DycodeX Temui Balai Besar Kerajinan dan Batik Jogjakarta Bahas Pengembangan Aplikasi Analisis Batik Berbasis Artificial Intelligence

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Jogjakarta, 15 Februari 2019 — DycodeX bertemu dengan Balai Besar Kerajinan dan Batik (BBKB) Jogjakarta. Diselenggarakan di kantor BBKB di Jl. Kusumanegara No.7, Semaki, Umbulharjo, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, pertemuan ini membahas kerjasama DycodeX dengan BBKB dalam pengembangan aplikasi analisis batik dengan menggunakan teknologi berbasis AI.

Andri Yadi, CEO DycodeX, mengaku bangga telah dipercaya BBKB untuk membuat aplikasi dalam negeri yang mampu memajukan industri kerajinan tradisional batik. “Sebagai salah satu perusahaan pengembang teknologi dalam negeri, terpilihnya DycodeX oleh BBKB untuk mengembangkan aplikasi ini tentunya menjadi sebuah kehormatan karena kami membantu melestarikan budaya Indonesia di era Industri 4.0.”

Dikembangkan dengan teknologi Artificial Intelligence (AI), aplikasi analisis batik ini bertujuan untuk secara otomatis membedakan mana batik yang dibuat secara tradisional oleh pengrajin atau dicetak secara modern di pabrik. Dikembangkan untuk smartphone, pengguna dapat menggunakan kamera ponselnya dan mengambil foto sebuah kain batik untuk mengetahui apakah batik tersebut dibuat atau dicetak.

Untuk mendapatkan hasil yang paling akurat, aplikasi analisis batik dibekali dengan sistem deep learning yang mempelajari pola batik dari sampel. Menggunakan library open source TensorFlow, sampel yang digunakan adalah 1000 kain batik yang difoto secara manual oleh BBKB Jogjakarta.

“Batik sebagai warisan budaya khas Indonesia wajib dilestarikan dan menggunakan teknologi adalah langkah yang tepat,” Andri Yadi menambahkan. “Aplikasi analisis batik yang kami kembangkan bekerjasama dengan BBKB dan Kemenperin ini diharapkan dapat menempatkan batik di posisi yang relevan, terutama di Industri 4.0,” tutupnya.

DycodeX Discusses Possible Hardware Component Production Cooperation with Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

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DycodeX receives representatives from the Japan-based, Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Murata Manufacturing) at DyPlex, Bandung to discuss about possibilities for cooperation in IoT production.

 Murata Manufacturing is a Kyoto, Japan-based manufacturer that is primarily involved in the production of ceramic passive electronic components, primarily capacitors, as well as ceramic filters, high-frequency parts, and sensors.

DycodeX meets Japan-based Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

As one of the country’s leading IoT enablers, DycodeX is always open to cooperate with worldwide companies to expand possibilities for IoT development in Indonesia. Establishing a cooperative relationship with Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. allows us to explore the highest standards in component design and manufacturing.


For business inquiries regarding DycodeX’s IoT products or exploring custom IoT projects, kindly send us an email at x@dycode.com.

DycodeX in 2018: A Year in Review

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Welcome, 2019! 2018 has been an exciting year for us. As the leading IoT company in Indonesia, DycodeX has achieved notable milestones this year, from our product being featured in a global, Google-sponsored stage to DycodeX as the only IoT company representing Indonesia in an MoU signing at BIMP-EAGA cooperation.

As the year is coming to a close, there is no better time for us to showcase our achievements for the year and share them with you. To do so, we’ve prepared a special page so you can have a look in one convenient timeline.

Take a look at our 2018 Milestone here.

DycodeX Takes SMARTernak to Google Demo Day Asia

DycodeX CEO Andri Yadi at Google Demo Day Asia.

In 2018, DycodeX is proud to have pushed our boundaries and achieved new milestones that ever in the field of IoT. This year, we represented Indonesia in Google Demo Day Asia, one of the world’s largest startup pitching event.

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DycodeX CEO Andri Yadi shares his personal account on the challenges and excitement of taking SMARTernak to the grand stage of Google Demo Day Asia. Click the photo below to read more.

DycodeX Representing Indonesia at the BIMP-EAGA 6th ICT Cluster Meeting

DycodeX Representing Indonesia’s IoT Industry at BIMP-EAGA 6th Cluster Meeting.

