State of OpenStreetMap
Indonesia
Yantisa Akhadi
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team Indonesia
yantisa.akhadi@hotosm.org
The problems
Beginning of hot in indonesia
Start with the question:
can OpenStreetMap be used to map
exposure in Indonesia?
2011-2012
2011-2012 in number
• 163,912 buildings were mapped during
the pilot study (June 2011 to March 2012)
• Hosting of 6 traini...
2012 2013
2012-2013 in number
• 27 Trainings with BPBD, ACCESS and other
interest
• Basic OSM trainings with 5 different partners,
t...
What next?
2014
•
•
•
•
•

University Roadshow & Training
Train Disaster Manager on InaSAFE
Filming InaSAFE & OSM
Editathon
Mobile ap...
Lesson learned
What we have learned
• Involve Disaster Manager and train
potential staff
• Involve local parties for better engagement
• ...
can OpenStreetMap be used to map
exposure in Indonesia?
Yes, and even more than that!
Keep in touch!
http://openstreetmap.or.id
https://www.facebook.com/groups/osm.id/
https://twitter.com/OSM_ID
yantisa.akhad...
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia
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State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia

  1. 1. State of OpenStreetMap Indonesia Yantisa Akhadi Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team Indonesia yantisa.akhadi@hotosm.org
  2. 2. The problems
  3. 3. Beginning of hot in indonesia
  4. 4. Start with the question: can OpenStreetMap be used to map exposure in Indonesia?
  5. 5. 2011-2012
  6. 6. 2011-2012 in number • 163,912 buildings were mapped during the pilot study (June 2011 to March 2012) • Hosting of 6 training workshops with 5 different universities within Indonesia • 115 Twitter followers, 150 Facebook members, ±300 unique visitors/month, 97 mailing list subscribers
  7. 7. 2012 2013
  8. 8. 2012-2013 in number • 27 Trainings with BPBD, ACCESS and other interest • Basic OSM trainings with 5 different partners, trained more than 60 participants • Start on QGIS 2.0 and InaSAFE 2.0 translation • 281 Twitter followers, 1000+ Facebook members, ±3000 unique visitors/month
  9. 9. What next?
  10. 10. 2014 • • • • • University Roadshow & Training Train Disaster Manager on InaSAFE Filming InaSAFE & OSM Editathon Mobile application for data collection
  11. 11. Lesson learned
  12. 12. What we have learned • Involve Disaster Manager and train potential staff • Involve local parties for better engagement • Socialize, socialize, socialize • Engage multiple social media channel to maintain interest
  13. 13. can OpenStreetMap be used to map exposure in Indonesia? Yes, and even more than that!
  14. 14. Keep in touch! http://openstreetmap.or.id https://www.facebook.com/groups/osm.id/ https://twitter.com/OSM_ID yantisa.akhadi@hotosm.org

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