Title should be brief and precisely describe the content of the article, maximum 15 words.
The abstract must be written as concisely as possible and must be composed of problem statements, research methods, findings/developments, and concise conclusions, at the top of the paper with the single column as it is here, below the author information. Use the word "Abstract" as the title, in 10-point Times, boldface type, left relative to the column, initially capitalized. The abstract is to be in 9-point, single-spaced type, and up to 200 words in length. Leave two blank lines after the abstract or list three to five keywords related to the articles.
The manuscript should contain an article consisting of 1. Introduction, 2. Research Method (may include analysis, architecture, methods used to solve problems, and implementation), 3. Results and Discussion, 4. Conclusion, 5. Acknowledgment (if any) and References. The introductions should consist of the following [2,3]: (1). Background of the study, (2). Brief literature review, (3). Reasons for conducting the study, and (4). Objective of the study.
This describes the preparation methods and characterization techniques used. Please explain briefly and precisely the size, volume, replication, and workmanship technique used. The new method should be described in detail to enable other researchers to reproduce the experiment. Meanwhile, established methods can be explained by quoting from references.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Research findings are presented based on a logical sequence to form a story. The contents show facts/data and do not discuss the results. Tables and Numbers can be used, but do not repeat the same data in figures, tables, and text. To further clarify the description, subtitles can be used. Discussion is a basic explanation, relationship, and generalization indicated by the results. The description answers the research question. In case there are doubtful results, they should be displayed objectively.
The main references are national and international journals and proceedings. All references must come from the most relevant, up-to-date sources and the minimum reference is 25, we strongly recommend the use of reference management tools such as Mendeley and Zotero for compiling your references. References are written in IEEE style. Please use a consistent format for reference – see the example below (10pt):
 Wardana, I Nyoman Kusuma, Ngakan Nyoman Kutha Krisnawijaya, and I Wayan Aditya Suranata. 2018. “Sub-1 GHz Wireless Nodes Performance Evaluation for Intelligent Greenhouse System.” TELKOMNIKA (Telecommunication Computing Electronics and Control) 16 (6): 2888. https://doi.org/10.12928/telkomnika.v16i6.11556
 Bakhtar, Nikita, Varsha Chhabria, Iptisaam Chougle, Harsha Vidhrani, and Rupali Hande. 2019. “IoT Based Hydroponic Farm.” 2018 International Conference on Smart Systems and Inventive Technology (ICSSIT), no. Icssit: 205–9. https://doi.org/10.1109/icssit.2018.8748447
 Maia, Rodrigo Filev, Ibrahim Netto, and Anh Lan Ho Tran. 2017. “Precision Agriculture Using Remote Monitoring Systems in Brazil.” GHTC 2017 - IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference, Proceedings 2017-January: 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1109/GHTC.2017.8239290
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