Code and Response™
with The Linux Foundation
Creating and deploying open source technologies to tackle some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Code and Response with The Linux Foundation provides a deployment framework to build, fortify, test, and implement open source projects created through the Call for Code and Clinton Global Initiative University initiatives as well as other sources of innovation.
Code and Response Projects
OpenEEW is an initiative to democratize earthquake early warning systems around the world through low-cost sensors, algorithms for detection and categorization, alerting capabilities, and an open source dataset of historical seismic activity. The project leverages the Internet of Things, Node-RED, and containers.
OWL and DuckLinks come together to establish a quick, temporary, and low-bandwidth communications network in the aftermath natural disasters, giving those in need a simple and reliable interface to request assistance from authorities. The project leverages the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.
DroneAid defines a visual vocabulary those affected by disasters can use to express their needs. Reading the symbols, drones can relay vital information back to organizations that can help, potentially shortening the response time from days to hours. The project employs Visual Recognition and Machine Learning.