From June 19th to June 23rd, 2023, Geometa embarked on a business mission to Indonesia. Headed by Maria Bobyleva, the Head of Marketing, and Ivan Prituliak, the Head of Project Management Office, the team set out to explore potential collaborations and showcase the capabilities of Geometa’s technologies in the context of Indonesia’s ambitious smart city initiatives.
Now, let’s delve deeper into our activities and accomplishments during the business mission in Indonesia.
On June 20th, an important meeting took place between Geometa’s team and the Nusantara administration. With Indonesia planning to relocate its capital from Jakarta to a new city named Nusantara in East Kalimantan, we recognized the immense potential for collaboration. During the meeting, Maria showcased Geometa’s extensive expertise in effectively organizing and navigating urban planning documentation, emphasizing the critical role of integrating spatial data and documents for efficient and informed city planning. She demonstrated how Geometa’s solutions can seamlessly incorporate and analyze various urban planning documents, enabling stakeholders to make well-informed decisions.
Furthermore, we highlighted Geometa’s advanced capabilities in monitoring construction activities within rapidly growing cities. Geometa can provide updates and insights into ongoing construction projects, allowing city authorities to closely monitor progress, ensure compliance with regulations, and mitigate potential disruptions.
During the meeting, fruitful discussions took place, and we explored the possibility of implementing a pilot use case, laying the foundation for a promising partnership.
The following day, our team had the privilege of visiting the impressive Smart Cities & Communities Centre at Bandung Technical University. The innovative projects being developed there left us inspired. Recognizing the value of collaboration and knowledge exchange, further discussions were initiated to explore future opportunities for cooperation.
June 21st marked a crucial day for Geometa, as we participated in a partner event for the largest system integrators in Indonesia. Maria Bobyleva took the stage to pitch Geometa’s solution. The team also engaged in productive introductory meetings with several integrators, fostering new relationships and laying the groundwork for future partnerships.
On June 22nd, we held three meetings at the offices of system integrators. During these sessions, we showcased our technologies and discussed how they could be integrated into existing systems.
Coinciding with Jakarta’s birthday, we had the privilege of visiting Jakarta Smart City on June 22nd. This prestigious occasion offered us an opportunity to showcase the Geometa solutions in the heart of Indonesia’s capital city. We demonstrated the capabilities of Geometa, highlighting how it can contribute to the city’s smart initiatives and urban planning efforts.
Geometa’s business mission to Indonesia proved to be a resounding success. The meetings held with the Nusantara administration and system integrators, coupled with the visits to Bandung Technical University and Jakarta Smart City, provided invaluable opportunities to showcase Geometa’s expertise in smart city solutions. The positive reception and interest received from key stakeholders highlighted the potential for fruitful collaborations and partnerships in the future.
We are enthusiastic about the prospect of further advancing partnerships and contributing to the ongoing development of smart cities in Indonesia.