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TNI Technologies A Close Look at Research and Innovations On the Occasion of the

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Center of Excellence in 2 The Intelligent System Integrations : CoE-ISI

Faculty of Engineering long-Range Low-Power Wireless Sensor Network 4 ABased on U-LoRa Technology for Tactical Troops Tracking Systems on Recent Advances on IoT-Based 5 Perspectives Industrial Personal Protective Equipments of Human Happiness Level based 6 Anon AirAppraisement Quality through Fuzzy Logic Inference System An Intelligent Queue Management System 7 QDRx: based on QR Code for Pharmaceutical Dispensing in Hospitals Investigation on the Effect of Different 8 Numerical Flow Field Designs and Number of Channels Using ANSYS FLUENT and Development of an Electric 9 Design Three-wheeled Vehicle (E-Tuk Tuk) with an EfďŹ cient Battery Switching System

Faculty of Information Technology Flying Quadcopter 21 Collision-Tolerant for Search and Rescue Home Security Systems with the Internet 22 Smart of Things to the Future Internet through IPv6 Support of Entrapped Air Void on Concrete Surface 23 IdentiďŹ cation by Image Segmentation and Visualization Techniques of a Virtual Classroom using Virtual 24 Development Reality Technology Development using HTML5 25 System and TECHTILE Toolkit Studies for Theories and Practices 26 Case of Data Science and Analytics of Mobile Application for Electrical 27 Development Equipment Control by Internet Network on Android OS of Mobile Application for Plant Watering 28 Development System on Android OS of Automatic Mobile Application for 29 Development Cigarette Smoke Detection and Smoker Based on Android of Mobile Application for Real Time 30 Development Taxi Price Calculator 31 Academic Services Unit Faculty of Information Technology

Based Potential Evaluation for 10 A-GIS Napier Grass Plantation in Thailand of Biocoke (Bio-solid Fuel) from 11 Development Biomass Resources in Thailand of Injection Molding Processes Embedded 12 Study Magnetic Parts to Predict the Warpage of ABS and Analysis of Parallel Link Robots Based on 13 Modeling Faculty of Business Administration Product Model Data Including Geometric Tolerances of Digital Technology 33 Application between Simulation and Experiment 14 AofComparison in TPS Manufactuing Simulation Virtual Turning Processes Considering Kinematic Motion Deviations 34 The Set Up Time Reduction Laboratory Vehicle Routing Concept in the Multi-Depot 15 Open and Multi-Retailer Distribution System 35 Center for Business Research and Service of Low-Cost Condition Monitoring 16 Development College of General Education and Languages System of Rotating Machine for SME 17 Automatic Ruler Calibrator by Vision Technique 37 Students' Success Roadmap 18 MPPT Solar Charge Controller 38 Reinforcement for Students 19 Basketball-Shooting Robot


The Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations : CoE-ISI The Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations (CoE-ISI) has recently established in the year 2017 as an advanced institution under a strategy in cooperating between Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology (TNI) and Technology Promotion Association (Thailand-Japan) (TPA). The missions of CoE-ISI are not only to conduct basic and applied research but also create innovative products under Research and Business (R&B) concept in correspondence to the roadmap of digital economy towards sustainable economic growth of Thailand 4.0. In addition, CoE-ISI shall serve startup companies, public and industrial sectors in terms of academic services, consults, and training through both In-house scale and Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).

The team of CoE-ISI involves lecturers and expertise with high experiences in developing emerging technologies and integrating existing technologies to customized system designs that meet the requirements of public and industrial sectors. The particularly promising technologies of CoE-ISI involve ArtiďŹ cial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, Expert Systems, Big Data Analytics, Embedded Systems and Intelligent Electronics, Communication Networks, Cloud Computing and Storage, and Intelligent Computer-Aided Instruction: ICAI. The CoE-ISI also seeks for cooperation with universities as well as companies both in Thailand and oversea in order to achieve and drive the mission in glocal scale under the core value of TNI: KM-HR-HoP. Wimol San-Um, Sorawit Fong-in, Thanabhop Thamthanabodee, Kitmonta Sangkaew Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations: CoE-ISI E-mail: wimol@tni.ac.th Tel: (+66)-2-763-2600 Ext. 2926 Mobile: (+66)-9-1518-0151

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Faculty of Engineering


A Long-Range Low-Power Wireless Sensor Network Based on U-LoRa Technology for Tactical Troops Tracking Systems Abstract The deployment of a LoRaWAN implemented by Thai people called Universal and Ubiquitous (U-LoRa) for an application of Internet-of-Things in tactical troop tracking systems. The proposed long-range communication system comprises only the implemented gateway using Raspberry-Pi but also an end-device using microcontroller with GPS and other sensors for geological and physical tracking. The proposed system employs four gateways with bridge-to-bridge WIFI connection for communication to the server. The end node can be integrated more than ten types of sensors such as GPS, temperature, humidity, and water sensors. All data can be visualized real-time via monitor station. The proposed system provides not only an emerging long-range communication but also low-power operation in a military campsite within 0.5 kilometers using a transmission power of 4dBi.

Proposed Tactical Troops Tracking System It is seen that a single U-LoRa gateway is exploited in the center of an investigation area. The U-LoRA End-Nodes can be as much as preferred, but there are six nodes demonstrating in this system. All the end-nodes are connected to the LoRa gateway before transmitting to the Layer2 network switch under IoT and web server. All the data will be transferred to the network before visualizing on the graphic user interface. The system can be extended to a wider range area within 5×5 kilometers. The systems can be expanded to the tactical troop tracking system with a four gateway with four point-to-point Wi-Fi bridges. Such a system could provide wider coverage. It should be noted that the gateway should be in an appropriate height in order to be capable of receiving signals from each end-nodes, and the electrical surge system should be considered and integrated in order to protect from any possible failures.

Implementations and Experimental Results Performance analysis has been tested at Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology where the gateway was installed at the 6th floor of C-building with a height of 500 meters. The coverage range has been incremented by 100 meters with actual obstacles as depicted. The performances were investigated by received signal strength indicator (RSSI), which is a measurement of the power present in a received radio signal. It should be noted that RSSI is usually expressed in dBm from 0 to approximately lowest at -120 dBm. In addition, Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) has also been investigated and is defined as the ratio of signal power to the noise power expressed.

Wimol San-Um, Pansathorn Lekbunyasin, Mongkol Kodyoo, Wipawadee Wongsuwan, Jakkaphong Makfak, and Jiradett Kerdsri Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations E-mail : wimol@tni.ac.th

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Perspectives on Recent Advances on IoT-Based Industrial Personal Protective Equipments Abstract The PPE is a potential barrier as the final option to alleviate the effects of possible accidence. Despite accident causation and prevention techniques, motivating and controlling workers to wear PPEs requires its own efforts. Employers may address the use of PPEs in three ways, i.e. (i) education and training, (ii) incentives, and (iii) enforcement. Some operators do not prefer to wear PPEs because they either forget or find it uncomfortable to wear PPEs. Other factors involve (i) PPEs may have an impact productivity, (ii) exposure to a hazard is short and thus PPEs are not needed, and (iii) inadequate or not available education and training for using PPEs. In order to solve these issues, employers can improve the consistency of PPE use by applying best practices assisted through novel technologies. These could subsequently meet the employer's.

A Future Work on The Procosed Smart PPEs Platform Based on the reviews, it is noticeable that hazardous gas sensors or other particle matter measurements (PM2.5-10) have not been studied. In addition, Graphic User Interface (GUI) as well as data is not recoded in cloud storage. Therefore, the conceptual framework for complete smart PPE is introduced for the future work. Fig. 10 depicts the rough concept of a future work for smart PPE Platform. As illustrated in Fig.10, the life vest comprises a heart rate monitor sensor, a Gyroscope, an accelerator sensor, a motion sensor and hazardous gas sensors. The four sensors are connected to a wireless transmitter which is expected to LoRa node to send data through a cloud system in order to display on the web application with warning system and simple GUI for operators.

