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Eurosha kenya pres_osm_en_20121031

  1. 1. EUROSHA Project in KENYA Managing humanitarian information through avoluntary, open-source and open data approach with the Sahana and OpenStreetMap projects
  2. 2. The EUROSHA projectEUROSHA = European Open-Source Humanitarian AidVolunteersFunded by ECHO and implemented by a consortium of 9European NGOs.Participates to the European Commission’s general aim tocreate a European Volunteer aid corpsAims specifically at training and creating geographicinformation (3W-Who, What, Where & baseline data)thorough the open-source tools and open data approach ofthe Sahana and OpenStreetMap projects
  3. 3. The EUROSHA project- Training 26 European and African volunteers to the Sahana andOpenStreetMap information management tools and techniques- Deploying these volunteers during 6 months in 4 Africancountries (Chad, CAR, Burundi and Kenya). Hosted by a partnerorganization, the volunteers lead these activities: 1. Collection and edition of geographical information useful for crisis preparedness 2. Capacity building by providing training to organizations and communities interested by the approach 3. Promotion and outreachFor the benefit of the hosting partner organization as well as thewhole humanitarian system (including the local authorities) and thelocal communities
  4. 4. The EUROSHA project in Kenya6 volunteers (4 Europeam and 2 Kenyan)Hosted by PIPA (People in Peril), operational referent for theproject, in MoloAdministrative support of the volunteers by France VolontairesInternational (FVI)Technical support (on field and remote) by the HumanitarianOpenStreetMap Team (HOT) for the creation of baseline data alaOSM and scaling up a local OSM communityRemote technical support by the Sahana Foundation for the 3Wdata.
  5. 5. Projet EUROSHA Tchad – plan dactivitesPhase 1 piloteAire geographique : Gore et Sud TchadCalendrier 3 moisThematiques : education et camp mapping (carte de base) et 3W / projetsActivites : collecte de donnees et formationApproche ouverte `a dautres thematiques et besoins d acteurs humanitaires surles aspects collecte et formation.Restitution a mi projetGoreNdjamenaPhase 2Approfondissement Gore et Sud TchadRe-deploiement au Tchad selon opportunites dans dautres zones de projet ACRAet/ou partenaires.
  6. 6. Coordination
  7. 7. Coordination
  8. 8. Coordination
  9. 9. OpenStreetMapA web project to create a free and open map of theentire world, built entirely from volunteers surveyingwith GPS, digitizing aerial imagery, collecting andliberating existing public sources of geographic data. = +
  10. 10. History and Stats 2004 Start of OSM 2012 OSM status Users 825,278 Uploaded GPS points 112,101,094 Nodes 1,594,576,286 Ways 151,330,005 Relations 1575387 http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/History_of_OpenStreetMap
  11. 11. Why do we need a free world map?
  12. 12. Community life in real world - Mapping parties
  13. 13. Community life on inernet: Wiki, mailing list,forum
  14. 14. GovernanceThe ecosystem of the OSM communityCitizensAssociationsLocal governmentsNGOsInternational Organizations (UN, WB)AcademiaPrivate actors:• Google, Microsoft, Foursquare• AND• Cloudmade, Geofabrik, Camptocamp & DevelopmentSeedsThe growth of the OSM project is fostered by•OpenStreetMap Foundation & local Chapters (France, Spain )•Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Hum/Dev contexts
  15. 15. Open Database License (OdbL)Open free and voluntary contributionvolontaire
  16. 16. Data Primitives in OSM Node : basic element Latitude & longitude Used for POIs Way : ordered interconnection of nodes Used for linear features Closed Way : first and last nodes of the way identical Used for areas Relation : group of any primitives with associated roles Used for relationships between objects and abstract objects
  17. 17. Tags/attributesIf the tagging system is fully flexible, allowing anyone to create new keys/values, it is stronglyrecommended to use the already existing, debated, approved and described tags so that theOSM data remains consolidated as much as possible.The OSM tags can be found on the wiki : http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Map_Features
  18. 18. Importing databases (Public domain) Haiti: Base map layers (MINUSTAH/ CNIGS), Health Facility (WHO), Haiti damage assessment: ITHACA & UNOSAT vectors…
  19. 19. Tracing over imageryFree, Purchased,Negotiated
  20. 20. Survey
  21. 21. Web Maps: 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.
  22. 22. Web Maps: ito maps
  23. 23. Web Maps: MapOSMatics
  24. 24. Web Maps: OpenRouteService.org
  25. 25. OSM Garmin maps
  26. 26. OSM and Android maps & appsOsmAND- Routing- Pedestrian- Edits/Bugs- Edits/Bugs & transportsOsmTracker- Routing- Pedestrian- Edits/Bugs- Edits/Bugs & transports
  27. 27. Data: OSM extracts and shapefiles
  28. 28. UsagesPoints de téléchargement de données du HOThttp://hot-export.geofabrik.de/
  29. 29. Documentation: LearnOSM.org
  30. 30. Quality: Muki Aklay (UCL) positional accuracy comparisonsUnited Kingdom: OSM - Ordnance Survey Meridian II databaseHaiti: OSM - GoogleMapMaker – MINUSTAH/CNIGS The analysis shows that, where OSM was collected by several users and benefited from some quality assurance, the quality of the data is comparable and can be fit for many applications. The positional accuracy is about 6 metres, which is expected for the data collection methods that are used in OSM. The comparison of motorways shows about 80% overlap between OSM and OS .
