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PROCEEDING International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography

Harmony One Convention Hotel - Batam, 27 - 29 August 2013

EDITORIAL TEAM Steering : Ir. Tri Patmasari, M.Si Editor : Ir. Kusumo Widodo, M.Sc

Head of Marine and Coastal Environment Mapping Center

Section Chief of Coastal Environment Mapping

Author : Ratih Destarina, ST Eka Marliana, A.Md Nani Widiawati Andrian Libriyono, ST Fajar Triady Mugiarto, ST, MT Jawawi, S.Kom Dimas Hanityawan, ST M. Ramdan A.P Layout & Design : Ratih Destarina, ST

Marine and Coastal Environment Mapping Center Geospatial Information Agency Jl. Raya Bogor Km. 46 Cibinong, Bogor 16911 Telp./Fax : 021-87901255 www.big.go.id

Preface
It was a great pleasure for Indonesia to host the "International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography" held in Batam on 27-29 August 2013. This event was primarily organized by Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS), National Land Agency (BPN), together with Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) and Indonesian Hydrographic Society (MHI). Moreover, the constribution of KONSBERG, CARIS, FUGRO and others stakeholders are significant valuable to carry on this Seminar and workshop. The theme of the seminar was the roles of Hydrography for marine Industry was selected partly due to the significant important for Indonesia which is an Archipelagic country, and has plentiful marine resources. It was covering several topics which related to Nautical Charting, Digital Mapping and Marine Information System, Coastal and Marine Remote Sensing, Marine Cadastral, National and International Boundaries, Laws and Public Policy, Marine Disaster Management, Coastal Engineering and Harbour Management, Offshore Industry, Inland Waters and Watershed, Oceanography, Meteorology, Marine Geology and Geophysics, and Human Resources for Marine Industry This proceeding consist of report from the Head of Organizing Committe, Dr. Samsul Bachri, opening speech Head of BIG by Ir. Budhy Andono, M.CP, keynote speech Head of MHI by Prof. Dr. Ing. Sjamsir Mira, Executive Presentations from Ir. Tri Patmasari, M.Si (Head of Center for Marine and Coastal Mapping BIG), Ir. Arifin Rudiyanto, MSc, PhD, National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS),Ir. Tonny Harun, M.Sc ( BPN), Kol. Drs. Dede Yuliadi, M.Sc (DISHIDROS), and Ir. Sobri Syawie, Indonesian Marine Survey Contractor Association (AKSLI) and reviewed-selected papers submitted to the seminar. The proceeding includes the recommendation of 2013 International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography. Finally, in this opportunity we would like to convey our gratitude and respect to all participants who had been actively participating during the seminar and workshop. Hopefully the results of the seminar and this proceeding will be usefulfor our future works particularlyhydrographicinIndonesiatowardsa betterfuture. And last but not least, we would like to acknowledge the excellence work of the organizing committee members to make the seminar success.

Bogor, 30 September 2013 Tri Patmasari Head of Center for Marine and Coastal Mapping Geospatial Information Agency (BIG)

