OpenDroneMap — Humanitarian uses of outputs

In response to a recent query about OpenDroneMap, I’m writing a quick summary here, and then a brief write-up on how it could relate to humanitarian response / crisis mapping applications, as discussed in my Deep Dive session at International Conference of Crisis Mappers in New York, this past November.  Ahem. The summary: OpenDroneMap: Open Source Toolkit for processing Civilian Drone Imagery “OpenDroneMap is an … Continue reading OpenDroneMap — Humanitarian uses of outputs

ICCM — International Conference of Crisis Mappers

The mark of a great conference is one that not only is well run and orchestrated, interesting from a content perspective, and full of bright minds, but also one that experiments with elements of interactions to maximize the value delivered to attendees. By these measures, the International Conference of Crisis Mappers (ICCM) succeeds. Normally, I struggle with the call to attend sessions vs. the conference … Continue reading ICCM — International Conference of Crisis Mappers