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Indonesia - National Resource Survey and Mapping Project (English)

Main project components are: (a) construction of headquarters for BAKOSURTANAL at Cibinong, including suitable facilities for printing and cartographic shops and photographic laboratories; (b) procurement of cartographic, printing, imagery interpretation, and other equipment required for both map production and reconnaissance resource evaluation; (c) procurement of remote sensor imagery; (d) aerial photography at sales of 1:50,000 and above, of approximately 300,000 km to support detailed mapping of specific areas for project planning and chartering purposes; (e) technical services to be executed by survey firms, including geodetic control, photo processing and reproduction, and contract map production for delimited areas; (f) engagement of individual experts to provide technical assistance to BAKOSURTANAL in geodesy, aerial photography, cartography, printing processes and resource evaluation; (g) training in the country and overseas of BAKOSURTANAL's senior technical professional staff, and training in the country of staff technicians; (h) aerial photography; (i) extension throughout Indonesia of the primary, secondary and tertiary geodetic control network to density required for 1:50,000 scale mapping; and (j) aerial triangulation of all areas flown.


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    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Indonesia - National Resource Survey and Mapping Project

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Indonesia - National Resource Survey and Mapping Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.