Mastitis Detection System in Dairy Cow Milk based on Fuzzy Inference System using Electrical Conductivity and Power of Hydrogen Sensor Value

  • Muhammad Syahrial Rukmana School of Computing, Telkom University, Bandung, Indonesia
  • Andrian Rakhmatsyah School of Computing, Telkom University, Bandung, Indonesia
  • Aulia Arif Wardana School of Computing, Telkom University, Bandung, Indonesia
Keywords: mastitis, cow milk, fuzzy inference system, electrical conductivity, power of hydrogen


This study build a system for screening method to detect mastitis in dairy cow milk using Electrical Conductivity (EC) and Power of Hydrogen (pH) sensor. The value of EC and pH sensor is analyze using fuzzy logic to clarify the truth value between it. Mastitis in cows can cause loss and decrease milk production and quality in the dairy farmer industry. Currently, detecting mastitis in cow’s milk still done manually by looking at the color change of the milk and analyzing the cow behavior. This paper has designed a mastitis detection system using the Mamdani type fuzzy inference system and the final result will be displayed on an Android-based smartphone. From the test result, it was found that the system has 79.2% detection accuracy value. This system is suitable for alternative screening method that used to detect mastitis in dairy cow milk.


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How to Cite
Muhammad Syahrial Rukmana, Andrian Rakhmatsyah, & Wardana, A. A. (2021). Mastitis Detection System in Dairy Cow Milk based on Fuzzy Inference System using Electrical Conductivity and Power of Hydrogen Sensor Value. EMITTER International Journal of Engineering Technology, 9(1), 154-168.