Commercially Avaliable Start PPEs Smart PPS by KAN-Commission for Occupational Health and Safety and Standardization Company has created smart PPS. Communication and localization devices are available in the wearer, consisting of various sensors for body functions and environmental monitoring, e.g. for fire-fighters. It has cooling and heating functions that operate only when necessary based on measured body and external temperatures. Active PPE acting as an emergency stop, for example for laser devices or chain saws when they endanger the safety of the wearer of the PPE and installed light-emitting flexible materials that provide high visibility.

Conclusion The IoT-Based industrial PPEs from both in academic and commercial point of view. The review results have revealed that most smart PPEs have sensors for real-time monitoring of operator health conditions, but realization and implementation are still in early stage. Most wearable sensors found from the reviews are gyroscope, accelerator, GPS, and those sensors for measuring body temperature and heart rate measurement. Some particular sensors are exploited for measuring Electrocardiogram, Photoplethysmogram, and Galvanic Skin Response Blood pressure. Communication modules are mostly RFID, Zigbee, and ad-hoc network in IEEE 802.15.4. Based on the reviews, it was found that hazardous gas sensors or other particle matter measurements (PM2.5-10) have not been studied. In addition, Graphic User Interface as well as data is not recoded in cloud storage.

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Prat Khajai and Wimol San-Um Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations E-mail : wimol@tni.ac.th


An Appraisement of Human Happiness Level based on Air Quality through Fuzzy Logic Inference System

Research Backgrounds An appraisement of Human Happiness Level (HHL) based on Air Quality (AQ) through the use of Fuzzy Logic Inference System (FIS) system. Such a FIS has recently been realized as a potential alternative to that of conventional AQ assessment based on standard scales, which encounter practical difficulties on complicated measures of various hazardous attributes and levels of chemical compounds in air. Despite the fact that several fuzzy-based AQ models have been reported, no fully-developed AQ model that considers from physical attributes to human actualization, especially happiness, has been reported. In this paper, five parameters affecting on human health, involving PM2.5, CO, temperature, humidity, and air pressure, have been considered as inputs for the proposed fuzzy-based AQ model.

Simulation Result Simulations have been performed using MATLAB demonstrates some examples the linguistic rules versus linguistic variables, indicating all six levels of HHL. Rule composition was performed and the fuzzy.

Conclusion This Topic has presented The simulation results were performed using MATLAB Toolbox 2016a. The particular set of 109 rules was employed with OR and AND operators. Trapezoidal member ship function was realized for temperature, relative humidity, and air pressure. On the other hand, Gaussian membership function was realized for PM2.5 and CO. A Centroid method was realized in Defuzzification stage. This paper has six human happiness levels have been suggested, involving happy, comfort, unhappy, depress, sad, and feel sick. This paper has completely demonstrated membership plots, the 3-dimentional view of HLL between particulate matter versus Carbon monoxide, and the 3-dimentional view of HLL between temperatures versus relative humidity. The circuit board has been developed based on Arduino with various sensors, including HTS221, PMS1003, MiCS-6814, BMP280, ESP8266, and a power supply module. Implementation on FIS on Android application is being developed for further use in real-world applications. It has been proven that FIS is useful to evaluate an air quality and appraise human happiness level, leading to healthy and happy livings of human kinds.

Nattaphon Talmongkol, Noppadon Pongpisuttinun, and Wimol San-Um Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations E-mail : wimol@tni.ac.th

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QDRx: An Intelligent Queue Management System based on QR Code for Pharmaceutical Dispensing in Hospitals Abstract Due to the problem of pharmaceutical dispensing in hospital and potential of smartphone above. This research offer an Intelligent Queue Management System based on QR Code for Pharmaceutical Dispensing in Hospitals via application divided in 2 parts. 1. Smartphone application for scan QR code to receive queue. Patients will be able to view the queue details and will be alerted after near queue. During the waiting period, the patients can do other activities and will increase the satisfaction of patients in the hospital. 2. Application for call queue and generate queue for pharmacists.

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The pharmaceutical dispensing of hospitals will be different from the restaurant queue system or other queue system. There are two types of queues: normal queues and urgent queues. Because some patients have to take the medication on time or the patient must take the medication immediately after a medical examination. The proposed queue system consists of three parts including, smartphone applications, queue generation and queue calling. After the patients have seen the doctor successfully. The patients have to receive the queue from the hospital services by using their mobile application on smartphone called "QDRx" to receive queues through the queue generator. When registering a queue via the application then they can view their own queue and number of waiting queue through the application As a result, the patients can do their own personal activities and freedom to go anywhere else while waiting in line. The notification will alerts to the patient previous queue has left 5 queues. For patients without a smartphone. The system can print a queue card. They have to sit and wait until call around hospital service. The notification will be alert by sound or LCD screen.

The proposed queue system consists of three parts: smartphone applications, queue creation and call queue, as shown in Fig. 7.These three systems must have an internet connection via MQTT protocol. MQTT Broker is a centralize management for data transmission. The information is sent in a text or string format. It divided into 2 topics that used to contain data. Including, The total number of queues from queue generator and the latest number of call’s queues from hospital service. There are 2 section that is normal queue and urgent queue.

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Chanopas Vongpiboon and Wimol San-um Center of Excellence in Intelligent System Integrations E-mail : wimol@tni.ac.th

Conclusion An Intelligent Queue Management System based on QR Code for Pharmaceutical Dispensing in Hospitals (QDRx) is an application that allows patients to be comfortable and the satisfaction of the patients because the smartphone is close to the patients. It’s allow patients to get fast information by communicating over the Internet. By applying QR code to contain data and using MQTT protocol for data transmission over the Internet to develop applications. Expected to be available in the hospital.


Numerical Investigation on the Effect of Different Flow Field Designs and Number of Channels Using ANSYS FLUENT Introduction One of the key components of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC) is the reactant flow field and its bipolar plate since they perform several functions affecting PEFC performance, such as keeping the reactants separate from each other, distributing them to the catalyst layer, distributing the electrons to the external circuit and also helping of water management. An improper designed flow field of a polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC) can cause the maldistributions, resulting in the reduction of PEFC performance and lifetime. Although there are several researches investigating the effect of flow field design, the parallel in series flow fields, which are the commercial flow fields sold by Electrochem Inc., however, have received a very low attention.Thus, the in-depth investigation of the parallel in series flow field has not yet been carried out.

Objective

Model Development

Fig. 2 The model geometries created in ANSYS Workbench

Six flow field configurations in Fig. 1 were carefully selected by considering the geometric parameters affected on PEFC performance. So that this study can highlight the effect of the flow field designs and number of channels. The geometries were created on ANSYS Workbench based on the realistic geometric parameters and imported into ANSYS FLUENT to compute by using the add-on module.

