Aizul Harun

Aizul Harun
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia | UTM · Malaysian - Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT)

Doctor of Philosophy (Built Environment)

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May 2009 - March 2016
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
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Many previously conducted empirical studies have displayed mixed findings about the influence of internal factors within an organization on the management of risk among construction companies. Hence, there is a need for introducing a moderating variable to this field of study. The aim of this research was to confirm whether coercive pressure plays...
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The livestock farming sector usually require a lot of manpower and may face problems such as adhering the designated feeding schedule. Therefore, this paper intends to aid in this sector by bringing the smart feeder system. The main objective of this paper is to control and monitor livestock feeding time using application via smartphones. This is t...
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The provision of affordable housing is being developed rapidly whilst the mismatch between demand and supply in the residential market was reported as a crisis causing an increased in the overhang of residential accommodation. To date, no detailed analysis in the form of a spatial pattern for affordable housing has been studied to illustrate the cr...
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Flood disaster is a major disaster that frequently happens globally, it brings serious impacts to lives, property, infrastructure and environment. To stop flooding seems to be difficult but to prevent from serious damages that caused by flood is possible. Thus, implementing flood prediction could help in flood preparation and possibly to reduce the...
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Flooding is one of the biggest natural disasters that occurs frequently around the world. It can occur without warning and the after effect of it leaves great damage to the surrounding environment and exposes life threatening to citizen. Therefore, early flood detection and monitoring system with the implementation of Internet of Things and Global...
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The implementation of an industrialized building system (IBS) by housing developers has been a subject of argument in terms of reducing the overall costs of the housing projects which aim to sustain the supply of affordable houses to the people. To date, no real-world study has been conducted into real business cases. Thus, this case study has been...
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The multiple-disciplinary article has been written belong to the Virtual Team area. Unfortunately, a lack of analysis is not measured by publication trends related to this field. Hence, these studies to demonstrate the trend of “Virtual Team” scientific literature from 1991 until 2020. Specifically, a total number of 1,782 publications were investi...
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Abstract Background: Building information modelling (BIM) in the last two decades has been one of the most positive inventions in the fields of architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. The BIM software gives a digital representation of how the building will be after construction. Methods: A total of “108” journal articles, confe...
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The use of prefabricated components in an Industrialised Building System (IBS) is the main priority for the Malaysian's government projects, including the erection of low-cost housing. This is due to the government's concern which is to provide affordable housing for the low and middle-income groups. By leveraging the IBS initiative, the faster com...
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The Malaysian Government has allocated a policy on the supply of affordable houses to its people, considering that there is a critical gap between the demand and supply towards the group income of M40. This effort also involved the private sector albeit facing the challenges in the complex market such as matching the household income with the suita...
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Dam is known for its beneficial to human as water storage, hydro-electricity supply, and flood mitigation. However, dam also poses a significant threat to human lives and high economic losses as a cascading impact from natural hazards, e.g. earthquake landslide, and extreme climate, e.g. intense and prolonged rainfall. As stated in the Sendai Frame...
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Effective information management is one of the key success factors in managing the humanitarian aid distribution process during and post disasters and it depends on how much, how accurate, and how reliable the available information is. However, there are several key issues that need attention, such as redundancy of information about the disaster an...
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The involvement of private sector in offering affordable housing price for the public is very crucial in the long run. It is relevant as the developing country like Malaysia is experiencing the arising of population and urbanisation process. Therefore, a wellestablished method such as the approach of utilising the prefabrication technology must be...
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Commission VI, WG VI/4 ABSTRACT: Humanitarian aid distribution is associated with many activities, numerous disaster management stakeholders, enormous effort and different processes. For effective communication, humanitarian aid distribution activities require appropriate and up-to-date information to enhance collaboration, and improve integration....
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This paper contributes towards an overview of adoption level of reuse and recycles practice in Malaysia construction companies. Reuse and recycles practice includes in the activities of waste management. During the previous decades, waste of construction materials has become a serious issue as it contributes towards harm pollution for environment a...
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Two types of the housing delivery system (HDS) were used in providing houses in the Malaysia market. However concept and differences between this two systems are not yet discussed in the feature diagram in giving comprehensive understanding the process purchasing a house. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the process of p...
