ESSC OSM-PH WB project

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ESSC (www.essc.org.ph) project concept presented to OSM-PH Community
entitled: Participatory Mapping and LGU decision support tools for DRR.
Other details here: http://sustainabilityscience.ph/?p=571

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ESSC OSM-PH WB project

  1. 1. Mar 19, 2012 http://blogs.worldbank.org/insidetheweb/maps-for-open-development "the World Bank only supports citizen mapping efforts that give users free access to the map data they create.”
  2. 2. Participatory mapping and LGU decision support tools for Disaster Risk Reduction WP: Risk Resilience Duration - 7 months, May to 15 December 2013
  3. 3. Focuses on the needs of the DILG to support LGUs to prepare/formulate risk-sensitive land-use plans, structural audits of public infrastructure and disaster contingency plans. The LGUs need access to hazard and risk data through user friendly tools for analyzing this information for specific decisions.
  4. 4. Objectives Support growth of the OpenStreetMap (OSM) community Support customization of InaSAFE
  5. 5. What is OpenStreetMap? A project to map the whole world! http://osm.org
  6. 6. ~135,600 km of roads > 1,000 km added every month 63% of all PH roads (CIA, 2013) 3.4 times around the equator 141 days of driving at 40/kph (EDSA's legal speed limit) 376 days of driving at 15/kph (EDSA's actual average speed) Data as of March 2013
  7. 7. Think: Wikipedia for maps
  8. 8. Who contributes?
  9. 9. A million users and counting. http://www.mapbox.com/osm-data-report/#million
  10. 10. http://vimeo.com/49003594
  11. 11. http://osmlab.github.io/show-me-the-way/
  12. 12. API OpenStreetMap Planet downloads Nominatim XAPI Editors Contributors Extracts & conversions Tile servers API http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Develop Image: http://www.harrywood.co.uk/blog/2012/09/06/workshop-on-using-openstreetmap-data/
  13. 13. Impact Scenario Assessment Hazard levels Authoritative information on earthquake ground shaking, inundation, landslide, etc. from government, academic and research institutions Exposure information Population densities, building surveys, road network from local data or community led data sources like OpenStreetMap. Impact estimate http://inasafe.org/
  14. 14. Activities and Components
  15. 15. Developing tools and learning materials
  16. 16. Building local capacity Training to 5 LGUs Candaba, Guagua, Lubao in Pampanga Calamba, Bay, Santa Cruz in Laguna LGU, local NGOs, colleges and universities Data collection and collaborative editing Impact analysis and contingency planning
  17. 17. Collecting data and monitoring quality OSM community and ESSC Monitoring edits Online forum support
  18. 18. Sharing, distribution and maintenance of data Open Data Portal for baseline information, hazards and, socio-economic data
  19. 19. Nurturing partnerships and collaborations ● Site-level – LGUs – Local colleges and universities – NGOs ● Local – Project NOAH – OSM-Philippines – Line Agencies (DSWD, DepEd, DOH, MGB) ● International – Humanitarian OSM Team – InaSAFe Development Team – Georepublic
  20. 20. Sharing project outcomes to the public Mailinglists Website Social Media Posters Printed Maps Community events
  21. 21. Key elements Open source and open data Capacity building Building upon previous work Partnerships Fit for purpose and needs Replicable methods and tools

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