Results & Discussion

In Fig. 3, numerical results showed a good agreement with experimental data. The IV performance curve of the different flow fields is displayed in Fig. 4. The results revealed that the 1S flow field provided the best performance, while the worst was found in the parallel. Although the 1S flow field was also found the best in eliminating the liquid water, as seen in Fig. 5, the pressure drop (see Fig. 6) was found extraordinary high as compared to that of the Conclusion others. Therefore, the 1S flow field was not appropriate to The 1S flow field provided the best performance and be used in a commercial scale since it requires a power to uniformity while the parallel flow field was the worst. compensate the pressure drop. The design of the PIS, which slightly increased the pressure drop, would provide a higher reactant flow The number of channels affects the small-size PEFC velocity at the corners as compared to the serpentine performance greater than the flow field designs since as the flow fields with the same number of channels, and number of channels increases, the less amount of water saturation, higher performance and pressure drop were thus, it enhanced the water removal, resulting in the found. However, the influence of designs will be greater as the better water management. This effect is greater as the number of channels increases. With the same number of number of channels increases. This result is significant channels, the PIS flow fields performed better than the and would contribute an impact to the larger cell area S flow fields as their geometry provided higher reactant PEFC that used a much more number of channels flow flow velocity (see Fig. 7). Hence, the PIS flow fields were more field to avoid the large pressure drop. preferable than the S flow fields since a flow field with a high number of channels is required in a commercial scale for a lower pressure drop.

In this study, a numerical investigation on the distributions in six different flow field designs (see Fig. 1) over 5 cm 2 PEFC has been systematically carried out using CFD techniques via ANSYS FLUENT software to study the effect of different flow field configurations and number of channels.

Charoen-amornkitt P.1, 2 , Limjeerajarus N.1, 2 * ¹ Research Center for Advanced Energy Technology

2Automotive Engineering Program, Faculty of Engineering, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology

E-mail: nuttapol@tni.ac.th

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Design and Development of an Electric Three-wheeled Vehicle (E-Tuk Tuk) with an Efficient Battery Switching System

Introduction A Three-wheeled vehicle so-called Tuk Tuk is one of Thailand’s cultural identities. The conventional Tuk Tuk uses internal combustion engines (ICES) and releases greenhouse gases which causes the global warming. Replacing the conventional engine with an electric motor can be a promising solution to keep operating Tuk Tuk for Thai’s tourism and also reducing the pollutions. However, a major technological barrier which prevents the electric Tuk Tuk (E-Tuk Tuk) from the global commercial market is its too long recharging time, as compared with the gas refill time of the conventional Tuk Tuk. Thus, instead of recharging it, switching the battery at a service station can be a good answer solving such problem.

Research Methodology

Fig.1 The designed electrical contact

Fig.4 E-Tuk Tuk’s chassis supporting the battery switching system

Fig.2 The relationship of the contact resistance and the compressive stress

Fig.5 Deformation of the chassis at inclined angle of 0°

Fig.3 E-Tuk Tuk model

Fig.6 Stress distribution of the chassis at the inclined angle of 30°

Fig.7 The finished prototype of E-Tuk Tuk

Results and Discussion The minimum contact resistance of the coppers was found to be at about 0.01 under the load more than 0.15 MPa. As a result, springs with a stiffness of 25.6 kN/m were selected to generate the required load. For the structural analysis, simulation results showed than the maximum deformation approximately 3 mm in the normal direction to the surfaces (Fig. 5). The stress distribution over the chassis at different inclined angles was also studied. Fig.6 presents the stress distribution at the inclined angle of 30°, which was considered as the critical operating condition. It was found that even at the risk areas with maximum stress, the chassis will not plastically deform since the factor of safety was higher than 1.93. For a typical use scenario of 0°, the safety factor was at least 2.33. Finally, the developed E-Tuk Tuk was experimentally tested that it can be operated safely and efficiently as its battery switching process can be done within 5 mins.

Impacts to Society or Commercials

The battery switching system was initially designed on CATIA software. To make the battery switching system easy to be operated, an idea of cell phone-alike electrical contacts was employed for power transmission from the battery to the motor. The designed electrical contact consisted of Cu plate as the electric conductor, Bakelite as the insulator, and iron plate as the supporter, as shown in Fig.1. The relationship between contact resistance and the force exerted on the contact was studied (Fig. 2) in order to determine the a proper force required to achieve minimum resistance loss. Afterward, the battery switching system was designed to attach on the Tuk Tuk chassis with a rollersupport so that it can be retrieved out of and pushed back in the Tuk Tuk easily (Fig. 3 and 4). Simulation in ANSYS software was preformed using finite element analysis (FEA) so as to analyze the strength of the E-Tuk Tuk structure under different inclined planes of 0°, 10° , 20° and 30°.

Conclusion The prototype of an E-Tuk Tuk with a battery switching system has successfully developed as the switching operation can be carried out by a single person within 5 mins, i.e, 2.23 and 2.83 mins for a male and a female, respectively. Moreover, simulation and experimental results prove that the structure of the designed E-Tuk Tuk is sufficiently strong and will not plastically deformed under daily-use conditions.

This project is the prototype of E tuk-tuk that can reduce pollution and promote Thai traditional vehicle.

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Nuttapol Limjeerajarus, Naren Chaithanee and RCAET Research Team Automotive Engineering Program, Research Center for Advanced Energy Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology E-mail: nuttapol@tni.ac.th


A-GIS Based Potential Evaluation for Napier Grass Plantation in Thailand Introduction

Research Methodology

According to the Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP 2012-2021) initiated by the Ministry of Energy (MoE), the future power generation sourced by alternative energy resources is planned to be increased up to 25% of total power generation in the next 10 years. Among various alternative energy resources, biogas will contribute as high as 3600 MW of which 83% or 3000 MW will be produced from Napier grass. By an approximate estimation, an enormous area of 480,000 ha throughout Thailand is needed for Napier grass plantation in order to achieve the AEDP 2012-2021’s target.

The maps of land use, soil and precipitation were used in this study. Fig. 1 (b)-(d) presents an example of those 3 maps of Phrae province, respectively. The land use map was set as initial governing map by which only the areas of an abandon field, an abandon farm, a pasture, a groove wood and a lower land were considered as the usable areas for Napier Grass Plantation. By overlaying all 3 maps via ArcMAP 10.0 integrating with FAO framework of land suitability, the suitable areas were qualitatively located, as shown in Fig. 2. Finally, the multiple regression analysis was applied to the map so as to evaluate quantitatively the potential of Napier grass yield in Thailand. FAO Framework classification Table 1 The classification of geographical factors

Regression model "DMY=6.241(pH)−3.692(DN)−0.002(PC)+3.199(SF)−7.655" The authors would also like to thank GISTDA for providing the land use map and ArcGIS software as well as land development department of Thailand for the soil map. The precipitation map from HAII is also greatly appreciate.

Conclusion

Results & Discussion The result showed that Thailand has a usable area of 1.8 million ha with a maximum potential yield of 51 million tons/year. After the analysis was done, the most suitable area for Napier grass plantation, was in the Northern region. Although it did not contribute as the region of the largest usable area, it could provide a high amount of Napier grass yield as compared to its usable area. For example, the land suitability map of Phrae province which is in the Northern region was shown in Fig. 2.

The method of locating the suitable areas for Napier grass plantation over Thailand and its productivity estimation was successfully developed. The total usable was 1.8 million ha or approximately 3.5% of total geographical area of Thailand. It was found that most of the usable areas were in the suitability classification of rank S2. Overall, the Northern region is the most suitable while the largest usable area were located in the North-Eastern region which is approximately 45% of total usable area.

Impacts to Society or Commercials This project identify the areas which are suitable for Napier grass ,one of energy crop , plantation over the country.

Kotchakarn Nantasaksiri 1, Mahunnop Fakkao2 , Preesan Rakwatin3 , Nuttapol Limjeerajarus1 Research Center for Advanced Energy Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology , Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku university, Japan Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) E-mail: nuttapol@tni.ac.th

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Development of Biocoke (Bio-solid Fuel) from Biomass Resources in Thailand Research Backgrounds General Information Biocoke is a promising solid fuel made from biomass resources. Advantages Biocoke is a very useful fuel, with little or no Sulfur or ash content. Biocoke is expected to utilize as a replacement for coal coke to reduce CO2 and pollution gases emission. Potential Raw Materials in Thailand Agricultural wastes & other organics wastes: oil palm residues, rice husk, coffee grounds, soy bean residues and coconut residues. Wood biomass: rubber wood chip, Leucaena wood chip and saw dust. Solid wastes and industrial wastes.

