Analysis of Supporting and Hindering Factors for the Implementation of BIM and GIS Integration in IKN Projects


  • Fatkhur Rozaq Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia
  • I putu artama wiguna Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia



IKN, Construction Projects, BIM and GIS, Exploratory Factor Analysis


The relocation of Indonesia's capital city from Jakarta to IKN (Capital City of the Archipelago) in Penajam Paser Utara is a monumental project covering an area of 2,876 hectares, which involves massive infrastructure development. To ensure the success of IKN development and development based on the principles in Law Number 3 of 2022 including equality, technological balance, resilience, sustainable development, livability, connectivity, and smart cities. BIM-GIS integration technology was key in managing the complexity of this project. With BIM-GIS integration, it supports digital transformation for more efficient and complete decision-making, including spatial variabels. This thesis aims to analyze the factors that influence the implementation of BIM-GIS integration technology in the early stages of IKN project development. Exploratory factor analysis methods are used to identify supporting factors that facilitate the successful implementation of BIM-GIS integration, as well as inhibiting factors that may hinder it. Questionnaires are used as a data collection tool from stakeholder respondents in IKN projects. Questionnaire data was analyzed using Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA). The research results showed that there were 16 supporting factors with 4 component groups and 16 inhibiting factors with 6 component groups. Based on these results, strategic steps are proposed to contribute to the development of science and play a role in the successful relocation of Indonesia's capital city.




How to Cite

Rozaq, F., & wiguna, I. putu artama . (2024). Analysis of Supporting and Hindering Factors for the Implementation of BIM and GIS Integration in IKN Projects. Jurnal Indonesia Sosial Teknologi, 5(6), 2809–2826.