State Of The Map - France (sotm09 )
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  • State of the Map - France
  • Cadastre ● The Cadastre is a government funded database to track land usage for taxes ● The DGFip (Direction Générale des Finances publiques) has given access to their WMS server, which contains municipality maps and buildings in it ● Thanks to Denis Helfer and Pieren for asking permission to use the data ● The data provided is a bitmap based on vectorial data. A future update may give us direct access to vectorial data (We hope) ● Not all of France is vectorized inside the website yet, but the coverage is pretty good ● The following information can be found on the cadastre: ● Name of the street (but not their shape) ● Municipality boundary ● Buildings ● Building number ● Water like artificial lakes ● Paths ● A plugin was created by Pieren in order to access the cadastre through JOSM
  • Cadastre High-Level view of Grenoble Medium-Level view of Grenoble
  • Cadastre High-Level zoom of Grenoble Street-Level zoom of Grenoble
  • Cadastre
  • Cadastre Mainly done by Frederic Bonifas Mapnik rendering of Grenoble
  • Municipality Progress Import of municipality done using a semi automated tool based on the Cadastre It is done thanks to an import script created by Frédéric Rodrigo 7th of May 2009 19th of June 2009
  • Municipality Progress 23th of June 2009 1st of July 2009
  • Corine Land Cover - European Union data from 2006. So far, only France and Estonia had their data Released under a compatible license with OSM - Community based approach to create a consistent nomenclature for the CLC data - Data import documented on a wiki page (Vincent Pottier). Many tools modified in order to prepare the work. The Corine OSM file for non overlapping data is about 11 300 000 nodes and 200 000 polygones - Thanks to Pieren for asking details about the license - Data import is being worked on by Sylvain Letuffe, Yann Coupin, Pieren and Emilie Laffray
  • Corine Land Cover source : Official data from the European Union Image representing all elements that will be imported into OSM with no overlap with existing polygons
  • Corine Land Cover Current rendering on Mapnik Preview of the rendering
  • IGN Geodesic Markers - Thanks to Eric Sibert for asking permissions to use this data, to Frédéric Rodrigo for creating the CSV and to Etienne Chové for importing this data into OSM
  • Tools: Osmose - French bug tracking website (Text and graphical) done by Etienne Chové - Orthograph checking - Tags checking (obsolete, incompatible, etc...) - Structure checking - Administrative checking (INSEE code matching, etc...)
  • Tools: Osmose
  • OSMTransport - Public transportation tool based on OSM data only - Allow the visualization of the public transportation networks and visual validation (used tags, missing tags) - Easy access to free data of the networks - Website: - The work has been performed by Michaël Douchin, René-Luc d'Hont - The lines are using predefined colors if they have been set for a specific operator
  • OSMTransport Besancon Lausanne Montpellier Zurich
  • OSMTransport Besancon Lausanne Montpellier Zurich