Management of OpenStreetMap data and data collection processes for integrated DRM
Showcasing, demonstrating and launching a tool-kit
|In this session, HOT will introduce tools and workflows for the use and integration of OpenStreetMap data in a DRM context. We will focus on the use of OSM data in vulnerability and impact analysis of exposure (buildings, roads, and key infrastructure) and hazard data for use cases such as (multi-hazard) risk assessments, preparedness planning, and risk reduction.|
The session will take the form of a live demonstration, followed by hands-on exercises in identifying and analysing data gaps, and will introduce workflows and concepts for the analysis, creation and management of open geospatial data from OpenStreetMap. Case studies are included from Indonesia and Uganda. Tools included are HOT’s MapCampaigner, Documentation site, InaSAFE, and selected tools such as the Humanitarian Data Exchange.
Part of the session will be open discussion & collection of ideas and feedback from the audience. The audience is encouraged to bring a laptop and follow along to analyze and area and data of their interest – and potentially set up their own mapping campaigns!
Organizer: Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team