A. Indrajit MSc
A. Indrajit MSc
"Agung Indrajit is a Ph.D candidate in Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. He got his Bachelor degree in Institute technology of Bandung majoring in GIS and Remote Sensing and a Master degree from TU Munich majoring in Earth Observation and Geospatial Data Mining. His research focuses on the Spatial Information Infrastructure response to sustainable spatial planning, with particular interests in geospatial database, spatial data quality, open data policy, spatial data infrastructures, and spatial planning assessment processes, such as: measurement, evaluation, reporting and verification. His triumph is to develop new scientific approach of SII to improve society through spatial planning assessment. Prior to his doctoral studies, Agung has lead of geospatial data management unit in Indonesian Spatial Data Infrastructure and Head of Fundamental geospatial data and standardization unit to the Indonesian Geospatial Information Authority, a government body for survey, mapping, and data sharing."
Remote Sensing: Interferometry SAR, Polarimetry SAR, Object Oriented Classification, Hyper-Spectral Analysis
GIS: Geostatistics, 3D Analysis, Data Visualization, Geodatabase
GPS: Geodynamics Application, CORS Services
Software: Grass GIS, QGIS, Autodesk Map, ArcGIS 10, ArcGIS Server, Integraph Geomedia, Quantum GIS, Openlayer, ENVI 4.4, ERDAS 9.1, eCognition Developer 7, PCI Geomatics, ER Mapper 7.1, ESA Package (NEST-3C; BEST), Oracle11g, MySQL, PostGIS, Berneese GPS, and ROI-Pac InSAR
Programming: Matlab, IDL, R, C, Java, Python
- Improvement, Fine Tuning and Migration of Integrated National Geospatial Information Data Warehouse (raster and vector) (2015).
- Study and compilation of National Feature Catalog, Fundamental Spatial Dataset, and Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for Geospatial Information (2013 and 2015).
- Study and compilation of National Feature Catalog, Fundamental Spatial Dataset, and Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for Geospatial Information (2014).
- Study and construction of Presidential Regulation No. 6 Year 2012 on Satellite Imagery (2012).
- Development of Integrated National Geospatial Information Data Warehouse (raster and vector) (2012).
- Development of Rapid Mapping for National Disaster Mitigation and Fast Response and Indonesian Continuous Operating Reference Stations/CORS (part of 2005-2010 GITEWS project-www.gitews.org).
- DAAD Master Degree Scholarship 2006-2008
4d open spatial information infrastructure
Participatory urban plan monitoring in indonesian cities
Development and Usability Testing of the Participatory Urban Plan Monitoring Prototype for Indonesian Smart Cities Based on Digital Triplets
Agung Indrajit / Peter van Oosterom / Bastiaan van Loenen / Muhammad Hasannudin Yusa / Deni Suwardhi
Implementation of the spatial plan information package for improving ease of doing business in Indonesian cities
Agung Indrajit / Bastiaan van Loenen / Suprajaka / Virgo Eresta Jaya / Hendrik Ploeger / Christiaan Lemmen / Peter van Oosterom
Prototype voor participatieve monitoring van stedelijke plannen
Agung Indrajit / Peter van Oosterom / Bastiaan van Loenen / M. Hasannudin Yusa / Deni Suwardhin
The Foundation of Edition II of the Land Administration Domain Model
Christiaan Lemmen / Alattas Abdullah / Agung Indrajit / Kalogianni Eftychia / Abdullah Kara / Peter van Oosterom / Peter Oukes
Best paper award at the GeoDelft conference 2018
On October 3rd, KCOD’s Agung Indrajit obtained the best paper award at the GeoDelft conference, a conference consisting of the ISPRS TC IV ‘Spatial Information sciences’ Symposium, the 13th International 3D GeoInfo Conference, the 6th International FIG Workshop on 3D Cadastres, and the 3rd International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities.
The winning paper “Designing Open Spatial Information Infrastructure to Support 3D Urban Planning in Jakarta Smart City” discusses the role of land administration in urban planning and Spatial Information Infrastructure (SII). The article proposes to have spatial planning information as an extension to the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) in order to support spatial planning. The relevance of spatial planning information to be included into LADM is integral to Land Administration System development. 3D Spatial planning along with 3D land administration will provide a complete scene for land tenure, land valuation, land use, and land development to support sustainable development initiatives. Further, the spatial planning extension will contribute to support the UN member countries in obtaining indicators in the Sustainable Development Goals by improving interoperability and by integrating right, restrictions, and responsibilities from spatial planning and land administration which are often resulted from separate processes by different parties.
the 13th International 3D GeoInfo Conference
Best paper award
Best paper award for the paper “Designing Open Spatial Information Infrastructure to Support 3D Urban Planning in Jakarta Smart City”, presented at the GeoDelft conference, a conference consisting of the ISPRS TC IV ‘Spatial Information sciences’ Symposium, the 13th International 3D GeoInfo Conference, the 6th International FIG Workshop on 3D Cadastres, and the 3rd International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities.