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Haiti Qake2010 Bar Camp Canberra2010

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Talk on OSM response to Haiti earthquake 2010

Talk on OSM response to Haiti earthquake 2010

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  • Hi I am Shoaib Burq, an OpenStreetMap enthusiast and contributor. I am also a founding member of the Aust-NZ OSGeo Chapter. This talk is going to give you a very brief overview of how the open street map (osm) community organised themselves across the planet to help the first responders on the ground in Haiti and helped save lives.
  • The earthquake occurred at 21:53 UTC / 16:53 Local (-5 GMT) just south of Port-au-Prince 15 km SW of Port-au-Prince
  • Wiki started - request by mikel to start contributing map data.
  • Less than 12 hours later - this
  • Day before
  • haiti.osm. 2009 01 14 18:09:00
  • 2010 02 05
  • This is the view of the mapping in progress
  • The data being created was specifically designed to suit disaster response.
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    • 1. Mapping of Haiti OpenStreetMap Community’s Response to January 2010 Earthquake Shoaib Burq @sabman shoaib@nomad-labs.com
    • 2. RED, BLUE, GREEN
    • 3. RED T1 to T3 Data Collection
    • 4. The 7.0 Earthquake Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 21:53:10 UTC
    • 5. OSM Talk Mailing List Wednesday, January 13, 2010 at 04:38:30 UTC
    • 6. High Resolution Imagery Commercial Providers Allow OSM to Trace Images http://haiticrisismap.org/ Google, NOAA, World Bank, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, SpotImage, CIA
    • 7. BLUE use of OpenStreetMap data for disaster response
    • 8. A Map for Disaster Response this is no ordinary map
    • 9. Tagging Earthquake Damage earthquake:damage: collapsed_building earthquake:damage: spontaneous_camp earthquake:damage: damaged_infrastructure earthquake:damage: landslide Stats on "earthquake:damage" http://bit.ly/cBPPwQ
    • 10. Distributing Food & Water tourism: camp_site refugee: yes earthquake:damage: spontaneous_camp United Nations Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) mentioned the following mapping requirement: "NEED to map any spontaneous camps appearing in the imagery with size in area"
    • 11. http://www.openstreetmap.org/browse/way/48278392
    • 12. Routing impassable: yes
    • 13. Coordinating Data Collection mailing list, crisiscmaps, ushaidi, geocommons, open collaborative tools: openstreetbugs, keep right!
    • 14. OpenStreetBugs
    • 15. GREEN reconstruction
    • 16. Future is Bright & Mapped
    • 17. reconstruction & donation accountability linked back to real reconstruction on the ground
    • 18. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ WikiProject_Haiti/ Questions? Shoaib Burq @sabman

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