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Indonesia: Early warning system for landslides to be installed

Indonesian Lesser Sunda Islands seen from space

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UN-SPIDER participates in UN/China/APSCO Workshop on Space Law

UNOOSA's Director Simonetta Di Pippo giving a key note speech at workshop

From 17 to 21 November 2014, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) jointly with the China National Space Administration (CNSA) and the Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO) organised a workshop on space law in Beijing, China.

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Southeast Asia: Global Forest Watch Fires released

154  forest and land fires across Riau province on 20 July.

GFW-Fires is a new dynamic online platform for forest monitoring and fire alert system covering Southeast Asia by providing near-real time information and high-resolution satellite images.

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Indonesia: GIS used for real-time fire response information sharing

Indonesian firefighters are now using GIS to share real-time information

Firefighters and field officers in Bekasi, Indonesia, can now collect first hand data and share real-time information by using the newly deployed GIS data capture application.

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Indonesia: Launch of advanced disaster monitoring system

Fires in Sumatra, Indonesia in March 2014 seen from Space.

Indonesia recently launched InAWARE, an advanced

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Indonesia: Indigenous groups use community GPS mapping

NASA's MODIS on Terra satellite shows changes in coastal line of Sumatra Island

In line with Indonesia's One Map Initiative (OMI) launched in 2012, indigenous communities are using GPS technology to demarcate the boundaries of their ancestral lands including forests, reported The Guardian yesterday.

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Volcanic eruption in Indonesia: International Charter activated

NASA Earth Observatory image shows the Sinabung Volcano in Indonesia

On 7 January 2014 the International Charter Space and Major Disasters was activated due to the numerous eruption of the Mount Sinabung in Sumatra, Indonesia. The

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Space Technologies for Climate Change: Conference successfully concluded

On 4 September 2013, UNOOSA and LAPAN, the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, successfully concluded a three-day conference focusing on integrated Space technology applications to climate change.

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Disasters in Asia-Pacific: Call to cooperate using advanced technologies

Syamsul Maarif, tried to encouraged to jointly give steps further

During the 7th Senior

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Indonesia Regional Support Office

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The UN-SPIDER Regional Support Office (RSO) in Indonesia is hosted by the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN). It was established on 19 February 2013 during the fiftieth session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in Vienna, Austria. LAPAN has implemented several projects in the field of disaster management and emergency response such as flood, drought, fire hotspots, and climate monitoring or prediction, as well as the assessment of tsunamis, earthquakes or volcanic eruptions. As an RSO, LAPAN will continue to provide experts for UN-SPIDER's Technical Advisory Support to countries within the region and to contribute to capacity building efforts in the region.

Available expertise: 

RSO-LAPAN has more than 60 scientists and 19 engineers that are responsible for conducting all phases of remote sensing operations including data acquisition, data processing, and data analysis including GIS analysis. Team members are highly experienced in various Remote Sensing applications, such as disaster mitigation, vulnerability and risk assessment for disaster, climate change modelling, environmental monitoring or natural resources monitoring.

Facilities and Infrastructure

  • Remote Sensing Ground Station in Pare-pare (South Sulawesi) and Jakarta receiving Landsat-7, Terra/Aqua MODIS, SPOT-4, NOAA and FengYun 1D. In 2013, LAPAN is going to upgrade the ground station system to receive NPP/NPOES, LDCM, SPOT-5/6, and SAR data. LAPAN also has Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology for airborne Remote Sensing which can be used to monitor the disaster area to support the reconstruction and rehabilitation activities. 
  • Remote Sensing and GIS software both open source (ILWIS, Quantum GIS, Open Grads) and licensed (ArcGIS10, ER Mapper, Erdas Imagine, E-cognition) are available and commonly used in LAPAN

Available databases and space-based information: 

  • Low spatial resolution image such as MTSAT, TRMM, QMORPH, etc.
  • MODIS
  • NOAA AVHRR
  • Landsat-4 Level 1-G
  • Landsat-5 Level 1-G
  • Landsat-7 Level 1-G
  • SPOT-4  
  • High Resolution Data: ALOS PRISM (877 scenes), IKONOS (203 scenes), QUICKBIRD (341 scenes), WORLDVIEW (58 scenes), SPOT-5 (68 scenes), SPOT-6 (7 scenes).

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About the host institution: 

LAPAN is a non-ministerial governmental institution which is stationed under and assumes responsibility to the President of the Republic of Indonesia. In conducting its tasks, it is coordinated by a minister responsible for research and technology. On the national level, LAPAN has legal authorization from the President of the Republic of Indonesia as the national space agency which listed in INPRES No. 6/2012 on the Provision, Use, Quality Control, Processing and Distribution of High Resolution Remote Sensing Satellite Data. In order to support disaster information using Remote Sensing satellite data, LAPAN coordinates with the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB).

LAPAN is led by a Chairman, supported by a prime secretary and three deputies, i.e., Deputy Chairman of Space Technology Affairs, Deputy Chairman of Space Science, Assessment and Information Affairs, and Deputy Chairman of Remote Sensing Affairs.

LAPAN's main task and function are to conduct the government task in space research, development and applications according to the prevailing laws.

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  • Fundamental of Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing.
  • Remote sensing applications for environmental (forest degradation, oil spill, water pollution, etc) and disaster (drought, flood, landslide, forest fire, volcanic eruption, tsunami).
  • Advance Remote Sensing (SAR processing and analysis).
<p><img src="http://www.un-spider.org/sites/default/files/Irawadi2.GIF" width="50" height="58" align="left" alt="" /></p> <p><strong>Mr. Dedi Irawadi </strong><br /> Director of Remote Sensing Application Center National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)<br /> Jl. Kalisari LAPAN, Pekayon, Pasar Rebo<br /> Jakarta Timur 13710, Indonesia<br /> dedi.irawadi@lapan.go.id, dedi.irawadi@yahoo.co.id, dedi.irawadi2011@gmail.com <br /> Phone: + 62 21 8710065 ext 101<br /> Fax: + 62 21 8722733<br /> <p><strong><img src="http://www.un-spider.org/sites/default/files/Rokhis.jpg" alt="Dr. M. Rokhis Khomarusin" width="50" height="64" align="left" />Dr. M. Rokhis Khomarudin</strong><br /> Head of Division <br /> Environment and Disaster Mitigation Division<br /> Remote Sensing Application Center, <br /> National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN)<br /> Jl. Kalisari LAPAN, Pekayon, Pasar Rebo<br /> Jakarta Timur 13710, Indonesia<br /> E-mail : Rokhis.Khomarudin@lapan.go.id<br /> Phone: + 62 21 8710065 ext 213 <br /> Fax: + 62 21 8722733</p> <p><a href="http://www.lapan.go.id">http://www.lapan.go.id</a></p>

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