Smartphone Application for Support Library Operations in the Internet of Things Era


  • Eko Hadianto Universitas Pradita
  • Djarot Hindarto Fakultas Teknologi Komunikasi dan Informasi Universitas Nasional, Jakarta
  • Handri Santoso Universitas Pradita, Serpong, Banten




Camera, Internet of Things, RFID, Smartphone, System Application


The library can be referred to as a storage place for books and other references. The reference can be in the form of digital storage media. Libraries if not managed properly will cause chaos in the library organization. Many books were lost due to the entry and exit of books that were out of control. Currently, the library is not only a place to store books but can be maximized by managing and adding other digital devices. The use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in libraries adds sophistication to the management of books and library items. In addition, currently many libraries have taken advantage of Internet of Things Technology, by adding various sensors and integrating with cloud-based storage devices. It provides a service that makes it easy for library members to find and track the current whereabouts of books. This research does not only create a library by providing hardware in the form of sensors to be installed in the library. This paper also proposes the use of smartphones as an alternative in replacing sensor hardware. This study uses a QR Code sensor to match the book you are looking for and simulates dancing a book in blocks and bookcases. with augmented reality. The purpose of this research is to make a smart library prototype to make it easier for library members to find books or other references. The results of the experiment to find books and DVDs that have been carried out achieve an accuracy of 83.33%.

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Hadianto, E., Hindarto, D. ., & Santoso, H. (2023). Smartphone Application for Support Library Operations in the Internet of Things Era. Sinkron : Jurnal Dan Penelitian Teknik Informatika, 8(2), 880-889.

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