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The Future of the Map

  1. 1. The Future of the Map #11ntcmap Live notes: http://bit.ly/ntc-map Pre-session survey: http://bit.ly/mapntcRob BakerElliot HarmonSteve SpikerAndrew Turner
  2. 2. IntroductionCase StudiesLive DemonstrationsFinding Public DataBudgeting and StaffingQ&A
  3. 3. Pre-session survey:http://bit.ly/mapntc
  4. 4. IntroductionCase StudiesLive DemonstrationsFinding Public DataBudgeting and StaffingQ&A
  5. 5. Demolitions http://www.flickr.com/photos/culturesubculture/339185196/
  6. 6. Green Dot Map
  7. 7. Community Broadmoor
  8. 8. Community Meetings Demolitions http://www.flickr.com/photos/karenapricot/2894170436/
  9. 9. Community Mid-City
  10. 10. Newspapers Demolitions
  11. 11. from Newspaper Listingshttp://www.cityofno.com/portal.aspx?tabid=118
  12. 12. to Spreadsheets http://thinknola.com/permits/2008.html http://blogometer.com/post/editgrid-zero-to-six
  13. 13. to Maps http://www.squanderedheritage.com/2008/01/13/google-maps/
  14. 14. to Blog Posts http://jefflamb.wordpress.com/2008/09/22/1431-annette/
  15. 15. to Flickr Photos
  16. 16. Taylor’s 1924 Map
  17. 17. photo: Dave WarnerSocial Data Cultivation
  18. 18. Jalalabad, AfghanistanPhoto Courtesy Todd Huffman
  19. 19. Haiti - January 12, 2010
  20. 20. Haiti - January 14, 2010
  21. 21. Haiti - January 26, 2010
  22. 22. GeoEye Imagery
  23. 23. Crowd-SourcedDamage Assessment
  24. 24. I am currently in Port Au Prince withthe Fairfax County Urban Search &Rescue Team (USA-1) out of Fairfax,VA, USA. I wish there was a way that Ican express to you properly howimportant your OSM files were to us.
  25. 25. SMS Sensors   Spreadsheet Feeds KMLSatellite  imagery UAV  imagery
  26. 26. Common Operating http://news.geocommons.com Pictures (COP)
  27. 27. Medical Infrastructure
  28. 28. The Future of MappingAndrew Turner - CTO GeoIQandrew@geoiq.com@ajturnerhttp://highearthorbit.com
  29. 29. hello
  30. 30. © IFRC
  31. 31. © UN Photo
  32. 32. © Democracy International
  33. 33. © IFRC
  34. 34. © Chris Blow
  35. 35. Dots on a map:not good enough.
  36. 36. GOAL Operational,not observational.
  37. 37. Mapping in the Media Space
  38. 38. Citizen Haiti
  39. 39. Mapping HumanitarianResponse & Development
  40. 40. © Sharon Davis
  41. 41. © Digital Globe
  42. 42. Expectations are changing.
  43. 43. Humanitarian Understand & adaptto the existing response capacity, work ow, and infrastructure.
  44. 44. Media Greater support formultimedia: geo-locatingphotos, videos, & audio
  45. 45. OverallConnect to people, not issues.
  46. 46. Thank you!"#$%&()!"#$%&()*%+,-)$%..!!""#$%%&(#)*+,#-./+01&(#)*+,#-.//01*1232!""#$%%,2,-,3!)!454-./!""#$%%.//,(4"6-,3!)!454-./+00)&7+1,3!)!454-./
  47. 47. Case Study #3: Foreclosure  Response Strategy
  48. 48. #1 ‐ Identify the Problem
  49. 49. #2 ‐ Understand the Problem
  50. 50. Different Types of REOsRequire Different Strategies
  51. 51. # 3 – Make your caseA picture is worth?•Tells a story•Hopefully the truth•Provides context•Empowers
  52. 52. #4 ‐ Use what you know
  53. 53. #5 More Context for  better planning &  decision making
  54. 54. #6 ‐ Implementation
  55. 55. #7 – Management and EvaluationBefore… After…
  56. 56. IntroductionCase StudiesLive DemonstrationsFinding Public DataBudgeting and StaffingQ&A
  57. 57. IntroductionCase StudiesLive DemonstrationsFinding Public DataBudgeting and StaffingQ&A
  58. 58. Dude, where’s my data?• How to get what you need? – Discover – Buy – Scrape – Collect (DIY) – Beg (in order of decreasing desirability)
  59. 59. Dude, where’s my (public) data?Easy                                                             Hard
  60. 60. Dude, where’s my (Federal) data?• Enviro? Global Land Cover:  http://glcfapp.glcf.umd.edu:8080/esdi/index.jsp• People?  US Census (Don’t mention the ACS): http://2010.census.gov• Education: National Center for Ed Stats: http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/elsi/default.aspx• GIS Data: Geodata.gov http://gos2.geodata.gov• Nonprofits? National Center for Charitable Stats:  http://nccs.urban.org/
  61. 61. Dude, where’s my (State/County) data?• State operated Spatial Data Clearinghouses (Cal‐Atlas http://www.atlas.ca.gov/download.html)• State Agencies• Regional Planning Agencies• University Planning and Geography Depts
  62. 62. Dude, where’s my (local) data?• City or County agencies – often require MOU• Foundations• Private companies (Claritas, FARES)• Open Street Map• Local web mapping tools (Policymap, Healthy  City)• Community surveys – a last resort proxy
  63. 63. Dude, where’s my (shared) data?• Geocommons• NNIP – National neighborhood Partnership  (34 cities)• If you benefit from Open Data, support it!• Share and share alike (ala Creative Commons)
  64. 64. How would you like your data?
  65. 65. IntroductionCase StudiesLive DemonstrationsFinding Public DataBudgeting and StaffingQ&A
  66. 66. GIS Budgeting & Staffing #2• Example: Planning a Foreclosure Analysis 1.Data costs 2.Software/Hardware 3.Staff & Time
  67. 67. Data Acquisition Costs• Monthly foreclosure data (private)=  $150x6months=$900• Property database (county) = $50.00 ‐ $100,000 (seriously)• Background maps (OSM) = $0
  68. 68. Gadget Costs• Hardware – small project – desktop PC, dual monitors = $1,000 – Regular, larger projects – data/database server  $5,000• Software – No budget? Open Source uDig, QGIS, web tools = $0 – Enterprise GIS tools: ArcGIS via techsoup = $175 – Need more? ESRI Conservation grants = 90%  discounts
  69. 69. Staffing• Who should do your mapping? – Planners – Geographers – Sociologist – Epidemiologists – Former surveyors – Tech folks? – On the job v degree v post grad?
  70. 70. Time Costs• Obtain data (6 hrs)= $600• Clean, process data (12 hours)= $1,200• Geocode data (5 hours)= $500• Analyze & map data (12 hours)= $1,200• Prepare outputs (4 hours)=$400 • Total staff costs @ $100/hr = $3,900
  71. 71. Project Budgets• Single project, lightweight, open source  = $5,850• Same project, modest data costs and software = $9,000
  72. 72. IntroductionCase StudiesLive DemonstrationsFinding Public DataBudgeting and StaffingQ&A
  73. 73. Session Evaluation Each entry via text or web is a chance to win great NTEN prizes throughout the day! TEXT ONLINE Text 11NTCmap to 69866. Use 11NTCmap at http://nten.org/ntc/evalSession Evaluations Powered By:

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