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OpenStreetMap For Aid Information


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Talk about OpenStreetMap at Aid Information Challenge 2010

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OpenStreetMap For Aid Information

  1. 1. For Aid Information Harry Wood
  2. 2. Worldwide project Open Data. Volunteers. Not-for-profit foundation
  3. 3. Editable map <ul><li>Wiki-style mass collaboration
  4. 4. Large numbers of people. Small contributions
  5. 5. Vector editors </li></ul>
  6. 6. Haiti Yahoo! imagery sketching
  7. 7. Haiti GeoEye post-quake imagery within 24 hours
  8. 8. Haiti Good detailed map within 48 hours
  9. 9. Haiti Garmin downloads (converted raw data) Search & Rescue teams “ Please be assured that we are using your data - I just wish we knew about this earlier.”
  10. 10. Haiti Ushahidi Using OSM in a mashup
  11. 11. Kibera, Nairobi <ul><li>Largest slum in Africa
  12. 12. Mapping water supply and medical facilities </li></ul>Photo CCBY2: St. Aloysius Gonzaga High School Journalism Club
  13. 13. Kibera, Nairobi <ul><li>Training local people to contribute
  14. 14. Take ownership of their map </li></ul>
  15. 15. <ul><li>Need development
  16. 16. Need hack day venue
  17. 17. Need slick promotion
  18. 18. Need money (foundation donations) </li><ul><li>Pizza
  19. 19. Servers
  20. 20. Hire people? </li></ul></ul>Harry Wood
  21. 21. Harry Wood got involved in OpenStreetMap four years ago, as a mapper, wiki gardener, and developer. He is an active member of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap team (HOT) as well as chief organiser of mapping and hacking events in London, doing these promotional things as a volunteer, while working developing geo-technologies for Homepage and blog: These slides are (of course) freely re-usable under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 License Map images are CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap. More details Kibera Photo CCBY2.0: St. Aloysius Gonzaga High School Journalism Club