Remote sensing and geographic information systems technics for spatial-based development planning and policy

I Wayan Gede Krisna Arimjaya, Muhammad Dimyati


Indonesia's land-use and land-cover change (LULCC) is a global concern. The relocation plan of the capital city of Indonesia to East Kalimantan will be becoming an environmental issue. Knowing the latest land cover change modeling and prediction research is essential for fundamental knowledge in spatial planning and policies for regional development. Five articles related to integrated technology of geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing for spatial modeling were reviewed and compared using nine variables: title, journal (ranks), keywords, objectives, data sources, variables, location, method, and main findings. The results show that the variables that significantly affect LULCC are height, slope, distance from the road, and distance from the built-up area. The artificial neural network-based cellular automata (ANN-CA) method could be the best approach to model the LULCC. Furthermore, by the current availability of global multi-temporal and multi-sensor remote sensing data, the LULCC modeling study can be limitless


Artificial neural network-based; cellular automata; Land-use and land-cover change; Remote sensing and geographic information systems; Spatial modeling; Spatial planning

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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