.org / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0))

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