DycodeX has signed an MoU with BIMP-EAGA (Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia the Philippines and Timor Leste – East ASEAN Growth Area) for IoT Technology Cooperation.

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Representing Indonesia’s IoT Industry to the President of Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo

DycodeX meeting with the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo.

DycodeX represented the Indonesia’s IoT Industry to the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo at “Leaders of Tomorrow” event at BCCF Simpul Space Braga, Bandung, West Java.

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Supporting RIoT 2018 as Official Technology Partner

DycodeX supporting RIoT 2018 as Official Technology Partner.

DycodeX has also supported Republic of IoT (RIoT) 2018, the largest IoT makers event in Indonesia, as the Official Technology Partner.

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Thank you for being a part of our wonderful, experience-filled journey of 2018. Now, hop along on our train in 2019 as we will have much more to offer to the Indonesian IoT industry with our latest products and innovations.

CEO DycodeX Andri Yadi Terpilih Sebagai Wakil Ketua Asosiasi IoT Indonesia

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The first National Conference of Indonesian IoT Association (ASIoTI) with Rudiantara, Indonesian Minister of Telecommunication and Informatics

Jakarta, 13 Desember 2018 — Teguh Prasetya, CEO Alita dan penggagas Indonesia IoT Forum, serta Andri Yadi, CEO DycodeX, kini masing-masing telah resmi menjabat sebagai Ketua Umum dan Wakil Ketua Umum Asosiasi IoT Indonesia. Peresmian jabatan ini disahkan di Musyawarah Nasional I ASIoTI di Jakarta, 13 Desember 2018, di mana jajaran kepengurusan dan dewan pengawas juga ikut diresmikan.

Andri Yadi, Wakil Ketua Umum ASIoTI, bangga bisa menjadi bagian dalam mengukuhkan industri dan ekosistem IoT Indonesia. “Kini Indonesia telah memiliki entitas formal dan legal untuk menciptakan dan menumbuhkan industri dan ekosistem IoT,” ujar Andri Yadi. “ASIoTI diharapkan dapat membantu melindungi pemain-pemain dan pasar lokal, mensertifikasi dan menstandardisasi, serta memperkuat hubungan dengan pemerintah. Semua ini adalah langkah untuk mendukung visi Making Indonesia 4.0 dengan bantuan IoT.”

Teguh Prasetya (right) as the Chairman of ASIoTI and Andri Yadi from DycodeX as the Deputy Chairman.

Asosiasi IoT Indonesia diharapkan akan menjadi payung yang mewadahi pergerakan industri dan ekosistem IoT di Indonesia. Berdirinya ASIoTI akan berfokus pada empat pilar, yaitu standarisasi infrastruktur, sertifikasi makers dan produk, menaikkan kewaspadaan terhadap IoT. Keempat pilar ini ditujukan untuk mendukung program Making Indonesia 4.0.

Sebagai perusahaan yang berpengalaman 4 tahun dalam industri IoT Indonesia, DycodeX menyambut baik peresmian jajaran kepengurusan ASIoTI. Dari kacamata bisnis, ASIoTI akan mampu merangkul pelaku IoT di Indonesia agar berani untuk menjadikan IoT sebagai bisnis inti, sehingga IoT berkembang menjadi bisnis yang menguntungkan dengan didampingi regulasi-regulasi yang adil bagi semua pihak yang terlibat di dalamnya.

Kemenperin dan Pegiat Industri Kukuhkan Asosiasi IoT Indonesia (ASIoTI)

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Pengukuhan Asosiasi IoT Indonesia (ASIoTI) di Kementerian Perindustrian Republik Indonesia.

Jakarta, 10 Desember 2018 — Kemenperin bersama DycodeX dan 16 pelaku industri IoT Indonesia resmi kukuhkan Asosiasi IoT Indonesia (ASIoTI) di Kantor Kementerian Perindustrian, DKI Jakarta.

Asosiasi IoT Indonesia adalah sebuah badan independen yang didirikan bersama oleh 10 pegiat IoT di Indonesia dan didukung oleh Direktur Jenderal Industri Logam, Mesin, Alat Transportasi, dan Elektronika (ILMATE) Kementerian Perindustrian. Berdirinya badan IoT resmi pertama di Indonesia ini akan berfokus pada empat pilar, yaitu standarisasi infrastruktur, sertifikasi sumber daya, sertifikasi produk, menaikkan kewaspadaan terhadap IoT. Keempat pilar ini ditujukan untuk mendukung program Making Indonesia 4.0.