Foreword from Head of Indonesian Surveyor Association


First of all, I would like to thank to the Mighty God, Allah SWT and all supporting organizations and institutions who make this 2013 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP ON HYDROGRAPHY (ISWH 2013) happen. The event is organized by Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) and Indonesian Hydrographyc Society (MHI) together with Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS) and National Land Agency (BPN). It is a honour for ISI and MHI to organize this first hydrographic-related seminar event in Indonesia. The seminar is intended to identify development of science, technology as well as human resources in hydrography in the world, particularly Indonesia and ASEAN region to support sustainable development planning and maritime industry. Therefore we decide the theme of the seminar as Roles of Hydrography in Maritime Industry and Resources Management. As it is defined by International Hydrographic Organization (IHO), hydrography is the branch of science which is dealing with measurement and description of the nature and configuration of seabed and the dynamics of water bodies. Hydrography plays an important role in any aspect of maritime and coastal development. It is related to basic knowledge of the geographical, geological and geophysical features of the seabed and coast, as well the currents, tides and certain physical properties of the sea water. In brief, Hydrography is the key to progress on all maritime activities, normally of great national economic importance. In addition to supporting safe and efficient navigation of ships, hydrography underpins almost every other activity associated with the sea, including resource exploitation, environmental protection and management, maritime boundary delimitation, national marine spatial data infrastructures, recreational boating, maritime defence and security, tsunami flood and inundation modelling, coastal zone management, tourism and marine science. Indonesia, with 17,508 islands, 81,000 km of coastline and 3,1 million km2 of maritime area is the largest archipelagic country in the world. Based on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982, Indonesia has a sovereign right to utilize and manage the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) as large as 2,7 million km2 . Its coastal and marine area has a huge number of both renewable as well as unrenewable resources. In order to utilize and manage the marine and coastal resources properly, it is required to have an appropiate geospatial data infrastructure for planning, execution a nd evaluation, which are regulated by law and public policy. Bathymetry, seabed features, as well the currents, tides and certain physical properties of the sea water are types of marine and coastal geospatial information. Related to the geospatial information, Indonesian Government has produced a National Law Nr. 4/2011 about Geospatial Information to assure availability of and access to responsible and accurate geospatial information as well as to establish expediency of those geospatial information. As the official geospatial information agency in Indonesia, Geospatial Information Agency (Badan Informasi Geospasial BIG) has deliver a National Act Planning through an inter-governmental agencies and departments coordination meeting to support efficient and effective spatial decision support system for national sustainable development planning. BIG is also responsible for providing Basic Geospatial Information, includingland and marine maps and data for all Indonesian territory in various scale, as well as Geodetic Control Networks to ensure a single map reference system. ii

In July 2002, the revised Chapter V of the IMO Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention entered into force. Under the new Regulation 9, the Contracting Governments of SOLAS are now required to provide and maintain Hydrographic Services and products. Many charts which were adequate a decade ago, may have to be recompiled using new survey data, collected to a higher degree of accuracy and providing improved coverage. This deficiency may not be limited to sparsely surveyed waters of developing nations, but may also apply to the coastal waters of major industrial states. The advent of accurate satellite navigation, has made poorly positioned historical data an even greater problem for navigators. Fortunately, new survey technologies have improved the precision to which modern hydrographic surveys can be conducted. Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS) is IHO member and representative office in Indonesia since 18 October 1951 who is responsible and the only institution to produce nautical chart for ship navigation in Indonesia. It has missions to support surface and underwater information for national security and military purpose, to increase product quality based on international standards and rules to ensure ship navigation safety, to contribute to marine environmental protection and maritime boundary delineation, to maintain up to date, high quality and integrated hydro-oceanographic information. Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) is a professional organization for surveyors which was established on 27 June 1972. It has a long history on supporting geodetic, surveying, mapping and geospatial information projects in Indonesia. ISI was created based on the same vision of surveying and mapping experts to place the human resources development as the key component for development of geospatial information science and technology. Since 2008, Indonesians hydrographer society created an official organization to support hydrographic science and technology development as well as an exchange and discussion media for all hydrographic survey experts and companies in Indonesia. This organization was initiated by Prof. Dr. Ing. Sjamsir Mira and is named as Masyarakat Hidrografi Indonesia (MHI) or Indonesian Hydrographic Society. Finally, I would like to greet all participants of ISWH 2013. Citing the Indonesian Navy motto, Jalesveva Jayamahe, ON THE SEA WE ARE GLORIOUS, I wish you to have a very nice seminar and workshop event.

Cibinong, 17 August 2013 Head of Indonesian Surveyor Association

Ir. Budhy Andono Soenhadi, MCP

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Table of Contents
Preface Foreword From Head of Indonesian Surveyor Association Table of Contents Seminar Schedule Events Report Opening Speech Keynote Speech Towards Integrated Coastal and Marine Mapping In Indonesia Optimalization of Marine Data and Information to Support National Development Marine Cadastral System instead of Marine Cadastre Menuju Integrasi Kebijakan Kelautan di Indonesia The Need For National Hydrographic Services Human Resource Development in Offshore Survey for Oil & Gas Industry in Indonesia iv Ir. M. Budhy Andono Soenhadi, MCP Prof. Dr. Ing. Sjamsir Mira Ir. Tri Patmasari, M.Si Ir. Arifin Rudiyanto, M.Sc, Ph.D I Ii iv vii 1 4 7 12 22

