This blog follows on from distinction-awarded research conducted at the University of Southampton as part of an MSc in Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis.
The research focuses on usability issues related to geospatial technologies in the humanitarian response to the Haiti earthquake in January 2010. Here is a link to the main body of the research paper: Usability of Geospatial Technologies in Humanitarian Response
Here is a link to the preamble and contents pages: Thesis Preamble
I would like to thank once again all the participants who were interviewed during the research and to Richard Treves, whose supervision was instrumental in making it a success.
I will be breaking down the thesis into themes and posting discussion pages on those themes in the coming weeks. However, please do comment or question the contents in the meantime.