[HOT] Mapping task for seismic risk assessment
jcampbell.geo at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 20:28:15 UTC 2015
In reviewing the existing building data, you are correct it is shifted.
However, the data does not seem to be very accurate.
In this situation, I'm wondering it makes more sense to double-check,
correct, and update that existing data, rather than try to bulk shift it
(which I've never done). But I'm open to suggestions on the best way
>From the imagery perspective, the Bing Imagery analyzer indicates the
imagery is from May 2013. The DigitalGlobe archive shows a lot of
collection in that area in May 2013, but one scene in particular (Catalog
ID: 1030010022C8C400) is quite good. If this is the scene in Bing, then I'm
inclined to think the imagery is spatially correct and serves as a good
base to map from.
On Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 12:48 PM, john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Can some one double check the imagery, many buildings appear to be already
> mapped but are displaced from the imagery. Perhaps some one could do a
> bulk move of the existing buildings?
> Thanks John
> On 6 October 2015 at 12:20, Joshua Campbell <jcampbell.geo at gmail.com>
>> Just wanted to announce the creation of a new mapping task in the Kyrgyz
>> Republic focused on seismic risk assessment (
>> http://tasks.hotosm.org/project/1235). The project is funded by the
>> Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, managed by World Bank
>> and implemented by ARUP (and partners) and includes seismic risk modeling
>> to better understand and manage earthquake risks.
>> The unique element to this task is that the resulting OSM data will be
>> directly integrated into a seismic risk model which will be used by the
>> Kyrgyz Republic Government for decision making on risk reduction and
>> preparedness. Additionally the OSM building data will be assessed on the
>> ground and combined with a unique "streetview" type of imagery data. We
>> hope that some of you can help out with the building mapping for this task,
>> and help us test the methodological advancement of using OSM data for risk
>> Joshua S Campbell PhD
>> Senior Disaster Risk Management Specialist
>> Innovation Lab
>> World Bank GFDRR
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