Triputra Agro Persada Uses 4 Kinds of Technology to Process Palm Oil

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Triputra Agro Persada Uses 4 Kinds of Technology to Process Palm Oil

InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – To delivering update about palm oil production and rhythm of field work, one palm oil plantation company in national scale, PT Triputra Agro Persada Tbk., (TPG) has developing digital system in its plantations. At least, the company belonging to TP Rachmat, is developing four latest technology to process its plantations.

Corporate Secretary TPG, Joni Tjeng said, the first is that until now the company develops eBBC. This is the upgrade mobile application to harvest both in the palm oil and rubber plantations.

Joni thought, the latest development version would be about to complete and implemented in the field. This is about to automatically calculate and check the harvest outcome, would deliver numbers of fresh fruit bunch which was harvested.

“The application will calculate the harvest numbers in high accuracy,” he said in a webinar conducted by Samuel Sekuritas that InfoSAWIT recently attended.

He continued, it is 47% in progress and will also know and check the quality, quantity, and validation of the harvest that an assistants or head of assistant in plantations and mill will be using.

The second is that Mobile Inspection. It is developed from the previous. This will deliver good suggestion, inspection by providing the maps to help the team to report the way condition, note every problem identification and corrective action which becomes the control for every organization to observe PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Action). “And would record and monitor every way process improvement. It is on the run,” Joni said.

The third is that drone technology. It will control the pests, disease, and check the hotspot from a camera. It is in 50% to develop and would be very useful to prevent the fire in palm oil plantations.

The fourth is OneClick. It is about to consolidate data to be reported to the management. “We also add the latest progress, such as, seiryuka (a smooth information system) to know the harvest, nursery, work rhythm approval, and mobile system,” Joni mentioned. (T2)