Then using the satellite images within 24 hours the mapping was completed and experts reviewed it. For the first time the satellite company donated the imagery on the first day after the earthquake. For the next 24 hours people concentrated on the post-quake images. So on the third day when the supplies actually came they had a real map reflecting which roads were broken and where camps were set up. So it really helped the relief. We can do this in Taiwan. We don’t have to fly all the way to Nepal. Taiwan made up maybe 10% of the mappers because we did a lot of outreach and instructions on how to map it. The president elect also helped a lot in promoting this behavior.