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Harnessing the potential of crowd sourcing for geospatial inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools


What is it
What is it? inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

  • Crowdsourcing is the practice of outsourcing tasks to a broad, loosely defined external group of people. The idea is generally to introduce new or more developed skill sets or a larger work force to achieve some specific goal.

  • The term was first coined in 2006 by Wired magazine author Jeff Howe in an article titled "The Rise of Crowdsourcing."


Other name of crowd sourcing in gis
Other Name of Crowd Sourcing in GIS inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

  • Neo-Geography

  • Volunteered Geographic Information

  • Collaboration GIS


Some examples
Some Examples inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

  • Possibly, the earliest example of Crowd Sourcing is the collection of words for the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). In 1858, a group called the Philological Society contracted with over 800 volunteer readers to collect words from all available books and document their usages. Subsequently, the group solicited broader public input and received over six million submissions over the 70 years of the project.

  • In 1936, Toyota held a contest seeking a new logo design. The winning design from over 26,000 entries remained the company's corporate logo until 1989. 

  • Wikipedia launched as a collaboratively written and edited online encyclopaedia in January 2001. Free registration enabled anyone to submit or edit an entry. The multilingual site now hosts several million entries in English alone.  


Mapping using crowd sourcing
Mapping Using Crowd Sourcing inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Wikimapia


Mapping using crowd sourcing1
Mapping Using Crowd Sourcing inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Open Street Map


Mapping using crowd sourcing2
Mapping Using Crowd Sourcing inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools


Mapping using crowd sourcing3
Mapping Using Crowd Sourcing inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools


How it works
How it Works inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

  • Feature Service

  • User Input


Crowd sourcing can provide solutions where
Crowd Sourcing can Provide Solutions where….. inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Maps are OLD


Crowd sourcing can provide solutions where1
Crowd Sourcing can Provide Solutions where….. inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

We have No funds


Crowd sourcing can provide solutions where2
Crowd Sourcing can Provide Solutions where….. inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Survey becomes really a very Time Consuming Process & resulting in a Low Output


Disaster management
Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools


Disaster management1
Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

  • Natural Disaster.

  • Man – Made Disaster.


Planning after disaster management
Planning after Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

  • Send team to ground for data collection

  • Acquire data in proper format, distribute to concerned department.

  • Plan evacuation

  • Send teams on ground.


Undesired outcome of planning after disaster management
Undesired Outcome of Planning after Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Unplanned

Survey = Time = Loss of Capital / Life


Crowd sourcing and disaster management
Crowd Sourcing and Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

User uploads data = Data for planning team


Crowd sourcing and disaster management1
Crowd Sourcing and Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Data(VGI) = Saves Time for Survey


Crowd sourcing and disaster management2
Crowd Sourcing and Disaster Management inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

Data(VGI) = Saves life


How it works1
How It Works? inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools


Limitation
Limitation inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools


Limitations
Limitations inventorying in disaster response using Open Source Geospatial Tools

1. Non Trained Volunteers.

2. Data Authentications

3. Standards / Quality of Acquired Data


A homeowner who evacuated based on information from an online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.


Crowd sourcing a new way
Crowd Sourcing- A New Way! online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.

Nokia Maps Creator


Crowd sourcing a new way1
Crowd Sourcing- A New Way! online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.

Waze- Traffic & Roads


Architect of application using open source
Architect of Application using Open Source online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.


Data in xml
Data in XML online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.


Cycle of data input
Cycle of Data input online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.


Aditya online map created by a volunteer might be responding to a false positive, and by waiting for officials, verified information might have avoided the need to evacuate altogether. But on the other hand the delay in acquiring information from official sources might have made the difference literally between life and death.kumar/ManjushKoshy


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