Response of OSGeo Japanwith other communitiesto the Great East Japan EarthquakeDaisuke YOSHIDA & Yoichi KAYAMA & Taichi FU...
The Great East Japan EarthquakeMarch 11th, 2011 14:46M9.0 quake and Tsunami disasters
The Great East Japan EarthquakeMarch 11th, 2011 14:46M9.0 quake and Tsunami disastersaffected the Tohoku region          a...
Topics to talk in this presentation
Topics to talk in this presentation• EQ Responses using Satellite and Aerial Images  • Georeferencing using FOSS4G  • Prov...
I will save                                       HOW?  Japan!                         FOSS4G                       EQ Res...
The EQ Emergency Responses            by Satellite Operating or Related Bodies           source: http://wiki.openstreetmap...
The EQ Emergency Responses            by Satellite Operating or Related Bodies             source: http://wiki.openstreetm...
Releasing Aerial Photos by       The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI)                Arial photos were take...
GSI Aerial Photo   Rikuzen-Takada, Iwate Pref. (After EQ)
Georeferencing Aerial Photographs Project               @wata909Stayed in Germany
Georeferencing Aerial Photographs Project                @wata909Stayed in Germany• Starting from OSGeoJP-discuss ML• Over...
Georeferenced Photo by Volunteers             Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima Pref.    Georeferencing           using QGIS Geo...
Georeferenced Photo by Volunteers                     Aomori and Iwate Pref.           Task management                 usi...
Various Related Projects            Setting up a storage server              for exchange of large volume of data         ...
Providing WMS using CloudWMS server             Aerial WMS can help support             •   comprehending damages         ...
Providing WMS using Cloud             • Amazon EC2                  (m2.4xlarge instance x2)             • Amazon Elastic ...
The Association of Japanese Geographers (AJG)  Tsunami damaged map  NIED supported the map delivery service using e-Commun...
ZENRIN started to provide residential mapZENRIN map with the NIED e-Community Map   Material   National Research Institute...
Honda, ToyotaUsable road information (with Miyagi Pref. roads)   Material   National Research Institute for Earth Science ...
Evacuation center map with the NIED e-Community Map   Material   National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaste...
Aerial Photo (GSI) + Tsunami damaged map (AJG)                       + Usable road information (Honda, Toyota)     Materia...
Suggesting the use of FOSS4G    to Local governments                          making up damages
Organizing survey photos with GPS
QGIS OpenLayers plugin for Bing                  Contributor: Luiz Motta (OSGeo Brazil)
EQ Responses using Satellite and Aerial Images Aerial photos                                              Applications    ...
I need    a                                  OSM? map!                   FOSS4G     Crisis Mapping       using Satellite a...
No Data, No FOSS4G
Let’sstartCrisisMapping!!for JapanEarthquake
Source for Japan Crisis Mapping                                                  GPSTrace on ALOS/Aerial Photos           ...
Sendai AreaYear of 2009
Sendai AreaMay 7th, 2011
Thanks for helping us!!         by mapconcierge
Crisis Mapping @ Nara University / HokkaidoStudents worked on                              as taking shifts for 24 hours
Crisis Mapping @ Nara University / HokkaidoStudents worked on  Tracing roads & buildings using Bing  Inputing evacuation c...
Crisis Mapping @ Nara University / HokkaidoStudents worked on                        about 50 students joined (Mar. 24th) ...
Crisis Mapping using Satellite and Aerial Images
Sendai station area May 7th, 2011
Natori city area May 7th, 2011
Rikuzen-Takada area May 7th, 2011
Comparison with 4 map services
Comparison with 4 map services
OSM
OSM   Google Historical Maps
sinsai.infoCrowd Sourcing Reconstruction Support Platform
SAHANA JapanFree and OpenSource Disaster Management System
OSM data @ Aero Asahi Corporation
ALL311/e-commu mapping system      Disaster information platform
Result(after JapanEarthquake)
2008 Jan                  2009 Janby mapconcierge                  2010 Jan                  2011 Mar
2008 Jan                             only 10 people                  2009 Janby mapconcierge                  2010 Jan    ...
