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Jasa Marga develops IoT laboratory as part of digital transformation push

Jasa Marga develops IoT laboratory as part of digital transformation push A number of cars pass the Bogor-Ciheuleut toll gate in Bogor, West Java. State-owned toll operator Jasa Marga has established an internet of things (IoT) laboratory to support its digital transformation push. (Antara/Arif Firmansyah)
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Jakarta   ●   Mon, July 29, 2019 2019-07-29 11:33 650 0290f9de4aeb62f98549b410b53ed6f1 1 Business toll-road,JasaMarga,digital-application,IoT,laboratory,innovation-center,service Free

State-owned toll operator PT Jasa Marga Tbk has begun the development of an internet of things (IoT) laboratory in the company’s former Jakarta-Tangerang branch office in Jakarta as part of the company’s preparation to enter the Industry 4.0 era.

Jasa Marga’s director for human capital and transformation, Alex Denni, said in Jakarta on Saturday that the laboratory would become the center of research and technology development to create new innovations that can provide more benefits for toll road users.

The company must be ready to face the technological transformation in order to be able to survive in the digital era, he said, adding that the IoT Lab would create the latest technologies that can support Jasa Marga's performance in providing the best services for its users.

In addition to improving services for toll road users, the development of the digital technology within the IoT laboratory is also intended to improve the traffic monitoring system and social media comment center, Alex said.

Jasa Marga, the country’s largest toll road operator, plans to operate 245 kilometers of new toll roads in Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi this year.

The new toll roads include the Cengkareng-Kunciran (14.2 km), Kunciran-Serpong (11.2 km) and Serpong-Cinere (10.14 km), as well as the Jakarta-Cikampek II elevated toll road (36.4 km), the Pandaan-Malang road (38.49 km) and the Gempol-Pandaan (1.6 km). (hen)