Unesa.ac.id, SURABAYA—The Directorate of Innovation, Ranking and Scientific Publications, Surabaya State University launched a number of lecturer and student innovations in an activity entitled "Launching Innovation Products" in the Rectorate Lobby, Lidah Wetan Campus, on Thursday (30/11 /2023).
Director of Ranking Innovation and Scientific Publications, Prof. Nadi Suprapto, S.Pd., M.Pd., Ph.D., said that this innovation was launched for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic ended. This activity, he continued, was to showcase the products or innovations of the UNESA academic community.
According to him. The development of AI is an inseparable part of the many innovations produced by the 'Home of Champions' campus community. "Excellence in the fields of sports, arts and disability education, UNESA strives to produce positive innovations for society," he said.
Head of Sub-Directorate for Development of KUI, Prof. Dr. Endang Susantini, M.Pd., in his speech explained that existing innovations are a form of hard work and cooperation of the parties involved. "I hope that the results of this innovation will provide benefits and blessings for those who create it and those who access it," he added.
Some of the innovations launched include: First, UNESA's intelligent system product for predicting student study periods based on advanced machine learning.
This product can predict the process and results of web-based student studies with certain algorithms to facilitate and assist lecturers in guiding their students. The results of this innovation can be accessed via the systemcerdas.unesa.ac.id page.
Secondly, Characternesa, a development of interactive learning products that are disability-friendly and digital-based to build the polite character of Indonesian children.< p>Inside there is interactive media learning through audio-visuals and animated puzzle books which are very interesting for children to learn. This product is also supported by braille for blind students.
Third, EduAsses, an Android-based e-Assessment application to facilitate prospective teacher students in creating higher order thinking skills (HOTS) questions. Fourth, Extended Wheelchair, a wheelchair equipped with various features for people with disabilities, the elderly and the sick.
Fifth, Shones, a sportswear with an artistic pattern that is a form of inclusivity in the world of sports. The authentic, unique and aesthetic image depicted in this clothing instills a spirit of agility, equality and adaptability for people with disabilities.
Sixth, Robot and Human Interaction Module for Learning Activities (RHI-MOLA). A learning media in the field of robotics to increase student creativity and competence. Seventh, POPSI; Smart Push Up Counter: development of an ESP32 based push up monitoring system.
This innovation is equipped with a proximity sensor for real time performance analysis. This tool is able to measure and record the number of push ups accurately, provide feedback, and store training data for further analysis.
Finally, there is Hatofit: personal coach, a product developing an intelligent cardiovascular endurance monitoring system using wearable heart rate monitor. Hatofit is an Android-based application that can be personally connected to a wearable heart rate monitor (Polar H10 and Polar Verity Sense) to monitor the user's heart rate while exercising.
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