Example of Biocokes Produced from Biomass Resources in Thailand

Industrial Application of Biocoke from Wood chips in Thailand Up to 20% biocoke as co-fuel with coal coke without modiďŹ cation of cupola furnace. Low CO2 and SOx emission.

Production of Biocoke

Maximum capacity: 300-500 kg/day

Conclusion Biocoke can be produced from almost plant-derived wastes with high caloriďŹ c values.

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Asst. Prof. Jintawat Chaichanawong (D.Eng.) Advanced Material Processing Research Laboratory Email: jintawat@tni.ac.th, Tel.: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2927, Fax: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2900


Study of Injection Molding Processes Embedded Magnetic Parts to Predict the Warpage of ABS Research Background

Results

The plastic injection process is one of the most widely used processes with high production efficiency. The developments of products have been influenced from the injection molding processes of the various parts. Therefore, the objective of this research is to propose the influence of injection molding processes embedded magnetic parts of neodymium-nickel to predict the warpage of ABS.

The results of the warpage of plastic injection molding processes of ABS embedded with magnet sample parts for the overmolding between CAE and experiments from design and development are shown in the Fig.1-2 as below.

Objective To create the mold for the plastic of polypropylene embedded with magnet sample parts for the overmolding, and to compare the results of the appropriate parameters of CAE analysis with experiments actually injection molding process of the plastic injection molding embedded with magnets on the horizontal injection molding machines.

Fig.1 Comparison results of total warpage between CAE and actual injection molding

Research Methodology

Fig.2 Applying for painting fixture, Other component was made by 3D printing

Discussions and Conclusion From the results provides us with a systematic method to know the values affect of the warpage of ABS. 5 requirements: filling time, packing pressure, packing time and melt temperature, which have total difference 35.34%. Once injected, real workpieces can be used with the painting fixture and it can reduce the time of engraving in the production process from the original 20 s to only 5 seconds.

Puriwat Khantiyanuwat and Wiroj Thasana Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology Research Laboratory (ADMT) C407, C-Building, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Modeling and Analysis of Parallel Link Robots Based on Product Model Data Including Geometric Tolerances

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Ryo Takematsu, Wiroj Thasana and Nobuhiro Sugimura Cooperation Research with Osaka Prefecture University and Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology Research Laboratory (ADMT) Contact Address: 1771/1 Pattakarn 37, Pattakarn Road, Suanluang, Bangkok 10250


A Comparison between Simulation and Experiment of Virtual Turning Processes Considering Kinematic Motion Deviations Research Background

Verification of 3-dimensional Tolerances

One of the most important revolutions in the later part of the last century is an introduction of CNC machine tools, which are able to carry out various complicated machining processes without human interaction. A paradigm shift in manufacturing from ‘real’ to ‘virtual’ with the aid of computers, it becomes possible to simulate some of the activities of physical manufacturing systems and high accuracy and the complicated geometries.

Assessment cylinders have shown in Fig. 3 considered as the reference datum to measure the 3D tolerances of the turned surfaces. The assessment cylinders are generated based on all the 3-dimensional coordinate data generated by the 3-dimensional turning process simulations.

Objective The objective of the present research is to propose a comparison between simulation model of the virtual turning processes and actual turning processes on CNC turning centers. The actual turning processes have machined on CNC turning centers based on the design of experiments using Taguchi approach, after that, inspection of cylindricity with Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) in order to confirm the simulation of virtual turning processes and the actual turning processes.

Fig. 3 Coordinate system for measuring deviations

Results and Discussions

Turning Process Simulation The positions of the origin OE of the cutting edges for the turning processes are given by Eq. (1) in the spindle coordinate system OS, the positions include all the kinematic motion deviations as shown in Fig. 1 and 2.

Fig. 1 Coordinate systems for turning processes

Fig. 2 Tool tips and cutting edges of turning processes

Fig. 4 Estimated geometries of turned faces with kinematic motion deviations

Fig. 5 Comparison between the simulation of virtual turning processes and the actual turning processes

The proposed method results of the optimal parameters provide us to be confirmed the simulation of virtual turning processes is similarity the actual turning processes approximately different at 4.48 %. Wiroj Thasana, D.Eng Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology Research Laboratory (ADMT) C407, C-Building, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Open Vehicle Routing Concept in the Multi-Depot and Multi-Retailer Distribution System Research Backgrounds The Open Vehicle Routing Problem (OVRP) is a special variant of Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) in which vehicles are not required to return to the depot or return with the same route or reverse order. The application instants of OVRP are railway transportation network problem, VRP with backhaul, school bus routing problem, newspaper or milk delivery problem and contracting of goods delivery by the third party company. This research aims to solve integrated inventory problem and open vehicle routing problem (IOVRP) of multiple depots and multiple retailers’distribution system. The developed algorithm proposes to solve for a set of routes minimizing total travelling distance.

Research Methodology

Example of Open Vehicle Route

Delivery route for odd-weeks

Delivery route for even-weeks

Future Application in Thailand

Conclusion

Apply to the logistics’ decision program based on the OVRP concept when the distribution network use resources allocation policy.

The OVRP application is advantage in giving lower traveling distance comparing to the classical VRP.

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This approach is practical in logistics and supply chain management since the inventory and transportation problems are considered for developing replenishment schedule.

Asst. Prof. Anchalee Supithak Advanced Industrial Engineering and Technology (AIE&T) Research Laboratory Email: anchalee_s@tni.ac.th, Tel.: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2914, Fax: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2900


Development of Low-Cost Condition Monitoring System of Rotating Machine for SME Research Backgrounds General Information

Example of condition monitoring on rotating machine

Rotating machine health monitoring is a method to Low-cost condition monitoring system can be applied to predict machine states and prevent machine form predict various types of defect in various rotating machines. severe damage.

Advantages of Low-cost condition monitoring system Predict a current machine state. Prevent machine form severe damage. Minimise unscheduled downtime. Improve repair time Increased machine life Improve product quality Reduce product cost

Condition Monitoring System of Rotating Machine for SME in Thailand Monitoring equipment costs and software are expensive. To reduce these cost, low-cost monitoring equipment is developed using low-cost hardware such as arduino, raspberry pi, etc. and software i.e. c++, Matlab, LabVIEW, etc.

Low-Cost Condition Monitoring System

Conclusion Low-cost condition monitoring system for rotating machine can help SME to have high capability system to predict their machine conditions in order to increase productivity and reduce maintenance cost of machine breakdown.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Pornchai Nivesrangsan Advanced Industrial Engineering and Technology (AIE&T ) Research Laboratory Email: pornchai@tni.ac.th, Tel.: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2927, Fax: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2900

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Automatic Ruler Calibrator by Vision Technique Research Backgrounds The process of ruler calibration is a time consuming process and the operator will got an eye stress since he have to decision the center of measuring line and the middle of the calibrator camera-picture.

Future Application in Thailand Apply to all Calibration Laboratory that calibrate Ruler, Measuring tape etc.

Conclusion There is the integration of high-precision mechanical system, motor controlling, vision technique and computer programming into the real automation machine.

