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Disasters 2.0: Real Time Collaboration: Documentation and Mapping

Objective 1: Cover the available technologies that are free that help EM create real-time documents, spreadsheets, presentations and forms that are available online (Google Suite) for many to use collaboratively and simultaneously and offline in a traditional singleton sense (OpenWord)

Objective 2: Demonstrate the free available mapping tools that are user friendly and very powerful for response efforts -- these are web based collaborative mapping tools that can be used in advance or in an ad hoc fashion - including the GeoLocation devices that can be leveraged. (WikiMapia, Open Street Maps, etc.)

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Disasters 2.0: Real Time Collaboration: Documentation and Mapping

  1. Midwest Disasters 2.0<br />Real Time Collaboration:<br /> Documentation and Mapping<br />By Dr. Connie White, Institute for Emergency Preparedness, JSU<br />1<br />
  2. What’s it all about?<br />Right Information<br /> Right People<br /> Right Time<br />Make the Best Decisions Possible<br />2<br />Georgia (Gwinnett and Douglas Counties) Floods 2009<br />
  3. Characteristics of Disasters<br /> Time critical<br /> High Uncertainty<br /> Unexpected events<br /> Decisions aremade.<br />3<br />Mena, AR (Polk County) EF3, 2009<br />
  4. Challenges in Information<br /> Ambiguity & Uncertainty<br /> Lack of Situational awareness<br /> Need for Reliable Information<br />4<br />Mena, AR (Polk County) EF3, 2009<br />
  5. Managing the Expected and Unexpected<br />Accessibility <br />Information Aggregation <br />Mobility<br />Free <br />Disseminate quickly and to masses or few<br />Tweet/post with link<br />Flexible - easily modified<br />Group membership dynamic<br />Share<br />5<br />Destin, FL (Okaloosa County) BP Oil Spill 2010<br />
  6.  Google Suite  <br />Real Time Documents<br />To Support <br />Time Critical <br />Decision Making<br />6<br />Georgia (Gwinnett and Douglas Counties) Floods 2009<br />
  7. 7<br />Google Chrome Browser<br />
  8. 8<br />Google Suite of Tools<br />
  9. 9<br />Must have Gmail Account<br />
  10. 10<br />Gmail to Suite<br />
  11. 11<br />Google Documents<br />
  12. 12<br />Editor<br />
  13. 13<br />Share <br />With <br />People<br />
  14. 14<br />
  15. 15<br />Share with Other <br />Social Media<br />
  16. Hands On Demo - Documentation<br />Install Google Chrome<br />Create Gmail Account<br />Go To Documents<br />Look at Twitter Feed for Link to Open Document<br />Play<br /><br />16<br />
  17. Case Study: Snow in The Deep South<br />17<br />Why Forms and Spreadsheets?<br />Windham, New Hampshire Feb. 2011 Blizzard<br />
  18. Official Closures for County<br />How to collect data from officials?<br />How to disseminate to employees and public?<br />Keeping it accurate.<br />18<br />
  19. Create New Form<br />19<br />
  20. Type in Question, Select Question Type<br />20<br />*Question 1 will be Column 1 on Corresponding Spreadsheet<br />
  21. Type in Next Question til Done<br />21<br />
  22. Official Themes and Locos can be used<br />22<br />
  23. Created in Minutes and Disseminated Quickly for Fast Accurate Response!<br />23<br />
  24. 24<br />
  25. 25<br />Embedded in Email makes submissions quick and easy!<br />Or<br />People can go to Form on Site through link.<br />
  26. 26<br />Dynamic<br />Link to Form<br />
  27. 27<br />
  28. Self Learning EnvironmentVideo Tutorials<br />28<br />
  29. Why Mapping?<br />Situational Awareness <br />Community Information<br />Information aggregated from anywhere<br /><ul><li>Reflect the State
  30. CrowdSourcing
  31. Flexible, Dynamic
  32. Update realtime
  33. Free and Easy</li></ul>29<br />New Orleans, LA. Hurricane Katrina, 2005<br />
  34. 30<br />OpenStreetMaps<br />WikiMapia<br />Google Earth<br />Google Maps<br />ESRI OnDemand<br />
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  36. Crisis Mapping Case: Haiti<br />32<br /><br />
  37. The Initial Map After the Earthquake<br />33<br />(source:<br />
  38. 34<br />OpenStreetMap is a Creative Commons project, sort of geographic Wiki.<br />This map is updated in real time.<br />Rescue teams and NGOs on the ground are using Garmin GPS .<br />It only took a few hours to members of the free mapping community to respond.<br /><br />
  39. Yellow crosses indicate the streets blocked by obstacles.Yellow crosses on red background are the collapsed buildings.White tents on a red background are the camps of survivors.<br />35<br /><br />
  40. 36<br />
  41. 37<br />Information on People is listed here along with pinpoints (hidden from view)<br />
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  46. Real Time Collaborative ToolsBetter Decision Making<br />42<br />
  47. Word of Caution - this is ever changing so expect to learn something new all the time!<br />43<br />
  48. THE END<br />44<br />THE END<br />For More Information Useful Tools for Emergency Managers, visit my homepage:<br />Book Coming Soon!<br /><br />