600+ / 1200+only 10 people                                                           2011 Mar                 2009 Jan    ...
Many cloud companies provided    their server resources
Many cloud companies provided            their server resourcesAmazon Web Services: sinsai.info,                          ...
Comparing with the Great Hanshin EQ                                              (Jan. 17th, 1995)           M7.0 quakes h...
For faster response to future disasters•   Enhance community bodies•   Roles of communities in emergency situations•   Col...
Thank you very much   Fu-Japan was                         Not yet  saved
Response of OSGeo Japan with other comunities to the Great East Japan Earthquake
Response of OSGeo Japan with other comunities to the Great East Japan Earthquake
Response of OSGeo Japan with other comunities to the Great East Japan Earthquake
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Response of OSGeo Japan with other comunities to the Great East Japan Earthquake

  1. 1. Response of OSGeo Japanwith other communitiesto the Great East Japan EarthquakeDaisuke YOSHIDA & Yoichi KAYAMA & Taichi FURUHASHIand members of the OSGeo Japan Chapter
  2. 2. The Great East Japan EarthquakeMarch 11th, 2011 14:46M9.0 quake and Tsunami disasters
  3. 3. The Great East Japan EarthquakeMarch 11th, 2011 14:46M9.0 quake and Tsunami disastersaffected the Tohoku region and wide area of eastern JapanAbout 15,700 died and 4,500 missingNuclear power plant crisisPower failure in wide regionlots of confusions in Tokyo area (communications, transportations)etc.
  4. 4. Topics to talk in this presentation
  5. 5. Topics to talk in this presentation• EQ Responses using Satellite and Aerial Images • Georeferencing using FOSS4G • Providing Satellite and Aerial WMS • Applications• Crisis Mapping using Satellite and Aerial Images by OpenStreetMap community
  6. 6. I will save HOW? Japan! FOSS4G EQ Responses using Satellite and Aerial Images
  7. 7. The EQ Emergency Responses by Satellite Operating or Related Bodies source: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/JA:2011_Sendai_earthquake_and_tsunami/Imageries
  8. 8. The EQ Emergency Responses by Satellite Operating or Related Bodies source: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/JA:2011_Sendai_earthquake_and_tsunami/Imageries • JAXA ALOS • DigitalGlobe • Cnes / SpotImage • Microsoft Bing • MapQuest Open Aerial • Telascience
  9. 9. Releasing Aerial Photos by The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI) Arial photos were taken affected areas in 4 pref. Mar. 12th Mar. 13th Mar. 19th Mar. 27th Apr. 1st Apr. 5th
  10. 10. GSI Aerial Photo Rikuzen-Takada, Iwate Pref. (After EQ)
  11. 11. Georeferencing Aerial Photographs Project @wata909Stayed in Germany
  12. 12. Georeferencing Aerial Photographs Project @wata909Stayed in Germany• Starting from OSGeoJP-discuss ML• Over 20 volunteers joined to the project• About 100 scenes of aerial photographs were geo-rectified in 2 days• About some thousands of photographs were merged by GDAL• Some related projects were setup in order to facilitate the works
  13. 13. Georeferenced Photo by Volunteers Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima Pref. Georeferencing using QGIS Georeferencering plugin
  14. 14. Georeferenced Photo by Volunteers Aomori and Iwate Pref. Task management using Google docs
  15. 15. Various Related Projects Setting up a storage server for exchange of large volume of data Translating place names in English Setting up a WMS server for English place names
  16. 16. Providing WMS using CloudWMS server Aerial WMS can help support • comprehending damages • developing Infra data • restoration plan • issuing disaster victim certificate
  17. 17. Providing WMS using Cloud • Amazon EC2 (m2.4xlarge instance x2) • Amazon Elastic Load Balancing • Auto Scaling • MapServer & TileCacheWMS server Aerial WMS can help support • comprehending damages • developing Infra data • restoration plan • issuing disaster victim certificate
