Smart Land Use Model using WebGIS to Support Smart Village in Merauke Regency of Papua

Smart Land Use Model using WebGIS to Support Smart Village in Merauke Regency of Papua

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Volume-70 Issue-12
Year of Publication : 2022
Author : Heru Ismanto, Abner Doloksaribu, Diana Sri Susanti, Lilik Sumaryanti
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I12P203

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Heru Ismanto, Abner Doloksaribu, Diana Sri Susanti, Lilik Sumaryanti, "Smart Land Use Model using WebGIS to Support Smart Village in Merauke Regency of Papua," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 12, pp. 20-25, 2022. Crossref,

Population growth in Indonesia continues to increase every year. It is recorded that Indonesia's population reached around 275.77 million in mid-2022. This case is, of course, causing an increasing demand for land. Therefore, land use mapping is needed so that land use can be more appropriate in use. Merauke Regency is one of the regencies, the capital of South Papua Province, Indonesia. The district capital is located in the Merauke district. This district is the largest and the easternmost district in Indonesia. This condition certainly encourages the Merauke Regency government to conduct land use mapping so that land use in Merauke Regency becomes more appropriate in use. This study aims to develop a Web-based Geographic Information System (WebGIS) for land use in Merauke so that land use can be more appropriate in use. The development of GIS in Merauke regency uses QGis and JS leaflets. There are five phases carried out in the development of GIS, and they are such as data collection, analysis, design, implementation, testing, and preparation of reports and scientific articles. Tests were carried out by using blackbox testing and Mean Opinion Score (MOS) based on the User Acceptance Test (UAT). The results of GIS testing on 5 respondents showed that 90 percent of respondents stated that GIS is easy to operate. Overall, it can be concluded that GIS smart land use in Merauke can be used to simplify the land management process in Merauke Regency. GIS can display land use mapping in Merauke Regency. The mapping includes territorial boundaries, settlements, irrigation, roads, rice fields, drinking water sources, district roads, irrigation areas, and plantation areas.

Smart land use, WebGIS, QGis, JS leaflets Merauke, Papua.

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