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Dinar Adiatma

StaffSenior Associate, Data Quality - Asia Pacific Hub


Dinar joined the HOT in 2022 and has been involved with HOT activity since 2016. He has joined to support Open Mapping Hub - the Asia Pacific to promote the OpenStreetMap data quality.

Based in Indonesia, Dinar was first introduced to OpenStreetMap in 2015 as a side interest along with his main studies. Starting from 2016, all things OpenStreetMap become his work priority on the HOT - PDC InaWARE Indonesia Project (Surabaya & Jakarta). Then he joined and led the Indonesia team for Meta-HOT projects. His experience includes field surveys, community engagement, training, and managing an organized OpenStreetMap editor.

He enjoys going out cycling, watching wildlife films, or reading in his leisure time.


Tips para mapeadores del Equipo de Datos de HOT

Tanto si recién empiezas a crear mapas para apoyar la respuesta al terremoto en Turquía y Siria como si has estado haciendo mapas durante años, siempre es útil leer consejos y ver tutoriales para mejorar tus habilidades y mantener las mejores prácticas. Estos son algunos de los mejores consejos de los miembros del Equipo de Datos de HOT.

13 March, 2023

Tips for Mappers from the HOT Data Team

Whether you just started mapping to support the earthquake response in Turkey and Syria or if you have been mapping for years, it is always helpful to read tips and watch tutorials to improve your skills and maintain best practices. Here are some top tips from members of the HOT Data Team.

13 March, 2023

An Approach for Improving OpenStreetMap Data Quality in Asia-Pacific

Open Mapping Hub Asia-Pacific (AP Hub) aims to support OpenStreetMap (OSM) and open mapping initiatives in the region as part of our efforts to advance this movement. AP Hub also offers a method for enhancing the quality of data on OpenStreetMap when data quality review is a regular task.

29 December, 2022

Reaching Inaccessible Communities Through Road Mapping for Sustainable Development

Since 2017, HOT has partnered with Facebook to build up and improve the data in OSM, particularly for countries in Southeast Asia where HOT has extensive experience in generating open geodata for humanitarian actions.

25 October, 2021

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