Example of Open Vehicle Route Delivery route for odd-weeks Delivery route for even-weeks

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Asst. Prof. Dr. Warakom Nerdnoi Advanced Industrial Engineering and Technology (AIE&T) Research Laboratory Email: warakom@tni.ac.th, Tel.: 0-2763-2600, Fax: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2900


MPPT Solar Charge Controller Introduction Solar charge controller helps in increasing the efficiency of the solar power transferred to the battery. The main problem in solar charger system is to maintain the DC output power from the solar panel as constant. This research presents a design and implementation of maximum power point tracking(MPPT) techniques for solar charge controller using solar panel 20 watt 21.5V and DC to DC Buck converter. Fig. 1. Block diagram of experimental setup

Results and Discussion Figure 1 represent the schematic drawing s research, the attention will be focused in maximum power point tracking (MPPT) using the modified and adaptive of perturb and observe techniques, considering several irradiation conditions. A photograph of the system is shown in Fig. 2. Figure 3 shows the I-V and P-V Characteristic curve of the system prototype at the condition of power maximum is 17.0665 watt.

Conclusion

Fig. 2. Photograph of system prototype

A DC to DC Buck converter was designed using MPPT techniques for varied duty cycle of gate drive circuit. A model was set up for the feasibility analysis, and a system prototype was manufactured for experimental confirmation. The experimental results from the analysis of the prototype performance demonstrated the efficiency of the control design.

Fig. 3. I-V and P-V characteristic curve

Phaisarn SUDWILAI, Pattanachai KONGUDOM and Phacharawat CHINDAMANEE Advanced Magnetics and Motor Drive Research Laboratory : AMDRL E-mail :phaisarn@tni.ac.th AMDRL-LAB, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology,BKK

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Basketball-Shooting Robot

Introduction Students in Computer, Robotics and Technology Research Laboratory (CERT) spent most of the learning about electronics and computer programming. These students integrate everything they had learned to design and build a basketball-shooting robot. TPA Robo’s Basketball Competition 2017, held in front of a large, cheering crowd. The robot shoots as many basketballs as possible in under nine minutes. The winner of this competition is determined by points acquired by the technical report. If two or more teams are equal on points, the team with the shortest recorded time to complete is the winner.

Competition Objectivity Encourage students to apply their science and technology knowledge to create and build their own robots. - Design and build a basketball-shooting robot that can throw a free-throw shot accurately. - Implement the engineering design process to solve the design challenge. - Broaden the students' potential ability to create whole new systems of robot technology.

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Siriluck Anekboonlab and Computer Engineering students Computer, Robotics and Technology Research Laboratory (CERT) Faculty of Engineering, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology, Tel: 0-2763-2600, Fax: 0-2763-2600 ext. 2900


Faculty of Information Technology


Collision-Tolerant Flying Quadcopter for Search and Rescue Research Backgrounds The quadcopter are currently in use, there are some limitations that can not be closer to the target object or objects. Due to the high risk to the cause loss of balance and falling, allowing quadcopter can not be used in applications that require access to confined space, such as missions, search and rescue, fire and building surveying work in different industries.

Research Methodology 1) Design protection shock and frame structure of quadcopter in full 3D. 2) Using a 3D printer to create frame, protection equipment and customization. 3) Design and develop flight /video system. 4) Install electronic components onto quadpoter frame and protection shock. 5) Test quadcopter by simulated missions.

Discussions and Conclusion Results 1) Flight system - Dimensions fit in < 400 mm sphere - Take_off weight 700 g including battery, payload & protection. - Flight time up to 8 min. - Max. airspeed , 3 m/s (in normal mode) 7 m/s (in pro mode) 2) Flight modes Manual thrust, altitude hold and pro mode 3) Wireless communication - video and data downlink to remote controller (RC),command and data uplink to quadcopter. Frequency 2.4 GHz range up to 500 m in direct line of sight.

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Asst. Prof. Triratana Metkarunchit and Oran Ruenchuen Information Technology Research Center E-mail : triratana@tni.ac.th

Quadcopter were tested in various confined spaces. It is found that four-blade copter can fly as many simulation tasks. It very good while copter was not damaged in any way. While there is a 8 minute flight time limitation and the video signal is still sufficiently clear, the pilot can control it.

Impacts to Society or Commercials 1) Can be used drones for search, rescue and surveying industry in the narrow and dangerous structures. 2) Fast access and reduce the cost of the investigation.


Smart Home Security Systems with the Internet of Things to the Future Internet through IPv6 Support Research Backgrounds Household safety is the most important factor in everyday life. By the way, accident still happened everyday. Whereas, we can improve safety in household by using IoT6 technology and implement in the house that can improve security and inform the user when an accident happened.

System Designs and Research Methodology We put Z1 wireless sensors and Pi camera in the house with various type of sensors and send data to Ubidots platform via IPv6 Tunnel broker and take picture when detect movement and store picture to AWS.

Results Z1 can send data from sensors such as fire sensor, gas sensor and movement sensor to Ubidots through IPv6 tunnel broker every second. When accidents happen such as gas leak, fire or detect thief Ubidots will inform to house-owner by email or telephone number. By the way, when house-owner not stay in the house but sensors detect movement, the camera will take picture and store in AWS immediately.

Discussions and Conclusion

Impacts to Society or Commercials

Devices work with sensors very well it can detect fire, gas and movement and sending data and picture to cloud platform. But it needs public IPv4, open ICMP and Protocol 41 for use tunnel broker. So it’s hard to setting in Thailand normal house.

This work can improve household safety which is an important part in everyday life.

Suppachok Kiatikitikul, Charat Khamsaeng, Asst.Prof. Annop Monsakul, Ph.D. Information Technology Research Center E-mail : ki.suppachok_st@tni.ac.th, kh.charat_st@tni.ac.th, annop@tni.ac.th

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Identification of Entrapped Air Void on Concrete Surface by Image Segmentation and Visualization Techniques Research Backgrounds Precast concrete panel is widely popular in Thailand for residence or condominium due to its fast construction and good surface appearance. However, entrapped air void on precast concrete panel surface is one of problems affecting appearance and durability of panel. In order to control quality of concrete product, high density of air void on concrete surface must be rejected. Normally, this process is conducted by experienced engineerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s judgement that is qualitatively and low productivity. Therefore, technique that can quantitatively measure air void area density is required.

Research Methodology Air void on concrete surface is automatically detected by image processing technique. Steps include Image segmentation of entrapped air void on concrete surface by investigating cumulative histogram to determine suitable threshold levels Advanced adaptive thresholding is conducted to minimize effect of noise on result of air void detection such as non-uniform color of concrete surface.

Results Processed result shows highlighted area of air void with different color based on their size. User can set his own criteria for allowable size of air void. Quantitative results can be reported such as average size, maximum size, area density, etc. as shown in Figure 1.

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Figure 1. Original image (top) and result of proposed segmentation technique (bottom).

Conclusion The proposed segmentation technique can automatically locate the entrapped air void on concrete surface by using conventional image. The entrapped air void can be segmented with accuracy and consistency. The meaningful measurement data of visualization technique facilitates the comparative study and further quantitative investigation which are useful for determining the quality of concrete surface in construction industry or other similar applications.

Asst. Prof. Thitiporn Lertrusdachakul, Ph.d., Asst. Prof. Kasem Thiptarajan Information Technology Research Center E-mail : thitiporn@tni.ac.th


Development of a Virtual Classroom using Virtual Reality Technology Research Background Many course employed e-learning to support their student. The traditional e-learning are unattractive and individual studying. The employment of a more interest lessons, instead of the traditional e-learning, is another promising approach which is the virtual reality technology. It is certain that user can take more action and receive the essence in lesson.

System Designs and Research Methodology There are many style of e-learning classroom and the virtual reality technology is also one of them that is invented recently. The proposed system provides both material and study environment. So, student can feel like they are taking a course and also take a quiz as same as their classmate have already done in classroom.

