InaSAFE 1.0 Launched

You might have noticed that lately there has been a slight slowdown in posts about QGIS on android. There is a very good reason behind it. Since August I started working on a project called inaSAFE, a free software that produces realistic natural hazard impact scenarios for better planning, preparedness and response activities.

End October after a heavy development sprint, the InaSAFE team (which consists of developers from around the world, funded by AUSAID and The World Bank / GFDRR) released inaSAFE 1.0 at the AMCDRR, a high level conference for disaster risk reduction in Asia. During the same event, inaSAFE was even demonstrated to the President of Indonesia.

Here a description of AIFDR from Dr Trevor Dhu and here Trevor introducing Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono the President of Indonesia to InaSAFE (running in QGIS)

InaSAFE can be easly installed from QGIS by going in Plugins > Fetch Python Plugins, then type ‘inasfe’ in the filter box and select InaSAFE 1.0. InaSAFE is completely Free and Open Source (GPL v3) and you can get source code from our github project.

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1 Comment » for InaSAFE 1.0 Launched
  1. Alister says:

    There’s a typo in the Inasafe link.

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