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Re: [activation hotosm] Hurricane Matthew Task 2195

nicolas chavent
Hey there,

At that stage of HurricaneMatthew response, can we know the status on Fred's proposal.

Fred has a unique experience and most robust experience within the HOT community and the HOT US Inc organization when it comes to
Haiti : multi years of work experience as GIS Officer for IOM right after 2010 quake working closely with OSM data and communities in a variety of GIS themes. 
Imagery : multi years of work with UNOSAT prior 2010 quake.
UAV : Very first IM/GIS/RS Officer to use efficiently, timely UAV (Sensefly Ebee/pix4d) for damage assessment with a team of local Haitian. TGISers/mappers/Dronists both IOM staffs and Haitian OSM community members at the event of the Hurricane Sandy [1,2,3,4]. Fred had been supporting the development of drone-based capacities within IOM and at community level. Fred and the Haitian UAV collective have by far the largest experience of using drones in Haiti. Their expertise and experience spans imagery handling, imagery hosting (with OSMFrance) for OSM mapping and thorough modeling/analysis. They're a unique asset for this response.

They're the dream team (with equipments at hands) on standby to get local UAV OSM and opendata Haitian communities generating post disaster UAV imagery for Cyclone Matthew in a coordinated way. Fred did activate the Charter for Hurricane Sandy in 2012. They communicated in a timely fashion to be able to do for Cyclone Matthew what they have been doing well prior and after Hurricane Sandy (2012) response.

It would be great to know if we can count on their contributions for this response when various communities from the Humanitarian/Development sectors and the OSM community are responding.

Thanks
Nicolas

On Sun, Oct 2, 2016 at 12:50 PM, FredM <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear all,

Strange I cannot open your link;

Sending back again http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/2195

In haiti right now, in stand by as OSM contributor + 1 uav ebee + 2 phantom 3 (3 batteries).

Ready to activate international charter as I have done it for sandy.

All the best FredM


On 02/10/2016 06:29, Kunce, Dale wrote:

I just looked at the 8pm update from NHC and Matthew just tacked east and is likely to make a direct hit of Haiti. 

 

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at4+shtml/025316.shtml?3-daynl

 

I've looked over map in the area and the roads are fairly good but buildings and other landmarks are not well mapped. I think at this time its worth putting out a preemptive mapping tasks for the South (Sud) admin area that is most likely to get hit in roughly 48 hours or so. Given the potential for life threatening rainfall and floods.

 

I went ahead and published tasks http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/2195/ 

 

The American Red Cross is likely to respond to any significant event in Haiti or Jamaica. At this point we are only preparing and have not made a decision to deploy any staff or resources.

 

 

 

Je viens de regarder à la mise à jour de 20 heures de NHC et Matthew est simplement cloué et est susceptible de faire un coup direct d'Haïti.

 

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_at4+shtml/025316.shtml?3-daynl

 

Je l'ai regardé sur la carte dans la région et les routes sont assez bons, mais les bâtiments et autres monuments ne sont pas bien cartographiés. Je pense à ce moment sa peine de mettre sur une des tâches de cartographie de préemption pour le Sud (Sud) zone d'administration qui est le plus susceptible d'être touché dans environ 48 heures ou plus. Compte tenu du potentiel pour la vie des précipitations et des inondations menaçant.

 

Je suis allé de l'avant et publié tâches http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/2195/

 

La Croix-Rouge américaine est susceptible de répondre à tout événement important en Haïti ou de la Jamaïque. À ce stade, nous ne préparons et n'a pas pris la décision de déployer de personnel ou de ressources.

 

 

Dale Kunce | Global Lead ICT & Analytics  International Services |  American Red Cross | Cell 510.842.7523 | Skype dkunce​

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Re: [activation hotosm] Hurricane Matthew Task 2195

Blake Girardot
I agree, experienced UAV and local operators would be great.

HOT does not coordinate any UAV missions in disaster situations, that
is handled by UAViators Humanitarian UAV Network as far as I
understand things and have already seen them mentioned as providing
coordination for Hurricane Matthew missions. Anyone flying UAV
missions or offering UAV services should contact them and let them
know of their availability or mission plans.

My understanding further is that OpenAerialMap will be used to index
and display imagery collected as part of that. However OAM is glad to
index and provide access to any UAV imagery collected properly in a
crisis situation.

Regards,
Blake

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