Geneva 2011 NOMAD Workshop

22 June – 23 June 2011, iMMAP Office in the ACAPS Building, Geneva, Switzerland

Since September 2010, iMMAP has been coordinating the ‘Humanitarian Operations Mobile Acquisition of Data’ (NOMAD) project. The project is funded by the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales and aims to develop an economically and operationally sustainable consultancy service for the design and implementation of remote field data collection and transmission projects.

The main objective of the 2011 NOMAD Workshop was a mid-term update and review of the Pilot 1 Lessons Learned, with Pilot 1 implemented in Ethiopia with the United Nations World Food Programme.

Agenda
Day 1: Wednesday 22nd of June 2011/Morning
9 – 9.15am Welcoming and round table introduction of participants NOMAD team
9.15 – 10am Global NOMAD presentation O. Cottray / C.Bois
10 – 10.30am Coffee break All participants
10.30 – 10.45am CNES presentation Pascal Faucher
10.45 – 11am Medes presentation Julien Dupouy
11 – 11.15am Auvea presentation Michel Boyer
11.15 – 11.30am CartOng presentation Sandra Sudhoff
11.30 – 11.45am iMMAP presentation O. Cottray
11.45 – 12.30am Pilot 1&2 updates B. Wright / C.Bois
12.30 – 14pm Lunch All participants
Day 1: Wednesday 22nd of June 2011 / Afternoon
14 – 15pm Imogene demo Julien Dupouy
15 – 15.30pm abcs@t demo Michel Boyer
15.30 – 16pm Mobile Data Collection simulation NOMAD team
16 – 16.30pm Interface Server Data Demo NOMAD team
16.30 – 17.30pm Questions and round table All participants
Day 2: Thursday 22nd of June 2011 / Morning
9.30 – 10.30am NOMAD service package Technical presentation NOMAD team
10.30 – 11am Coffee break All participants
11 – 12.30am NOMAD service package Technical session All participants
12.30 - 14 LUNCH All participants
14 – 15pm Debrief, next steps, workshop wrap up NOMAD team
Participants