CEO DycodeX Andri Yadi, salah satu penggagas ASIoTI, mengutarakan optimismenya terhadap kemajuan industri IoT di Indonesia melalui asosiasi ini. “Tentunya saya menyatakan posisi mendukung terhadap pendiriannya. Pada dasarnya, asosiasi yang aspiratif dan akomodatif akan berdampak positif bagi industri dan ekosistem. Hubungan dengan pemerintah juga akan semakin formal dan kuat, sehingga aspirasi anggota akan bisa diperjuangkan lebih mudah ke tataran regulator.”

ASIoTI Mendukung IoT Sebagai “Core Business”

Dari sisi bisnis, dengan adanya Asosiasi IoT Indonesia, pelaku IoT di Indonesia diharapkan tak lagi takut untuk menjadikan IoT sebagai “core business”, seperti yang sudah digeluti DycodeX selama 4 tahun dalam industri ini. Masalah-masalah terkait IoT terkait bisnis dan industri akan ditelaah dan dikaji. Salah satunya yang terbesar yang akan dibahas nantinya di ASIoTI adalah soal konektivitas dan mengenai isu pengabsahan regulasi pendukungnya.

Musyawarah nasional ASIoTI, di mana ketua asosiasi nantinya akan dipilih dan ditentukan, akan diselenggarakan untuk pertama kali pada Kamis, 13 Desember 2018.

DycodeX Supporting Republic of IoT 2018 as Official Technology Partner

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Jakarta, 27 November 2018 — DycodeX is supporting Republic of IoT (RIoT) 2018, Indonesia’s largest Internet of Things makers event, as the Official Technology Partner. RIoT 2018 was held in Senayan City, 2nd floor on 24-25 November 2018 by Makestro and Infia Pariwara, in collaboration with the Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Informatics and powered by XL Axiata via their XL Business Solutions arm.

Andri Yadi, Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan, Kirill Mankovski at RIoT 2018 opening ceremony.

For RIoT 2018, DycodeX provided the technology for kits used by the 30 teams competing in the IoT challenge, ESPectro32 v2 and NB-IoT Backpack.

DycodeX booth at RIoT 2018 on closeup.

Andri Yadi, DycodeX CEO, is not shy in expressing his excitement in supporting one of Indonesia’s largest IoT makers event. “RIoT 2018 is a landmark in the Indonesian IoT industry because the community, stakeholders, and government gather in one place to discuss the next steps necessary to advance IoT in the country,” Andri remarked. “As the official technology partner for RIoT 2018, DycodeX is proud to design and develop IoT technologies that are being used by local makers in their projects. We hope we can sow the seeds for what’s to come in the local IoT industry. ”

SMARTernak with NB-IoT and more on display at DycodeX booth

The DycodeX booth in RIoT 2018 showcased a lineup of our latest industry products. One of the highlights is SMARTernak, which has now been improved with NB-IoT connectivity. SMARTernak is an IoT and AI-based precision livestock farming device that allows cattle farmers to easily monitor cattle location and well-being.

DycodeX also showcased Panic Button, a personal safety enhancement device that allows fast contact with emergency personnels; as well as DyXon, an experimental personal assistant device.

DycodeX Booth at RIoT 2018.

DycodeX is proud to be one of the Internet of Things industry in Indonesia is entering a new, progressive phase, with many communities and hobbyists beginning to grow to find ways to start businesses by making new startups. As the leading IoT and maker movement enabler in Indonesia, DycodeX’s support in making RIoT 2018 come true is a step forward in advancing the Indonesia IoT industry in order to embrace Making Indonesia 4.0.

President Joko Widodo Visits DycodeX at BCCF, Endorses Bandung Creative Industry

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DycodeX meets President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo and government officials.

Bandung’s creative industry get the spotlight of the government in Bandung, West Java. President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo, along with the Minister of Industry, Minister of Social Affairs, Cabinet Secretary, Presidential Special Staff Coordinator, and the Governor of West Java Ridwan Kamil meet DycodeX CEO Andri Yadi at “Leaders of Tomorrow” mini exhibition and talk show held at BCCF Simpul Space Braga on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

Coinciding with Indonesia’s Hari Pahlawan, DycodeX is among the exhibiting 15 creative industries from all over Bandung that represent the event’s theme of “local identity, export level”. Andri Yadi showcases SMARTernak and Smarterbike, two of DycodeX’s flagship products that represent Indonesia’s capability in developing technologies made locally that are ready to compete internationally.

