Fapet Students Won International Award through the Written Idea of Renewable Energy

Fapet Team consisting of Dimas Teguh prasetiyo, Umi Lailasari, Berliana Arifa Noer Shodiq, Rifaldi Fadilah dan Muhammad Alfan Nurdin (FAPET 2018)

Students of the Faculty of Animal Husbandry (FAPET) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) succeeded in achieving achievements in the 33rd International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition (ITEX) competition held by Malaysian Invention and Design Society (MINDS) at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center (KLCC), Malaysia on Thursday-Friday (26/5-27/5/2022).

In the ITEX 2022 event, the FAPET UB team won a gold medal and the Best Young Investor Award for their written idea of ​​an innovation called Hybrid Energy System in the Field of Agrocomplexes Based on Eco Friendly Smart Cage System Powered by Cattle Waste & Android As The 4.0. This idea arose from the problems of climate change and the increasing population in Indonesia.

This increase in population has an effect on increasing the need for energy, so that one solution that can be done is to implement a transition to the use of non-renewable energy with environmentally friendly New and Renewable Energy (NRE).

Dimas Teguh hopes that with this idea, it is hoped that agriculture and animal husbandry in Indonesia will be more advanced in the future.

“On behalf of my friends, I would like to thank all parties including the entire academic community of Universitas Brawijaya, PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk, PT Bukit Asam Tbk, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk, and Asiavesta who have supported us, so that we can win gold medal at the ITEX 2022 international event,” said Dimas.

ITEX 2022 is an international level technological discovery and innovation exhibition which is attended by more than 23 countries. Under the guidance of lecturer, Dr Abdul Manab, S.Pt., MP. UB sends five people to participate in this competition, namely Dimas Teguh prasetiyo (FAPET 2018), Umi Lailasari (FAPET 2018), Berliana Arifa Noer Shodiq (FAPET 2018), Rifaldi Fadilah (FAPET 2018) and Muhammad Alfan Nurdin (FAPET 2018). [Humas UB/ Trans. Iir]