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The National Coordinating Body for Survey and Mapping(Badan Koordinasi Survey dan Pemetaan Nasional (BAKOSURTANAL)) was founded in 1969 at the start of the first five-year Indonesian development plan. It is currently responsible for official geodetic, aeronautical and photogrammetric surveying, mapping and charting and acts as the national advisory and coordinating body for all surveying and mapping activities in the country. Prior to 1969 there was no systematic national civilian mapping program. Topographic maps had been prepared by the Army Topographic Service, (now Direktorat Topografi (DIOTOP)), using the polyconic projection, with series published at 1:50,000, 1:100,000 and 1:250,000 scales, but coverage of the different islands was very patchy and for many areas preliminary colonial Dutch maps, or American wartime surveys remained the best available data. In the last 30 years substantial progress has been made towards the creation of an integrated and modern mapping infrastructure for the whole of Indonesia, as a necessary underpinning for economic development. This transformation has been achieved by a sustained state investment in mapping programs, and has benefited from many different bilateral aid arrangements. The National Base Mapping Program is carried out jointly by BAKOSURTANAL and the Army Topographic Directorate. An integrated program on the UTM projection, Spheroid Nasional Indonesia employs a hierarchical numbering system and was initiated in 1969. Sheets are printed in a larger format than the older polyconic and TM-based series. Four 1:25,000 scale sheets cover the same area as a single 1:50,000 scale map, four 1:50,000 scale sheets comprise a 1:100,000 scale map, and six 1:100,000 scale sheets are required for each 1:250,000 scale quadrangle. Graticular sheet lines are used and the basic scale differs from island to island. The basic scale for Irian Jaya was fixed at 1:100,000 while 1:25,000 coverage is used for Jawa, Bali and the Nusa Tenggara islands. A project was started in 1992 with Norwegian technical aid, to compile updated 1:25,000 scale digital coverage of these areas, derived directly from photogrammetric data. Due for completion in 2001 this will establish digital coverage in about 1,600 1:25,000 scale sheets. However 1:50,000 is the standard National Base Map scale and is employed for Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Makalu, with a specification including 25 m contours. 1:100,000 scale high altitude aerial coverage is used as source material, with larger scale coverage flown for some areas. Hard copy mapping has been published in two stages: provisional versions without field checking issued as enhanced orthophotomaps or three-color line editions; the second stage involves publication of full-color field checked maps. Very rapid progress towards completion of this program was achieved in the early 1990s, over 500 new sheets being issued in 1993. BAKOSURTANAL also compiles derived coverage at 1:250,000, 1:500,000 and 1:1,000,000 scales. 1:500,000 scale mapping in the Peta lingungkan laut nasional series covers the country in 44-sheets issued between 1991 and 1993. A 34-sheet 1:1,000,000 scale coverage on International map of the World sheet lines was revised to 1992. Complete 1:250,000 topographic mapping coverage at this scale is not yet compiled for Irian Jaya and parts of Kalimantan. In the 1990s there have been significant improvements in the availability of BAKOSURTANAL products on the international market. Topographic and thematic coverage has been listed in map dealers' catalogues and is described in our catalogue section. Larger scale coverage of urban areas and development regions associated with transmigration schemes is not available, and is mainly produced for land registration, in association with the Directorate of Land Use. Soviet military topographic mapping of Indonesia is available at the following scales: 1:1,000,000 (35 sheets, complete coverage, published 1952-1987); 1:500,000 (99 sheets, complete coverage, published 1961-1987); 1:200,000 (129 sheets, primarily complete coverage, published 1956-1983) and city (1:10,000 to 1:25,000) topographic mapping of Bandung, Jakarta, Jogyakarta, Malang, Padang and Surabaya published between 1964 and 1982. These products are available in print, digital raster and digital vector GIS formats from East View Geospatial.

Indonesia

9,388 total products were found covering Indonesia.
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The National Coordinating Body for Survey and Mapping(Badan Koordinasi Survey dan Pemetaan Nasional (BAKOSURTANAL)) was founded in 1969 at the start of the first five-year Indonesian development plan. It is currently responsible for official geodetic, aeronautical and photogrammetric surveying, mapping and charting and acts as the national advisory and coordinating body for all surveying and mapping activities in the country. Prior to 1969 there was no systematic national civilian mapping program. Topographic maps had been prepared by the Army Topographic Service, (now Direktorat Topografi (DIOTOP)), using the polyconic projection, with series published at 1:50,000, 1:100,000 and 1:250,000 scales, but coverage of the different islands was very patchy and for many areas preliminary colonial Dutch maps, or American wartime surveys remained the best available data. In the last 30 years substantial progress has been made towards the creation of an integrated and modern mapping infrastructure for the whole of Indonesia, as a necessary underpinning for economic development. This transformation has been achieved by a sustained state investment in mapping programs, and has benefited from many different bilateral aid arrangements. The National Base Mapping Program is carried out jointly by BAKOSURTANAL and the Army Topographic Directorate. An integrated program on the UTM projection, Spheroid Nasional Indonesia employs a hierarchical numbering system and was initiated in 1969. Sheets are printed in a larger format than the older polyconic and TM-based series. Four 1:25,000 scale sheets cover the same area as a single 1:50,000 scale map, four 1:50,000 scale sheets comprise a 1:100,000 scale map, and six 1:100,000 scale sheets are required for each 1:250,000 scale quadrangle. Graticular sheet lines are used and the basic scale differs from island to island. The basic scale for Irian Jaya was fixed at 1:100,000 while 1:25,000 coverage is used for Jawa, Bali and the Nusa Tenggara islands. A project was started in 1992 with Norwegian technical aid, to compile updated 1:25,000 scale digital coverage of these areas, derived directly from photogrammetric data. Due for completion in 2001 this will establish digital coverage in about 1,600 1:25,000 scale sheets. However 1:50,000 is the standard National Base Map scale and is employed for Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Makalu, with a specification including 25 m contours. 1:100,000 scale high altitude aerial coverage is used as source material, with larger scale coverage flown for some areas. Hard copy mapping has been published in two stages: provisional versions without field checking issued as enhanced orthophotomaps or three-color line editions; the second stage involves publication of full-color field checked maps. Very rapid progress towards completion of this program was achieved in the early 1990s, over 500 new sheets being issued in 1993. BAKOSURTANAL also compiles derived coverage at 1:250,000, 1:500,000 and 1:1,000,000 scales. 1:500,000 scale mapping in the Peta lingungkan laut nasional series covers the country in 44-sheets issued between 1991 and 1993. A 34-sheet 1:1,000,000 scale coverage on International map of the World sheet lines was revised to 1992. Complete 1:250,000 topographic mapping coverage at this scale is not yet compiled for Irian Jaya and parts of Kalimantan. In the 1990s there have been significant improvements in the availability of BAKOSURTANAL products on the international market. Topographic and thematic coverage has been listed in map dealers' catalogues and is described in our catalogue section. Larger scale coverage of urban areas and development regions associated with transmigration schemes is not available, and is mainly produced for land registration, in association with the Directorate of Land Use. Soviet military topographic mapping of Indonesia is available at the following scales: 1:1,000,000 (35 sheets, complete coverage, published 1952-1987); 1:500,000 (99 sheets, complete coverage, published 1961-1987); 1:200,000 (129 sheets, primarily complete coverage, published 1956-1983) and city (1:10,000 to 1:25,000) topographic mapping of Bandung, Jakarta, Jogyakarta, Malang, Padang and Surabaya published between 1964 and 1982. These products are available in print, digital raster and digital vector GIS formats from East View Geospatial.

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