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The Mapping Strategy to
Develop OSM Data:
PDC InAWARE Project
Surabaya and DKI Jakarta
Regionalize the City
Timeline	=
October	2016	– February	2017
Area	=	350.5 km2
• 31	Sub	districts
• 154	Villages
Surabaya City
Mapping	Supervisor	North	
15	Sub	districts
80	Villages
Mapping	Supervisor	South	
16	Sub	districts
80	Villages
Team Structure
Data Management
DKI	
Jakarta
Timeline	
(April		– October	2017)
Area	=	661.5 km2
•44	Sub	districts
•267	Villages
•2726	RW	(Community	
Group...
Mapping Process
Mapping
3	Stages
1.	Calculate	existing	
open	datasets
2.	Remote	mapping	through	
digitizing	aerial	imagery
3.	Detailed	att...
Training (QA and Data
Entry)
Mapathon (Universities)
Remote	Mapping
Tasking	Manager
Mapping	Timeline
Ground	Collection
Infrastructure	(1)
OMK	and	ODK	Collect Letter	permission
Lifeline Infrastructure
● Banks
● Communication
Towers
● Airports
● Ferry Terminals
● Train Stations
● Bus Stations
● Road...
OpenMapKit	and	Presets	JOSM
http://export.posm.io
Quality	
Assurance	
Data	Entry	Survey
Validation	Data/Village
- Open	the	instances.zip	in	JOSM	to	layer	background	
and	ch...
Validation	JOSM
addr:city	=	DKI	Jakarta
source					=	HOT_InAWARESurvey_2017
Field Survey
Ground	Collection
Admin	Boundaries	(2)
SURABAYA
DKI	JAKARTA
Discuss	with	Village	
Government
Admin	Boundaries
Mapping	RW	Boundaries
Organize	the	project
The Results
Quantity Data
Admin	Boundaries	:
31	Sub	districts
154	Villages
1360	Community	Groups
Number	of	
Buildings	92.042
Number	of	
Buildings	643.933
Admin	Boundaries Total
Sub	districts 40
Villages 250
Community	Groups 2.437
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D
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S
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Last	Survey	=	Month	
5
Calculate	the	Data
https://export.hotosm.org/en/v3/
Quality Data
Surabaya
DKI	Jakarta
Check	the	Quality	Data
http://campaigns-
dev.hotosm.org
Feedback	for	Village	
Government
154	OpenStreetMap	Maps
154	Mapbox	Satellite
Atlas
Challenges	
Lessons	Learnt
• Accurate	GPS	on	
smartphone
• Sometimes	occur	suddenly	
restart	by	itself
Heavy	rain	during	t...
Thank You
Dhanyabad
dewi.sulistioningrum@hotosm.org
Dewi Sulistiongrum, HOT Indonesia, The Mapping Strategy to Develop OSM Data | SotM Asia 2017
Dewi Sulistiongrum, HOT Indonesia, The Mapping Strategy to Develop OSM Data | SotM Asia 2017
Dewi Sulistiongrum, HOT Indonesia, The Mapping Strategy to Develop OSM Data | SotM Asia 2017
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State of the Map Asia (SotM-Asia) is the annual regional conference of OpenStreetMap (OSM) organized by OSM communities in Asia. First SotM-Asia was organized in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2015, and the second was organized in Manila, Philippines in 2016. This year’s conference, third in the series, was organized in Kathmandu, Nepal on September 23 – 24, 2017 at Park Village Resort, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal.

We brought nearly 200 Open Mapping enthusiasts from Asia and beyond to this year’s SotM-Asia. The event provided an opportunity to share knowledge and experience among mappers; expand their network; and generate ideas to expand map coverage and effective use of OSM data in Asian continent. We chose ‘from creation to use of OSM data’ as the theme of this year’s conference, emphasizing on the effective use of OSM data. We also brought together a government panel from four different countries in this year’s SotM-Asia. We believe this event will deepen the bond and enhance collaboration among OSM communities across Asia.

More information about the conference can be found on: http://stateofthemap.asia.

