Open Geographic Data
 Haiti, Afghanistan and...

                Kate Chapman
          FortiusOne/GeoCommons
Humanitarian...
Wikipedia for Maps
OpenStreetMap.org
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap
           Team

Goal is: to apply the principles and activities of open
source and open data s...
Geographic Data Sharing/
     Visualization
  GeoCommons.com
Haiti




        CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap
Courtesy of John Crowley STAR-TIDES
What next?
Training
Classes
Instruction         Materials
  -English          -English
  -French           -French
  -Creole
Most Any GPS Will Work

   H.O.T. purchases
  Garmin eTrex with
   MicroSD Cards
Imagery
Walking Papers


                 Printable Map
                 Collect Data by Writing
                 Scan and Upload
...
HOT Package


Training Materials
    Software
  Survey Forms
Presets for Editing

http://bit.ly/hotpack
Humanitarian Data Model

 Intended to Map to Already Existing Data Models
Translated into JOSM Presets and PostGIS Imports...
“A group called the OpenStreetMap team also is
riding motorbikes through the streets of Haiti,
carrying GPS equipment to m...
Schools
Survey
Hurricane Shelters



                     photo courtesy Trevor Ellermann
Jalalabad, Afghanistan




Photo Courtesy Todd Huffman
Kabul in Google Maps
Kabul in OpenStreetMap




CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap & Contributors
Roads Imported
Road Import
Local Knowledgebases
Kate Chapman
@wonderchook
kate@fortiusone.com
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Presentation given during the TechatState Civil Society 2.0 Disaster Risk Management Panel on November 4th

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    1. 1. Open Geographic Data Haiti, Afghanistan and... Kate Chapman FortiusOne/GeoCommons Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (AKA H.O.T.)
    2. 2. Wikipedia for Maps OpenStreetMap.org
    3. 3. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team Goal is: to apply the principles and activities of open source and open data sharing towards humanitarian response and economic development.
    4. 4. Geographic Data Sharing/ Visualization GeoCommons.com
    5. 5. Haiti CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap
    6. 6. Courtesy of John Crowley STAR-TIDES
    7. 7. What next?
    8. 8. Training
    9. 9. Classes Instruction Materials -English -English -French -French -Creole
    10. 10. Most Any GPS Will Work H.O.T. purchases Garmin eTrex with MicroSD Cards
    11. 11. Imagery
    12. 12. Walking Papers Printable Map Collect Data by Writing Scan and Upload Edit for OpenStreetMap http://www.walking-papers.org/
    13. 13. HOT Package Training Materials Software Survey Forms Presets for Editing http://bit.ly/hotpack
    14. 14. Humanitarian Data Model Intended to Map to Already Existing Data Models Translated into JOSM Presets and PostGIS Imports http://bit.ly/hothdm
    15. 15. “A group called the OpenStreetMap team also is riding motorbikes through the streets of Haiti, carrying GPS equipment to map schools and clinics properly so aide workers and locals know where to get treatment,” -CNN http://bit.ly/hotcnn
    16. 16. Schools Survey
    17. 17. Hurricane Shelters photo courtesy Trevor Ellermann
    18. 18. Jalalabad, Afghanistan Photo Courtesy Todd Huffman
    19. 19. Kabul in Google Maps
    20. 20. Kabul in OpenStreetMap CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap & Contributors
    21. 21. Roads Imported
    22. 22. Road Import
    23. 23. Local Knowledgebases
    24. 24. Kate Chapman @wonderchook kate@fortiusone.com
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