We are building the ultimate publicly available global population dataset by obtaining and processing all available data and fixing all known issues.
It was initially developed as a fundamental part of Disaster Ninja to help Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team take actions confidently based on data correlated with population density.
Disaster Ninja lets emergency cartographers prepare mapping tasks in minutes instead of hours.
When a disaster strikes, humanitarian mapping teams face such challenges as choosing the area that needs to be mapped as quickly and accurately as possible. Our interactive dashboard helps save precious time by presenting the event’s details and all available datasets in a succinct, visual form.
Kontur offers specialized basemaps that do not interfere with the display of overlayed colored data.
You can get OpenStreetMap-based map styles made with MapCSS for your products.
Kontur offers various tools to empower municipal authorities, urban planners, and businesses with geospatial analytics and situational intelligence for achieving smart city objectives.
Global Fires viewer visualizes fire data globally and helps find spots free from smoke pollution during wildfire season.
In case of fire unfolding outside your window, it is vital to know where to find breathable areas nearby. When a threat develops rapidly information should be available at your fingertips. Therefore Kontur has been able to gather information about fires and air quality conditions into a tool available for mobile devices in real-time.
Dispatcher 112 app helps dispatchers locate the closest fire stations and send the fire brigades faster to the emergency scene.
The laconic solution includes a typo-proof address search, custom routing algorithm for fire trucks, street length, and roof area measuring tools. The technology works well for the Minsk Fire Dept. and can improve disaster response worldwide.
Estimating losses in the event of a disaster is difficult, and initial loss predictions rarely match the actual costs.
We created an algorithm to compute monetary loss based on statistical data using Kontur Platform capabilities.
Kontur offers advanced mapping and data services.
Whether you face logistic challenges having just addresses you have to put on a map or if you have the whole country insured and want to estimate potential risks in case of disaster, we can enrich your data using various Kontur Platform capabilities.
Arben Kane is an entrepreneur, investor, and tech visionary with over 17 years of experience.
Over the course of his career, he started four companies: Kontur Labs geospatial analytics platform (now Kontur.io); HD webcam streaming service Ozolio; video app development startup FlikMedia; and iRAPP, which was the first Citrix for Mac Terminal Services solution with top Fortune 100 enterprise clients.
As the key person at Kontur, Arben works directly with the company’s partners to better understand their geo data needs and craft specific solutions based on that. Some of the most significant work to this day has been delivered in partnership with Hawaii-based PDC Global disaster management organization.
Arben received a B.S. in Logistics from Berufsakademie in Stuttgart and a B.S. in Computer Science from Fachhochschule in Darmstadt. He holds four U.S. patents in interactive video viewing and media data processing.
Darafei is a product developer who specializes in cartography and GIS (geographic information systems) domain. He is the organizer of the local GIS community in Minsk, Belarus where Kontur has one of the offices. Darafei has been a member of the OpenStreetMap Foundation (OSMF) since 2010.
Prior to Kontur, Darafei has worked on a number of geospatial projects. He was a GIS engineer at Juno, an Israeli-Belarusian company that rivals Uber in the ride-hailing vertical. He also worked for other well-known Belarusian technology companies like Wargaming and MapsMe.
As Kontur’s Head of Product Development, Darafei envisions the platform’s features and works together with our clients to implement geospatial solutions for them. He’s been working on an area brief product for disaster responders as well as the DisasterNinja tool used by Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team to coordinate volunteer mapping efforts during critical events.
Jorma is a Project Manager / Developer with over twenty years expertise in software development, web development, and IT. He works directly with the Pacific Disaster Center (pdc.org) staff to support the technical operations in their Maui headquarters. Jorma has a strong technical background and has focused on GIS development for the last ten years. Past projects have included work for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Association of Surfing Professionals, and more.
Jorma Rodieck holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of California in Santa Cruz, as well as a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from Penn State University.