Voluntary Geographic Information And Its Value For Disaster Management

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  • A socialnetworkonlymakessensenwhenthere are activeparticipants.
  • http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19200-twitter-mood-maps-reveal-emotional-states-of-america.html
  • Iamhere and having lunch.
  • Memoirs of Extrodinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds by Charles Mackey (Tulipomania)
  • http://www.slideshare.net/jjavanluik/dactique-implementeren-van-onderwijstechnologieproudlyonloanfrom.... SA Crossing the Chasm, Moore.
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  • I likethis model as a basic model of anyinformation system.
  • http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/extensions/openstreetmap/index.html
  • Voluntary Geographic Information And Its Value For Disaster Management

    1. 1. Voluntary Geographic Information and its value for disaster managementU of Amsterdam, SarphatiGuest LectureMay 14th, 2012
    2. 2. ManageCapture Analyse In context Integrate Publish
    3. 3. VGI research challenges• What motivates a volunteer?• What social factors predict participation?• If empowered, what whould she choose to map?• …• Limits, quality, mechanisms, protocol Twenty years of progress: GISscience in 2010, M.F. Goodchild, Journal of Spatial Information Science, 2010
    4. 4. The poreus firm New market
    5. 5. I AM HERE(O N A V O L U N T A R Y B A S I S)VGI level 1
    6. 6. I AM HERE D O I N G W H A T?VGI level 2
    7. 7. I AM HERE D O I N G W H A T? SO WHAT?VGI level 3
    8. 8. THE MORE CONTEXT IN LOCATIONTHE HIGHER THE VALUE
    9. 9. MOTIVES? EASY/FUN REPUTATIONB E A N (ACTIVE) C I T I Z E N ....
    10. 10. Voluntary Geographic Information and its value for disaster managementITC / TU Twente, EnschedeGuest LectureMay 14th, 2012
    11. 11. Value• What is the value of water?• At what level?• Realtime or historic?• How good is the source?
    12. 12. VGI means more people,more data,big datafor small mapsBut is the data always right?
    13. 13. The crowd is always right?(Tulipomania)
    14. 14. The crowd is alway right?• Memoirs of Extrodinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds By Charles Mackey (Tulipomania)• Would the Beatles have made it at Xfactor?
    15. 15. The chasm uitdrukken!
    16. 16. House on Fire Me?Definitely Positive No Way
    17. 17. House on Fire Police officer Off DutyDefinitely Positive No Way
    18. 18. We rationalise in hindsight (Taleb)
    19. 19. How to leverage crowdsourcing? Let more data in and understand how to filter and build robust systems
    20. 20. ManageCapture Analyse Build with the crowd Integrate Publish
    21. 21. ManagePreparedness Mitigation Recovery Response
    22. 22. ManageCapture Analyse Publish to the crowd Integrate Publish
    23. 23. OpenStreetMap editor
    24. 24. The more dataavailable, the moreimportant the filter is “The crowd” is simply “wrong” Not sure if our brain allows us to do anything voluntary

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