Building Information Communities:
Spatially Enabled Social Protection in Indonesia
Information and Innovation in Service D...
Overview
• Information communities and their role?
• How do we support them?
• Spatially enabling social protection in Ind...
Information communities

3 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
Digital tribes
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Verticals - line ministries, scientific domains, application domains
Silos and stovepipes
Everythi...
Spatial Information Infrastructures
• Socio-technical infrastructure
• Institutional - policy, standards, people, practice...
Here comes everyone
Open Street Map

‘Prosumers’
Peer-production
VGI

6 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
Everything is related to everything else
“Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more
related than ...
Mapping social networks

CC by Eric Fischer

8 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
Interoperable Systems Research
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Design of (spatial) information infrastructure
Information-centric design
Institut...
Environment & Earth-science
• Minerals Down-under
• AWRIS – Geofabric

10 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
Spatially enabled Social
Protection

11 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
Social Protection in Indonesia
• Multi-sectoral information
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Reliable
Uptodate
Timely
Integrated
Useable

Social...
One real world feature - multiple representations
Geospatial information

Gazetteer ID - 002234

West Nusa Tenggara

Spati...
SIRF – spatial books for the web
Agency A
Statistics

Agency B
Treasury

Agency C
Welfare

API

API

API

Statistical
Info...
Where are we SIRFing?
In Indonesia
• Government
• Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG)
• InaSDI
• TNP2K

• UN
• Global Pulse

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UNGIWG

UN Secretary
General

(40+ UN agencies)

UN Stats

UNSDI
(CoE)

UN GGIM

UNGEGN

UN CITO
Assist Sec. Gen.

Global ...
Key enablers – Openness
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Open data
Open standards
Open source
Open Government
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Innovating
Adopt and adapt
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Innovation – handling the social dimension
• Leveraging existing infrastructure
• Evolution not revolution
• Data provider...
Summary
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Spatial identifiers common reference
SIRF – community infrastructure to links information resource
Unde...
Thank you
CSIRO Land and Water
Paul Box
Interoperable Systems Research Team
Leader | SIRF Project Leader
t +61 2 9123 4567...
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  • Title of project changedProject CSIRO and AusAID working in Indonesia but applying to Australia
  • Problem we face are multi-disciplinary requiring collaborations on enormous unprecendented scaleMatrix organisation like csiro designed to address ctrosscuttign concerns draiwing on vertical organisation resoucesOrganisation and government are siloed - different terms to describe depending on your communityResults in siloed data and rigid fixed stovepipe solutions – data tied to specific applications can adapt very wellSpatial information community – geo-zealots - automatically interpret information exchanged meaningfully and accurately
  • Behaviours
  • Haiti Earthquake 2010
  • 750,000 randomly-chosen geotags from twitter API
  • Supporting range of vertical information communities Interoperability core within spatial community and across individual vertical domains communitiesDesign of interoperable systemsExchange spatial within spatial community to enable geospatial info analaysis and delveiryBroader use of spatial to underpininfomraiton economySpatial information framewor- New technologies and approaches to describing how things are related – social networksDelivering information leveraging new technologies Linked open DataWIRADA – develop water information systems SISS
  • Design of interoperable systemsExchange spatial within spatial community to enable geospatial info analaysis and delveiryBroader use of spatial to underpininfomraiton economySpatial information framewor- New technologies and approaches to describing how things are related – social networksDelivering information leveraging new technologies Linked open DataWIRADA – develop water information systems SISS
  • Social ProtectionMulti-sectoralTNP2K - Coordinate across 14 gov agencies Consolidated database of vulnerable HHLD 20 million hhldsCetnralized social assistance provision – fuel, rice education subsidiesGlobal Pulse informal crowd-sourced
  • Similar to situation with identity for individuals passport, Drivers licenceRecording and reconciling these for places so other info can be hooked on
  • The gazetteer framework provides the scalable geographic dimension to the Linked Data Web. It is DNS for ‘where’Users access- Register data source- Harvest from WFS- Model transformation – Solid Ground- Connect back to underklying data set to access geometry for underlying feature- Operational provenance – where it came from but link to underlying geometry
  • Harvesting SI from ESRI WFSDelviveringsi back into the portal
  • Freemium = light weight view Open Government Indonesia. It is part of the Open Government Partnership, a multilateral initiative that aims to make governments better. In Indonesia, Open Government Indonesia focuses on pushing transparency, public participation, and innovation across government departments.
  • Leveraging existing infrastructure – Governance tech and governance harvesting from WFS – low entry barrier register and cross walk the Si sets in useEvolution not revoluton
  • Harvesting SI from ESRI WFSDelvivering si back into the portal
  • 2012 11-25 infromation-innovation_buildingcommunities_box

