This program is a joint program with the Pacific Disaster Center (PDC), Indonesia National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia to support disaster management tools and data for Indonesia. This project was funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
The mapping activity was carried out for almost 2 years from 2016 to 2018 in 3 major cities in Indonesia, namely Surabaya, DKI Jakarta and Semarang. This mapping activity was executed by Indonesia's Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) with support from the local government such as the city government and the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) in each city.
The aim of this project is to complete and provide spatial open data for public so it can be used for any disaster management sector by National Government (BNPB) and Local Disaster Management Agency (BPBD).
OUR MAPPING ACTIVITIES
Import existing data in OpenStreetMap such as boundary administrative as a initial map and information for the mapping and survey activity.
Doing digitazion with tasking manager to complete initial data in the field such as building footprints and roads. This activity has been done through Mapathon with students from the local university.
Field Survey to collect all information of buildings, roads and critical infrastructures. This activity was also involved discussion with village representatives to determine and update administration boundary such as sub-villlage and village boundary.
Printed all maps related to survey and mapping activties. These maps are villages maps of city project, infrastructures map and thematic maps for local disaster management agency (BPBD)
Held trainings and workshops to share knowledge about this project and all related material on it to local disaster management agency (BPBD) and the local university in each city.