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OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).
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OpenStreetMap work in humanitarian response to 12-Jan 2010 Haiti Earthquake at UNOSAT, WorldBank & JRC workshop on Damage Assessment (Geneva, 26, 27-April 2010).

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Presentation of the Work done in Haiti following 12-Jan Earthquake by the OpenStreetMap (OSM) Project & the Humanitarian OSM Team (HOT) at the UNOSAT WorldBank and JRC Damage Assessment Wworkshop - …

Presentation of the Work done in Haiti following 12-Jan Earthquake by the OpenStreetMap (OSM) Project & the Humanitarian OSM Team (HOT) at the UNOSAT WorldBank and JRC Damage Assessment Wworkshop - Geneva, 26,27-April 2010.

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  • 1. "Technical Workshop on Remote Sensing Damage Assessment: The Haiti Earthquake Experience“ The OSM WikiProject Haiti case Contribution by the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)
  • 2. What is openstreetmap? The openstreetmap “one-liner” A web project to create a free and open map of the entire world, built entirely from volunteers surveying with GPS, digitizing aerial imagery, and collecting and liberating existing public sources of geographic data. = +
  • 3. free and open voluntary map of the world. open contribution. open use. Voluntary, open contributions, open use (CC-SA)
  • 4. OSM core – system components.
  • 5. OSM WikiProject Haiti - snapshot OSM data in SHP & GPS map extracts (Garmin) available day 1; WFS day 2 OSM GPS map extracts used by Search And Rescue Teams – day 1 OSM = roads core data set (OCHA Core Data sets check-list). OSM data used as SHP, WFS, WMS in responders mapping production environment 26 hours to get imagery released and 48 hours to get 1st imagery loaded on the OSM platform available for tracing
  • 6. Tracing over Satellite imagery. Free, Purchased, Negotiated Right to access & use raw imagery for deriving data within OSM obtained though crisis mapping list. Raw imagery processed into tiles to be made available in OSM editors (potlatch, merkator & josm) Thousands traced over base map features, humanitairan features (camps) & also damages
  • 7. Cooperation area * Evaluating OSM tracing against UNOSAT/ WB/ JRC & UNOPS data * Methodology ** Follow up with this workshop ** Defining articulation with remote and field OSM work * Streamlining/ ensuring access to imagery ** Short term: allow imagery for current needs in Haiti, other crisis (Chile, Uganda, Sahel) or in support to data disaster preparedness or development work ** Mid term: agreement to make of OSM or OAM an actor to feed humanitarian actors satellite imagery based geodata products
  • 8. OSM editors JOSM and Potlach JOSM and Potlach are the two main editors used for creating and modifying OSM data. Potlach is a simple web interface, accessible to users on the OpenStreetMap website. JOSM is a more advanced tool, is a Java application so doesn't require consistent internet access and can run on any operating system.
  • 9. Database import: Public domain or CC-SA. Haiti: Base map layers (MINUSTAH/ CNIGS), Health Facility (WHO), Haiti damage assessment: ITHACA & UNOSAT vectors…
  • 10. Direct measurements: GPS surveys
  • 11. Direct measurements: walking papers Combined, GPS and Walking Papers can be used for rapid surveying and ground truthing. Walking Papers allow users to print out small sections of the OSM map. In the field, these paper maps can be used to draw new features, annotate existing data, and take notes that will help with the import of GPS data. Icons in each of the corners and a unique code for each Walking Paper let users scan the paper and upload to OSM so the notes can be viewed in an editing environment. http://walking-papers.org
  • 12. Direct measurements: Questionnaires. Based on OSM Humanitarian Data Model (HDM) and humanitarian data models (Ex UNSDIT) UNSDI-T v2 Formulaire de collecte de donnees Nom de l'ensemble du segment: Source ID (UNJLC use only): Routes Obstacles et Ponts Autres Surface Condition Ouvert pour quels vehicules? (saisir Passable par quel(s) vehicule(s)? Du GPS Waypoint Au GPS Waypoint GPS Waypoint Type d'obstacle (saisir une valeur) GPS Waypoint Description (saisir une valeur) (saisir une valeur) les valeurs pertinentes) (saisir les valeurs pertinentes) Mauvaise (<40 kph) Bonne (>40 kph) Pont Camion Lourd (<20 T) Camion Leger (<10 T) 4x4D (<3.5 T) Gue Culvert Camion Lourd (<20 T) Camion Leger (<10 T) 4x4D (<3.5 T) Boue Camion + Remorque (>20 T) Autre (preciser in notes) Camion + Remorque (>20 