Ir. Tony S. Haroen, M.Sc Dr. Ir. Elly Rasdiani, M.Sc Kolonel Laut (KH) Dede Yuliadi Ir. Sobri Syawie, MM

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Gold Sponsor Presentation : Fugro CARIS Company Overview The Study of Sea Bottom Morphology and Bathymetric Mapping Using Worldview-2 Imagery The Role of Nautical Chart to Support Development of Ports and Harbour Areas in Batam, Bintan, Karimun (BBK) and Their Surroundings The Comparison of Bathymetric Estimation from Three High Resolution Satellite Imagery The Dinamic of TSS (Total Suspended Solid) Fluctuation Along Watershed Coastal and Ocean in Berau Waters East Kalimantan Natural to Anthropogenic Influence of Environment Change of Jakarta Bay : Seismic Reflection and Sediment Coring Studies Marine Geological Institute : Survey and Research Pseudo 3D Seismic Methods Using 2D Seismic Multichannel Data Taken from Offshore Karawang, West Java Temperature Variability in South Java Waters Based on Argo Floats Data in 2008 2010 People and The Environmental Change : Impact and Adaptation Model The Spatio Temporal Dynamic of Diffuse Attenuation Coefficient in the Tropical Berau Estuary, East Kalimantan Indonesia

Hugh Parker CARIS I.E. Setiawan, D.M. Yuwono and G.H. Pramono

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Indonesian Hydro-Oceanographic Office

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Samsul Bachri, Muhammad Banda Selamat, Vincentius P. Siregar and Sam Wouthuyzen Ety Parwati, Mahdi Kartasasmita, Tridoyo Kusumastanto and Wayan Nurjaya Haryadi Permana

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Susilohadi Trevi Jayanti Puspasari, Sumirah and Udrekh

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Ivonne M. Radjawane, Dayu G. Wibisono and M. Fadli

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Dewayany Sutrisno Dr. Wiwin Ambarwulan, M.Sc and Dr. Widiatmaka, DAA

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The Calculation of Erosion and Sedimentation Rate in Coastal Zone Using Satellite Imageries (Case Study : Kecamatan Muara Gembong, Kabupaten Bekasi, West Java) Initial Proof of Concept of Experimental On-Line Tidal Chart for The Vicinity of Pramuka Cay, Seribu Islands, Indonesia The Progression of Multi-Dimensional Water Column Analysis Marine Geoscientific Survey for Possible Extend of Indonesia Legal Continental Shelf Beyond 200M at North Papua : A Preliminary Results RV Baruna Jaya Marine Data Processing and Information Management Marine Boundary Delimitation in the Era of Regional Autonomy in Indonesia : What and How Designing of Decission Support System for Maritime Boundary Management in South China Sea Dynamic Wave Simulations for Analyzing Efficiency of Breakwater Design in a Fishing Harbour at Cilacap The Role of Bathymetry and Topography for the Inundation Modeling

Dianlisa Ekaputri, ST; Dr.rer.nat. Wiwin Windupranata and Dr. Agung Budi Harto, M.Sc

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Poerbandono and T. Suprijo

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Andi Hoggarth Catur Purwanto

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Fineza Ilova Sobar Sutisna, Khafid and Dede Amrilah

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Trismadi, S. Sutisna, K.B. Seminar and Machfud

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D. Adytia and N. Subasita

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Widodo S. Pranowo, Sven Harig, Joern Behrens, Claudia Wekerle, Budi Sulistiyo, Semeidi Husrin and Dini Purbani Mahatma Lanuru

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Evaluation of Warm Water (thermal) Dispersion Using a Numerical Model at the Binceta Coast (North Sulawesi) in PLTU Development Hydrodynamic Condition of Kapuas Kecil River, Pontianak Based on Simulation Model vi

