FTUI Introduces Oksigenku IoT (Internet of Things) and Centri-Flo to treat Covid-19 patients.

On the second day of the “UI Investment & Start Up Forum” webinar (Friday, 8/4), it was filled with presentations on innovations and collaborations carried out by academics from the Faculty of Engineering (FT), Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA), Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA), Faculty of Pharmacy (FF), Faculty of Computer Science (Fasilkom), and Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) Universitas Indonesia (UI). The “UI Investment & Start Up Forum” is a forum that brings together academics, business people, government, media, and the community. . With the penta helix concept, it is hoped that there will be solid collaboration among academics, business people, government, media, and the community, so as to be able to create products that are beneficial to the people of Indonesia.

Three innovators from FT UI (Dr. Basari, S.T., M.Eng.; Dr. Ir. Tomy Abuzairi, S.T., M.Sc., M.T., Ph.D., and Dr.-Ing. Ridho Irwansyah, S.T., M.T. ) created Oxygenku IoT (Internet of Things) and Centri-Flo, to treat Covid-19 patients.

Oxygenku IoT is an oxygen concentrator that can adjust the patient’s oxygen saturation automatically by utilizing IoT technology. The design of this tool is kept simple for easy portability. The advantages of IoT oxygen are lower prices, automatic settings, up to 95% oxygen output with a flow of up to 3 liters/minute, and are strong and not easily damaged. The Centri-Flo is a respiratory therapy device that utilizes a mixture of air and oxygen with a high concentration flowing at a speed of up to 60 liters/minute. This tool is portable, easy to use, the components are disposable, cost effective, and equipped with smart temperature control and dual mode operation.

“This tool is the result of a collaboration between FTUI, FKUI, ATMI Healthcare, Friendship Hospital, and the Indonesian Lung Doctors Association (PDPI). We want to reduce the gap between local products and imported products because we know that the majority or 90% of health products come from imports. In 2020, we created a ventilator which is now being developed to ICU standards. We added new features such as touch screen, IoT connect, and ICU-mode,” said Dr. Basari in his presentation.

Dean of FMIPA, Dede Djuhana, Ph.D. conveyed one of the contributions made by FMIPA for the Indonesian health world through Telemedicine with Data Science and AI based Application. This product was developed to detect various diseases through the human eye. The module developed is one part of ATM-Health which is a collaboration between DSC, MIT USA, AI Center DIKTI, UI Advisory, UMG-Idealab, Samsung R&D Institute Indonesia, RSUI, Global Risk Management (GRM), IMERI FKUI, and RSCM .

Fasilkom UI collaborated with FK UI to create Covid-19 Detection From X-Ray, CT-Scan, and Clinical Data., to detect Covid-19 sufferers. According to the Research and Community Service Manager of Fasilkom UI, Adila Alfa Krisnadhi, S.Kom., M.Sc., Ph.D., this mobile app-based application can detect Covid-19 with CT Image output.

The Dean of FFUI, Prof. Dr. Ary Yanuar, M.Sc., said that there are three FFUI research innovation products. By making use of star fruit, bowls of leaves, ginger, and secang, FFUI makes Belimbing Island, Tingali Hair Growth, and Cae-Zing (botanical drink) products. These three innovative products can be used in everyday life.

Innovation is also developed in the social and humanities fields. UI creates several platforms that people can use. Ecotoo is a crowdfunding platform for tree planting and carbon emission accounting. Notarius.id is a platform that can be used to facilitate the work of notaries. AISCO is an automated website application generator platform for social organizations. Meanwhile, KIBI (SIBI Sign Language Communication System) can be used to assist sign language communication for the deaf and mute community.


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