The Indonesian National Police (Polri) will soon launch the Electronic Audio Visual Integrated System (e-AVIS) application to make it easier for the public to make a driving license (SIM).
“This application allows the public to do the theory test at home or the theory test at the SIM Satpas,” said the Administrative Officer (Pamin) of the SIM Administration Unit (Satpas) of the Metro Jaya Police, Ipda Aditya Ambarsari when met at the Daan Mogot SIM Satpas, West Jakarta. , Tuesday 21 September 2021.
Aditya explained, the application was made so that residents no longer need to go to the Satpas office to make a SIM. In addition, this application can also minimize the activity of SIM-making brokers.
Residents will be able to get the application from a link that will be socialized by the police in the near future.
Through that link, residents enter the application and are required to fill in some personal data such as name, population identification number and telephone number.
After that, residents are allowed to work on the theoretical test questions that have been provided in the application. The work on the questions, continued Ambar, will be monitored directly through a camera connected by the officer.
“In that application we have to be recorded. So, his face was recorded while working on the problem while working on it. So, live,” he said.
After being declared to have passed the theoretical test, residents can immediately take health and practical tests which are carried out directly at the SIM Satpas.
Although it has not been officially launched, this application has been tested on September 8 at the Daan Mogot SIM Satpas. At that time there were 110 residents who had used the application to take the theory test.
However, the 110 residents did not use the application remotely but through the computer provided at the Daan Mogot SIM Satpas.
Ambar hopes that this application can function optimally in helping residents make SIMs during the pandemic.