Tag: makassar

OSM Training Results in Hasanuddin University

OpenStreetMap Training hosted in the Faculty of Engineering, Hasanuddin University was part of the University Roadshow programme in Indonesia. The final end of this training is to suggest the formation of OpenStreetMap communities in many districts in Indonesia, to train students in deepening their spike in using OpenStreetMap, QGIS, and InaSAFE, and to equip participants with skills necessary to become data collectors and data analysts that can later be used to work with Disaster Mitigation Agency in district level (BPBD). The training in Hasanuddin University was the first training to be held this year, pioneering the rest of the trainings…

Updated Data to Support Makassar Flood Contingency Plan

Flood Contingency Plan has been implemented Makassar since May 2013 which consists of several stages, beginning with socialization to make commitment between the members of the government sector in Makassar. The plan has supported by Australia Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR) and BPBD (Regional Management Disaster Agency) Makassar City. On August 2013 has produced Draft-0 Contingency Plan Flood Makassar, but still lack completeness of the data and data haven’t updated. Update data is very important to strengthen the incidence and impact of the disaster scenarios that will be developed in a flood contingency plan document. Therefore, on January 28-30…

Contingency Plan Development in Makassar

City of Makassar is the capital city of Sout Sulawesi province located in the west coast of Sulawesi, as the entrance gate of Eastern Indonesia made the city of Makassar greatly developed especially in the economic field. Its location in the coastal making the city of Makassar can not separated from the floods. [osm_map lat=”-5.12″ long=”119.442″ zoom=”14″ width=”600″ height=”450″ marker=”-5.11875,119.44831″ marker_name=”wpttemp-red.png”] The floods almost every year hit the city of Makassar and provide substantial losses. This is caused the land use changes such as dense settlement, worst drainage, and water runoff from the highland (Maros and Gowa). In some areas…