Design Training Kits CPI for Vocational Learning in Industry 4.0
Putu Sudira1, Rizky Edi Juwanto2
1Putu Sudira, Technology and Vocational Education Study Program, Graduate School & Faculty of Engineering Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
2Rizki Edi Juwanto, Alumni of Technology and Vocational Education Study Program Graduate School Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Manuscript received on 14 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 17 August 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 6293-6302 | Volume-8 Issue-3 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: C5917098319/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.C5917.098319
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Abstract: Cyber Physical Infrastructure (CPI) is one of eight supporting technology infrastructures of Industry 4.0. CPI is built from several technologies including RFID, RTLS, sensors, wireless sensors, actuators, processors, controllers, and data communication network systems. This paper presents the design of vocational learning training kits for CPI competencies in industry 4.0. CPI training kits for developing industry competency 4.0 are designed using the waterfall life-cycle method. Design analysis, design systems, part production, assembling processing, firmware production, systems evaluation, and test used interactively to produce the final product. Industrial 4.0 CPI training kits design includes: (1) PLC processor systems, mini PC, Arduino mega2560; (2) a timer counter controller with a PID systems; (3) RFID and RTLS identifiers; (4) proximity sensor, magnetic sensor, inductive sensor, capacitive sensor, photoelectric sensor, humadity sensor, thermocouple, thermostat, thermistor, opto coupler, limit switch, push button, analog V, ultrasonic, pressure sensor, speed sensor; (5) AC motor actuators, servo motors, stepper motors, valves, pneumatic-hydraulic cylinders, lamps, heaters, relays, SSR, 24V-5V converters; (6) LCD, LED monitor display; (7) data communication between controllers, (8) data communication modules to the internet; (9) user manual and job sheet. The test results show: content experts have given a score of 76.7 from a scale of 100, media experts have given a score of 88.6 from a scale of 100 and users have given a score of 85.4 from a scale of 100. Field trials through training show results can improve competencies in industry 4.0. CPI training kits strongly support the education and training needs of various competencies to develop the capacity of workers in industry 4.0. CPI training kits can be used in schools, universities, and training centers for industrial technology 4.0.
Keywords: Training kits, CPI, Industry 4.0
Scope of the Article: Machine Learning