[talk-au] SSSI National Bushfire Recovery Map-a-thon - Sunday 9th Feb
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Sat Feb 8 20:29:01 UTC 2020
I agree that putting the building on the map should rank higher than giving it a lifecycle or damaged attribute that hard to assess from the image quality.
This is also the approach I recall from HOT disaster mapping. Roads and building from satellite, destruction details from ground crew. (Admittedly I might be wrong here).
On 8 February 2020 6:44:30 pm AEDT, John Bryant <johnwbryant at gmail.com> wrote:
>> *Maybe swap across to LPI imagery & just map all the buildings &
>> POI, without worrying about damage? That would be a huge bonus as far
>> OSM is concerned, but wouldn't actually do anything at all for the
>> recovery side of things?*
> This seems like a productive idea to me... capturing buildings in
>bushfire-affected areas could produce a useful input to spatial
>don't know what the agencies already have in this regard though.
>On Sat, 8 Feb 2020 at 17:14, Phil Wyatt <phil at wyatt-family.com> wrote:
>> Some new imagery is being uploaded... not sure on resolution
>> Cheers - Phil,
>> On the road with his iPad
>> On 8 Feb 2020, at 5:49 pm, Graeme Fitzpatrick <graemefitz1 at gmail.com>
>> On Sat, 8 Feb 2020 at 16:24, Ewen Hill <ewen.hill at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Sadly the Planet quality appears less than optimal.
>> You're not wrong!
>>> If I look at the town of Cobargo where there were buildings lost
>>> north east of the Narira Creek Highway crossing, I can't tell.what
>>> destroyed, damaged or otherwise. :
>> No, there's no way of telling if a building has been damaged - I'm
>> mapping for a while & I couldn't even pick them as buildings, without
>> changing to a different set of imagery. Where I was just looking I
>> even tell if the area had actually been burnt over - it all looked
>> normal dry grassland to me?
>> I think we really need to come up with a backup plan for this event
>>> quietly push SSSI towards that.
>> Maybe swap across to LPI imagery & just map all the buildings & other
>> without worrying about damage? That would be a huge bonus as far as
>> concerned, but wouldn't actually do anything at all for the disaster
>> recovery side of things?
>>> We don't want people's first taste of OSM to be a poor one.
>> No, & I agree with you that it won't be a good, first look :-(
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