Stakeholder Meeting in Indonesia, March 3, 2014
< Last Update: 18 Mar. 2014 >
- Venue: Meeting Room, ICALRD-IAARD-MoA, Indonesia
Stakeholder Meeting of Indonesia's prototype was held in Bogor on March 3, 2014. 31 participants from 10 organizations related to agriculture (e.g. Indonesian Center for Agricultural Land Resources Research and Development (ICALRD/BBSDLP)) are joined the meeting. Dr. Edi Husen, Head of Dissemination and Cooperation, ICALRD on behalf of DDG opened the floor and several discussions were followed.
Dr. Rizatus Shofiyati, ICALRD-IAARD-MoA, reported the results of their SAFE prototyping and current status of Web-based system to disseminate drought information to end users. Also in this meeting, the detailed information of the web-based application for rice monitoring and modeling method of drought mapping were presented respectively by BPPT and LAPAN. The participants recognized that good collaboration toward operational use has already been established (Data Integration: ICALRD, Modeling: LAPAN, Web-GIS interface: BTTP). They expressed the information dissemination tool using Web-GIS. For further steps, The Web-GIS will be integrated with KATAM Website of IAHRI-IAARD-MoA. LAPAN will provide Landsat-8 data to validate field data and ICALRD will use it for improving the system in collaboration with the University of Tokyo. The Web-GIS of Paddy Monitoring will be officially published in year 2014.
Prof. Wataru Takeuchi, University of Tokyo and technical adviser of this prototyping, made his presentation on application of remote sensing for agricultural drought monitoring in Indonesia from technical aspect. He introduced the potential improvement by using future Himawari-8/9 satellite data, the accuracy assessment of KBDI drought index, and decision making tool aided by Asian Development Bank (ADB). In the end of discussions, he expressed importance of sharing the prototype results and diffusing the drought monitoring system to local government like West Java. He finally suggested set up the Web-GIS launching event inviting media, JICA, and so on.
Web-GIS on Agricultural Drought (in Indonesian)
Besides University of Tokyo (Technical Supporter) and EORC - JAXA, AIT, and JSF (SAFE Secretariat), and ICALRD - IAARD - MoA (Prototype Executer), other related institutions also participated in this meeting, i.e. three centers of LAPAN (Center of Data and Technology, Center of Remote Sensing Application, Center of Aeronautic Technology; Center of Technology for Natural Resources Inventory (PTISDA) - BPPT; Agric. Local Office (DIPERTA) West Java Province; Indonesian Agency for Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysics (BMKG); Indonesian Center for Paddy Research (BB Padi); Indonesian Agroclimate and Hydrology Research Center (IAHRI) - IAARD - MoA.
Agenda and Presentation Materials
|9:00-9:10||Opening Remarks (ICALRD and JAXA)|
|9:15-9:30||Introduction of SAFE Overview (Mr. Tomoyuki Nukui, EORC/JAXA)|
|9:30-9:45||Results of SAFE Prototype: Assessment of drought impact on rice production in Indonesia by satellite remote sensing and dissemination with web-GIS (Dr. Rizatus Shofiyati, ICALRD)|
|9:45-10:00||Application for RICE Productivity and drought monitoring SYSTEM (Dr. Agustan, PTISDA-BPPT)|
|10:00-10:15||Application of remote sensing for agricultural drought monitoring in Indonesia (Prof. Wataru Takeuchi, University of Tokyo)|
|11:15-11:30||Remote sensing for drought monitoring (Ms. Parwati Sofan, LAPAN)|
|11:30-11:45||MAP OF POTENTIAL DROUGHT VULNERABLE AREA (Mr. Fadhlullah Ramadhani, IAHRI - IAARD - MoA)|
Stakeholder Meeting in Indonesia
Opening Remark (Dr. Edi Husen, Head of Dissemination and Cooperation, ICALRD and Mr. Yutaka Kaneko, JAXA)
Moderator of the meeting (Mr. Wahyunto, ICALRD)
Introduction to SAFE initiative (Mr. Tomoyuki Nukui, EORC/JAXA)
Results of SAFE Prototype: Assessment of drought impact on rice production in Indonesia by satellite remote sensing and dissemination with web-GIS (Dr. Rizatus Shofiyati, ICALRD)
Application for RICE Productivity and drought monitoring SYSTEM (Dr. Agustan, PTISDA-BPPT)
Application of remote sensing for agricultural drought monitoring in Indonesia (Prof. Wataru Takeuchi, University of Tokyo)
Remote sensing for drought monitoring (Ms. Parwati Sofan, LAPAN)
MAP OF POTENTIAL DROUGHT VULNERABLE AREA (Mr. Fadhlullah Ramadhani, IAHRI - IAARD - MoA)
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