  31. 31. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
  32. 32. Responders
  33. 33. OSM and Crisis Response in Haiti Port-au-Prince Before 28 Days Laterhttp://vimeo.com/9182869
  34. 34. High level imagery timely released under an “attribution only” license Google//GeoEye DigitalGlobe World Bank (ImageCAT GFDRR), SpotImage CIARaw imagery processed into tiles to be made available in OSM editors (potlatch,merkator & josm)Hundreds traced 24/7 over base map features, humanitarian features (camps) & alsodamagesIncentive for sharing restricted vector data setsFoster quality of field collection activities
  35. 35. Coordination- Advise using OSM- Plan training/ surveys
  36. 36. Support materialsHOT Hardware kit, / OSM Kit / Guides/ Training
  37. 37. Documentation: Mapping Workflow
  38. 38. Documentation: LearnOSM.org
  39. 39. Support materials Data models (tags/attributes)Les données attributaires OSM sont stockées sous forme d’une paire associant une clé(key) à des valeurs (values).Le système de tagging est complètement flexible, permettant de créer des clés et denouvelles valeurs ad hoc selon les besoins.Il est néanmoins recommandé de s’appuyer quand c’est possible sur les tags déjàexistants pour assurer une compatibilité de la donnée OSM.Le détail du système de tags OSM (clés/ valeurs) est accessible sur le wiki à cetteadresse : http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Map_Features
  40. 40. Support materialsPaper forms
  41. 41. Support materialsData entry electronic form (Presets)
  42. 42. Training
  43. 43. Surveying
  44. 44. Editing with JOSM
  45. 45. Training/ Surveys and Community BuildingHaiti - Gonaives
  46. 46. Communaute OpenStreetMap Haiti(COSMHA)
  47. 47. HOT/COSMHA & International Organization ofMigration (IOM) WMS: http://haiti.dbsgeo.com/wms/
  48. 48. Baseline Data
  49. 49. Camp Mapping
  50. 50. HOT/COSMHA-IOM : Hurricane shelterand exposure mapping
  51. 51. HOT/COSMHA-USAID: Baseline mappingand capacity building in Saint Marc
  52. 52. HOT/Haiti Communitere: capacitybuilding in Port-au-Prince
  53. 53. Supporting voluntary projects:Tap Tap Map
  54. 54. Soley Leve
  55. 55. https://github.com/AIFDR/inasafe
  56. 56. How to get data?
  57. 57. Remote activationSenegal Floods 2012
  58. 58. Remote mapping with imagey & Walking PaperWalikale (IFRC), Gulu and Lira (US Red Cross)
  59. 59. Importing of Data and Tracing of Satellite Imagery for Somalia
  60. 60. Tools development
  61. 61. https://github.com/geofabrik/sds-server
  62. 62. Tools development
  63. 63. Documentation: LearnOSM.org
  64. 64. IMAGERY OUTREACH :UNOSAT/UNOOSA/OCHA, GMES,CHARTER, US State Department,Astrium,
  65. 65. Coordination
  66. 66. Samoa Simulation
  67. 67. Sahana• Non-profit organization – supported by global community of volunteers• Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for humanitarian purposes• Mission is saving lifes through developing free and open source software that enables organizations and communities to better prepare for and respond to disasters• Supports the humanitarian geo-spatial data model used by OSM which allows Sahana to import and export POIs with OSM
  68. 68. Sahana first deployed toIndian Ocean Tsunami in 2004
  69. 69. Since the Haiti Earthquake• Eden software was first deployed for disaster responses purposes following the 2010 Haiti earthquake for public use and also to support a the food distribution programs of the UN World Food Programme.• Since the Haiti earthquake, Eden has been used for the following disasters by individuals, organizations and governments: – Wildfires in Chile – 2012 – Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan – 2011 – Flooding in Colombia – 2011 – Flooding in Venezuela – 2010 – Flooding in Pakistan – 2010 – Hurricane in Veracruz, Mexico – 2010• The following organizations also adopted Eden: – Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC) for its Disaster Risk Reduction Projects Portal, – IFRC Asia Pacific Disaster Management Unit, – Sahana Taiwan (Academia Sinica) – Supports Healthscapes at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
  70. 70. Sahana in the EUROSHA project• Improving Point Of Interest (POI) data – Organizations, projects, assets, and locations important for disaster management• OCHA 3W (Who does, What, Where)• Health Facility Registry
  71. 71. Serves as a database oforganizations and facilities
  72. 72. Organization details
  73. 73. Export of the database
  74. 74. Localisation of organizations and facilities supported by OSM
  75. 75. Contacts eurosha.kenya@gmail.com katerina.rashkova@peopleinperil.sk severin.menard@hotosm.org mark.prutsalis@sahanafundation.org licius@france-volontaires.org

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