BPPT Delft-FEWS Basic Configuration Course
Serpong, 16-18 March 2015
Delft-FEWS as an open data handling platform is being developed in Indonesia as Flood Early Warning System (FEWS) and Drought Early Warning System (DEWS). FEWS is being developed and it is operated since 2012 at PusAir. This system will be adapted by BPPT, which is also part in JCP Phase 2, as Flood Early Warning System in East Kalimantan area.
Supporting this activity, a training on how to configure and setup Delft-FEWS was held in BPPT Serpong, Tangerang. The training is done in 3 days from 16-18 March 2015. Objective of this training is that staff of Pusat Teknologi Inventarisasi Sumber Daya Alam (PTISDA), BPPT are able to make their own FEWS configuration, including import the data, data analysis, and do reporting.
Delft-FEWS Basic Configuration Course was held in Geostech Building, BPPT Serpong, Tangerang from 16-18 March 2015. 10 participants from Pusat Teknologi Inventarisasi Sumber Daya Alam (PTISDA), BPPT staff were joined this training. Training was given by Deltares staff, Bayu Raharja, Aditya Taufani, Angga Yuherdha and Maulina Indiyani.
Bayu opened the training and start explained about Delft-FEWS concept and philosophy. Afterward, it is continued with the installation of Delft-FEWS software and brief desciprtion on how to use it. The next session was explanation about XML and working with XML editor software (Oxygen XML). Day one was ended with explanation and excercise for how to make configuration and import the data into FEWS.
Day two Ifan continue with explanation and exercise on data validation, threshold, pre-configured display, transformation and interpolation. And explanation on basic configuration was finished in day 3 with import grid data and reporting. In day 3, after all configuration training was finished, Bayu give extra exercise to import BPPT telemetry data and import ACCESS G data from server url (special request from Firman).
All topics during the course are listed in the following agenda.
Day 1, Monday 16 March 2015
Day 2, Tuesday 17 March 2015
Day 3, Wednesday 18 March 2015