GIS for community
The use of Geographic Information System (GIS) technology in Indonesian classrooms continues to increase, helping students to better understand the world around them while improving their problem solving capabilities.
With GIS technology, students and faculty can integrate and evaluate data from many sources to develop new theories and knowledge. This enables students to gain fresh perspectives on subjects like geography, economics, math, sciences, history and many others.
To find out how you can introduce GIS into your school’s classrooms – contact Esri Indonesia today on (021) 2940 6355.
ITB student wins global tech award for crowdsourcing app
Dirga Imam Gozali Sumantri — a geodesy and geomatics engineering student — won the 2017 Esri Young Scholars Award for his project — a citizen-engagement tool that enables community members to report issues to their local city government.
Bandung student receives international tech award for ‘food smart map’
A Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) student’s passion for local cuisine has helped him secure a ticket to the world’s largest spatial event – the Esri User Conference (Esri UC) in San Diego, California.
Student develops low-cost disaster management tool
Vini Indriasari – a lecturer from the Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta and PhD student in Geospatial Information Sciences at the University of Texas (UT) at Dallas – worked with a team of geoscientists and civil engineers to develop a tool that aims to help governments respond to floods and dam breaks in the most efficient way possible.
Indonesia’s largest state-owned university gives students world-leading technology advantage
Hasanuddin University has signed a landmark Memorandum of Understanding with Esri Indonesia to promote the use of advanced smart mapping technology to students.
Global smart mapping competition to award Indonesia’s tech-savvy students
Students in one of the world’s fastest growing sectors are being given the opportunity to kick-start their career on the world stage, with today’s launch of a university award.
Demand for smart mapping skill sets soars in Indonesia
Several of the country’s most respected universities have signed a landmark agreement with leading geospatial solutions provider Esri Indonesia to provide students with broad access to advanced smart mapping technology.