Both SMARTernak and Smarterbike are designed and developed by DycodeX in Bandung, West Java by by local engineers, designers, and coders. Learn more about the range of DycodeX products, all developed locally, on our official website.

In commemoration of Indonesia’s Hari Pahlawan, as one of the pioneers in the Indonesian Internet of Things industry, DycodeX is proud to support the government’s agenda of Making Indonesia 4.0 by developing breakthroughs and innovations in the field of information and technology that can solve real problems. We highly appreciate the government of the Republic of Indonesia’s endorsement and support to the Bandung creative industry.

DycodeX Kembangkan Teknologi Bike Sharing End-to-End untuk Startup Kayuh Asal Bogor

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Bandung, Jawa Barat — DycodeX sukses kembangkan teknologi end-to-end untuk Kayuh, sistem bike sharing yang diluncurkan di Bogor oleh Wali Kota Bogor, Dr. Bima Arya Sugiarto, pada Rabu, 7 November 2018. Kayuh adalah sistem bike sharing yang menggunakan sepeda berbahan dasar limbah kayu pertama di Indonesia.

Sistem bike sharing yang diaplikasikan pada Kayuh adalah pengembangan dari teknologi Smarterbike oleh DycodeX. Smarterbike adalah sistem manajemen armada (fleet management system) end-to-end untuk sepeda yang mengintegrasikan hardware dan software demi pengalaman bike sharing yang aman dan nyaman bagi pengguna.

Untuk Kayuh, DycodeX mengembangkan fitur-fitur bike sharing end-to-end yang meliputi

  1. sistem Smart Lock yang hanya dapat dibuka oleh pengguna tertentu dengan memindai kode QR menggunakan aplikasi Kayuh,
  2. layar LED untuk umpan balik langsung secara visual bagi pengguna,
  3. konektivitas GSM agar senantiasa terhubung dengan Internet,
  4. akselerometer untuk mendeteksi kejadian seperti kecelakaan atau apabila perangkat dicabut secara paksa, dan
  5. panel surya sebagai sumber daya untuk mendukung baterai.

Hardware Kayuh terintegrasi dengan aplikasi untuk Android (versi iOS akan menyusul) yang dapat dipergunakan pengguna untuk memindai kode QR dan membuka kunci sepeda secara cerdas. Pengguna diwajibkan mendaftar akun terlebih dahulu secara gratis di aplikasi Kayuh. Dengan aplikasi Kayuh, pengguna dapat melihat histori penggunaan sepeda yang dipersonalisasi, seperti jarak tempuh, waktu kendara, serta biaya sewa yang dibebankan.

DycodeX Powers JogjaBike’s End-to-End Bike Sharing Technology

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DycodeX is proud to be the end-to-end technology developer for JogjaBike, Jogjakarta’s first ever bike sharing service. Launched at Jalan Malioboro on Saturday (27/10) by the Mayor of Jogjakarta, Haryadi Suyuti, Jogjabike uses an Internet of Things-based system, seamlessly integrating software and hardware to provide a safe and enjoyable bike sharing experience.

JogjaBike in Malioboro, Yogyakarta

Andri Yadi, DycodeX CEO, applauds the bike sharing service for its release. “Congratulations to JogjaBike for the launch. We’re super excited to be part of it, to support its end-to-end technology,” Andri remarks. “After 4 months of shedding blood, sweat, tears, and working on it tirelessly from scratch, we finally made it. Now di “Jogja Ada Sepeda”; not just a bike, but a smarter bike.”

Andri Yadi and DycodeX crew who worked on JogjaBike, standing proud at the launching

To create a safe, fun experience for JogjaBike bike sharing users, DycodeX has developed a system that seamlessly integrates the hardware and software, all made entirely by a team of Indonesian coders and engineers. Hardware-wise, features include as follows.

  1. A Smart Lock system unlockable via QR code scanning with the mobile app.
  2. An LED display for continuous user feedback along the journey, such as distance travelled and rent time remaining.
  3. Always connected to the Internet via GSM for continuous data feedback.
  4. Automatically detects accidents or tampering via its built-in accelerometer.
  5. Solar panel-equipped for longer battery life.