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Ismiati Utami Putri

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SEMINAR SCHEDULE
Time 07.30-08.30 08.30-09.30 Description REGISTRATION OPENING Singing of National Anthem of Indonesia Indonesia Raya (5) Opening Dance, Tari Persembahan Melayu (5) Report from the Head of OC, Dr. Ir. Samsul Bachri, MEng (5) Openi ng Speech R epresentati ve of BI G /Head o f I ndo nesi an Surveyo r Asso ci ati o n, Ir. Bu dh y A nd o n o, MC P (10) Opening Ceremony, Kepri Provinces Governor, Drs. H. Muhammad Sani (10) Keynote Speech, Head of Indonesian Hydrographic Society (MHI), Prof. Dr. Ing. Sjamsir Mira (25) PRESS CONFERENCE, EXHIBITION TOUR AND COFFE BREAK Executive Presentation on Human Resources and Data Policy (Each 15) Moderator: Dr.rer.nat. Poerbandono Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), Ir. Tri Patmasari, MSi National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS), Ir. Arifin Rudiyanto, MSc, PhD National Land Agency (BPN), Ir. Tonny Harun, MSc Indonesian Marine Council (DEKIN), Dr. Ir. Elly Rasdiani, MSc Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS), Kol. Drs. Dede Yuliadi, MSc Indonesian Marine Survey Contractor Association (AKSLI), Ir. Sobri Syawie Discussion LUNCH BREAK Gold Sponsor Presentation FUGRO Workshop Sponsor I Presentation CARIS Workshop Sponsor II Presentation KONGSBERG Main Presenter Main Presenter Kol. Samiyono, MSi Dr. J. P. Tamtomo Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS) National Land Agency (BPN) Geomatics Roles In Capacity Building for Hydrographic Mapping At Prigi Beach Kho msin, Yuwon o, and A. Kurniawan Identification Problem Of Marine Cadastre In Indonesian Archipelagic Perspective Y. Astor, W. N. SULASDI, S. Hendriatiningsih, and D. Wisayantono

09.30-10.00 10.00-12.00

12.00-13.00 13.00-13.10 13.10-13.20 13.20-13.30 13.40-14.00

Main Presenter Dr. Sobar Sutisna Geospatial Information Agency (BIG) The Progression of MultiDimensional Water Column Analysis in a Processing Environment C. M. Collins, A. Hoggarth, and M. Holland

14.00-14.20

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The Comparison of Bathymetric Estimation from Three High Resolution Satellite Imagery S. Bachri, M. B. Selamat, V. P Siregar, and S. Wouthuyzen Electronic Navigational Chart to Enhance Navigation Safety Yazid and A. Sutrianto

14.40-15.00

Spatial Mapping of Fishing Zone as Marine Cadastre Aplication for Marine and Fisheries Management I. R. Suhelmi, A. Rizki, and H. Prihatno People and the Environmental Change: Impact and Adaptation Model D. Sutrisno Initiative on Implementation of 3D Cadastre in Indonesia D. Santo, S. Karina, E. Djunarsjah, and T. Aditya

Designing of Decission Support System for Maritime Boundary Management in South China Sea Trismadi, S. Sutisna, K.B. Seminar, and Machfud RV Baruna Jaya Marine Data Processing and Information Management I. Mudita, T.J. Puspasari, B. Herunadi, M. Irfan, and R. Juwita Marine Geoscientific Survey for Possible Extend of Indonesia Legal Continental Shelf Beyond 200 m at North Papua Indonesia: A Preliminary Result C. Purwanto, N. D. Hananto, M. Hanafi, H. C. Widi, Rahadian, R. A. Troa, T. Bernhard, B. J. Zakaria, R. D. Michel, A. Wisnu and LKI 2013 Expedition Team Questions and Ans wers

15.00-15.20

The Study of Sea Bottom Morphology and Bathymetric Mapping Using Worldview-2 Imagery I. E. Setiawan, D. M. Yuwono, V. P. Siregar, and G. H. Pramono

15.20-15.40 15.40-16.00

Questions and Ans wers COFFEE BREAK ROOM I Offshore Industry, Marine Geology and Geophysics Moderator: Dr. Samsul Bachri Main Presenter Dr. Haryadi Permana Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Pseudo 3D Seismic Methods Using 2D Seismic Multichannel Data Taken from Offshore Karawang, West Java T. J. Puspasar i, U dre kh, and S u mir ah

Questions and Ans wers

16.00-16.20

16.20-16.40

Technology Developments in Lidar Coastal Zone Mapping D. Collison

Hydrodynamic Condition of Kapuas Kecil River, Pontianak, West Kalimantan I. Utamiputeri, M. R. Putri, and Z. Arifin

