[SE09-DRR] Open Geodata and Imagery for Humanitarian Mapping

DAY 2 – Tuesday 3 May – 14:00-15:30
Swiss Tech | Room 1A | Level Garden

Session Leader | Summary | Panelists and Abstracts

 

Session Leader

Cristiano Giovando
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, United States

Cristiano Giovando is a geographer and advocate of open data and open source geospatial software. At the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, he coordinates technical project and imagery acquisition during disaster response activations. In 2015 Cristiano lead the creation of OpenAerialMap, a platform for sharing and finding openly licensed imagery. He was previously a scientific officer at the European Commission, developing an open source system for wildfire information and mapping called EFFIS.

     

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Emily Eros, American Red Cross, United States, Putting 20 Million People ‘On the Map’: Evolving Methods and Tech Tools [PDF Full Paper]

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Deogratias Evarist Minja, Community Member in Tandale ward,Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Ramani Huria and Community Mapping – Towards Free and Open Map Data and Imagery for Dar es Salaam [PDF Full Paper]

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René Saameli, International Committee of the Red Cross, Switzerland, Healthsites.io: The Global Healthsites Mapping Project [PDF Full Paper]

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Nate Smith, Development Seed, United States, OpenAerialMap: Empowering Disaster Response and Preparedness Communities with Aerial Imagery [PDF Full Paper]

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