Digital Cities and Innovation Cities for a Smarter City
Jakarta, Indonesia’s massive capital, sits on the northwest coast of the island of Java. A historic mix of cultures – Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European – has influenced its architecture, language, and cuisine. The old town, Kota Tua, is home to Dutch colonial buildings, Glodok (Jakarta’s Chinatown), and the old port of Sunda Kelapa, where traditional wooden schooners dock.
Jakarta Smart City is the implementation of the smart city concept that optimizes the utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to monitor, analyze and control various resources in the city with more effectiveness and efficiency in order to maximize public services, providing solutions, and support sustainable development.
Jakarta follows three main focus areas for that built an ICT infrastructure:
- Government that listens
- Technologies that connect
- Citizens that participate
Open Data Portal
Presenting data and information from all agencies of Jakarta Provincial Government needed by the community and fulfilling public rights as a form of e-government implementation in realizing transparent and accountable governance.
The DKI Jakarta Electronic Budget is a platform for realizing open government in Jakarta. Through this website, the public can see in detail the DKI Jakarta provincial budget annually.
Jakarta’s One‐Stop Services
provides information and assistance for various permits and licenses through various digital platforms, from website to video call.
Jakarta’s IoT Smart City Infrastructure
Every Transjakarta bus has a GPS sensor to track its location and route. The data are used for operator billing payment and to ease people to access real-time information about Transjakarta location for managing their travel time.
The GPS has been installed on 1.200 garbage trucks so its route and location can be tracked to evaluate garbage transport management.
Air Quality Monitoring Station has been installed in 5 locations to be able to monitor the air condition continuously. The data can be accessed via the Jakarta Smart City portal and be analyzed to show Jakarta’s air quality from time to time.
Has a sensor to locate, as well as to monitor its condition to manage the maintenance time if needed.
Jakarta has web-based street lights managing the light intensity and diming time of the lamps.
use a GPS tracking system and smart management of the ambulance car distribution in the city districts. Also, determines the service of cars based on the mileage driven.
AUTOMATIC WATER LEVEL RECORDING
Six units for measuring the water level of rivers is one of many solutions of flooding monitoring systems in the country. Systems update data every 2 minutes and publish them on the public website.
Jakarta 2021+ strategy milestones
LEVELS OF CITY EVOLUTION
4.0 CITY – The city government as a collaborator. Citizens as co-creators.
3.0 CITY – The city government as a facilitator. Citizens as participants.
2.0 CITY – The city government as a service provider. Citizens as consumers.
1.0 CITY – The city government as an administrator. Citizens as residents.
Jakarta City 4.0’s objectives:
use appropriate technologies to foster digital economic growth;
improve the well-being and quality of life of Jakarta’s citizens
Analytics Kartu Jakarta Pintar Plus
- Supervising and detect irregularities in the use of KJP together with the Jakarta Education Agency and Bank Office
- Supporting policy-making relating to underprivileged school students (eg book bazaar, cheap basic food, free Transjakarta)
- Providing information regarding the habitual pattern of KJP usage transactions for each student
- Providing information regarding the problem use of KJP and the absorption of the KJP budget
Public Street Light Smart System
- Knowing the number of public street lighting assets
- Displaying a map of public street lighting damage in DKI Jakarta
- Percentage of damage to public street lighting per city area in DKI Jakarta
- Analyzing damage to lamps that are routinely monitored Trends of public street lighting damage per day for the past two months
Analytics Citizen Relation Management
- Knowing the number of reports that enter each month
- Knowing how long it takes to solve problems in each category and sub-category
- Knowing how long it will take between SKPDs to coordinate reports
- Knowing the number of reports in each report category and sub-category
- Knowing the distribution of reports throughout the DKI Jakarta area
Waste Data in Jakarta
- Waste data per sub-district
- Manage the movement of garbage trucks
- Analyzing waste generation data
Regional Strategic Activity
- Data on achievement of regional strategic activities from various Regional Organizations in Jakarta
- Perform data analysis on regional strategic activities:
- Analysis of achievement of regional strategic activities
Food Information in Jakarta
- Daily commodity price data in Jakarta
- Analyzing food info data in Jakarta
- Analysis of commodity price trends in Jakarta
- Analysis of commodity price trends per region in Jakarta