Results This proposed method not only encourage student to pay more attention than the traditional which is e-learning in classroom, but also create more reality environment as same as the classroom which can ignite student to get more efďŹ ciency in learning.

Discussions and Conclusion The virtual classroom convinces and encourages student in the virtual reality studying. Furthermore, this system can imitate classroom environment which user can feel like they are sitting in a classroom. Then, user can see their classmateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s output during using the virtual reality equipment.

Impacts to Society or Commercials This project presents a new technique which utilize the virtual reality rather than directly using the traditional e-learning for studying efďŹ ciency. It can be developed for other course or e-learning online.

Apichaya Nimkoompai, Dr.Pramuk Boonsieng, Puwadol Sirikongtham Information Technology Research Center E-mail : apichaya@tni.ac.th

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System Development using HTML5 and TECHTILE Toolkit Research Backgrounds We improved our class by employing tactile information in the virtual space in addition to the existing visual and auditory information. We previously described the improvement of our class and confirmation experiment results for the remote sharing of tactile information and platform generalization. We employed the TECHTILE toolkit to provide tactile information and HTML5 for the new platform. Our experiment was conducted between the Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology (TNI) in Thailand and the Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT) in Japan (Figure 1).

Figure 1 : gPBL program

System Designs and Research Methodology We employed tactile information and both visual and auditory information in the virtual space using the TECHTILE toolkit (Figure 2). The TECHTILE toolkit is a device which enables to easily design tactile feeling. The TECHTILE toolkit enables record, edit, and playback the tactile perception of material properties in digital format, and even to share tactile experiences via Internet. Current prototype of TECHTILE toolkit is composed of haptic recorder (a microphone), tactile display (vibrators), and signal amplifier that is optimized to present not only zone of audibility (20-20000Hz) but also low frequency (1-20Hz) vibration.

Figure 3 : group work scene

Figure 4 : final presentation

Discussions and Conclusion Figure 2 : Techtile toolkit

This gPBL program had five groups, each of which consisted of two SIT students and two TNI students (Figures 3 and 4). English was used for communication in the group work and cultural exchange. Each group had internal discussion for deciding a target system to create with HTML5 and the TECHTILE toolkit. After groups introduced their plans for the target systems at their intermediate presentations, they began to develop their systems. At the final presentation, the five groups introduced their developed systems and the best group was honored.

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Dr.Saromporn Charoenpit Information Technology Research Center E-mail : saromporn@tni.ac.th

Based on improvements to our project-based-learning program entitled “Design and Implementation of Virtual Space” at the Shibaura institute of technology (SIT) by employing tactile information in virtual space in addition to existing visual and auditory information, we expanded the program for a global PBL at the Thai-Nichi institute of Technology (TNI). Ten SIT juniors who took the practice course and ten TNI juniors who took a HTML5 class participated in the gPBL. From their daily and final reports and questionnaire answers from the SIT students, we confirmed that gPBL was very useful at least for the SIT students to expand their views for their futures.


Case Studies for Theories and Practices of Data Science and Analytics Mobile Chart App with Data in Cloud Design and develop a mobile application that displays various charts with data stored in devices or in Cloud using a chart library for Android that supports scaling and dragging. Charts can be used to show a comparison, a relationship or a trend. Pie, bar and line charts are such charts selected because they are the most common chart in any business and very easy to use and interpret. This project also added a few extra components to the library, for example, chart title, vertical and horizontal axis title.

Growth Trend Analysis of SET for Sustainable Investment Growth trend analysis is intended to answer two most interesting questions whether Thailand’s stock market is growing or not in general and what industry is growing or declining in particular. 9,800 daily data points of Total Return Index (TRI) of eight industries, dated back from 2012 to 2016, were collected. Multiple regression analysis, although intuitively simple technique, was able to analyze the growth trend of Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). The percentage differences in TRI of each industry between today and next day are treated as independent variables and the SET TRI is considered as a dependent variable.

Dashboards and Pivot Tables Dashboard is a data visualization tool that provides views of the most important information (e.g., KPIs) typically organized on a single screen. It usually contains indicators and metrics that measure and monitor the different areas of a business with a particular purpose. The third figure shows a dashboard with a list box to control multiple charts to display revenue, net income and gross margin of products sold at a selected location. Pivot Table is an Excel feature that transforms countless rows and columns of data into a meaningful summary by grouping, totaling, filtering or inserting special formulas for specific calculations. Users can drag and drop fields in the pivot table to dynamically change the views. An example of a pivot table summarizes the total sales amount of different regions and markets, and uses the business segment to filter certain data. The fourth figure shows a pivot chart that interactively plots a column chart according to the data in the pivot table. Panupong Cholpraipimolrat, Sumana Lohitthada, Usarat Charoenwarachai, Apisit Saetung Tanasin Yatsungnoen, Patsama Charoenpong, and Dr. Paskorn Apirukvorapinit Information Technology Research Center E-mail : paskorn-a@tni.ac.th

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Development of Mobile Application for Electrical Equipment Control by Internet Network on Android OS Abstract

Result

Human error is something that is unavoidable. Anyone can forget to turn off a switch, which can cause an extra expense or even a disaster. To remote control any household electronic equipment usually requires a structure that support the system which is complicated. This paper proposes a framework for development of android mobile application for household electronic equipment controlling through internet. The framework is divided into 3 parts. The first part is design the controlling procedure through TCP (Transfer Control Protocol) or android application to control electronic equipment. The second part is design and implement Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment) and library for Arduino. The last part is design of mobile application for electronic equipment controlling through internet. The controlling is done by installing sensors on Arduino board e.g. LDR Photocell , PIR , MQ2. The Arduino board also installing light controlling system which is connected with relay. User can use mobile application to control the Arduino board through server. The result of overall evaluation has an average score of 4.35/5.

From the proposed framework, this work is evaluated by 3 users with different environment. 4.01-5.00: The most appropriate 3.01-4.00: Very appropriate 2.01-3.00: Appropriate 1.01-2.00: Quite appropriate 0.00-1.00: The least appropriate Table 1: Framework evaluation Detail 1. equipment appropriateness 2. application appropriateness 3. usage appropriateness Overall average

Mean 2.6 3.3 3.1

Level Appropriate Very appropriate Very appropriate

3.0

Appropriate

From the Table 1, the appropriateness of this framework is 3.0 which is appropriate.

Discussions and Conclusion

This paper proposes framework that apply internet of thing technology on electrical equipment controlling. From the implementation and This paper proposes Background framework that apply internet of thing technology Outside is cumbersome especially when there is a need evaluation, equipment appropriateness got average score to control some equipment. Some equipment is dangerous of 2.6, application appropriateness got 3.3, usage when left opened for a long period of time. This paper appropriateness got 3.1. The proposed framework can proposes electrical equipment controlling framework. reduce time that is needed to control electrical equipment directly and reduce the risk. For the next work, we will System Designs and Research use the results of this work to develop application further.

Methodology

The development of framework is divided into 3 parts. Impacts to Society or Commercials The first part is Design the controlling process through TCP. -Enhance safety for electrical equipment usage This part use Arduino to connect sensors with electrical -Reduce time for gathering equipment equipment and send data to the mobile application through server. The second part is Design of Arduino installation. Installation is done by using Arduino IDE and Simulation of work sensors library. The last part is Design the Android mobile application for controlling electrical equipment. This application requires Android version 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher. For the server connection, this paper use Thingspeak with API Key for verification.

