OpenStreetMap for Resilience, Response and Recovery

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OpenStreetMap for Resilience, Response and Recovery presentation given at the World Bank in Manila as part of a workshop entitled: Participatory Mapping with OpenStreetMap for Disaster Resilience , and Community based Recovery and Reconstruction Planning

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OpenStreetMap for Resilience, Response and Recovery

  1. 1. OpenStreetMap  for   Resilience,  Response  and   Recovery   Kate  Chapman/@wonderchook   Humanitarian  OpenStreetMap  Team  
  2. 2. OpenStreetMap     “The  Wikipedia  of  Maps”   OpenStreetMap.org  
  3. 3. Most  maps  that  you  think  of  as  free  have   legal  or  technical  restricFons.  
  4. 4. The  “open”  in  OpenStreetMap   means  the  data  is  free  for  anyone   to  use,  remix  and  redistribute    
  5. 5. In  exchange  you  must   credit  OpenStreetMap   and  share  improvements   back  for  everyone  
  6. 6. Humanitarian  OpenStreetMap  Team   We  use  the  principles  of  open  source  and   open  geographic  data  for  humanitarian   response  and  economic  development  
  7. 7. OpenStreetMap  and  Contributors  CC-­‐BY-­‐SA  
  8. 8. West  Nusa  Tenggara  
  9. 9. The  Idea   Map  every  building  and  infrastructure   once,  then  everyone  can  use  the  data  for   their  own  purposes.  (Poverty  Mapping,   Tourism,  Urban  Planning,  Disaster   Planning)  
  10. 10. What  Happened?     Provincial  Government,  Local  NGOs,   UniversiFes,  Private  Companies  signed   agreement  to  support  mapping  to  make   West  Nusa  Tenggara  the  best  mapped   province  in  Indonesia   Map  Once,  Everyone  Benefits  
  11. 11. Mapping  Jakarta  Plan   •  267  Urban  Village  (Kelurahans)   •  Invite  the  head  of  each  urban  village  and   another  person  to  come  map  infrastructure   •  70  University  students  to  help  input  the  data   •  Return  a  printed  map  back  to  each  village  
  12. 12.  River  Length  :     +  343,  6  km     Across  5  Districts  :   Ngawi,  Bojonegoro,   Tuban,  Lamongan,   Gresik     Across    +  198  Villages     Last  Flood  :   April  13,  2013  
  13. 13. DocumentaFon……   (Ngawi,  Bojonegoro,  Tuban,   Lamongan,  Gresik)  
  14. 14. November  7th   • OpenStreetMap  mappers  started  to  map   Tacloban  city.     • Aber  24  hours,  10,000  buildings  (about   25%  of  the  buildings  in  this  city)  were   tagged   • The  work  of  33  OSM  mappers  
  15. 15.       Thank  You.   kate.chapman@hotosm.org  

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