Next week the biennial conference GeOnG will take place for the seventh time. On Monday and Tuesday 11/02-11/03 participants will join in over 30 live sessions around the topics of technology and information management in the humanitarian and development sector. This year’s theme is People at the heart of Information Management: promoting responsible and inclusive practices.
Carolin Klonner will present a tool for visualizing local knowledge in the lightning talk OpenStreetMap Sketch Map Tool – The Future of OpenStreetMap Field Papers on Tuesday, 11/03 at 11:45 – 12:30.
Marcel Reinmuth will contribute his work on healthcare access and catchment area delineation in the session Workshop Series 1 – Experience-sharing workshop: a look at different approaches and a few lessons learned on defining health catchment areas on Monday 11/02 at 14:30 – 16:00. This workshop is co-organized together with MSF UK, OSM DRC, Healthsites.org, WHO and Grid3.
Check the full agenda and session abstracts. If you want to participate, there are a few tickets left, sign up here.
- Klonner, C., Hartmann, M., Djami, L., Zipf, A. (2019). “Ohsome” OpenStreetMap Data Evaluation: Fitness of Field Papers for Participatory Mapping. In: Proceedings of the Academic Track at the State of the Map 2019. Heidelberg, Germany, pp. 35-36.
- Geldsetzer, P; Reinmuth, M.; et al. (2020): Mapping physical access to health care for older adults in sub-Saharan Africa and implications for the COVID-19 response: a cross-sectional analysis