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UN-GGIM WG-Disasters TG-B meeting (chair)

UN-GGIM WG-Disasters TG-B meeting (chair)

2022-01-19 @ Online
Workshop on Geospatial DRR for Decade of Action
Geospatial Capacity Development Conference on GNSS application and DRR

Hidenori FUJIMURA

January 19, 2022
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  1. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Welcome to UN-GGIM WG-Disasters TG-B

    meeting. This is a part of the Workshop on Geospatial DRR for Decade of Action in Geospatial Capacity Development Conference on GNSS application and DRR. I am Hidenori, TG-B lead. 1
  2. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Background Introduction 2

  3. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B UN-GGIM WG-Disasters https://ggim.un.org/UNGGIM-wg5/ 3

  4. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Task Group B https://ggim-exercise.github.io/ Objective:

    exemplify a practical UN Geospatial cooperation to support emergency response and disaster risk reduction. Functions: 1. facilitate the preparation of scenario-based exercises on different hazards. 2. improve the availability of interoperable geospatial information by encouraging free and open data access. 4
  5. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Task Group B: active participants

    Albania, China, Japan, Sweden, Uzbekistan MapAction, ESCAP, UNITAR-UNOSAT, GeoThings, UNGIS Each of us has its mission in DRR. Still, we have no common scenario. Further participation is welcome so that we can find good common scenarios. We also resolved to meet to do so. 5
  6. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Concept of this Workshop Available

    at: https://ggim-exercise.github.io/decade2/ 6
  7. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Concept note 1/2 We would

    like to: build resilient communities. respond when people are in most need. However, our preparedness and resources are limited. We believe that geospatial science and technology is an intelligent way forward. 7
  8. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Concept note 2/2 This workshop

    aims to: identify some of the bottlenecks and challenges in building resilience. responding for a wide range of scenarios. Presentations will include: 1. Scenarios of disaster or disaster risk reduction 2. Actions proposed following the scenario 3. Examples of actions already taken 8
  9. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Presentations Program available at: https://ggim-exercise.github.io/decade2/

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  10. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Presentations 1.Alan Mills (MapAction): Geospatial

    Service Requirements for Effective Humanitarian Response 2.Taichi Furuhashi, Kuniharu Higano, Kohki Kikuchi, Shogo Hirasawa (Japan - Aoyama Gakuin University): UNVT Community in operation * Japan promotes the application of the United Nations Vector Tile Toolkit (UNVT) under the United Nations Open GIS Initiative. Aoyama Gakuin University and Geospatial Information Authority of Japan are equal participants to the United Nations Open GIS Initiative. Japan promotes Partnership through Geospatial Information. 10
  11. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B How to interact within this

    Workshop 1. Please use the chat box to ask questions or provide comments and observations. I will ask for an answer by reading the questions. 2. You can also ask questions by “raising a hand” after each presentation. As long as time allows. 11
  12. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Alan Mills (MapAction): Geospatial Service

    Requirements for Effective Humanitarian Response 12
  13. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Taichi Furuhashi, Kuniharu Higano, Kohki

    Kikuchi, Shogo Hirasawa (Japan - Aoyama Gakuin University): UNVT Community in operation 13
  14. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B Further questions regarding TG-B? Any

    other business? 14
  15. UN-GGIM WG-Disasters Task Group B How to join UN-GGIM WG-Disasters

    TG-B The coolest way is to contact TG-B from: https://github.com/ggim-exercise/decade2/issues Otherwise: Please let me know your contact information in the chat box, or e-mail me at gsi-intl-1@gxb.mlit.go.jp. 15 Thanks. Next workshop session starts at 15:30.