Lightning Talks I
07-04, 13:00–13:20 (UTC), Track 1

Lightning Talk session.

Kenya Covid-19 Tracker

Zacharia Muindi

Map Kibera has launched the Kenya COVID-19 Tracker Ushahidi Instance to document geospatial data, map out resources and services being offered to the community in response to Covid-19 and track cases across Kenya. The project will improve OSM basemaps in Kibera and other informal settlements of Nairobi to allow visualisation of current status and hotspots.

Mapping Gender issues in Kenya

Caroline Akoth (WiGIS, Kenya)

This lightning talk will cover Women in GIS, Kenya efforts to map gender issues in Kenya with support of our community, through #DataViz Challenges.

Where can you dine like a king?

Stefan Keller - Whitepaper, Slides

Synchronizing Local Datasets and OpenStreetMap using QGIS.

Nurturing a Ministry of Mapping

David Garcia

Who cares for the mapmakers who care? I would like to share a story about a geospatial collective about OSM and FOSS4G that we have been trying to organise in the Philippines during the pandemic.

Building the Street View Experience, Lagos, Nigeria

Ayo Akinseye - Website, Slides

For better Geo visualization, we built a website with Geo referenced 360 degree panorama photos. Lagos, Nigeria is our first phase.

What's new on OSMCha?

Wille Marcel

OSMCha is a validation tool for OpenStreetMap. On the last months we added some new features like visualization of relation members and more options of background imagery. Get updated on OSMCha with this talk.

GeoLadies PH

Arnalie Vicario

Brief talk about GeoLadies PH, which was inspired by Maning Sambale's "How Do We Change the Ratio?" presentation in 2014. GeoLadies PH dvocates incommunity diversity, collaborative participation and affirmative spaces forwomen and under-represented communities in OpenStreetMap and the localgeospatial science community.

Fighting FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) with Maps

Janet Chapman