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Maldives SAMBRO CAP on a Map project kickoff workshop: http://sahanafoundation.org/cap-on-a-map-kickoff-maldives/

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02 sahana overview

  1. 1. Sahana Opens Source Ecosystem for supplying Disaster Management IT Systems Nuwan Waidyanatha Director - Sahana Software Foundation nuwan[AT]sahanafoundation[DOT]org http://www.lirneasia.net/profiles/nuwan-waidyanatha Mobile: +94773710394 (Int'l Roaming) +8613888446352 (cn) CAP on a Map Kickoff Workshop – Improving Institutional Responsiveness to Coastal Hazards through Multi Agency Situational Awareness 2015 April 15 Nasandura Palace Hote, Male, Maldives
  2. 2. Outline ❑ Doctrine ❑ History ❑ Foundation ❑ Software ❑ Users ❑ Solutions ❑ Sahana COE @ AIT ❑ Contact Us
  3. 3. CAP on a Map Maldives Kickoff Workshop http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/Event/2015/CAP_MV_NDMC Workshop information:
  4. 4. If you were to manage it manually ❑ Channels N(N-1)/2 = O(N2) ❑ Information Lost in relay and propagation ❑ Redundant Data Collection ❑ Inconsistent Terminology ❑ Manual Collation / Calculation ❑ Delayed Situational-Awareness N=5 N=8 N=16
  5. 5. Can IT help? ❑ Scalable management of information  No stacks of forms and files to manage ❑ Efficient distribution of information  Accessibility of information on demand ❑ Automatic collation and calculation  No delay for assessments and calculations ❑ Live Situation Awareness  Reports are updated live as data goes in IT Improves Manageability = TotalTime/∑ Weighti∗Timei∗Stepsi 
  6. 6. How Sahana got started Immediate Requirement Immediate Requirement Sri Lankan IT Community Sri Lankan IT Community Sahana Software Sahana Software Lanka Software Foundation Lanka Linux User Group IT Industry Academia
  7. 7. Deployments aiding major catestrophies 2006 2013 2012 2011 2010 20092008 2007 2005 Tsunami, Sri Lanka Kashmir Earthquake, Pakistan Landslide, Philippines Yogjakarta Earthquake, Indonesia Cyclone Sidr, Bangladesh Ica Earthquake, Peru Bihar Floods, India Cyclone Nargis, Myanmar Sichuan Earthquake, China Earthquake, Haiti Earthquake, Chile Floods, Pakistan Hurricane in Veracruz, Mexico Floods, Venezuela Floods in Colombia Christchurch Earthquake, New Zealand Earthquake & Tsunami in Japan Tornado in Joplin, Missouri Typhoon Yolanda/ Haiyan Philippines Wildfire, Chile Hurricane Sandy, USA Floods, Sri Lanka
  8. 8. Sahana Software Foundation: Community of Practice Sahana Community Free & Open Source Software Community Emergency Management Community Academic & Research Community Humanitarian Community (NGOs / Gov) SahanaCamps – technical training sessions for anyone wanting learn how to use and develop with Sahana Implementation training – specialized focused training for organizations adopting Sahana for specific disaster management activities  Sahana Software Foundation (501c3)  Google  Google Summer of Code  Google Code-In  Documentation:  Wiki  Book  Mailing List  IRC  Commercial Companies
  9. 9. Sahana Center of Excellence at AIT Geoinformatics  Sahana CEO @ AIT is a program being developed with the Geoinformatics Center (GIC) of AIT  December 2013 held the first 2 day work SahanaCamp at GIC (support of JAXA/AIT): http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/Event /2013/AIT  Building a program and services to sustain SAHANA deployments. Starting with Maldives and the Philippines (support of UNESCAP  Continue offering, primarily Asia and the Pacific with preparedness and response solutions/services for building resilient communities
  10. 10. Full Scope of Multi Agency Situational Awareness functions ALERTING (CAP) REPORTING (SITREP) scope architecture keep it Simple
  11. 11. Deployment Options Host locally in the command center on a Laptop Host in the Cloud Synchronize these 2 together...
  12. 12. Social Media Integration
  13. 13. Avid users Red Cross UN World Food Programme Asia Disaster Preparedness Center Philippines Government: DSWD Nepal Government: DHM Timor-Leste Government: NDMD City of Los Angeles India, Japan, Taiwan, Portugal
  14. 14. IFRC Resource Management System “The RMS isn’t just a piece of software. For the first time in the history of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, RMS enables National Societies to view and analyze hazards and vulnerabilities together with their material and human resources like volunteers, staff, offices and warehouses on a digital up to date map to examine how well its people and resources are positioned.” - John Gwynn, Head of Organisational Development IFRC Asia Pacific zone
  15. 15. Community Resilience Mapping Tool  CRMT provides coalition members with the opportunity to create maps of their neighborhoods that can be overlaid  Help make communities better prepared with good information about their situation  System brings together  2010 Census Data,  2011 American Community Survey data,  USGS and California Geological Survey Hazards data,  FEMA flood zone data,  70,000 points of interest within LA County: schools, churches, health facilities, government offices, municipal services, social services agencies, arts and recreation facilities
  16. 16. Disaster Risk Reduction Portal  An initiative of the UNISDR Asia Partnership on Disaster Reduction (IAP)  Funding support from the Asian Development Bank (ADP)  Executed by the Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)  http://www.drrprojects.net/  Features  Project list – a searchable list including links to lead organizations and donors of the projects; projects can be entered by any user  Customizable graphs and matrix reports – helping to visualize trends; graphs can be downloaded as images  Interactive map showing DRR projects by country – risk layers such as tsunami risk can be shown on the map  List of downloadable DRR frameworks, strategies and roadmaps  ‘My Page’ where logged in users can save searches, graphs and maps, and subscribe to email updates
  17. 17. Climate Data Portal  Consolidate and standardize old data  Build an asset of climate data  Apply climate models (built using 'R')  Share data with other analysts  Project advocated and managed by ADPC
  18. 18. Perspective of Timor Leste Deployment
  19. 19. Thank You Nuwan Waidyanatha Nuwan [AT] sahanafoundation [DOT] org www.sahanafoundation.org

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