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The humanitarian aid distribution process is a broad activity for helping disaster victims at the right time, with the right needs and at the right place during a disaster. However, there are always issues that could interfere with the humanitarian aid distribution process such as cases of food redundancy, uneven distribution of food supply to disa...
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The humanitarian aid distribution process is a broad activity for helping disaster victims at the right time, with the right needs and at the right place during a disaster. However, there are always issues that could interfere with the humanitarian aid distribution process such as cases of food redundancy, uneven distribution of food supply to disa...
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Towards achieving National Transformation 2050 for Malaysia's smart communities 2050 with the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Malaysia aquaculture industry has become a targeted industry for the fast-growing food industry in the digital revolution that ranked in the top 15 world producers in 2014 with an estimated 521,000 tonnes of total aquaculture...
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The evolution of social media technology is rapidly growing. Information can be shared across the worldthrough the social media. During a disaster, social media provides a clear and precise picture of the situation especially, in the disaster zone where victims at the scene can plan their exit beforeemergency responders arrived at the catastrophe s...
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Globally, the public sector plays an important role in leading the market towards BIM adoption as they can be a catalyst towards better utilisation of BIM in the industry. Implementation of electronic submission for instance, may become a channel for the public sector to gather information within BIM environment, especially project development info...
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Since the introduction of BIM in Malaysia in 2009, the technology adoption rate is slow when compared to other countries of the world. Most of the construction companies in Malaysia have an insight on the BIM concept but are yet to implement it in the management of their construction projects. By the year 2020, the Malaysian government will make BI...
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The rapid economic development has increased the demand for construction of infrastructure and facilities globally. Sustainable development and globalization are the new 'Zeitgeist' of the 21st century. In order to implement these projects successfully and to meet the functional aim of the projects within their lifetime, an efficient project manage...
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This paper seeks to clarify Building Information Modelling (BIM) and its implementation in Malaysia. Most developed countries that have implemented BIM in the construction industry have found it effective. This paper reviews existing literature on the implementation of BIM and examines the implementation strategies that have been developed. The rev...
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Traditionally,procurement covers the sales and purchase activities between two entities,which covers various aspects from searching,sourcing,negotiating,ordering,and receipt,to post-purchase review. In line with the advancement of information and communication technologies,as well as with the rapid growth of the Internet,more and more people and or...
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The Just-In-Time (JIT) philosophy has been used for many decades to increase productivity through waste elimination process. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the body of knowledge by addressing the issue of transportation, logistic and material delivery in Industrialized Building System (IBS) construction projects. This paper through l...
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The Government of Malaysia has taken a proactive action by implementing the strategic ICT-driven or ICT-enabled transformation programmes and ICT plays a critical role in ensuring their efficient and effective implementation. However regardless the efforts, the implementation of BIM in Malaysia mostly on the private sector driven and it is still be...
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The use of Mobile Environmental Information System (MEIS) which integrates the use of mobile web, devices and wireless sensor networks has the potential to enhance environmental information management and communication processes among users and play an important role in field data acquisition and validation, to provide real-time environmental data...
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The use of Mobile Environmental Information System (MEIS) which integrates the use of mobile web, devices and wireless sensor networks has the potential to enhance environmental information management and communication processes among users and play an important role in field data acquisition and validation, to provide real-time environmental data...
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The negative impacts of construction activities can be controlled and reduced through identification of environmental aspects and impacts of construction activities, implementation of the mitigation measures and site monitoring on a regular basis e.g through surveillance in the framework of the Environmental Management System (EMS). Continuous impr...
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Data and data retrieval remain central to the challenge of environmental protection initiatives. Approaches such as walk-through inspections and environmental monitoring rely on environmental information that is concise, accurate, material timely and usable. However, current methods of collecting environmental data from the field are, on occasion,...
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Data and data retrieval remain central to the challenge of environmental protection initiatives. Approaches such as walk-through inspections and environmental monitoring rely on environmental information that is concise, accurate, material timely and usable. However, current methods of collecting environmental data from the field are, on occasion,...

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Uderstanding the overall distribution systems of aquaculture value chain in Malaysia and develop new model of supply chain maps of freshwater system