Folks have asked what we’re up to – here are some upcoming events here as well as past ones.

If you’d like to share Resiliency Maps with organization, just get in touch!

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Upcoming events

Stay tuned!

Past events

Free and Open Source Yearly (FOSSY), Portland, Ore. “Open Source Tools and Open Data for Disaster Risk Reduction”

Southern California Linux Expo – SCaLE 20x. One of our all-time favorite open source conferences – a true community get-together.

Brussels, Belgium

“OpenStreetMap: Sharpen your Emergency Eyes”  post based on the preso here.

Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week 2020
Geneva, Switzerland
Takeaways on hand sanitizer, large groups and digital aid here.

OpenStreetMap GeoWeek

Meetup in Florence, Italy, our first outside the United States. Here’s a recap.

State of the Map US
Minneapolis, Minnesota September 6-8
First takeaways here.

ESRI User Conference
San Diego, California July 8-12

“Representing Resiliency Maps at the ESRI User Conference felt a little like infiltrating the Death Star disguised in a stolen Stormtrooper uniform,” says our correspondent Andrew Middleton.

Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction
Geneva, Switzerland
An invite-only biennial multi-stakeholder event established by the UN General Assembly to review progress, share knowledge and discuss the latest developments and trends in reducing disaster risk. More on Twitter or the blog.

Earthquake Safety Fair
San Francisco, California
A yearly event hosted by San Francisco Department of Building Inspection with government agencies, community partners, contractors, suppliers, engineers, architects, design professionals to help residents with emergency preparedness and building safety questions. A few thoughts on paper maps and literacy.

Code for America
San Jose, California
Presentation at weekly hack night. Based on feedback, we put together a starter resiliency prep kit.

SCaLE 17X – Southern California Linux Expo
Pasadena, California
Resiliency Maps was part of the open data track. Details here.

CalGis 2019
Fresno, California
Shared Resiliency Maps at the California Geographic Information Association conference, details here.

San Diego, California
Invited to speak at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial conference. Fantastic event, three takeaways here.

NERT Mapathon
San Francisco, California
Two-hour mapathon with Field Papers. Here are the takeaways.

Mapillary Mapathon
Oakland, California
In cahoots with Maptime. Details on how we did it here.

Brussels, Belgium
Spoke at event — great crowd offering a ton of resources and interesting feedback — a quick look here.

European Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction (EFDRR)
Rome, Italy
Participated in the invitation-only three day conference organized by the UN. Takeaways here.

State of the Map
Milan, Italy
Lightning talk at the OpenStreetMap conference.