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16.40-17.00

The Dynamic of Total Suspended Solid Fluctuation along Watershed, Coastal and Ocean in Berau Waters, East Kalimantan E. Parwati, M. Kartasasmita, T. Kusumastanto, I. W. Nurjaya Temperature Variability in South Java Waters Based on Argo Float Data in 2008-2010 D. G. W i biso n o a nd I. M. Ra dja wa ne

Ship Detection Based on Synthetic Aperture Radar Technique Agustan and R.S. Agustino

Abundance of Phytoplankton and Their Relationship with HydroOceanographic Conditions in Karimata Straits I. Triyulianti, Y. Pancawati, and T. Agustiadi Evaluation of Warm Water (Thermal) Distribution Using a Numerical Model at the Binceta Coast (North Sulawesi) in PLTU Development M. Lanuru

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The Coastal Platform Morphodynamics Characteristics Belang Bay, North Sulawesi Province J. Ch. Kumaat, S. Kandoli and A. Moningkey Questions and Ans wers CLOSING SPEAKERS

The Calculation of Erosion and Sedimentation Rate in Coastal Zone Using Satellite Imageries (Case Study: Kecamatan Muara Gembong, Kabupaten Bekasi, West Java) D. Ekaputri, W. Windupranata, and A. B. Harto The Spatio Temporal Dynamic of Diffuse Attenuation Coefficient in the Tropical Berau Estuary, East Kalimantan, Indonesia W. Ambarwulan and Widiatmaka Questions and Ans wers

Dynamic Wave Simulations for Analyzing Efficiency of Breakwater Design in A Fishing Harbour at Cilacap D. Adytia and N. Subasita Questions and Ans wers

17.40-18.00 18.00-19.00

POLITEKNIK BATAM/BP BATAM University of Technology Malaysia, Prof. Dr. Razali Mahmud Universitas Maritim Raja Ali Haji (UMRAH), Dr. Irdam Adil, MT Closing Speech, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Prof. Dr. Eddy Subroto

19.00-22.00

GALA DINNER

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EVENTS REPORT International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography


Harmony One Convention Hotel - Batam, 27 - 29 Agustus 2013

1. Background
As it is defined by International Hydrographic Organization (IHO), hydrography is the branch of science which is dealing with measurement and description of the nature and configuration of seabed and the dynamics of water bodies. Hydrography plays an important ro le in any aspect of maritime and coastal development. In addition to supporting safe and efficient navigation of ships, hydrography underpins almost every other activity associated with the sea, including resource exploitation, environmental protection and management, marit ime boundary delimitation, national marine spatial data infrastructures, recreational boating, maritime defence and security, tsunami flood and inundation modelling, coastal zone management, tourism and marine science.

Indonesia, with 17,508 islands, 81,000 km of coastline and 3,1 million km2 of maritime area is the largest archipelagic country in the world. Based on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982, Indonesia has a sovereign right to utilize and manage the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) as large as 2,7 million km2. Its coastal and marine area has a huge number of both renewable as well as unrenewable resources. In order to utilize and manage the marine and coastal resources properly, it is required to have an appropiate geo spatial data infrastructure for planning, execution and evaluation, which are regulated by law and public policy. Indonesian Government has produced a National Law Nr. 4/2011 about Geospatial Information to assure availability of and access to responsible and accurate geospat ial information as well as to establish expediency of those geospatial information. As the official geospatial information agency in Indonesia, Geospatial Information Agency (Badan Informasi Geospasial BIG) has deliver a National Act Planning through an inter-governmental agencies and departments coordination meeting to support efficient and effective spatial
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decision support system for national sustainable development planning. BIG is also responsible for providing Basic Geospatial Information, includingland and marine maps and data for all Indonesian territory in various scale, as well as Geodetic Control Networks to ensure a single map reference system.

Many charts which were adequate a decade ago, may have to be recompiled using new survey data, collected to a higher degree of accuracy and providing improved coverage. This deficiency may not be limited to sparsely surveyed waters of developing nations, but ma y also apply to the coastal waters of major industrial states. The advent of accurate satellite navigation, has made poorly positioned historical data an even greater problem for navigators. Fortunately, new survey technologies have improved the precision to which modern hydrographic surveys can be conducted.

