Haiti HOT OSM éducation 15/02/2012 (FR)


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  • HOT = Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team.
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  • Haiti HOT OSM éducation 15/02/2012 (FR)

    1. 1. Mapping education features in HaitiContributions from the experience of the OSM project PAP, Feb 2012
    2. 2. What is openstreetmap?The openstreetmap “one-liner”A web project to create a free and open map ofthe entire world, built entirely from volunteerssurveying with GPS, digitizing aerial imagery, andcollecting and liberating existing public sources ofgeographic data. = +
    3. 3. Facts on remote OSM work in HaitiDay 1 Day 28OSM data in SHP & GPS map extracts (Garmin) available day 1; WFS day 2OSM = roads core data set (OCHA Core Data sets check-list).OSM data used as SHP, WFS, WMS in responders mapping production26 hours to get imagery released and 48 hours to get 1st imagery loaded onthe OSM platform available for tracing
    4. 4. HOT Missions facts Hundreds trainees UN Cluster System - GoH - Civil Society Pap, Jacmel, Leogane & Gonaives Train the trainers schemes involving Haitian mappers Training package Support June 2010: IOM actively using OSM and hiring Haitian trainees Aug 2010: creation of the Communaute OpenStreetMap Haiti (COSMHA) from past trainees working from IOM
    5. 5. HOT support to IOM May/August – April 2011 Mapping Baseline (transportation - street name) Infra-camp features Humanitarian baselines: cholera & disaster risk management (hurricane shelters) Capacity building Creation of a mapping team made of COSMHA mappers Cite Soleil Support to OSM mappers in IOM Train IOM staffs and partners in UN-GoH-Civil Society in Survey and OSM Geographic span 4 mapping teams In Pap, Leogane, Jacmel and Gonaives
    6. 6. OSM ecosystem in Haiti Jan 2012DRR & Baseline mapping with IOMIOM-GIS unit partnership with Coopi/IRD* 20 mappers from COSMHA* International support/ set-up by HOTDRR & baseline mappingPort Au Prince : quake affected metropolitan areasApril 2011 → April/May 2012Mapping the Saint-Marc Development CorridorUSAID/OTI/HRI & COSMHA/HOT1 HOT (volunteership/ internship) & 9 COSMHA to train 30 YouthsTraining & baseline survey/ mappingCreate a COSMHA-SaintMarcJan-April 2012Haitidata.orgAdvisory mission on haitidata and use of OSM in DRR perspectiveData uploadAdvising/ set up role to use OSM to map Haiti within a DRR perspectiveProjects in designEducation, health...
    7. 7. OSM ecosystem in Haiti Jan 2012Soley leveMapping component of a voluntary community lead project in Cite Soleil.TapTapMap.orgVoluntary mapping of public/private transportation lines in Pap and HaitiEducation & trainingHaiti Communitere (HC)Ecole Superieure dInfotronique dHaiti (ESIH)OSM in BusinessMapsGPS mapsApps around Androids/Tablets.
    8. 8. free and open voluntary map of theVoluntary, individual open contributions under world. open contribution. open use.open licence (OdbL), open use
    9. 9. WORKFLOW
    10. 10. Wiki
    11. 11. OSM-Quality Assurance
    12. 12. Tasking server
    13. 13. Tasking server
    14. 14. Tasking server - JOSM
    15. 15. Tasking server – walking paper
    16. 16. Direct measurements: 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. http://walking-papers.org
    17. 17. Preparing Survey
    18. 18. Support materialsHOT Hardware kit, / OSM Kit / Guides
    19. 19. Direct measurements: Questionnaires.Based on OSM Humanitarian Data Model (HDM)
    20. 20. Map FeaturesSemantic interoperability
    21. 21. Humanitarian Data ModelSemantic interoperability
    22. 22. Surveying
    23. 23. Editing the OSM database with JOSM
    24. 24. JOSM
    25. 25. JOSM - history
    26. 26. Mapper
    27. 27. JOSM - validation
    28. 28. OSM Inspector - Validation
    29. 29. KeepRight - Validation
    30. 30. TagInfo - Tag Validation
    31. 31. TagInfo - Tag Validation
    32. 32. TagWatch - Tag Validation
    33. 33. DocumentationWikiGuidesTutorialsDevelopmentsImportsMapping projects…
    34. 34. UsesOSM Education data as customized WMS (ITO)
    35. 35. UsesOSM data WMS and OSM extracts and shapefile (GeoFabrik
    36. 36. Garmin GPS maps
    37. 37. City plans - MapOSMatic
    38. 38. Routing service
    39. 39. 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 .
    40. 40. http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Humanitarian_OSM_Teamhttp://hot.openstreetmap.org/weblog/hot@openstreetmap.orgTalk-ht@openstreetmap.orgnicolas.chavent@hotosm.orghotosm@gmail.com