DycodeX also developed in-house mobile app available for Android (iOS version coming soon). The app allows users to easily unlock their preferred bike with a QR code scanner as well as keeping track of bike sharing usage.

JogjaBike app and the bike device

The conception of JogjaBike is aimed to add value to the local tourism industry, as well as to bring the concept of smart city to life. Collaborating with the City Government of Jogjakarta, the service was launched for the “Jogja Ada Sepeda” programme. The Malioboro implementation is only the first phase, with other areas to be added in forthcoming phases.

DycodeX crew with Mr. Haryadi Suyuti, mayor of Yogyakarta during the launching of JogjaBike

DycodeX Wins Rice Bowl Awards 2018 as Best Ecosystem Initiative in Indonesia

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Startup growth in the world is increasing, and each other is competing to make their company the best. Every region in the world has the prominent startups, as well as in the Asian region. That’s why the New Entrepreneurs Foundation (myNEF) – a non-profit organization that focuses on creating and developing sustainable entrepreneurs – celebrates the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship in the Southeast Asian startup ecosystem by holding the ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards.

What is The Rice Bowl Awards?

The Rice Bowl Startup Awards are the official Southeast Asia circuit for the Global Startup Awards. The Awards are divided into several rounds – nationals, regional and global. This year, the regional (South East Asia) reward innovation, excellence, and best practice in startups across the region. From all over Asia, there were 2500 startups listed in Rice Bowl. From Indonesia only, there were 280 submissions – including DycodeX. One interesting point from this year’s ARBSA was from 9 countries that entered the nomination, there were 6 female founders who became the winners.

Miss Lyliana, CEO of myNEF explained during the ARBSA 2018 Indonesia Awarding Night in Jakarta on October 5, 2018, that Rice Bowl is not a pitching company because according to her, what often becomes the winner in the speech competition usually sounds good, but not as good. So it would not be fair for the Asian companies that have good qualities but are limited to language and presentation constraints.

Ms. Lyliana. CEO of myNEF

The Indonesian Winners

As one of the finalists of ARBSA 2018, DycodeX actively participated in promoting the event. If you follow our social media you would notice that at the end of September to early October, we shares a voting link so that the public can participate in choosing the best startup according to them in several categories. But voting is not everything. It’s just a way to move up the ladder. In fact, voting only affects about 10-15% of the total assessment. The criteria for the finalists of ARBSA are startups that stand less than 5 years, and the judges will make the assessments.

DycodeX made it into 4 nomination categories, namely Best Food / Agri Tech, Best IoT, Startup Of The Year, and Best Ecosystem Initiative. And we won the Best Startup Ecosystem Initiative Award 2018 in Indonesia. While the other Indonesia winners were:

  • Startup Of The Year: Smart Shop
  • Founder of the Year: Aditya Minarto
  • People’s Choice: Farmers
  • Best Newcomer: Cumi.id
  • Investor Of The Year: WIND
  • Best Startup Ecosystem Initiative: DycodeX
  • Best Fintech Startup: Gradana
  • Best HealthTech Startup: Neurabot
  • Best FoodTech / AgriTech Startup: TaniHub
  • Best e-Commerce Startup: Wakuliner
  • Best Logistics and Supply Chain Startup: Shipper
  • Best Life Helper: Go-Life
  • Best IoT Startup: Mesh
  • Best AI / Machine Learning Startup: Neurabot
  • Best Business Automation Tool: Ralali.com
  • Best Coworking Space: Greenhouse
  • Best Digital Marketing Solution: SociaBuzz.com

 

Andri Yadi, CEO of DycodeX with the winners of Rice Bowl Awards 2018 Indonesia

The Indonesia winners will meet other South East Asian winners in Bali this November to secure the position as Asean Rice Bowl Awards 2018 winner, and later will go to the Global Startup Awards competing the other startups from teh Nordic, Central Europe, Africa, and other regions of the world.

We win!

We would like to thank the Rice Bowl for giving us the chance to compete and hopefully we will come back next year to get the best categories and ready to compete with global startups. And thank you for all of you who had voted for us. DycodeX will continue to do our best and drive to give us the best for Indonesia tech startup ecosystem.