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Co.EXIST: "A Kinder, Gentler Drone To Help With Disasters"
LWN.net: "LinuxCon Japan: OpenRelief launches"
ComputerWorld UK: "Open and Humanitarian"
The Register: "Raspberry Pi IN THE SKY: Wallet-sized PC is Disaster Drone Brain"
Linux.com: "OpenRelief Launches Open Source Disaster Relief Drone"
DesignSpark: "OpenRelief: Clearing the Fog of Disaster"
What is OpenRelief?
OpenRelief is a project to design open, modular, information solutions for disaster relief.
Why was OpenRelief started?
OpenRelief was inspired by the difficulties encountered when mapping the Tohoku disaster area in Japan during March 2011. It was hard to see through the "fog" of disaster, so we decided to create tools to clear the fog.
Who is behind OpenRelief?
OpenRelief was founded by Shane Coughlan and Karl Lattimer, and has a large team of international volunteers. OpenRelief contributors come from the USA, UK, New Zealand, Australia, Japan and elsewhere.
Where is OpenRelief based?
OpenRelief is an international project, but primarily located in the UK and Japan. We are also in the process of forming a UK association to manage the finances of the project.
When will OpenRelief provide working solutions?
We are in the prototyping phase, and expect to have production ready designs released for the end of December 2012.
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