MOTIC monitors air quality from a connected, mobile device that can be attached directly to small motorbikes, thus enabling the collection of data on the move in areas with high vehicle traffic. The particle monitor provides information on concentration and size distribution of pollution particles, using laser-based technology and a high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter. Collected data is integrated into a mapping system to offer a real time view of the distribution of polluting particles.
Alya is a curious and creative individual on a lifelong journey of self-discovery. Born with an innate passion for exploration, She had dedicated her life to seeking knowledge and pushing boundaries. From her early years as an inquisitive child to her academic pursuits in civil engineering, she had consistently embraced challenges and welcomed growth. This project is an extension of her unwavering commitment to innovation and problem-solving. Through the MOTIC project , She aims to combine her diverse skills and experiences to make a meaningful contribution to the world.moreLinkedIn Instagram
Wahyu Saputra is a passionate Civil Engineering student at Bakrie University, with a keen interest in social activities and a love for challenges. Born and raised with a curious mind, Wahyu delved into the world of engineering, driven by a desire to build a better future. Alongside academic pursuits, Wahyu actively engages in various social activities, demonstrating a commitment to making a positive impact in the community. With a blend of technical skills, a heart for social change, and a fondness for challenges, Wahyu embodies the spirit of a dedicated student and a compassionate citizen.moreLinkedIn Instagram
Zem is a young man from Toraja village. Since childhood, Zem has had high enthusiasm and dedication, he also really cares about the environment. He is aware of the importance of maintaining cleanliness and preserving the surrounding environment. Therefore, Zem often joins in social activities aimed at cleaning rivers and land in his village. Currently, Zem is running a project called MOTIC. This project aims to determine the level of air pollution and particles in Jakarta's air. Zem is aware that air quality is a serious problem in the Indonesian capital. By launching MOTIC, Zem hopes to provide useful information for the people of Jakarta and the government in overcoming this environmental issue. In carrying out the project, Zem will publish the results of this research so that the public can better understand the impacts caused by air pollution. Zem's dedication to the MOTIC project is getting stronger every day, because he wants to make a real contribution to efforts to maintain air quality in Jakarta.moreLinkedIn Instagram