Process of work Sensor Arudino Electronic

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Server

Internet Mobile Application

Dr. Thongchai Kaewkiriya, Boripan Boosayat Information Technology Research Center E-mail : thongchai@tni.ac.th


Development of Mobile Application for Plant Watering System on Android OS Abstract Watering is a matter of life and death for plants. There is an appropriate period for watering a plant but each plant demand watering at different period with different amount. Sometimes the appropriate time may impossible for owners to water their plants. This paper proposes design and development of android application for plant watering system which consists of 3 parts as follows, 1. Hardware design part which has Arduino board and soil moisture sensor, 2. Communication part which is a medium between hardware and mobile application, 3. Mobile application part which act as a system remote control including watering equipment. The evaluation is done by implement this for 25 users. The evaluation result is on a very satisfying.

Background

Result

For plant, watering is importance as human need to drink water. But plant watering also has appropriate time and appropriate amount which also depend on plant. The tree lover may not available at the appropriate time.

From the basic testing, the application can work properly. We created questionnaire for 25 users which is showed in Table 1. Table 1: Evaluation result Topic

System Designs and Research Methodology The concept can be divided into 3 parts i.e. hardware design, communication, and mobile application. Hardware design consists of Arduino board, application, and soil moisture sensor. But Arduino board cannot connect to wireless network so we connect with Wi-Fi Shield. Then connect Arduino board with soil moisture sensor and relay for controlling water valve. Communication part is a connection between hardware and application by put board’s IP in the application. Mobile application control the watering system. This application also stop watering if the user’s preset condition is satisfied, such as soil moisture.

Mean

Level

1. Usage

4.4

The most satisfaction

2. Installation

4.5

The most satisfaction

3. Application design

4.3

The most satisfaction

4. System consistency

4.6

The most satisfaction

Overall

4.45

The evaluation is done by using Likert scale which has 5 levels as follows, 4.01-5.00: The most satisfaction 3.01-4.00: Very satisfaction 2.01-3.00: Satisfaction 1.01-2.00: Quite satisfaction 0.00-1.00: The least satisfaction

Discussions and Conclusion Process of work

The objective is to reduce amount of time that tree lover need to spend on watering. The mobile application can be divided into 3 parts. First is Hardware design. Second is Communication. Third is Application. From the testing, watering system is practical and the evaluation result from 25 users is on the most satisfaction level.

Start Press open Pouring a tree moisture

Stop Pouring

Framework

moisture 350

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True

Press stop

False

Stop Pouring

End

Impacts to Society or Commercials -Reduce hiring cost for plant watering -Time efficient Dr. Thongchai Kaewkiriya, Danupol Intrarak, Thitikorn Phichi, Sukrit Kamhomkul Information Technology Research Center E-mail : thongchai@tni.ac.th

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Development of Automatic Mobile Application for Cigarette Smoke Detection and Smoker Based on Android Abstract

Result

Smoking in public area or non-smoking area is action that make trouble for others. It is hard to find who do that because to catch smokers, owner have to pay more money and employ more officers to manage this problem. That make a lot of Thai people still smoke in non-smoking area, although it is illegal. To solve this problem we would like to present a model of system that contain 3 parts. Part 1: smoke detecting equipment, contain with smoke detecting sensor and USB camera which is used to take pictures of smokers. Sensor and camera are controlled by Raspberry Pi. Part 2: interface control, this part database and It is used to collect data from equipment and pictures which are taken by camera. It is medium between equipment in part 1 and mobile application in part 3. Part 3: mobile application, it can alert user when smoker is detected and can shows details of detection with pictures of smokers that received from equipment in part 1. From usage testing, effective range of the model is 1-2 meters and has average time of 55.60 seconds, measure from beginning of the smoking until receive the notification.

The test is done by creating smoke at difference distant, the timer is started when ng incense stick and ended when user got the notification through application. The results are showed in Table 1. Table 1. The time that is used to notify the user after lighting incense stick (seconds).

Background Smoking in prohibited areas is a problem that cause troubles for others. Nowadays, this problem is common but hard to find the smokers. To prevent smokers from smoking in prohibited areas also need a large amount of investment. From the mentioned problem this paper proposes a model of cigarette smoke detection by using mobile application on Android operation system.

Time (seconds) Distant

1

2

3

4

5

Average

1. Meter

60.4

50.2

63.4

48.3

55.7

55.60

2. Meter

261.0

250.0

214.2

272.4

260.2

253.32

3. Meter

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

From the Table 1, the detection optimal range is between 1-2 meters with average time of 55.60 seconds from lighting until application notify user.

Discussion and Conclusion This paper objective is to create a model that support smoker by gathering data about location, time, and picture around the sensor. range of the device is between 1-2 meters with the fastest notificationcatching From the test, this model is suitable for closed space and detection time of 55.60 seconds.

Framework

System Designs and Research Methodology The proposed model consist of 3 parts as follows, 1) Smoke detection device, consists of smoke detection sensor and camera to take a picture of the smoker. This part is controlled by Raspberry Pi. 2) Interface control, this part is a medium for communication between smoke detection device and application by using Firebase service. 3) Application, the application notifies the user with information from smoke detection device.

Fig. 1: Smoke detection system framework

Impact to Society or Commercials This paper aids officer to catch the smokers who smoke in the prohibited areas. We hope this paper is beginning of the development of smokers’ responsibility. Fig 2: Smoke detecting equipment

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Dr.Thongchai Kaewkiriya, Patsawee Tangtrongtorkarn, Supanut Vaiyanikorn, Kotchaporn Sorn-ampai Information Technology Research Center E-mail : thongchai@tni.ac.th


Development of Mobile Application for Real Time Taxi Price Calculator Background One of the problem that passengers usually encounter with taxi is modiďŹ ed meter, so we use GPS technology to create an application. This application estimates the fare to prevent passengers from scam.

Impact to Society or Commercials This application aims to reduce scam and encourage user to use taxi.

System Designs and Research Methodology The proposed system consists of GPS for locating and speed, Andr application on Android OS version 4.4.0, and Google API (map, place, location, direction).

Result From the real-time calculation experiment which enable user to check the farei withfease. The applicationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inlterface is easy to use and understand. This application also suggests the best route and begins fare calculation when user get on the taxi. The calculated fare is depended on distance and elapsed time.

Flowchart for Application

Discussion and Conclusion This paper aims to apply GPS on fare calculation to help foreigner or tourist from scam while raise the satisfaction from using taxi. The position error has radius of 5 meters from the exact position is caused by GPS, delayed transmission, and environment. Because GPS use air as medium, weather condition and environ- ment can cause inconsistency i.e. when taxi go through places that do not have reception.

Dr. Thongchai Kaewkiriya, Montri Weravattana Information Technology Research Center E-mail : thongchai@tni.ac.th

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Academic Services Unit Faculty of Information Technology Objectives 1. To provide and coordinate a variety of academic services, integrating with other missions and policies of Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology. 2. To collaborate with our partners to offer academic services that satisfy the needs of targeted clients.

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Types of Services 1. Research and study including recommendations in related fields of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in cooperation with external organizations, for example, Big Data Analytics, Web Design, E-Learning System, Clip Video Creation, Mobile Applications, etc. 2. Trainings, seminars, and workshops Training and seminar in related ďŹ elds of Digital Technology and Industry 4.0 such as Network and Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Modern IT Programming, Business Management Strategy, Computer Graphic and Animation, etc. Training and seminar in Organizational Management and Development based on Japanese Style. 3. Experimental study and analysis services such as business data analytics using modern data science technologies. 4. Consulting services in ICT Technology for both Thai and Japanese entrepreneurs in areas such as Big Data and Data Science. 5. Design, development and production Website design and development and e-Learning system Development of multimedia for public relations such as infographic, motion graphic, animation.

