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IAEM11 2011 CrisisCommons VTC presentation

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What is CrisisCommons and Why should you care as an Emergency Manager?

What is CrisisCommons and Why should you care as an Emergency Manager?

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    • 1. Virtual TechnicalCommunities QR Code Here ! (IAEM 2011) David Black Pascal Schuback
    • 2. Portraits from a StormVideo
    • 3. • Evolution of VTC (Volunteer Technical Communities) • Tools • Open Standards • Examples • What’s the future look like?Objectives
    • 4. 1995 – Kobe earthquakes – Limited Ability 2001 – 9/11 Listservs, What’s going on? 2004 – Indian Ocean Tsunami – Blogs, Sahana, 2005 – Hurricane Katrina –People Finder, Wiki, Twitter 2008 – Hurricane Gustav – Maps, 500 volunteers/48hrs 2009 – CrisisCommons created 2010 – Haiti, Chile, China quakes, Gulf Oil Spill, Pakistan Floods, CrisisCommons Global Congress 2011 – Christ Church, Japan, Alabama, IreneEvolution of VTC’s
    • 5. Volunteer Technical Communities
    • 6. Supporters/Collaborators
    • 7. "Wed had a bunch of events and we raised money but I kept saying, I wish I was back in Haiti.“ "With this, I actually felt like I was a part of something -- and it was fun."CrisisCamps
    • 8. CrisisCamper - 2011
    • 9. • RHoK—a marathon weekend hackathon event of competitive coding, gathering software engineers together to develop software to respond to global challenges and crises.Hackathon - rhok
    • 10. Situational Awareness Resource Management • Geospatial Database • Volunteer Management • Situation Mapping • Project Tracking & Mgmt • Charts & Reporting • Logistics Management • Assessment Collection • Inventory Management • Situation & Incident Reporting • Hospital Management • Bio-surveillance • Food Aid Request Mgmt • Aid Catalogue Aid Management • Organization Registry • Shelter Registry • Request Management Person Management Communications & Alerting • Person Registry • E-mail & SMS • Victim Tracking & Tracing • Mobile Apps (iOS/Android) • Disaster Victim Identification • Alerting System (CAP) • Missing Persons Registry • Alert AggregationSAHANA Software Foundation
    • 11. Crowdsourcing - ?
    • 12. Mobile Applications
    • 13. Crowdsourcing - Haiti
    • 14. Crowdsourcing – Sinsai Japan
    • 15. Senior Leadership
    • 16. Crowdsourcing – Irene
    • 17. Crowdsourcing - #NZEQ
    • 18. Community Driven Resilience
    • 19. Mapping - Haiti
    • 20. Haiti Open Street MapOpen Street Map
    • 21. Virtual Mapping Efforts
    • 22. Open Data
    • 23. Honshu Japan Quakes Flight of the Common Operating Data Bees!Data Bees
    • 24. Japan Open Data Repository
    • 25. "Open standards are important to help create interoperable and affordable solutions for everybody. They also promote competition by setting up a technical playing field that is level to all market players. This means lower costs for enterprises and, ultimately, the consumer." EU Commissioner Erkki Liikanen: (World Standards Day, 14 October 2003) Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) v. 1.2 OASIS Standard, 01 July 2010 Emergency Data Exchange Language Resource Messaging (EDXL-RM) v. 1.0 OASIS Standard incorporating Approved Errata, 22 December 2009 Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Distribution Element, v. 1.0 OASIS Standard EDXL-DE v1.0, 1 May 2006 Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital Availability Exchange (HAVE) v. 1.0 OASIS Standard Incorporating Approved Errata, 22 December 2009Data Standards
    • 26. Person Finder Interchange
    • 27. Virtual Operations Support Team/Group • Capacity • Continuity • Resources • Collaboration • ExpertiseVOST/VOSG
    • 28. • David.Black@utoronto.ca |@db7 • pascal@schuback.com |@schuback CrisisCommons.org QR Code Here ! Images and ideas by: Gavin Treadgold, Chris Foot, Pedro Fuentes, Luis Aguilar, tdavidson, Heather Leson, Brian Chick, Alex DC, pazo, Luc Legay, Andy Carvin, NPR, Heather Blanchard, Patrice Cloutier, Patrick Maier, CrisisMappers, Mark Prutsalis, William Warby, Pascal Schuback, David BlackContact – Thank You