CrisisMapping Conference: Oct 16-18

“Leveraging mobile platforms, computational linguistics, geospatial technologies, and visual analytics to power effective early warning for rapid response to complex humanitarian emergencies.”

International Crisis Mapping Conference

Patrick Meier, along with Jen Ziemke, has put together the first CrisisMapping Conference, which will run this October 16-18, 2009 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Of course, here at Ushahidi we’re so deep into this space that we’re planning on having David, Juliana and Brian be there. AndChris Blow, who has been a part of the community since the beginning, is also going to be in attendance. Not to mention the fact that Patrick Meier, the event’s co-curator, is a long-time adviser to our team. (Ory and I will both be at Pop!Tech that week, so we can’t make it)

If you can make it, sign up now, as I’m told that they’re beginning to run out of space.

2 Responses to “CrisisMapping Conference: Oct 16-18”

  1. The crisis mapping in the community has been low to most populated urban sectors,they are technical to extract the content due do society repression,i would really like your organization to get the correct partners on the grassroots to assist in the issue of crime mapping