For more information contact: Faculty of Information Technology (e-mail: ruttikorn@tni.ac.th) Tel: +66-2763-2766 1771/1 Pattanakarn Rd., Suanluang, Bangkok 10250


Faculty of Business Administration


Application of Digital Technology in TPS Manufactuing Simulation Research Backgrounds The Application of Digital Technology in TPS Manufacturing Simulation is a simulation application that utilizes digital technology for Toyota Production System (TPS) based production system, aimed to improve production control in Just in time system, as well as the order and real time data recording and display for effective performance evaluation in each of 7 steps in TPS.

Research Methodology The application of digital technology to Computer-assisted instruction(CAI)is another step in the development of simulation program, along with TPS 7 STEP Simulation for training, by linking learning contents to students through Procedural Simulation environment.

Results

Conclusion

The application of digital technology for simulation to achieve better production control process is proven to help lessen information lead time in production order, while the result can be recorded and displayed automatically in real-time format to keep the system precise and standard. Furthermore, this enables Interactive Feed Back to users, supporting self-learning system and more effective working response.

The application of digital technology for TPS manufacturingsystem in Industrial 4.0 era has a vital role to empower working performance and potential of the organization. The Kaizen of digital economy system simulation is a practical tool for practicing and learning to significantly reduce Information Lead time. Meanwhile, it also benefits users’ response in Interactive Feed Back, displayed in Realtime Automatic format.

Impacts to Society or Commercials Further application in transforming production processes to higher in Just-in-Time System.

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Vithinut Phakphonhamin Monodzukuri Research Center (TNI-MRC) E-mail : Vithinut@tni.ac.th


The Set Up Time Reduction Laboratory

Research Backgrounds The Industrial Management (IM) curriculum concentrates on producing graduates understanding the Japanese management philosophy, especially in Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), which is widely accepted in several industries that it can be well applied to develop a manufacturing organization. To increase the efďŹ ciency of practical learning for TPM, A Set up Time Reduction training kit was developed to help students understand about that core principle of TPM.

Research Methodology Set up Time Reduction or Single-Minute Exchange of Die (SMED), which is a part of TPM concept and consists of 7 steps, is a scope of development of Set up Time Reduction training kit for practical teaching.

Discussions and Conclusion The design and development of Set up Time Reduction training kit was tested in teaching and training sessions. The evaluation reveals that the training kit is crucial in great improvement of student and trainee learning and hence this training kit becomes an important element for aligning teaching methods to the Monodzukuri Philosophy.

Results Five sets of Set up Time Reduction training kit were created for students and trainees in a group of 3-7 to practice based on a small group basis. Compared to purely theoretical teaching, when a 7-steps based Set up Time Reduction training kit was adopted for practical teaching, the average score of satisfaction of students and trainees towards the training increased from 2.2 (low level) to 4.2 (high level), which was 91% improvement.

Impacts to Society or Commercials The Set up Time Reduction training kit can be used as part of training sessions for anyone interested and industries, and also it is a guideline for design and development of another training kit relating to TPM in the future.

Wuttipong Pawasarn Monodzukuri Research Center (TNI-MRC) E-mail : Wuttipong@tni.ac.th

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Center for Business Research and Service

ศูนยวิจัยและบริการธุรกิจ คณะบริหารธุรกิจ เปนหนวยงานหนึ่งในสถาบันเทคโนโลยีไทย-ญี่ปุน ที่มีภารกิจการ ใหบริการองคความรูดานการจัดการการผลิต ดานการบริหารจัดการทรัพยากรมนุษย ดานการจัดการระบบบัญชี ดานการบริหารจัดการธุรกิจระหวางประเทศ ดานการตลาด ดานโลจิสติกส เปนตน ศูนยวิจัยและบริการธุรกิจ คณะบริหารธุรกิจ ไดดําเนินการใหคําปรึกษาใหความรูในระบบ Monodzukuri ระบบ TPS ระบบ ISO 9001 และระบบการบริหารจัดการทรัพยากรมนุษยแบบญี่ปุน รวมทั้งมีระบบฐานขอมูล องคความรูในดานตางๆ โดยเฉพาะรูปแบบการบริหารจัดการแบบญี่ปุน ขอรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมไดที่ โทรศัพท 02-7632600 ตอ 2760 หรือ อีเมล rujarin@tni.ac.th/oeb@tni.ac.th Research and Business Services Center of Business Administration Faculty is an organization within Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology. Our mission is to provide knowledge in Production Management, Human Resource Management, Accounting Management, International Business Management, Marketing and last but not least Logistics. The Research and Business Services Center provides knowledge and consultation in systems such as Monodzukuri system, TPS system, ISO 9001 system and Japanese style Human Resource Management. The center also provides a database for several business models, especially Japanese Business Management. For more information, please contact; Tel: 02-7632600 ext.2760 E-mail: rujarin@tni.ac.th/oeb@tni.ac.th

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College of General Education and Languages


Students' Success Roadmap

Japanese

- Start from 0 - Japanese Alphabets & Basic Grammar - Communication Skills in Daily Life

English

- Communication Skills in Daily Life - TOEIC Scores > 500 or Equivalent to A1- A2 in Common European Framework (CEFER)

Japanese

- Upper Basic Grammar - Communication Skills in the Workplace - Basic Presentation Skills

Japanese

English

- Business Communication Skills - Presentation in English - Job Hunter - TOEIC Scores > 600 or Equivalent to A2- B1 in Common European Framework (CEFER)

English

- Practical Grammar in Use - English for Specific Purposes - Communication Skills in the Workplace - TOEIC for Co-operative Education & - Working Culture in Japanese Style Professional Prospects

Japanese

- Japanese Technical Terms - Japanese Language Integrated Skills - Working Life Preparation

English

- English for Specific Purposes - Real English, Real Work, Real World

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College of General Education and Languages, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology 1771/1, Pattanakarn Rd, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250, THAILAND TEL: 02-763-2600 Fax: 02-763-2754 Website : http://cgel.tni.ac.th


Reinforcement for Students

Textbooks Produce our own original textbooks Focus on communication skills in various situations especially in the workplace and the factory Essential English for speciďŹ c purposes for a future career Enhance knowledge of Japanese working culture

Extra-Curricular Activities Strengthen language skills activities : Project Presentation, Speech Contest, Story Telling, etc. Joint seminar with Japanese University students : Meiji University, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, etc. Cultural activities : Ikebana & Shodo by an expert from Japan, etc. Special lecture by a distinguished Professor from Japan Provide an English & Japanese Language learning atmosphere : No Thai for Today, English Day, Japanese Day

Short-term Exchange Program Learning Japanese language & culture in Japan during summer at ABK College, Sendagaya Japanese College, Aomori Chuo Gakuin Unversity, Higashikawa Japanese Language School, Aso College Group, etc. Learning English language & culture at Philinter Education Center in the Philippines

TNI Ability Test English & Japanese ability tests organized by CGEL to evaluate the potential of 3rd year students. The results are considered as the JLPT & TOEIC scores for co-operative education & future career preparation.

Future Goal Become the center of English & Japanese Language training for the business & industry sectors including online training courses: Japanese conversation via online through applications & social networking sites.

Academic Services JAPANESE COURSES

ENGLISH COURSES

Basic Japanese Course 1 - 8 JLPT Preparation Course Japanese in the Workplace 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4 Other courses as requested

English Conversation 1 - 2 TOEIC Preparation Course Business English Writing English for Long Life Learning Other courses as requested College of General Education and Languages, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology 1771/1, Pattanakarn Rd, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250, THAILAND TEL: 02-763-2600 Fax: 02-763-2754 Website : http://cgel.tni.ac.th

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Research and Academic Services Department, Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology 1771/1 Pattanakarn Road, Suanluang, Bangkok 10250 Tel: +66 (0) 2763 2600 ext. 2752, 2704 Fax. +66 (0) 2763 2754 Email: research@tni.ac.th website: www.tni.ac.th

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