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Dale Kunce

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Dale Kunce leads the international data and maps team at the American Red Cross where he is responsible for the adoption and creation of open source software such as POSM and OpenMapKit, open data standards and OpenStreetMap to facilitate the Red Cross's work. Dale is a geospatial engineer and urban planner with more than ten years of experience working directly with communities throughout the world. He and his team support programs and projects for both international disaster response and long-term programs. Kunce’s past work has taken him from community organizing in the California Central Valley and developing analytics for pandemic response in Uganda to helping astronauts capture high-resolution imagery from the International Space Station. He has helped coordinate the Red Cross response efforts for the last couple of years, working closely with HOT. He is a founder of Missing Maps and a frequent contributor OSM under the username dkunce.

 

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Code of Conduct

HOT is a growing community and a growing NGO. As we’ve grown we no longer know everyone else that is a contributor by first...

30 October, 2017

Help Translate Training Videos

At HOT, we want to make sure people can contribute to OpenStreetMap in a number of ways: through mapping, hosting mapathons and validating. And...

26 January, 2017

Hurricane Matthew Update

Hurricane Matthew as predicted caused catastrophic damage to Haiti that is still recovering from the 2010 earthquake. The main damage is located in western...

8 October, 2016

Hurricane Matthew

The Humanitarian OpenSteetMap Team (HOT) has activated to provide geographic base data in areas affected by Hurricane Matthew. Category 4 Hurricane Matthew continues to...

4 October, 2016

HOT Activation Hurricane Patricia

[en español a continuación] The Humanitarian OpenSteetMap Team (HOT) has activated to provide geographic base data in areas affected by Hurricane Patricia in Mexico....

23 October, 2015

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