OPEN BIG DATA FOR INDONESIAN BIODIVERSITY BASED ON AN ONLINE CROWDSOURCING PLATFORM
As a tropical country, Indonesia is rich in natural resources and Biodiversity. Indonesia consists of 34 provinces, one of which is Central Java, with 29 regencies and 6 cities, including the BARLINGMASCAKEB area (Banjarnegara, Purbalingga, Banyumas, Cilacap and Kebumen) with seven types of ecosystems (Rivers, Ponds, Yards, Rice Fields, Community Forests, Plantation Forests and Natural Forests). The lack of recognition of biological wealth in the community is a problem. Therefore, we need a media that can record data on the distribution of Biodiversity, especially in the BARLINGMASCAKEB area and supporting media for education and information. In this case, this is a shared responsibility, the role of Hexa Helix Stakeholders. In this study, we present the concept of Open Big Data for Indonesian Biodiversity Based on an Online Crowdsourcing Platform. We started by conducting a systematic analysis of several relevant articles and conducting observations and interviews with several sources. This study found some data on flora and fauna protected by law and application concepts that can be widely utilized by using Big Data.
Big Data; Biodiversity; Crowdsourcing; Hexa Helix.