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GI2010 symposium-klosa (explorers pal-amateurvermessungstechnik_osm)
GI2010 symposium-klosa (explorers pal-amateurvermessungstechnik_osm)
GI2010 symposium-klosa (explorers pal-amateurvermessungstechnik_osm)
GI2010 symposium-klosa (explorers pal-amateurvermessungstechnik_osm)
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GI2010 symposium-klosa (explorers pal-amateurvermessungstechnik_osm)

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  • 1. Project IntroductionExplorers PalA knocking-off time project to design anOpenStreetMap data acquisition device.• Based in, but not limited to Saxony• 4 active developers in Dresden and Zittau14.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 1
  • 2. Project IntroductionData to collect for OpenStreetMapOSM can handle an increasing number of attribute data for map objects.Some examples:• Streets and other way objects: Lanes, width, surface, restrictions, speed limits, bus, tram, one way ...• Ferry: capacity, operating hours, width/height/length/weight limits• Restaurant: opening hours, name, style of food• Relations: hiking trails, bycicle routes, intersection turn restrictions ...• Area Properties: landuse type, forest type, access restrictions, natural reservation ...• and many more... 14.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 2
  • 3. Project IntroductionOSM Data Collection TechniquesThe typical OSM explorer is using a mixture of tools and material tocollect the data he likes:Device Data collected DeficienciesCell Phone GPS tracks, photos, voice Poor GPS, limited battery, recorded notes user interface limitationsCamera Photos Only photos, requires later content evaluationNotes on paper Notes, sketches Requires 2nd input during map editGPS Navigation Device GPS tracks, stored Can not store many waypoint waypoints attributesHand Held PC GPS tracks, stored limited battery, user waypoints, notes, voice interface limitations recordsLaptop All kind of notes, direct Inconvenient size and weight editor input 14.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 3
  • 4. Project Introduction What tries to do different• Make it less fancy, but operate longer by staying low cost Monochrome LCD, 8bit CPU, >40h operation time• Larger size and normal keys to operate the system while walking• Normal AA cells are available everywhere• Open Source platform to leverage the community power We hope that the internet community will help to develop a variety of applications to collect geo referenced data.• Provide the hardware also as self-construction kit to keep the costs low.• More details will evolve with the project 14.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 4
  • 5. Project Introduction Project Status• Three running prototypes• Two more prototypes to be assembled on demand• A first application to store GPS tracks is already running• 2nd application to store house numbers under development• Housing for the prototype is under development• Operating system functions are under development• Cost calculation from a turn key manufacturer in progressStay tuned at www.explorerspal.org14.05.2010 10. Sächsisches GIS-Forum 5

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