Asep hopes that the 2nd floor building that was built will cost up to Rp. 21 billion, this can prevent the practice of brokering and playing games in making a driving license (SIM).
"I see the facilities are very good. The system is good, hopefully there will be no more games in making SIM," he said.
The security guard building is equipped with advanced technology including face recognition, which is a method used to detect faces for everyone who wants to apply for a SIM. This serves to ensure that the SIM applicant is the same person when registering.
Meanwhile, to facilitate the public in issuing SIM. This Satpas is also equipped with an electronic-based application called SIM Bantul (e-Simantul), which can be downloaded via the Play Store. This application is to facilitate service to people who want to extend or issue a new SIM, via online. Residents simply register via the application, it will automatically be processed by the officer.
"In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, it really helps the community to prevent crowds of SIM making. But if you want to go directly to the security guard building it is also equipped with FIFO (first in first out) technology, its function is to regulate the queue system and control the capacity of the number of SIM applicants," he said.