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Dreams, resilience and making a difference

Address at Beta Phi Mu Theta Initiation
Pratt Institute, School of Information
May 16, 2017

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Dreams, resilience and making a difference

  1. 1. Dreams, Resilience and Making a Difference Noreen Whysel, SILS ‘14 Beta Phi Mu Theta Initiation Pratt Institute, School of Information May 16, 2017
  2. 2. Making a difference Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. Work with schools : a 'private' lesson, child showing something in book to librarian, ca. 1920?. Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47da-e5fd-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99
  3. 3. Dreams Antonio de Pareda. (ca 1650). The Knight’s Dream. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Antonio_de_Pereda_-_El_sue%C3%B1o_del_caballero_-_Googl
  4. 4. resilience FEMA/Joselyne Augustino. (July 23, 2013). A home in Gilchrist, Texas, designed to resist flood waters survived Hurricane Ike in 2008. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Home_designed_to_resist_flood_waters.jpg
  5. 5. Sometimes it looks Like this... When we want it to look like this...
  6. 6. Resilience
  7. 7. “To be resilient, don’t be too virtuous” Grant, Adam. (May 13, 2013). To Be Resilient, Don’t Be Too Virtuous. [Commencement Speech]. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/resilient-dont-too-virtuous-adam-grant
  8. 8. Resilience is the key to: Generosity Authenticity Grit Being generous on the days when you lose faith in humanity Staying true to yourself on the days when others lose faith in you Persevering on the days when you lose faith in yourself
  9. 9. Resilience is more than grit NYC Office of Emergency Management. (2013). OEM Biennial Report 2013. Retrieved from http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/em/biennial2013/index_1.html#28
  10. 10. personal Resilience Security Mindfulness Planning CNN. (September 11, 2001). Firefighters, :U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Jim Watson. (Sept. 14, 2001). A New York City firefighter attempts to clear his eyes of soot during rescue efforts at the World Trade Center. The building was destroyed during a Sep. 11, 2001, terrorist attack. Retrieved from https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:September_14_2001_Ground_Zero_03.jpg
  11. 11. Institutional Resilience Security Transparency Planning CNN. (September 11, 2001). Firefighters, :
  12. 12. CNN. (September 11, 2001). Firefighters, : A Story of Resilience
  13. 13. Don Halesy, Library of Congress. (September 11, 2001). Man covered with ashes assisting a woman walking and holding a particle mask to her face, following the September 11th terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, New York City 9/11 Response
  14. 14. Left: DailyKos, various.. (n.d.). The Water is Rising. Right: DailyKos, various.(n.d.). Flood, Orleans Parish. NOLA: Hurricane Katrina
  15. 15. Shinichi Sato/AP, Yahoo! News. (March 11, 2011). Minamisanriku Government Disaster Readiness Center, Tohoku Tsunami. Tohoku Tsunami, Minamisanriku, Japan
  16. 16. 9/11 as a catalyst for cooperation ● NYCMAP ● Pier 92: Emergency Mapping and Data Center ● Office of Emergency Management Public engagement ● Big Apps Competition ● Open Data Mandate ● Road Map for the Digital City Emergency Management in NYC Deep Infrastructure Group GeoSymposium 2001-2011-2021 NYC Geospatial Catalysts NYC Geospatial Technology Center
  17. 17. Innovations in Emergency Response Systems ● Period One - Pre-9/11: Baseline ● Period Two - 2001-2005: Characterized by development of information systems to support interagency cooperation and response management. ● Period Three – 2006-2008: Characterized by continued integration and interoperability of information systems across agencies. ● Period Four – 2009-2011: Characterized by improved training and simulation software, and open public initiatives.
  18. 18. OEM Timeline Whysel, Noreen. (November 16, 2011). OEM Timeline. [Poster presentation]. NYC GeoSymposium 2001-2011-2021.
