Helping Peoplein Need withOSM:The HumanitarianOpenStreetMap TeamState of the Map US9 June 2013
The HumanitarianOpenStreetMap Team... is a non-profit organization dedicated to supportinghumanitarian work with open data...
OSM and Humanitarian EffortsCrisis responseHumanitarian risk reductionTechnical capacity building... all using OpenStreetM...
PrinciplesDevelop, utilize, and rely on open dataProvide services to humanitarian respondersRespect local knowledge and cu...
ActivitiesField projectsRemote mappingSoftware developmentCommunity organizing
Field ProjectsCompleted and ongoingAusAID (Indonesia)USAID (Haiti)Eurosha (Kenya, Chad, CAR, Burundi)Early phaseOrganizati...
Other PartnershipsAmerican Red Cross trainingPeace Corps volunteer involvement with OSMImagery to the Crowd (State Dept. H...
Recent Crisis ResponseActivationsMali (conflict)Syria (conflict)Central African Republic (conflict)Congo (disease outbreak...
Technical projectsTasking managerHOT export toolExport tag chooserCustom JOSM map stylingMapmill
Working groupsActivationTechnicalSecurityStrategicMembership
ChallengesProjects and activationsResponse vs. preparedness vs. developmentOrganizational funding and capacity
ConclusionHOT is a thingHOT worksHOT needs your help
Thank you!and especially thank you to all the HOTties out there!lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/hothotosm.org
Helping People in Need with OSM: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Helping People in Need with OSM: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Helping People in Need with OSM: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Helping People in Need with OSM: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
Helping People in Need with OSM: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
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A high-level overview of the activities of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team. Delivered by Schuyler Erle and Mikel Maron at the State of the Map US in San Francisco on 9 June 2013.

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Helping People in Need with OSM: The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team

  1. 1. Helping Peoplein Need withOSM:The HumanitarianOpenStreetMap TeamState of the Map US9 June 2013
  2. 2. The HumanitarianOpenStreetMap Team... is a non-profit organization dedicated to supportinghumanitarian work with open data and software.
  3. 3. OSM and Humanitarian EffortsCrisis responseHumanitarian risk reductionTechnical capacity building... all using OpenStreetMap!
  4. 4. PrinciplesDevelop, utilize, and rely on open dataProvide services to humanitarian respondersRespect local knowledge and cultureWork quickly and efficientlyBe open to collaboration and partnerships
  5. 5. ActivitiesField projectsRemote mappingSoftware developmentCommunity organizing
  6. 6. Field ProjectsCompleted and ongoingAusAID (Indonesia)USAID (Haiti)Eurosha (Kenya, Chad, CAR, Burundi)Early phaseOrganization internationale de la Francophonie(Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Chad)OpenCities (Sri Lanka, Bangladesh)
  7. 7. Other PartnershipsAmerican Red Cross trainingPeace Corps volunteer involvement with OSMImagery to the Crowd (State Dept. HIU)Mapmill (FEMA & Civil Air Patrol)
  8. 8. Recent Crisis ResponseActivationsMali (conflict)Syria (conflict)Central African Republic (conflict)Congo (disease outbreak)Afghanistan
  9. 9. Technical projectsTasking managerHOT export toolExport tag chooserCustom JOSM map stylingMapmill
  10. 10. Working groupsActivationTechnicalSecurityStrategicMembership
  11. 11. ChallengesProjects and activationsResponse vs. preparedness vs. developmentOrganizational funding and capacity
  12. 12. ConclusionHOT is a thingHOT worksHOT needs your help
  13. 13. Thank you!and especially thank you to all the HOTties out there!lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/hothotosm.org
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