Ronnie Camilo F. Robles

Work place: Department of Education – Sibul National High School



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Ronnie Camilo F. Robles is a senior high school teacher at Sibul National High School, one of the public schools, under the supervision of the Department of Education – Division of Nueva Ecija. He has been teaching for 4 years now. He is a holder of MSIT degree from the Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology.

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Mobile-based Attendance Monitoring System Using Face Tagging Technology

By Mariel Y. Cabrillas Ruth G. Luciano Maria Isidra P. Marcos Jet C. Aquino Ronnie Camilo F. Robles

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2021

Manual checking of attendance may lead to inconsistency of data inputs and may generate unreliable attendance result. Hence, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system has been developed to solve this problem, but it allows only checking student’s attendance as they enter and exit the school premise only. In consequence, teachers in every subject still need to check and monitor students’ attendance manually. Nevertheless, due to a usual large number of students entering and existing the school premise as they are tapping their RFID card, there is always a possibility of proxy attendance. Thus, Mobile-Based Attendance Monitoring System Using Face Tagging Technology (MBAMSUFTT) was developed to provide an attendance monitoring system through biometric authentication such as face recognition. The system serves as a tool for teachers to check and monitor student’s attendance in most reliable and accurate way using their smart phones. The MBAMSUFTT generates attendance report intended for close monitoring and printing of student’s attendance result. But the reliability of the attendance result (output) of the system depends on the quality of picture (input) sent by the user. Camera specification, ambiance lighting condition, and proper position of students while taking photo is exclusively required. The server and the mobile part can only run together if Wireless Fidelity is on, otherwise, monitoring will not be executed.
As a developmental research, this study used the Agile Model based on System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) intended for building a project that can adapt to change requests quickly. The MBAMSUFTT was evaluated based on the ISO/IEC 25010; MBAMSUFTT’s software quality characteristics by the IT experts, and its functionality, performance efficiency, and usability by the teachers. The analysis of the data revealed that the MBAMSUFTT serves its intended purpose in checking and monitoring students’ attendance per subject area with more accurate and reliable attendance results and has also met the ISO software quality standards.

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Fire and Motion Early Warning Device: Its Design and Development

By Ronnie Camilo F. Robles Ruth G. Luciano Rolaida L. Sonza Arnold P. Dela Cruz Mariel Cabrillas

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2021

Cases of theft and robbery of computers, CCTV equipment, and LCD projector have become more frequent in schools. In addition, fire hazards are great threat to educational institutions where expensive learning materials are kept. Such incidents could be lessened and avoided if schools are equipped with appropriate security systems capable of monitoring and informing people about the coming possible danger. Thus, the development of Fire and Motion Early Warning Device (FMEWD) is timely and relevant. FMEWD consists of a website and interconnected devices and sensors intended to provide an efficient and effective warning system for preventing incidents relating to fire, smoke, and intrusion within an office. Upon detection, the system automatically sends an email and SMS to registered users. This study used the Agile Development Model which allows features to be delivered quickly and more frequently with higher levels of predictability. Evidently, the integration of different technologies conceptualized by the researcher addresses the pressing security concerns faced by educational institutions like NEUST.

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