Based on this case, Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) and Indonesian Hydrographyc Society (MHI) together with Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS) and National Land Agency (BPN) organize the seminar event named 2013 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP ON HYDROGRAPHY (ISWH 2013) which is intended to identify development of science, technology as well as human resources in hydrography in the world, particularly Indonesia and ASEAN region to suppor t sustainable development planning and maritime industry.

2. Event Name
Name of this event is 2013 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP ON HYDROGRAPHY (ISWH 2013).

3. Goals and Objectives


The results of this seminar is expected to add insight on technological advances in the field of hydrography. The target to be achieved is the commitment and support of all stakeholders concerned with policy and technical implementation in the branches of hydrography.

4. Theme
The theme of the seminar as Roles of Hydrography in Maritime Industry and Resources Management.

5. Performance a) Committee
The event is organized by Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) and Indonesian Hydrographyc Society (MHI) together with Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS) and National Land Agency (BPN).

b) Location and Time


This event held in Harmony One Convention Hotel & Service Apartments, Jl. Engku Putri, Batam Centre, Batam Island 29400 Indonesia. This event start at 27 until 29 August 2013.

OPENING SPEECH Ir. M. Budhy Andono Soenhadi, MCP

Respected speakers from various ministries / agencies, universities, geospatial information communities, and all the hydrographic and marine communities from within and outside the country. Respected participants and guests

Assalamualaikum wr. wb., dan Salam Sejahtera bagi kita semua.

Praise to Allah S.W.T because with blessing from The Mighty GOD, we can attend the International Seminar And Workshop On Hydrography in here, in this beautiful city of Batam. This event is held by Geospatial Information Agency (BIG), Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS), National Land Agency (BPN), together with Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) and, Indonesian Hydrographic Society (MHI) Within this moment, please on behalf of Head of BIG DR. Asep Karsidi (He cannot attend this event, because in the same moment, He have to attend the Science and Research Movement Day of Indonesia with The Minister of Research and Technology) and me as the chairmen of Indonesian Surveyor Association. It is an honor to me to be here to meet all participants from Government sector, business, universities from Indonesia and around the globe, and all marine and hydrography communities. I hope with this event, we can have a positive mutual connection to exchange ideas and information related to the Roles of Hydrography in Marine Industry and Resource Management .

Ladies and Gentlemen Hydrography, as the branch of science, which is dealing with measurement, and description of the nature and configuration of seabed and the dynamics of water bodies is important in any aspect of maritime and coastal development. It is related to basic knowledge of the geographical, geol ogical and geophysical features of the seabed and coast, as well the currents, tides and certain physical properties of the seawate r. In brief, Hydrography, as defined, is the key to progress on all maritime activities, normally of great national economic importance. 4

Ladies and Gentlemen Indonesia is an Archipelagic country with 75% of its part covered by sea. Sea is not the barrier but the integrator between islands in Indonesia, and so in the political views stated that Indonesian Maritime Continent. The Sea is one of the strategic sectors for economic growth as its function for transportation to distribute goods, materials and to accommodate people to migrate between islands. Its coastal and marine area has a huge number of both renewable as well as un-renewable resources to create, build, and distribute of infrastructures for the center of economic growth. But in the other hand, Indonesia lies on active plates that vulnerable to nature disasters, and so we have to be aware of it. Unfortunately, Indonesian has forgot its identity as a great maritime nation, the role of the sea and maritime resources has not been optimally used. In the past, Infrastructure, research and technology, human resources, financial resources, legal and institutional sectors to support marine sector is very low. Therefore, various breakthroughs to utilize marine resources for optimal use and sustainable to become nations competitive advantage should be sought. Competitive advantage of a nation is a true competitive advantage is built on the basis of comparative advantage nation through the application of science and technology, professional management, and noble character To realizing it in a short period of time, we have to develop paradigm shift from land based development into ocean based development. Those models of developments have to be synchronize and merge to have an ideal proportion for build sector of socio economic development in the sea region and it surroundings and Indonesia should be able to develop in maritime sector optimally. Regarding as mention before, data and spatial information is absolute foundations to develop the maritime se ctor for nation welfare. The Act No.25 year 2004 on National Development Planning System mandate that development planning should be base on accurate and reliable data and in formation. Ironically, the geospatial data and information of Indonesias maritime is not completely available and well charted until now. This reality is a challenge for all of us from various Ministries, Government institutional, private sectors, Academia, and geospatial information communities to provide and distribute marine geospatial information that up to date and accurate. Based on Act No.4 year 2011 on Geospatial Information, mandate to Geospatial Information Agency (GIA / BIG) to provide the basic geospatial information especially in particular Maps like Indonesias Coastal Environment Map, and National Marine Environment Map. In the implementation of this Act, it is the obligation for GIA along with the relevant ministries, academia, private sector, and geospatial information communities to ensure the availability and access to geospatial information both in land and marine areas, which can be justified, usefulness, and effectiveness in marine geospatial information through cooperation, coordination and integration. This is the commitment from GIA with BAPPENAS in the 2 nd National Geospatial Information Consolidation that has been held 2nd week of July 2013 to prioritize and increase the budget for marine mapping in mid term for national development planning in year 2015 2019. 5