  19. 19. OEM Timeline Whysel, Noreen. (November 16, 2011). OEM Timeline. [Presentation]. NYC GeoSymposium 2001-2011-2021. Retrieved from http://explorer.arcgis.com/apps/presentation/index.html?webmap=06dce9c9c5734e6dbb54fe8c8d6e352c
  20. 20. NYCityMap (2006) http://gis.nyc.gov/doitt/nycitymap/
  21. 21. Hurricane Evacuation Zone Finder (2006)
  22. 22. Emergency Operations Center Plan
  23. 23. OEM Emergency Facilities Watch Command Center Emergency Operations Center OEM Emergency Facilities
  24. 24. FDNY Emergency Facilities
  25. 25. NYC Information Policy • Providing citizen access to data • Promoting NYC as a technology sector • Data initiatives modeled after citizen efforts and programs in other cities: – Big Apps Contest – Change By Us NYC – City Council Open Government Mandate “If we’re going to continue leading the country in innovation and transparency, we’re going to have to make sure that all New Yorkers have access to the data that drives our city.” 2012 Press Release, NYC Mayor’s Office
  26. 26. Open Data Initiatives
  27. 27. App Contests and Hackathons
  28. 28. BigApps Contest
  29. 29. Notify NYC 3+ Alarm Fire Electrical Road Closure - Planned Accident Evacuation Road Closure - Unplanned Accident/Emergency Ferry Disruption Senior Found Aerial Fireworks Severe Thunderstorm Air Quality Flood Significant Event Aircraft & Egress Gas Main Simulated Activity Aircraft Only Gas Release / Leak Simulated Fire Airport Disruption H1N1 Simulated Fire/ Explosives Alert Cancelled HAZMAT Condition Snow Alternate Side Parking Heat Struck Beach Status Change Heat & Air Quality Structural Collapse Blasting / Demolition Hurricane Survey Bridge /Tunnel Closure Informational Termination Bridge Closure Issuance (mostly missing persons) Tornado Brush Fire Mass Transit Disruption Tornado Watch Ceremony / Gun Salute Notification Tropical Storm Child Found Oil Spill Water Main Closure Other Weather Closure/Citiwide Outside of NYC Winter Storm Collapse Phone WNV Aerial Spraying Disruption - Other Power Outage WNV Ground Spraying Earthquake Relocation World Trade Center
  30. 30. Social Media
  31. 31. Back to Dreams illustrators of the 1890 Holman Bible. (1890). Josephs Dream, as in Genesis 37:9–10, Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Holman_Josephs_Dream.jpg
  32. 32. Meeting Notes
  33. 33. Chronology
  34. 34. Lessons Learned
  35. 35. Collaborative Effort
  36. 36. COGITO aims to: ● Serve as a bridge to geospatial practitioners, educators and learners across public, private and nonprofit sectors ● Study and report on demographics of GIS practitioners Provide a listing of geospatial resources, classes, universities, certifications ● Explore opportunities to serve as a research hub, providing fellowship grants to researchers studying geospatial data and systems
  37. 37. COGITO MEMBERS ● American Geographic Society ● BetaNYC, Code for America ● Columbia, CIESEN ● Columbia, Earth Institute ● Cornell Tech, The Foundry ● CUNY Mapping Service ● ESRI ● Fund for the City of New York ● GeoNYC Meetup ● GeoDev Northeast Meetup ● GISMO ● Hunter College, CARSI ● National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency ● New York State GIS Association ● NYU Data Services ● Open GeoPortal ● OpenStreetMaps ● Pratt Institute, SAVI ● Pratt Center for Community ● Development ● The New School ● URISA
  38. 38. Vision Shankbone, David. (30 October 2012). Flooded Avenue C at East 6th Street in Manhattan's East Village neighborhood of Loisaida, moments before the Con Edison power substation on 14th Street and Avenue C blew up. Retrieved from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hurricane_Sandy_Flooding_Avenue_C_2012.JPG
  39. 39. Thank You! User: King of Hearts. (November 28, 2014). Four-segment panorama of Lower Manhattan, New York City, as viewed from Exchange Place, Jersey City, New Jersey. Retrieve from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lower_Manhattan_from_Jersey_City_November_2014_panorama_1.jpg Check out these great resources: Ready New York: http://www.nyc.gov/readynewyork NYC Big Apps: http://www.bigapps.nyc 100 Resilient Cities: http://www.100resilientcities.org