Mobile application to tackle infection disease in Indonesia

Leonardus Ansis Bas, Ali Shidqie Al Faruqi, Ridho Kurniwan Harefa, Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars, Arief Ramadhan, Nurulhuda Noordin

Article ID: 3329
Vol 8, Issue 4, 2024

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Infectious diseases often occur, especially as diseases such as COVID-19 have claimed many lives in the years between 2019–2021. That’s why it’s called COVID-19, considering that this infectious disease outbreak started in 2019, and its consequences and effects are devastating. Like other countries’ governments, the Indonesian government always announces the latest data on this infectious disease, such as death rates and recoveries. Infectious diseases are transmitted directly through disease carriers to humans through infections such as fungi, bacteria, viruses and parasites. In this research, we offer a contagious illness monitoring application to help the public and government know the zone’s status so that people are more alert when travelling between regions. This application was created based on Web Application Programming Interface (API) data and configured on the Google Map API to determine a person’s or user’s coordinates in a particular zone. We made it using the prototype method to help users understand this application well. This research is part of the Automatic Identification System (AIS) research, where the use of mobile technology is an example of implementation options that can be made to implement this system.


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infection disease; mobile application; public health data; health monitoring

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