Ladies and Gentlemen The International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography is held as part of implementation and responsibility from GIA along with Hydro-Oceanographic Office (DISHIDROS), National Land Agency (BPN), together with Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesian Surveyor Association (ISI) and, Indonesian Hydrographic Society (MHI) in response to support regional based development in Short-Term National Planning (RPJP) and Mid-Term National Planning (RPJM) and as implementation to support Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development Master Plan (MP3EI), Acceleration Development in Province of Papua and Province of West Papua (P4B), and Urban Land Use Plan (RTRW). With the existence of complete Marine Geospatial Information such as marine geology, oceanography, bathymetry, seismic, meteorological will be able to support national decision for maritime development policy in various marine activities, which include the development of marine infrastructure, safety of navigation on sea, costal management, exploration and exploitation of marine resources, blue carbon, blue economy, mitigation of natural disasters, etc., where multi scale and multi temporal geospatial information is needed as logic consequence of development. Besides that, GIA is also a mandate to ensure the marine thematic geospatial information that built by relevant agencies, so that it can be integrated, synchronized, and harmonious. To achieve the goal, it is necessary to increase synergies between institutional functions and professional which working in the field of hydrography that supported by various marine communities and the role of high competent human resource in science and technology to accelerate the availability of national marine geospatial data and information.

Ladies and Gentlemen Finally, I hope this International seminar will be held well and produce variety of commitments, which can be implement to build a positive ways together for development in maritime sector for national prosperity. Thus I can say, I congratulate to all speakers and participants for attending the International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography. Thank you for you attention. By saying Bismillahirohmanirohim, the International Seminar and workshop on Hydrography officially open Wassalamualaikum wr. wb. 6

KEYNOTE SPEECH Prof. Dr. Ing. Sjamsir Mira

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Towards Integrated Coastal and Marine Mapping In Indonesia Ir. Tri Patmasari, M.Si

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Optimalization of Marine Data and Information to Support National Development Ir. Arifin Rudiyanto, M.Sc, Ph.D

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Marine Cadastral System instead of Marine Cadastre Ir. Tony S. Haroen, M.Sc

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Menuju Integrasi Kebijakan Kelautan di Indonesia - Dr. Ir. Elly Rasdiani, M.Sc

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The Need For National Hydrographic Services Kolonel Laut (KH) Dede Yuliadi

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Human Resource Development in Offshore Survey For Oil & Gas Industry in Indonesia Ir. Sobri Syawie, MM

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Gold Sponsor Presentation : Fugro Hugh Parker

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CARIS Company Overview CARIS

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The Study of Sea Bottom Morphology and Bathymetric Mapping Using Wolrdview-2 Imagery I.E. Setiawan, D.M. Yuwono and G.H. Pramono

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The Role of Nautical Chart to Support Development of Ports and Harbour Areas in Batam, Bintan, Karimun (BBK) and Their Surroundings Indonesian Hydro-Oceanographic Office

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The Comparison of Bathymetric Estimation from Three High Resolution Satellite Imagery Samsul Bachri, Muhammad Banda Selamat, Vincentius P. Siregar and Sam Wouthuyzen

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The Dynamic of TSS (Total Suspended Solid) Fluctuation Along Watershed Coastal and Ocean in Berau Waters East Kalimantan Ety Parwati, Mahdi Kartasasmita, Tridoyo Kusumastanto and Wayan Nurjaya