T) Route Pave (Asphalt or Bitume) Dirt/ sand Moto traffic non-motorise Road Block/ Barrage routier traffic non-motorise Debris/Epaves Lignes Electriques a terre Inondation Moto Neige/ Glace Avalanche/Neige Landslide/Mudslide Route endommagee Restriction au traffic Mines/ Munitions non exploses Gravel/Murram Checkpoint-officiel Checkpoint-non officiel. Saisir le Saisir le numero du Saisir le numero du Saisir le numero numero du Utiliser ces champs pour saisir (i) Nom de Rue ou de Route ou autre waypoint du GPS. waypoint du GPS. du waypoint du waypoint du information textuelle relatives aux segments de route evalues sur le Exemple: Exemple: GPS. Exemple: GPS. Exemple: formulaire Route (formulaire de gauche); (ii) saisir des informations 001 017 017 017 ponctuelles importantes (villages, intersections majeures, etc).
  • 13. Humanitarian Data Model (HDM) The Humanitarian Data Model seeks to reconcile schemas from many humanitarian response agencies, all of which are based on field requirements. When possible, it matches Humanitarian attributes to existing Map Features in OSM to make imports to and exports from OSM to response agencies more straightforward. Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) tools will smooth this effort From the HDM the following will be derived:: * Questionnaires to guide data collection * JOSM Presets to guide editing * Cartographic symbols to guide rendering
  • 14. Cooperation area – data modeling Making the OSM data modeling work over the HDM in Haiti and in SDI projects (UN, WB) on damage assessment interoperable and articulated to the efforts towards a standardized data model for damage assessment by main actors of this field (UNOSAT, JRC, World Bank).
  • 15. OSM/ HOT Haiti Field Mission – 21-March/ 10-April Background elements. Joint OSM-MapAction Mission funded by ECHO, supported by IOM (logistics, workplace) & CNIGS, OCHA (coordination) = Goal = Support the use of OSM on the ground to make sure it stays relevant and useful into the recovery, reconstruction, development of Haiti. = Audience = * groups of UN and international responders, * the Haitian government, * Haitian civil society = Activities = == Training == * Surveying with GPS/Walking Papers * Editing * Ensuring an efficient use of OSM resources by the responders == Surveying == == Community mapping project (slum) - feasibility study == == Ad hoc support work == Humanitarian Data Model and data imports
  • 16. OSM/ HOT Haiti Field Mission – 21-March/ 10-April Outcomes *Training activities 60 persons trained from main UN Agencies & NGOs, Centre National D’Information Geomatique et Spatiale (CNIGS) – the Haitian National Mapping Agency, Development projects (WINNER & DAI) and groups form Haitian civil society (Forum des communautes de Cite Soleil, INURED), *Surveying activities: Jacmel, Leogane with IOM & CNIGS staffs seconded to IOM * Data modeling & data imports
  • 17. Cooperation areas * Evaluating OSM tracing against UNOSAT/ WB/ JRC & UNOPS data * Data modeling: linking efforts towards a standardized data model for damage assessment with the OSM HDM work in Haiti and in SDI projects (UN, WB) * Methodology ** Follow up with this workshop ** Defining articulation with remote and field OSM work * Streamlining/ ensuring access to imagery ** Short term: allow imagery for current needs in Haiti, other crisis (Chile, Uganda, Sahel) or in support to data disaster preparedness or development work ** Mid term: agreement to make of OSM or OAM an actor to feed humanitarian actors satellite imagery based geodata products
  • 18. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Core Mission - connecting point between humanitarian and open mapping communities - remote data creation during crisis - collection and organization of existing data sources - deployments to the field possible - distribution point for free data Advocacy, Training and Outreach - mapping parties - speaking, writing, meetings in humanitarian and United Nations technical communities Thinking and Design - promotion of crowd-sourcing and simple web standards for data sharing - technical improvements to OSM and OSGeo in response to field requirements (offline support, verification, format adaptors, multi-master sync..)
  • 19. * WikiProject Haiti http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/WikiProject_Haiti * Strategy & proposal http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Humanitarian_OSM_Team/Haiti _Strategy_And_Proposal * Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Humanitarian_OSM_Team * Contacts nicolas.chavent@gmail.com mikel_maron@yahoo.com

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