E3S Web Conf.
Volume 324, 2021Maritime Continent Fulcrum International Conference (MaCiFIC 2021)
|Number of page(s)
|Maritime Science and Technology
|16 November 2021
Marine Garbage Dredge Prototype for Coastal Area
Department of Electrical Engineering, Maritime Raja Ali Haji University, 29100 Indonesia
2 Department of Informatics Engineering, Maritime Raja Ali Haji University, 29100 Indonesia
3 Department of Chemistry Education, Maritime Raja Ali Haji University, 29100 Indonesia
4 Department of Electrical Engineering, Maritime Raja Ali Haji University, 29100 Indonesia
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Activities carried out in coastal areas such as recreation, fishing activities, and transportation makes coastal regions have an essential role in life. However, activities carried out in the region often leave negative impacts, such as dumping trash directly into the sea. Coastal communities still carry out their activities to dispose of their waste now to the sea. The process of cleaning up marine litter in the coastal areas using heavy equipment is quite tricky. This is because the condition of buildings in the coastal area has the building with the concept of houses on stilts. The research has succeeded in making a marine garbage dredging using a conveyor system that is contained using a wireless joystick and can be well controlled within a radius of about 7 meters. The dredging is also equipped with a weight sensor (load cell) used to determine the load of garbage displayed on the 16 x 2 LCD. Garbage weight is stored in the SD card. The data stored on the SD card will show the time and load of garbage that has been transported by conveyor in an area.
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