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Dewi Sulistiongrum, HOT Indonesia, The Mapping Strategy to Develop OSM Data | SotM Asia 2017

  1. 1. The Mapping Strategy to Develop OSM Data: PDC InAWARE Project Surabaya and DKI Jakarta
  2. 2. Regionalize the City
  3. 3. Timeline = October 2016 – February 2017 Area = 350.5 km2 • 31 Sub districts • 154 Villages Surabaya City
  4. 4. Mapping Supervisor North 15 Sub districts 80 Villages Mapping Supervisor South 16 Sub districts 80 Villages
  5. 5. Team Structure Data Management
  6. 6. DKI Jakarta Timeline (April – October 2017) Area = 661.5 km2 •44 Sub districts •267 Villages •2726 RW (Community Group) 22 Subdistricts 134 Villages 22 Subdistricts 133 Villages
  7. 7. Mapping Process
  8. 8. Mapping 3 Stages 1. Calculate existing open datasets 2. Remote mapping through digitizing aerial imagery 3. Detailed attribute information collection on the ground
  9. 9. Training (QA and Data Entry) Mapathon (Universities)
  10. 10. Remote Mapping Tasking Manager
  11. 11. Mapping Timeline
  12. 12. Ground Collection Infrastructure (1) OMK and ODK Collect Letter permission
  13. 13. Lifeline Infrastructure ● Banks ● Communication Towers ● Airports ● Ferry Terminals ● Train Stations ● Bus Stations ● Roads ● Fire Hydrants ● Water Towers ● Pump House ● Reservoirs ● Water Gates ● Embankment ● Gas Stations ● Towers ● Substation ● Power Plant ● Kindergarten ● Schools ● College ● Universities ● Supermarkets ● Traditional Marketplace ● Clinics ● Hospitals ● Police Stations ● Fire Stations ● Offices ○ Governor Office (Kantor Gubernur) ○ Townhall (Kantor Bupati/Walikota) ○ Subdistrict Office (Kantor Kecamatan) ○ Village Office (Kantor Desa/Kelurahan) ○ Community Group Office (Kantor RW) ○ Ministry (Kementerian/Instansi Pemerintah) ● Embassies Administrative Boundaries ○ City/Regency (Kotamadya/Kabupaten) ○ Sub-district (Kecamatan) ○ Village (Kelurahan/Desa) ○ Sub-village (Dusun) ○ Community Group (RW) ● Evacuation Shelters ● Mosque ● Church ● Temple ● Klenteng ● Vihara ● Pitch ● Stadium ● Sport Center ● Swimming Pool ● RPTRA
  14. 14. OpenMapKit and Presets JOSM http://export.posm.io
  15. 15. Quality Assurance Data Entry Survey Validation Data/Village - Open the instances.zip in JOSM to layer background and check each point to ensure data have uploaded in OSM - Download from OSM - Check the geometry shape, toponimi objects, and attribute objects with validation tool and todo list plugin - Upload to OSM Mapping Supervisor Calculate Data Statistics Monitoring Validation Data Check Quality Data QA Join Survey = Check the Data Entry in the field survey twice a month OpenMap Kit & ODK Maps & Field Papers send data Instances.zip/day - to email QA - to server OMK QA will check the instances.zip and give to DE after DE have finished field survey DE = input Data and Upload to OSM Changeset comment #name kelurahan #PDCJakarta Mapping Lifeline Infrastructures
  16. 16. Validation JOSM addr:city = DKI Jakarta source = HOT_InAWARESurvey_2017
  17. 17. Field Survey
  18. 18. Ground Collection Admin Boundaries (2) SURABAYA DKI JAKARTA
  19. 19. Discuss with Village Government Admin Boundaries
  20. 20. Mapping RW Boundaries
  21. 21. Organize the project
  22. 22. The Results
  23. 23. Quantity Data
  24. 24. Admin Boundaries : 31 Sub districts 154 Villages 1360 Community Groups
  25. 25. Number of Buildings 92.042 Number of Buildings 643.933
  26. 26. Admin Boundaries Total Sub districts 40 Villages 250 Community Groups 2.437
  27. 27. T H O U S A N D I S L A N D Last Survey = Month 5
  28. 28. Calculate the Data https://export.hotosm.org/en/v3/
  29. 29. Quality Data
  30. 30. Surabaya DKI Jakarta
  31. 31. Check the Quality Data http://campaigns- dev.hotosm.org
  32. 32. Feedback for Village Government 154 OpenStreetMap Maps 154 Mapbox Satellite
  33. 33. Atlas
  34. 34. Challenges Lessons Learnt • Accurate GPS on smartphone • Sometimes occur suddenly restart by itself Heavy rain during the survey Need longer time to survey some villages because it has lot of highways. Tiny Roads Requests permission for mapping in each residential area Traffic Jams (Delay Getting to Field Survey)
  35. 35. Thank You Dhanyabad dewi.sulistioningrum@hotosm.org

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