    1. 1. Building Information Communities: Spatially Enabled Social Protection in Indonesia Information and Innovation in Service Delivery Canberra, 26-27th November 2012 Paul Box Interoperable Systems Research Team Leader CSIRO DIGITAL PRODUCTIVITY AND SERVICES FLAGSHIP
    2. 2. Overview • Information communities and their role? • How do we support them? • Spatially enabling social protection in Indonesia 2 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    3. 3. Information communities 3 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    4. 4. Digital tribes • • • • Verticals - line ministries, scientific domains, application domains Silos and stovepipes Everything happens somewhere Geospatial community: “Collection of people who …. share a common (digital geographic information) language and common (spatial feature) definitions” (OGC Inc.) • Interoperability – systems and organisations talk to each other • Syntactic - exchange data – common formats protocols • Semantic - interpret information – models and vocabs • Standards development – ISO, OGC, W3C 4 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    5. 5. Spatial Information Infrastructures • Socio-technical infrastructure • Institutional - policy, standards, people, practices • Technical - information, software, hardware • Information • • • • Government-led, authoritative information Web & standards based Discover & download YAP 5 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    6. 6. Here comes everyone Open Street Map ‘Prosumers’ Peer-production VGI 6 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    7. 7. Everything is related to everything else “Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more related than distant things.” (Tobler 1970) New ways of visualizing, understanding the world © Copyright SASI Group (University of Sheffield) and Mark Newman (University of Michigan). 7 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    8. 8. Mapping social networks CC by Eric Fischer 8 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    9. 9. Interoperable Systems Research • • • • Design of (spatial) information infrastructure Information-centric design Institutional context – socio-political, business, policy legal, Semantic technologies spatial Use Discover Access, Extract Transform Load Discover Access Extract, Transform, Load Time and effort Understand 9 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box Use Understand
    10. 10. Environment & Earth-science • Minerals Down-under • AWRIS – Geofabric 10 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    11. 11. Spatially enabled Social Protection 11 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    12. 12. Social Protection in Indonesia • Multi-sectoral information • • • • • Reliable Uptodate Timely Integrated Useable Social Protection preventing, managing, and overcoming situations that adversely affect people’s well being[1] - policies & programs to reduce poverty / vulnerability - reducing exposure, enhancing capacity to manage risks 1United Nations Research Institute For Social Development 12 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    13. 13. One real world feature - multiple representations Geospatial information Gazetteer ID - 002234 West Nusa Tenggara Spatial Identifier Reference Framework Statistical information (Implicitly geospatial) UNSTATS Name GRP’08 $ IND03 NTB 8,080 IND05 NTT 4,769 BPS-ID GER ‘08 Tpop’10 003 Bureau of Stats - 003 Name Nusa Tenggara Barat 111.08 1,318,840 005 Nusa Tenggara Timur 112.09 335,805 Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Multiple - names, identifiers, geometries, versions 13 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    14. 14. SIRF – spatial books for the web Agency A Statistics Agency B Treasury Agency C Welfare API API API Statistical Information User Linked Data Web Spatial Information SIRF 14 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box http://id.data.gov.au/id/AusGaz2010/ NSW56500 Same as http://linkedgeodata.org/triplify/node26469586 National Spatial Data Infrastructure
    15. 15. Where are we SIRFing? In Indonesia • Government • Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG) • InaSDI • TNP2K • UN • Global Pulse • OSM In Australia • MyMaps Australia Gazetteer • OSP, GA, CGNA, ANDS Globally • UNSDI • UNCITO • UNGEGN 15 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box Community linkages • Spatial – statistical • Formal – information • Horizontal - domains - countries • Vertical - states-national - member states to UN • Research – operations
    16. 16. UNGIWG UN Secretary General (40+ UN agencies) UN Stats UNSDI (CoE) UN GGIM UNGEGN UN CITO Assist Sec. Gen. Global Pulse (Pulse Lab) InaSDI (Indonesia) Gazetteer Project 14 GoI Ministries BIG Agreement Agreement AusAID Funding agreement GA (Australia) OSP (RET) (Australia) UK Location (DEFRA) CGNA (Australia) UNEP Eye on Earth 16 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box EU JRC INSPIRE (European SDI) BoM NE2I (Australia) ANDS (Australia) Australian Gazetteer (SDI activities)
    17. 17. Key enablers – Openness • • • • Open data Open standards Open source Open Government • • • • Innovating Adopt and adapt Working with the crowd A legislative framework 17 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    18. 18. Innovation – handling the social dimension • Leveraging existing infrastructure • Evolution not revolution • Data providers – no change underlying business process/systems • Data Users – continue to use preferred data • Convergence • The power of the crowd 18 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    19. 19. Summary • • • • • Spatial identifiers common reference SIRF – community infrastructure to links information resource Understand and leverage socio-political context Technology to support and encourage the right behaviors ‘Thinking outside the polygon’ 19 | Building Information Communities | Paul Box
    20. 20. Thank you CSIRO Land and Water Paul Box Interoperable Systems Research Team Leader | SIRF Project Leader t +61 2 9123 4567 e paul.j.box@csiro.au w www.csiro.au/gazetteer DIGITAL PRODUCTIVITY AND SERVICES FLAGSHIP

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