Today DigitalGlobe released the initial results from the Tomnod crowdsourcing campaign in response to the earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25. The damage mapping campaign will continue, and volunteers are encouraged to visit the Tomnod website to contribute their time and efforts.
Users can download the KML file here to show the locations of all preliminary points of interest on Google Earth or their mapping application of choice.
Additionally, DigitalGlobe is making pre- and post-event imagery available through our Geospatial Big Data platform, hosted by Amazon Web Services. In addition to the pan-sharpened color images we have been releasing over the past several days, we are also releasing the full multi-spectral imagery where available. This imagery comes with a Public License for Humanitarian purposes and should be attributed to DigitalGlobe.
Visit this DigitalGlobe blog post for details on Nepal imagery downloads.