FINANCIAL FACILITY SEARCH SYSTEM NEAREST WEB-BASED WITH SPHERICAL LAW OF COSINES (SLOC) METHOD
Keywords:Financial facilities, Spherical Law of Cosines Method, Leaflet API
As supporting intermediaries that are very important to support the economy. Financial institutions have various forms of financial facilities consisting of ATMs, branch offices, head offices and so on. As a form of realization towards improving implementation and services as well as providing complete information dissemination on financial facilities, financial institutions must of course be able to make it easier for the public to obtain information on financial facilities that is informative, valid and up to date. This study aims to build a web-based location-based financial facility search application as a means of utilizing infrastructure and access to technology that is useful for economic development. This application requires internet access, has features that make it easier for the public to determine the selected facility, Leaflet API to display a location map and the Spherical Law of Cosines formula to measure the location distance between the financial facility finder and the financial facility, so as to produce the nearest financial facility information needed based on the location. The result of this research is the development of a web-based financial facility search application using the Spherical Law of Cosine formula. The conclusion of this study is that the Spherical Law of Cosine formula only calculates the distance from a straight line between 2 location points, with the terrain encountered. This formula has an accuracy with a tolerance of about 0-5 meters and an 80% faster distance calculation compared to other formulas such as the Haversine formula.
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