OpenStreetMap A Disaster Waiting to Happen Mikel Maron State of the Map [email_address] http://brainoff.com/
Simple Accessible Transparent OPEN
 
The Grim Meathook Future “ Feeding poor people is useful tech, but it's not very sexy and it won't get you on the cover of...
Poverty  Environmental Destruction War drawn out disaster
http://flickr.com/photos/minkymonkeymoo/681878431/ It's Not Faraway
An Engineering Problem in the Most Extreme Environment
US Route 90 How they get it Wrong
Amateur <ul><ul><li>http://flickr.com/photos/robinini/161383472/ </li></ul></ul>
What It's Like
Disaster == A complete Failure Localised or Widespread Developed or Developing Country Sudden Onset Natural Disaster  (flo...
The Engineering Conditions Unpredicatable Bandwith/Connectivity Sporadic Power Limited Hardware
THE “COMMUNITY”, KINDA
UN NGOs Charties Governments Individuals Donors
Passionate People High Burnout Rate Few Cross-Institutional Links
“ Common Operating Picture” HICs
THE SOLUTION GeoRSS/KML P2P Paper Maps Ham Radio SMS/Twitter Pre-Event Data Store Remote Sensing Rapid Deploy “ Common Ope...
Pre-event Collected Resources Open Data – OSM, VMAP0, Geonames, Stats Imagery – Landsat, Gearth Stuffer
Serve, Slice, and Deploy 5K MacMini Labs on a Stick NGO in a Box
Collaborative Map Platform
Remote Sensing Satellite, UAVs, Planes, Kites
SMS and Ham Radio Twitter/TwitterVision
GeoWeb – GeoRSS/KML Consumption-Production
Printing and Paper
Pre Event
Analysis
Open Picture of Participants
Capacity Building – Education aka Mapping Parties
Post Event
Open the Collected Data for Reconstruction/Development
Continued Connection Internationally
Who Gets It
JRC Tsunami Model http://tsunami.jrc.it/
GDACS http://gdacs.org/
RSOE Alert Map http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/
GLIDE http://glidenumber.net/
Sahana http://www.sahana.lk/
MapAction http://mapaction.org/
ReliefWeb http://reliefweb.int/
PreventionWeb http://preventionweb.net/
Maps 2.0 http://maps2.humaninet.org/
INSTEDD http://google.org/
Google/NASA – Global Connection http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~globalconn/
BrightEarth http://brightearthproject.org/
Jim Grey http://www.helpfindjim.com/
GeoEye Foundation http://www.geoeye.com/
International Charter http://www.disasterscharter.org/
GeoBliki http://www.geobliki.com/
Thanks! [email_address] http://brainoff.com/ http://del.icio.us/mikel_maron/disaster http://www.slideshare.net/mikel_maron
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OpenStreetMap approach to Disaster Response

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  • OpenStreetMap: A Disaster Waiting to Happen

    1. 1. OpenStreetMap A Disaster Waiting to Happen Mikel Maron State of the Map [email_address] http://brainoff.com/
    2. 2. Simple Accessible Transparent OPEN
    3. 4. The Grim Meathook Future “ Feeding poor people is useful tech, but it's not very sexy and it won't get you on the cover of Wired. Talk about it too much and you sound like an earnest hippie. So nobody wants to do that.” -Joshua Ellis
    4. 5. Poverty Environmental Destruction War drawn out disaster
    5. 6. http://flickr.com/photos/minkymonkeymoo/681878431/ It's Not Faraway
    6. 7. An Engineering Problem in the Most Extreme Environment
    7. 8. US Route 90 How they get it Wrong
    8. 9. Amateur <ul><ul><li>http://flickr.com/photos/robinini/161383472/ </li></ul></ul>
    9. 10. What It's Like
    10. 11. Disaster == A complete Failure Localised or Widespread Developed or Developing Country Sudden Onset Natural Disaster (flood, fire, quake, hurricane, volcano)‏ or Humanitarian (drought, war, genocide)‏
    11. 12. The Engineering Conditions Unpredicatable Bandwith/Connectivity Sporadic Power Limited Hardware
    12. 13. THE “COMMUNITY”, KINDA
    13. 14. UN NGOs Charties Governments Individuals Donors
    14. 15. Passionate People High Burnout Rate Few Cross-Institutional Links
    15. 16. “ Common Operating Picture” HICs
    16. 17. THE SOLUTION GeoRSS/KML P2P Paper Maps Ham Radio SMS/Twitter Pre-Event Data Store Remote Sensing Rapid Deploy “ Common Operating Picture” Collaborative Map Platform Online/Offline Bandwith Sensitive Sync-able Open Source – Field Hackable
    17. 18. Pre-event Collected Resources Open Data – OSM, VMAP0, Geonames, Stats Imagery – Landsat, Gearth Stuffer
    18. 19. Serve, Slice, and Deploy 5K MacMini Labs on a Stick NGO in a Box
    19. 20. Collaborative Map Platform
    20. 21. Remote Sensing Satellite, UAVs, Planes, Kites
    21. 22. SMS and Ham Radio Twitter/TwitterVision
    22. 23. GeoWeb – GeoRSS/KML Consumption-Production
    23. 24. Printing and Paper
    24. 25. Pre Event
    25. 26. Analysis
    26. 27. Open Picture of Participants
    27. 28. Capacity Building – Education aka Mapping Parties
    28. 29. Post Event
    29. 30. Open the Collected Data for Reconstruction/Development
    30. 31. Continued Connection Internationally
    31. 32. Who Gets It
    32. 33. JRC Tsunami Model http://tsunami.jrc.it/
    33. 34. GDACS http://gdacs.org/
    34. 35. RSOE Alert Map http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/
    35. 36. GLIDE http://glidenumber.net/
    36. 37. Sahana http://www.sahana.lk/
    37. 38. MapAction http://mapaction.org/
    38. 39. ReliefWeb http://reliefweb.int/
    39. 40. PreventionWeb http://preventionweb.net/
    40. 41. Maps 2.0 http://maps2.humaninet.org/
    41. 42. INSTEDD http://google.org/
    42. 43. Google/NASA – Global Connection http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~globalconn/
    43. 44. BrightEarth http://brightearthproject.org/
    44. 45. Jim Grey http://www.helpfindjim.com/
    45. 46. GeoEye Foundation http://www.geoeye.com/
    46. 47. International Charter http://www.disasterscharter.org/
    47. 48. GeoBliki http://www.geobliki.com/
    48. 49. Thanks! [email_address] http://brainoff.com/ http://del.icio.us/mikel_maron/disaster http://www.slideshare.net/mikel_maron
    49. 50. Thanks! [email_address] http://brainoff.com/ http://del.icio.us/mikel_maron/disaster http://www.slideshare.net/mikel_maron

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