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1 Geospatial information to support economic development in indonesia Budhy Andono Soenhadi Executive Secretary oBAKOSURTANAL Presented in Asia Geospatial Forum Jakarta, 17 – 19 October 2011 JLN RAYA JAKARTA – BOGOR KM 46 Cibinong 16911

2 OUTLINE  Introduction  Regional Economic  Act No. 4, 2011: Geospatial Information  Example of GI  Implementation of Act No  National preparedness facing Asian century/ AFTA 2013

3 INTRODUCTION Indonesian is a huge archipelagic state o The total area of this territory is ​​ nearly 2 million km2 o Prosperous in natural resources and biodiversity  has big potency of natural resources on both at sea and on land o The world’s fourth most populous country o Diversity in resources, social- economic and culture among region s How to obtain information for sustainable and equal development? the State with large area, large natural resources and human resources

4 The Sea Part of Indonesia  Islands: ± islands with a coastline 108,000 km (2 nd longest coastline in the world after Canada). Under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) 1982, Indonesia has sovereignty over the waters covering an area of 3.2 million km2, consist of: archipelagic waters: 2.9 million km2 territorial sea area: 0.3 million km2. In addition Indonesia also has the exclusive right to exploit marine resources and related interests in an area of 2.7 km2 EEZ waters (up to 200 miles from baselines). Derawan Island from Landsat Imagery MEGA BIODIVERSITY IN MARINE AREA

5 The Land Part of Indonesia It is composed of:  Forest area: 113 million ha  productive rice fields: 9.9 million ha  plantations earning : 15.5 million  60 prospective basins of oil and gas mineral resources.

6 BIODIVERSITY 1.Flora and fauna: 10 % of the world 2.Mammals: 12 % of the world 3.Reptile and amphibians: 16 % of the world 4.Birds: 17 % of the world 5.Marine and fresh water fish: 25 % of the world

7 Current condition of Economic Region  The distribution of natural resources and human resources are not evenly distributed, differ among regions.  Inequality implications of the existence of both these resources are due to the level of infrastructure service area serving the needs of regions and communities, particularly isolated areas and left behind  Needs to map the condition of natural resources as well as human resources in each region  The regional program is depend on the potential condition of each region/ province or district REGIONAL ECONOMIC

8 STRATEGY FOR EQUALITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: 1. Optimizing utilization of natural and human resources  need policy intervention 2. Need to strengthen the basis for the life of the people's economy through development efforts based on local resources (resource-based development). 3. oceans and land resources at this time encouraged their utilization, as one of the mainstay for national economic recovery. REGIONAL ECONOMIC

9 Economic development based on the potency of each region  economic development is the development of a- spatial, which means that the national economic development view the territory as an "entity  Economic development region wide attention to the unique characteristics of the area (space).  natural resources, human resources, man-made resources and conditions for business activities of each region in Indonesia are element forming region of space as well as elements for national economic development more equitable and fair THEREFORE Geospatial information is essential for spatial- based regional economic development REGIONAL ECONOMIC

10 PROBLEMS IN MAPPING/GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION o Sectoral and regional - based standard  not interoperable to each other o Overlapping  many standard for the same theme o Not well-informed  limited accessibility to data o Differences in reference based-map and reference system o Human resources in the area of GI Act No. 4, 2011

11 Act No. 4, 2011: Geospatial Information The Purposes  Ensuring availability and access to Geospatial Information in an optimal  The realization of the implementation of the Geospatial Information through cooperation, coordination, integration, and synch ronization  Encourage the use of Geospatial Information in governance and in various aspects of community life. Act No. 4, 2011

12 WHAT GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION CAN DO FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT? PROVIDE RESOURCES INFORMATION EXAMPLE OF GI

13 PROVIDE RESOURCES MONETARY INFORMATION EXAMPLE OF GI

14 PROVIDE SOCIAL ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL INFORMATION INFORMATION EXAMPLE OF GI

15 PROVIDE DISASTER INFORMATION EXAMPLE OF GI

16 PROVIDE INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION EXAMPLE OF GI

17 PROVIDE SPATIAL PLANNING INFORMATION SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED BY REGIONAL GOVERNMENT: PROVINCES, REGENCIES/ MUNICIPALITIES EXAMPLE OF GI

18 MULTI THEMATICAL GI FOR DEVELOPING THE SPATIAL ECONOMIC MODEL FOR EACH REGION, SUCH AS FOR DETAIL PROGRAM OF MP3EI and DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL DYNAMIC MODEL FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT GEOSPATIAL DATA Landuse infrastructure resources DEM EXAMPLE OF GI Social-economic disaster other

19 ECONOMIC CORRIDORs FOR EACH REGION EXAMPLE OF GI

20 LAUNCHING OF INA-SDI in 17 October 2011 Opportunities in sharing and accessing Geospatial information among ministerial, institutions and regional governments

21 NEED THE ROLE OF ACT NO ABOUT GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION BIG: ACCESSIBLE, ACCURABLE AVAILABLEGI PRODUCTION COORDINATI ON DISTRIBUTION HUMAN RESOURCES IMPLEMENTATION OF ACT NO

22 COORDINATION MANAGING the basic regulations Development of GI units Development of Norm, Standard, guidance and criteria PRODUCTION GI Database developmentVALIDATION AND UPDATING DISTRIBUTION AND ACCESSIBILITY NSDI INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT Development of supporting organization Development of protocolsPromotion HUMAN RESOURCES Development of national GI training center Development of national syllabus and curriculum Development of national certification/ Standard system Strategic development plan for human resources STRATEGY

23 ACTION PLAN National umbrella for coordination Exp: working group or committee COORDINATION Drown up fundamental data set, custodianships, and GI PRODUCTION Strengthening The GI nodes and GI nodes network connector DISTRIBUTION Development of GI education and training units. HUMAN RESOURCES FACING INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGES

24 Realizing the Asian Century: Mega Challenges and Risks  Inequities within countries  Middle income trap  Competition for finite natural resources  Disparities across countries and subregions  Global warming and climate change  Governance and institutional capacity  Mega risks NEED GEOPATIAL INFORMATION BASED ON ACT No NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS

25 Realizing the Asian Century: Action on Climate Change in Asia’s Self Interest  Business as usual  Developed country action alone  Complementary action by developing economies  Accelerating the transition to low carbon economies  Global burden sharing NEED GEOPATIAL INFORMATION BASED ON ACT No NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS

26 Realizing the Asian Century: Regional Cooperation and Integration  Regional cooperation matters for Asia’s future  Cooperation instead of conflict  Progress to date with regional economic integration  Drivers of economic integration  Prospects for further economic integration  Countours of future cooperation and integration  Priority areas to facilitate regional cooperation  Institutions for regional cooperation,Prospects and institutional options NEED GEOPATIAL INFORMATION BASED ON ACT No NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS

27 CLOSING REMARK  NATIONAL AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT NEED GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION  THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ACT No WILL STRENGTHENING THE NATIONAL GI  IMPLEMENTATION OF GI ACT CONSIST OF: COORDINATION, PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND HUMAN RESOURCES ASPECTS  THE CONSISTENCY IN IMPLEMENTING GI RULE IS OUR TOOLS FOR CHALLENGING AFTA 2013

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