  18. 18. The Association of Japanese Geographers (AJG) Tsunami damaged map NIED supported the map delivery service using e-Community Map WMS Material National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
  19. 19. ZENRIN started to provide residential mapZENRIN map with the NIED e-Community Map Material National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
  20. 20. Honda, ToyotaUsable road information (with Miyagi Pref. roads) Material National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
  21. 21. Evacuation center map with the NIED e-Community Map Material National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
  22. 22. Aerial Photo (GSI) + Tsunami damaged map (AJG) + Usable road information (Honda, Toyota) Material National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention
  23. 23. Suggesting the use of FOSS4G to Local governments making up damages
  24. 24. Organizing survey photos with GPS
  25. 25. QGIS OpenLayers plugin for Bing Contributor: Luiz Motta (OSGeo Brazil)
  26. 26. EQ Responses using Satellite and Aerial Images Aerial photos Applications Providing WMSGeoreferencing@wata909 Server supports with Cloud
  27. 27. I need a OSM? map! FOSS4G Crisis Mapping using Satellite and Aerial Images
  28. 28. No Data, No FOSS4G
  29. 29. Let’sstartCrisisMapping!!for JapanEarthquake
  30. 30. Source for Japan Crisis Mapping GPSTrace on ALOS/Aerial Photos GSI based map Convert from ALPS Data Trace on Bing aerial UAV and Satellites by mapconcierge
  31. 31. Sendai AreaYear of 2009
  32. 32. Sendai AreaMay 7th, 2011
  33. 33. Thanks for helping us!! by mapconcierge
  34. 34. Crisis Mapping @ Nara University / HokkaidoStudents worked on as taking shifts for 24 hours
  35. 35. Crisis Mapping @ Nara University / HokkaidoStudents worked on Tracing roads & buildings using Bing Inputing evacuation centers of each municipalities as taking shifts for 24 hours
  36. 36. Crisis Mapping @ Nara University / HokkaidoStudents worked on about 50 students joined (Mar. 24th) and 100 joined (Apr. 9th) Tracing roads & buildings using Bing Inputing evacuation centers of each municipalities as taking shifts for 24 hours
  37. 37. Crisis Mapping using Satellite and Aerial Images
  38. 38. Sendai station area May 7th, 2011
  39. 39. Natori city area May 7th, 2011
  40. 40. Rikuzen-Takada area May 7th, 2011
  41. 41. Comparison with 4 map services
  42. 42. Comparison with 4 map services
  43. 43. OSM
  44. 44. OSM Google Historical Maps
  45. 45. sinsai.infoCrowd Sourcing Reconstruction Support Platform
  46. 46. SAHANA JapanFree and OpenSource Disaster Management System
  47. 47. OSM data @ Aero Asahi Corporation
  48. 48. ALL311/e-commu mapping system Disaster information platform
  49. 49. Result(after JapanEarthquake)
  50. 50. 2008 Jan 2009 Janby mapconcierge 2010 Jan 2011 Mar
  51. 51. 2008 Jan only 10 people 2009 Janby mapconcierge 2010 Jan 2011 Mar
  52. 52. 600+ / 1200+only 10 people 2011 Mar 2009 Jan 2010 Jan2008 Jan by mapconcierge
  53. 53. Many cloud companies provided their server resources
  54. 54. Many cloud companies provided their server resourcesAmazon Web Services: sinsai.info, Aerial & satellite images WMS serverIIJ : Web site hosting to local governmentsIBM : SAHANA projectNTT Data : OpenStreetMap, sinsai.infoSAKURA Internet: GSI site
  55. 55. Comparing with the Great Hanshin EQ (Jan. 17th, 1995) M7.0 quakes hit in Kobe area, more than 6,000 were killed• Many online voluntary activities, especially geographical• Internet infra developments and cellphones improvements• Utilizations of FOSS4G tools• Many and variety of collaboration works thru network• Not only domestic activities but many supports from other countries
  56. 56. For faster response to future disasters• Enhance community bodies• Roles of communities in emergency situations• Collaborations with other countries, • mitigate language barrier• Promote FOSS4G, the training and preparing documentations
  57. 57. Thank you very much Fu-Japan was Not yet saved

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