Sampoerna University is delighted to report its successful participation in the 2nd International Symposium on Optimization and Ergonomics. Organized by the School of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, the event took place on April 25, 2023, at Mapúa University.
The symposium brought together experts in the field of optimization and ergonomics from renowned institutions, including Mapua University, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Chung Yuan Christian University, Binus University, Yuan Ze University, and Sampoerna University. This international collaboration fostered an environment of knowledge exchange and growth, enabling participants to explore new ideas and strategies in optimization and ergonomics.
Dr. Anak Agung Ngurah Perwira Redi, Head of Industrial Engineering Study Program at Sampoerna University, was invited as one of the distinguished international speakers. He delivered an insightful talk on drones for post-disaster assessment during a hybrid session at the symposium, allowing both in-person and remote attendees to benefit from his expertise and insights.
The presentation focused on the utilization of drones for post-disaster assessment, with an emphasis on optimizing disaster mapping operations using drones and ground vehicles. As communities worldwide continue to face devastating natural disasters, efficient and effective disaster management is becoming increasingly vital. Drone technology offers a powerful means for conducting rapid and comprehensive assessments of affected areas.
Key Takeaways from the Presentation
- The role of drones in post-disaster assessment
The speaker explored the advantages and limitations of using drones for disaster assessment, comparing their capabilities with traditional assessment methods.
- Optimizing drone-based disaster mapping operations
The presentation delved into the optimization of drone-based disaster mapping operations, discussing strategies for maximizing efficiency and accuracy while minimizing response time.
- Integrating drones and ground vehicles for comprehensive assessments
Lastly, the challenges and opportunities of integrating drone and ground vehicle operations were addressed, combining aerial and ground-based data collection for a more comprehensive assessment.
Sampoerna University’s participation in the 2nd International Symposium on Optimization and Ergonomics demonstrates its commitment to fostering international collaboration and contributing to cutting-edge research in optimization and ergonomics. We are proud of Dr. Anak Agung Ngurah Perwira Redi’s successful presentation and look forward to future opportunities to engage in global academic and research events.