Geographic Information System (GIS)

 

Descriptions

According to Murai (1999), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as an information system used to enter, store, recall, process, analyze and produce geo-referenced data or geospatial data, to support decision making in the planning and management of land use, resources nature, environment, transportation, city facilities, and other public services. Geographical Information System (GIS) becomes one of the means of delivering information. Especially for information related to spatial data. The information system has been and is being developed by governments in many regions in Indonesia, for example, GIS Regional potential, to showcase the regional potentials in various fields including the social economy and culture in the area to attract investors. The development of spatial data utilization in the past decade has increased dramatically. This relates to the widespread use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and technological developments in obtaining, recording, and collecting spatial data. High technology such as Global Positioning System (GPS), remote sensing, and total stations, has made recording digital spatial data relatively faster and easier. Increased storage capacity, increased data transfer capacity, and faster data processing speeds make spatial data an inseparable part of the development of information technology. Geographic Information System Technology can be used for scientific investigations, resource management, development planning, cartography, and route planning. For example, GIS can help planners quickly calculate emergency response times when natural disasters occur, or GIS can be used to search for wetlands that need protection from pollution.

 

Objectives

After this training, participants are expected to:

  1. Participants understand the concepts and scope of Geographic Information Systems
  2. Participants can find out the strengths and weaknesses of Geographic Information Systems
  3. Participants are expected to be able to have skills in implementing Geographic Information Systems
  4. Participants understand the current development of Geographic Information Systems

 

Materials

  1. The concept and scope of Geographic Information Systems
  2. Background and development of Geographic Information Systems
  3. Strengths and weaknesses of Geographic Information Systems
  4. Geographic Information System Components
  5. Data sources and types of data Geographic Information Systems
  6. Application of Geographic Information Systems in various fields
  7. Benefits of Geographic Information Systems
  8. Case study

 

Participants

This training is intended for:

  1. Professionals in Geography and Informatics
  2. Bina Marga
  3. Practitioners, Professionals or anyone who wants to increase knowledge about Geographic Information Systems

 

Methods

Presentations, Discussions, Brain Storming, Case Study, and Practice.

 

Time

  • 16-18 Desember 2020
  • 22-24 December 2020
  • 29-31 December 2020
  • 6-8 Januari 2021
  • 3-5 Februari 2021
  • 3-5 Maret 2021
  • 29-31 Maret 2021
  • 7-9 April 2021
  • 5-7 Mei 2021
  • 2-4 Juni 2021
  • 7-9 Juli 2021
  • 4-6 Agustus 2021
  • 1-3 September 2021
  • 28-30 September 2021
  • 6-8 Oktober 2021
  • 3-5 November 2021
  • 1-3 Desember 2021

 

Venue

  • Ibis Styles Hotel Yogyakarta
  • Gino Feruci Hotel Bandung*
  • Sofyan Hotel Jakarta*
  • Harris Seminyak Hotel Bali*
  • In House Training*
  • E-Learning*

 

The Facility and Investment

  • The facility: Hard Copy Material, USB Flash disk, Training Kits, Coffee Break & Lunch, Certificate, Photo Group, Souvenir;
  • Investment of Rp. 6.000.000,- (Six million rupiah) per participants nonresidential
  • The price is not including taxes

 

 

 

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