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Presentation Doctoral Research Project - UNITO
Tutor Prof. Marco Giardino

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  1. 1. The World occurs because it is communicated Umberto Galimberti GEODATA ALL 4Collaborative Management of Geological Data for risk prevention and civil protection Doctoral Research Project - XXVII° UNITO Dipartimento Scienze della Terra Elena Rapisardi
  2. 2. About me 2005 -2009 : Civil Protection web projects 2009 : Volunteering during the Abruzzo and communications Earthquake Emergency - tested web 2.0 tools 2009 : Presenting my thoughts and ideas 2011 : First Web 2.0 Civil Protection Project - at Web 2.0 Expo in New York Centro Intercom. Val di Cecina (Pisa-Livorno)
  3. 3. How to cope with disasters?Aulla, 28/10/2011 | photo elena rapisardi
  4. 4. Resilience
  5. 5. Preparedness
  6. 6. Collaboration
  7. 7. What ischanging?
  8. 8. Hyogo Framework for ActionGlobal Platform for DisasterReductionGlobal Risk Forum, DAVOSCitizens as Sensors[Goodchild]“Disaster Relief 2.0”, UNFoundation, VodaphoneFoundation, HarvardHumanitarian Initiative,OCHAOnegeologyInternational Conference onEarly Warning Natural hazards in the web age
  9. 9. The Web 2.0 WorldThe wealth of networks:how social productiontransforms markets andfreedom. Yochai Benkler The post-Gutemberg revolution is «The end of institutionalised mediation models». Richard Stacy
  10. 10. Web 2.0 Key Words#share#collaborate#communicate#cooperate#support#include - e.g. #diversity
  11. 11. The Story Telling 10/25/2011 | citizen perspective Tweet @ 15:00  Taken on @ 15:19 
  12. 12. Sito Protezione Civile Regione Liguria
  13. 13. Twitter Stream 11/06/2011Citizens
  14. 14. Crowdmaps 11/06/2011Citizens
  15. 15. Actions | CrowdsourcingScientific Community | Media | Citizens
  16. 16. Actions | CrowdsourcingScientific Community | Relief Bodies LAT & LONG Automatically from Mobile GPS Device Shared Photo Map Automatically from Mobile GPS Device
  17. 17. Actions | Crisis mappingRelief Bodies | COC MulazzoManual Mapping [Maps set up by Antonio Campus COI Bassa Val di Cecina]
  18. 18. ?QuestionsDid the alert and warning systems worked well?Was Local Civil Protection responsive?Did the population cope with the event?To what extent web 2.0 tools and approaches couldhave been helpful to inform the population and toincrease situational awareness of the rescue teams?
  19. 19. 3D Visual representation of world earthquakes Perspectives
  20. 20. SWOT: Web 2.0 and Risks Strength Weakness «Web Divide» Local Social TiesOpportunities Common Approach Global Social Networks Risk Awareness Demand Technology Innovation Low Scientific Litteracy Volunteers Commitment Low Budget Web 2.0 Community Free web 2.0 platforms Institutionalized data model Low Web litteracy Citizens driven data model Past DependenciesThreads Crowdsourcing Low Collaboration Reliability & Validation Resistance to change Scientific Knowledge Demand Low Budget Scientific and Experts élites Lack of Continuance
  21. 21. The Challenge: Citizens as Sensors PeopleUsersCitizensVolunteers..... «emotional» participation proactive collaboration
  22. 22. The change is on going.... 2011 Fukushima: twitter feed map
  23. 23. Geosphere and Social Fluxes Institutions Volunteers Media Citizens
  24. 24. The Doctoral Project 24
  25. 25. Geosciences are the building blocks1. to increase environmental knowledge2. to foster sustainable development3. to build a more resilient society4. to reduce the impact of natural disaster5. to better manage preparadness and emergency
  26. 26. Geosciences Information Stream scientific community web 2.0 = enablercontinuum experts institutional bodies media plain language citizens
  27. 27. Project StepsGeo-Interface 1 acquire geosciences competences and skills to better understand geosciences content; 1st year review of similar project and solutions 2Web litteracy share my knowledge and experience on web 2.0 with the university research group 3 2nd yearGeoMap set-up web/mobile applications to build a geo-collaborative map (multi actors) 4Practice testing to share, collaborate and exchange information, knowledge, data 3rd year 5Promoting promote to a wider audience (national and International) the project and the approach
  28. 28. Geodata4all | the project goal SHARED MAP & DATA IN REAL TIME SEND ALERTS AND COMMUNICATIONSCITIZENS AS SENSORS SHARED DEFINITIONSgeolocated alerts and reports from AND ANALYSISthe population; citizens, public SHARED GEO DATA SETadministrators, emergency managerscan better monitor and shareinformation on the overall situation
  29. 29. Inspirations
  30. 30. UNITO Department of Earth Scienceselena rapisardi @erapisardi