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Natural to Anthropogenic Influence of Environment Change of Jakarta Bay : Seismic Reflection and Sediment Coring Studies Haryadi Permana

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Marine Geological Institute : Survey and Research Susilohadi

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The Calculation of Erosion and Sedimentation Rate in Coastal Zone Using Satellite Imageries (Case Study : Kecamatan Muara Gembong, Kabupaten Bekasi, West Java) Dianlisa Ekaputri, ST; Dr.rer.nat. Wiwin Windupranata and Dr. Agung Budi Harto, M.Sc

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SEMINAR RECOMENDATION
1. It is necessary to develop paradigm shift from land-based development into ocean-based development. Those models of developments have to be synchronized and merged to have an ideal proportion for build sector of socio-economic development in the sea region and it surroundings. 2. Various breakthroughs to utilize marine resources for optimal use and sustainable to become nations competitive advantage shoul d be sought, are built on the basis of comparative advantage nation through the application of science and technology, professiona l management, and noble character. 3. There is a need to accelerate the availability and access to geospatial information both in land and marine areas, which is useful and effective and can be justified. Marine geospatial information can be gathered through cooperation, coordination and integration supported by various institutional related to hydrography, professional, Indonesian Hydrography Society communities and the role of high competent human resource in science and technology. 4. Commitment from BIG with BAPPENAS in the 2nd National Geospatial Information Consolidation (that has been held 2nd week of July 2013) to prioritize and increase the budget for marine mapping in mid-term for national development planning in year 2015 2019. So that the main goal of the International Seminar and Workshop on Hydrography is to have commitment on National Bathymetric and Integrated as sociate marine mapping 4. To support marine data collection, human resources on hydrographic survey should be improved. Certification of hydrographic surveyor, improvement of marine science and technology education, particularly in hydrography should be taken into a consideration sinc e Indonesia will also face AFTA (Asean Free Trade Area) where the competition in marine industry as well as marine survey and mapping will not only within Indonesia but also with the other ASEAN countries.

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Attachment 1 : Committee
Steering Committee Dr. Asep Karsidi, M.Sc Hendarman Supandji, S.H., M.H., C.N. Laksma TNI Aan Kurnia, S.Sos Ir. Budy Andono Soenhadi, MCP Prof. Dr. Ing. Sjamsir Mira Reviewer and Scientific Committee Prof. Dr. Widyo Nugroho Sulasdi Prof. Dr. Hasanuddin Z. Abidin Prof. Dr. Razali Mahmud Prof. Dr. Ing. Delf Egge Organizing Committee Chair Co-chair Finance Secretary Co-secretary Sponsorship Publication Security and Permit : : : : : : : : : Dr. Ir. Samsul Bachri, M.Eng Ir. Tri Patmasari, M.Si Sylvia Nayoan Ir. Nanang Henky Suharto Wiria Indraswari, SE Ir. Fuad Fachrudin Ir. Syartoni Kamaruddin Kol. Laut Daryanto Letkol. Laut Nurriyadi Bandung Institute of Technology Bandung Institute of Technology University of Technology Malaysia, Malaysia Hafen City University, Hamburg, Germany Head of Geospatial Information Agency Head of National Land Agency Head of Hydro-Oceanographic Office Head of Indonesian Surveyor Association Head of Indonesian Hydrographic Society

Coordinator of Seminar Publication

: Dr. rer. nat. Wiwin Windupranata, ST, M.Si : Agung Pandi Nugroho, ST : Sella Lestari, ST, MT - 1-

Design Registration

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Auzan Kasyfu Ambara Intan Hayatiningsih, ST, M.Sc Alifiya Ikhsani Apriliyana

Coordinator of Exhibition Coordinator of Workshop Co-coordinator Class Coordinator Field Coordinator

: Renny Rachmalia, ST : : : : Kol. Laut. Trismadi Drs. Win Islamudin Bale Fajar Triady Mugiarto, ST, MT Zein Khairudin, ST

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Attachment 2 : Seminar Documentation

Seminars Backdrop

Seminar Opening

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Executive Presenters

Executive Presentation by Head of Marine and Coastal Environment Center, Geospatial Information Agency : Ir. Tri Patmasari, M.Si

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Seminar Participants

Exhibition Booth of Geospatial Information Agency

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