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DOI :10.30801/acin.356758   IUP :10.30801/acin.356758    Full Text (PDF)

Enhancing Indonesian Geospatial Industry to Survive in the Current Competition

Budi SusetyoImmas NurhayatiIndu PurnahayuPuspa Eosina

Geospatial Information Technology is developing rapidly as a decision making tool. However Indonesia has potential markets for the geospatial industry. Currently, the geospatial industry seems incompetent. Hence a proper plan policy, regulation and training is needed. Current study is aimed at measuring the competitiveness of geospatial industry. Population sample where taken using purposive random sampling and clustering method. Composite performance index method is used to analyze the competitiveness index. The result shows, the overall geospatial competitiveness index value has an average of 26.48 on a scale of 100. Considering the research results of geospatial industry competitiveness index, the government of Indonesia must urgently support and enhance geospatial industry through training and creating new opportunities. 

DOI :10.30801/acin.356758   IUP :10.30801/acin.356758    Full Text (PDF)

Mevcut Rekabette Hayatta Kalmak için Endonezya Jeo-uzamsal Sektörünün Geliştirilmesi

Budi SusetyoImmas NurhayatiIndu PurnahayuPuspa Eosina

Coğrafi Bilgi Teknolojileri karar verme aracı olarak hızla gelişmektedir. Ancak Endonezya, jeo-uzam endüstrisi için potansiyel pazarlara sahiptir. Şu anda, coğrafi alan endüstrisi yetersiz görünüyor. Bu nedenle uygun bir plan politikası, düzenlemesi ve eğitimi gereklidir. Mevcut çalışma, coğrafi alan endüstrisinin rekabet gücünü ölçmeyi amaçlamaktadır. Amaca yönelik rastgele örnekleme ve kümeleme yöntemi kullanılarak alınan populasyon örneği. Rekabet endeksini analiz etmek için kompozit performans endeksi yöntemi kullanılmıştır. Sonuç olarak, toplam jeo-uzamsal rekabetçilik endeksi değeri 100'lük bir ölçekte ortalama 26,48'dir. Jeo-uzamsal sektör rekabetçilik endeksinin araştırma sonuçları dikkate alındığında, Endonezya hükümeti eğitim ve yeni fırsatlar yaratarak jeo-uzamsal sektörü desteklemeli ve geliştirmelidir. 


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Susetyo, B., Nurhayati, I., Purnahayu, I., & Eosina, P. (2018). Enhancing Indonesian Geospatial Industry to Survive in the Current Competition. Acta Infologica, 2(2), 68-75. https://doi.org/10.30801/acin.356758


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Susetyo B, Nurhayati I, Purnahayu I, Eosina P. Enhancing Indonesian Geospatial Industry to Survive in the Current Competition. Acta Infologica. 2018;2(2):68-75. https://doi.org/10.30801/acin.356758


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Susetyo B, Nurhayati I, Purnahayu I, Eosina P. Enhancing Indonesian Geospatial Industry to Survive in the Current Competition. Acta Infologica [Internet]. 18 Jun. 2021 [cited 18 Jun. 2021];2(2):68-75. Available from: https://doi.org/10.30801/acin.356758 doi: 10.30801/acin.356758


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