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Pertamina Improves Digital Applications

PT Pertamina International Shipping (PIS) continues to improve the digital version of the Enhanced Daily Tanker Position (EDTP) application as a tanker monitoring automation development programme. The EDTP application, which has received awards from external and internal Pertamina, is now upgraded to EDTP 3.0 with improved quality features and formulas to be applied in a series of Supply & Distribution monitoring throughout Indonesia. This application can find out the real-time position of the PIS fleet of ships sailing in international waters, from the Pertamina Command Center (PCC) Control Room as the Control Centre.

This application plays a very important role in the effectiveness of ship management for operational cost efficiency, as well as responding to the challenges of digital transformation.

− Arief Sukmara, Corporate Secretary, Pertamina International Shipping

Some additional features as a result of development in EDTP 3.0 are; the login feature to improve application security, vessel tracking, monitoring, layering (for weather, potential tsunami, and earthquake), navigation, a dashboard to facilitate monitoring and reporting, CCTV and alert system on anomalous conditions to increase awareness and security of cargo distribution, bookmarks, and operational reports.

Previously, PIS also collaborated with a world-class classification company, to implement the ShipManager technical module application. This application is applied from the planning, implementation, to the evaluation of maintenance activities, QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety, Environment System) and Crewing System.

Other applications that have been implemented by PIS are the Fleet Management Dashboard and Fleet Digital Control Room to monitor ship management flexibly so that shipping operations can be more effective and efficient. Fleet Management Dashboard is applied to find out ship management in real-time. Meanwhile, the Fleet Digital Control Room is to monitor owned vessels and build and manage applications that can be monitored via mobile phones.

PIS also launched a digital application called PEKA which means Work Safety Observation. This application is expected to be used to assist in the implementation of work safety observations in the PIS environment.

The PEKA application is also expected to be able to mitigate the dangers and risks of HSSE before an incident occurs and help accelerate the achievement of generative HSSE. Moreover, with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the presence of a new variant of Omicron, the HSSE function, one of which is the health condition of all workers, can be given the most optimal protection.

Enterprise Information Technology (EIT) is responsible for developing ICT Service Excellence that is aligned with the company’s needs and business activities. In the era of industrial transformation 4.0, which increasingly relies on connectivity and data, EIT aspires to become a business strategic partner as well as a driving force for the company’s operational activities.

EIT implements a digital transformation program that refers to the company’s main theme, is led by business, is carried out comprehensively from the perspectives of people, process, and technology, and is flexible in determining and developing solutions in order to accelerate the achievement of targets.

As reported by OpenGov Asia, the Ministry of Communication and Informatics will provide support to the Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP) to facilitate all expenditures of ministries and regional institutions through e-catalogues. The Minister of Communication and Informatics, Johnny G. Plate, stated that the support includes the preparation of applications, bandwidth and data centres.

The President said earlier to regional heads to encourage UMKM and Ultra Micro (UMi) to be assisted. So that the product is immediately registered in the LKPP e-catalogue. At least, by the end of this year, a minimum of 1 million products are available in our e-catalogue list, which is currently almost 200,000.

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