Geometa’s Successful Journey in Indonesia

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As we bring our series of articles on the Geometa team’s trip to Indonesia to a close, we are excited to share the pivotal meetings and presentations that marked our enriching three-week stay in Jakarta. From August 21 to September 9, Geometa’s dedicated team, comprised of Alexey Zraenko, Business Development Director; Maria Bobyleva, Head of Marketing; Ivan Prituliak, Head of PMO; and Anton Zakhariuta, Implementation Engineer, immersed themselves in Jakarta’s dynamic landscape. During this time, we not only participated in the Indonesia 4.0 Expo 2023 and the Indonesia International Smart City Expo 2023 but also had the privilege of showcasing Geometa solutions at the highest echelons.

Unlocking Opportunities: Meeting with the Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning/National Land Agency

One of the most significant events of our journey was our visit to the Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning/National Land Agency, specifically the General Directorate of Spatial Planning. Here, we had the honor of presenting Geometa’s capabilities in managing territorial development. Geometa’s suite of specialized tools for land use and development regulations proved to be indispensable, enabling quick and error-free project revisions while ensuring document quality. The Directorate graciously shared their invaluable insights into the intricate process of preparing detailed urban spatial plans.

Empowering the Future: Engaging with the Bandung Institute of Technology

Our journey also led us to the esteemed Bandung Institute of Technology, where we visited the Smart Cities & Communities Innovation Centre and had the privilege of meeting its director, Professor Suhono Harso Supangkat. During this enlightening encounter, Professor provided insights into the groundbreaking work of his PhD students, while we reciprocated by sharing Geometa’s experience in data-driven city management. As staunch advocates for knowledge exchange, we expressed our readiness to support the university’s team as knowledge partners, offering to share our expertise and insights.

Charting New Horizons: Geospatial Information Agency Collaboration

Our third notable visit took us to the Geospatial Information Agency, where we received a warm welcome from their dedicated team. During our visit, we learned about the agency’s vital role in mapping Indonesia, while we, in turn, highlighted how Geometa can harness the data generated by the agency for various applications.

Beyond these significant encounters, our journey was marked by numerous meetings with prospective partners, data providers, and representatives from Indonesian government agencies. With unwavering confidence, we eagerly anticipate the promising opportunities for growth and development that lie ahead in Indonesia. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those who supported us during this journey.

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