Uncertainty Of Temperature For Halal Cold Chain Transportation In Indonesia

Jonatan Gery, Feren Permata Syari, Raden Didiet Rachmat Hidayat, Andy Maulana, Danang Darunanto


In Indonesia is still facing the same problem in cold chain temperature on goods that do not fit the standard when shipping. The article will discuss about factors that affect the decrease in temperature of the goods and tools used to control the actual conditions using several methods, especially using RFID and WSN to determine the temperature in the base station, which collects and processes data that will be sent. The research was conducted using a qualitative approach to describe clearly and in-depth activities that have been carried out. From the results obtained is still the lack of transparency of the stakeholders because of the nature of egosistem owned from each party. As found at PT. Multi Terminal Indonesia, which has shown the process that occurs in their cold storage to customers. The results obtained there must be collaboration which symbolized the ecosystem between all stakeholders involved such as the governmentand community (with academics in it) to increase awareness of the importance of  information about temperature stability for halal cold chains. With the implementation of this system in every distribution that carries a halal cold chain, it will be better for end consumers who also have to know how these products can be consumed. Every data from each product will be collected in the cloud system. Each party can know each other the processes of each product to be consumed. With this cloud system the information provided will be safer because no one can access data into the system. We suggested My Cargo.co.id to track and trace platform which was made in the nation. Moreover, My Cargo.co.id can monitor the temperature of the goods sent from farm to fork.


Cold Chain; RFID; Egosystem; Ecosystem; Platform

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