Projects


#67 Mapping damage in towns of South Coast (Chardonnières, Port-à-Piment, Damassins, Coteaux, Roche-à-Bateau, and Port-Salut) after Hurricane Matthew (UAV)

For experienced mappers only Damage evaluation for Haiti CNIGS and Civil Protection, IDB,and World Bank.

UAV images of areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew are becoming available. To map visible damage, it is proposed to use BAR methodology. This project is for Chardonnières, Port-à-Piment, Damassins, Coteaux, Roche-à-Bateau, and Port-Salut, that were very badly hit, and where drone imagery was collected on Oct 15.

Created by jgc - Updated - Priority: medium

#37 UAO, Bouaké, Ivory Coast

Ce projet vise la cartographie complète de l'Université Alassane Ouattara

Created by SANA Ibrahim - Updated - Priority: medium

#58 CARTOGRAPHIE DU RESEAU ROUTIER DE DALOA

UNE MEILLEURE VISIBILITE DU RESEAU ROUTIER A DALOA

Created by deborakrouba - Updated - Priority: medium

#66 Mapping damage in Les Anglais after Hurricane Matthew (UAV)

For experienced mappers only Damage evaluation for Haiti CNIGS and Civil Protection, IDB,and World Bank.

Satellite and UAV images of areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew are becoming available. To map visible damage, it is proposed to use BAR methodology. This project is for Les Anglais, that was very badly hit, where drone imagery was collected on Oct 15.

Created by jgc - Updated - Priority: low

#65 Mapping damage in northern Les Cayes after Hurricane Matthew (UAV)

For experienced mappers only Damage evaluation for Haiti CNIGS and Civil Protection, BID,and World Bank.

Satellite and UAV images of areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew are becoming available. To map visible damage, it is proposed to use BAR methodology. This project is for an area in north of Les Cayes, where drone imagery was collected on Oct 15.

Created by jgc - Updated - Priority: medium

#18 San-Pédro

Ce projet a pour but de compléter la donnée OSM sur l'agglomération de Bouaké en Côte d'Ivoire, actuellement incomplète en raison d'une zone à basse résolution sur l'imagerie Bing, en utilisant l'imagerie fournie par Digital Globe Maps API.

Created by Cattleya2 - Updated - Priority: medium

#12 Ville de Tivaouane,Thies,Sénégal

Ce projet a pour but de compléter la donnée OSM sur la ville de Tivaouane, actuellement incomplète.

Created by SANA Ibrahim - Updated - Priority: medium

#23 Kong-Comoé

Cartographie des pistes, des cours d'eau et peuplements entre Kong et le PN Comoé

Created by Anicet Gabé - Updated - Priority: medium

#46 Parc de la Comoé

Faire les pistes, cours d'eaux, habitats, végétation de la zone, la tâche étant très vaste à cause du Parc National de la Comoé

Created by ouattara aboubacar - Updated - Priority: medium

#44 Mapping damage around Jérémie after Hurricane Matthew

For very experienced mappers. Satellite, and soon UAV, images of areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew are becoming available. To map visible damage, it is proposed to use BAR methodology. This project is for an area around Jérémie, where damage to the city have already been mapped by Copernicus and Pacific Disaster Center.

Created by jgc - Updated - Priority: low
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OSM Tasking Manager is a mapping tool designed and built for the Humanitarian OSM Team collaborative mapping. The purpose of the tool is to divide up a mapping job into smaller tasks that can be completed rapidly. It shows which areas need to be mapped and which areas need the mapping validated.
This approach facilitates the distribution of tasks to the various mappers in a context of emergency. It also permits to control the progress and the homogeneity of the work done (ie. Elements to cover, specific tags to use, etc.).


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