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Start:

October 24, 2018 11:00am

End:

October 24, 2018 12:00pm

Provided by:

NetHope's Crisis Informatics Team

Facebook Disaster Maps part 3: Connectivity and Power Analysis Technical Training

Geared towards existing partners of Facebook's Disaster Maps program, who attended the Disaster Maps 101 webinar on September 28, and signed a data-sharing agreement, this session will provide an in-depth overview of how humanitarian NGOS can gain important network coverage and power-related insights on Facebook's GeoInsights platform.

NetHope's Crisis Informatics Team

Looking for the webinar recording? Find the recording and presentation collateral on the password-protected landing page.

Note: This is the third of a three-part webinar series. Direct questions to: disastermaps@fb.com.

Geared towards existing partners of Facebook's Disaster Maps program, who attended the Disaster Maps 101 webinar on September 28, and signed a data-sharing agreement, this session will provide an in-depth overview of how humanitarian NGOS can gain important network coverage and power-related insights on Facebook's GeoInsights platform. This includes:

  • Network coverage in disaster affected areas (2g, 3g, 4g)
  • Phone charging/power availability maps

In addition to walking through the user interface, representatives from the World Food Programme and NetHope will share case studies demonstrating use of various functions in the platform.

Hosts

Andi Gros, Data Scientist, Facebook
John Crowley, Director of Information Management and Crisis Informatics, NetHope

Speakers

Gaby Alvarado, Chief IT Emergency Preparedness & Response, World Food Program
Gabriele Almon, Technical Lead, NetHope Crisis Informatics
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