LPPM IPB University and Kendari City Government Soon to Build a Precision Big Data Platform for Villages


Deputy Head of the Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM) IPB University, Dr. Sofyan Sjaf conveyed the importance and benefits of precision village data for development, especially in Kendari City, 16/11. In the socialization of precision village and ward data in the Capital of Southeast Sulawesi Province, Dr. Sofyan Sjaf was welcomed by the Regional Secretary of Kendari City, Nahwa Umar.

On this occasion, Dr Sofyan Sjaf conveyed the importance of villages and sub-districts having precise data so that development can be right on target. He hopes that villages and sub-districts have big data that is very useful in development planning.

"The existence of big data, of course, must also be obtained by involving the active participation of all citizens and collaboration with other parties such as local universities," added Dr. Sofyan Sjaf.

Dr Sofyan Sjaf admitted that he had been trying to establish big data at the village level. Call it several villages on the island of Java, because technology 4.0 to the involvement of villagers has synergized with each other. According to him, big data must meet requirements including large volumes, data structures that have various variables and can be collected in a short time.

Nahwa Umar expressed her gratitude to IPB University for donating the results of his research to the Kendari City Government. According to her, this data is really needed for the Kendari City Government. "We are very grateful that Kendari City is made a partner of IPB University," she said.

In the Precision Village Data socialization agenda carried out by LPPM IPB University to Kendari City, a Precision Village Data seminar was also held in Anaiwoi Village. The presence of the IPB University team was welcomed by the Head of the Anaiwoi Village, the Head of BPS Kendari City, the RW, and RT throughout the Anaiwoi Village.

Anaiwoi village head expressed gratitude to LPPM IPB University and the Kendari City Bappeda for making the ward a pilot project. This is because this data is very participatory because it is taken directly and then verified by the community. (*) (IAAS/YHY)



Published Date : 23-Nov-2021

Resource Person : Dr Sofyan Sjaf, Nahwa Umar, Lurah Anaiwoi

Keyword : precision village data, village development, village data accuracy

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