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Location and Mapping

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From web 2.0 expo berlin 2007

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  • 1. Location & Mapping Steve Coast www.cloudmade.com steve@cloudmade.com
  • 2. Location
  • 3. X,Y,Z
  • 4. Y X
  • 5. X = Longitude
  • 6. Y = Latitude
  • 7. Z = Height
  • 8. Time?
  • 9. Projections
  • 10. Paleogeography
  • 11. Neogeography
  • 12. Essentially, Neogeography is about people using and creating their own maps, on their own terms and by combining elements of an existing toolset. Wikipedia
  • 13. 2000
  • 14. 2002
  • 15. 2004
  • 16. 2005
  • 17. Mapstraction
  • 18. Lightweight tools Really the democratisation of geography •Surveying - OpenStreetMap / Platial / PoM •Cartography - OpenStreetMap •Analysis - GeoCommons •Mashups - GMaps (GYM)
  • 19. Lightweight tools • GeoRSS / KML • OSM (GPS + notepad) • GMaps
  • 20. GeoRSS <?xml version=quot;1.0quot; encoding=quot;utf-8quot;?> <feed xmlns=quot;http://www.w3.org/2005/Atomquot; xmlns:georss=quot;http://www.georss.org/georssquot;> <title>Earthquakes</title> <subtitle>International earthquake observation labs</ subtitle> <link href=quot;http://example.org/quot;/> <updated>2005-12-13T18:30:02Z</updated> <author> <name>Dr. Thaddeus Remor</name> <email>tremor@quakelab.edu</email> </author> <id>urn:uuid:60a76c80-d399-11d9-b93C-0003939e0af6</id> <entry> <title>M 3.2, Mona Passage</title> <link href=quot;http://example.org/2005/09/09/atom01quot;/> <id>urn:uuid:1225c695-cfb8-4ebb-aaaa-80da344efa6a</id> <updated>2005-08-17T07:02:32Z</updated> <summary>We just had a big one.</summary> <georss:point>45.256 -71.92</georss:point> </entry> </feed>
  • 21. 2007 - maturity?
  • 22. OpenStreetMap
  • 23. §
  • 24. Why OSM? • Geodata isn’t • Free • Open • Current • Wiki is obvious next step • It’s just fun
  • 25. Some Quotes
  • 26. Quote 1 “It’s absolutely possible for a bunch of smart guys with the technology we have today to capture street networks, and potentially the major roads of the UK and minor roads” Ed Parsons, ex-CTO Ordnance Survey
  • 27. Quote 2 “If you don’t make [lower-resolution mapping data] publicly available, there will be people with their cars and GPS devices, driving around with their laptops .. They will be cataloguing every lane, and enjoying it, driving 4×4s behind your farm at the dead of night. There will, if necessary, be a grass-roots remapping.” Tim Berners-Lee
  • 28. Quote 3 “You could have a community capability where you took the GPS data of people driving around and started to see, oh, there’s a new road that we don’t have, a new route .. And so that data eventually should just come from the community with the right software infrastructure.” Bill Gates
  • 29. We make beautiful maps
  • 30. ...which we give away
  • 31. Using OSM
  • 32. Workshops Or, Map as Party
  • 33. Fallout
  • 34. A-Z Norman Dennison, director of Geographers' A-Z Map Company, confirms that Lye Close is a lie, which will now be removed. quot;The idea is to put something on the map to protect copyright,quot; he says. quot;We try to put it in an area or a part of a road which would not be misleading to the ordinary person in the street. They have been put in out- of-the-way places.quot;
  • 35. Postcodes
  • 36. 1 2 -2.11 780 AB 5 3SQ 650 2.148 2 0 AB 1 8JU - 9970 -2.10415 0 AB4 B 00 .96551 AB41 9J Y 43 -1 U 0 770 2.07120 AB52 6 0 9 80 - .596490 L1 1DS 3650 10 -2 A L 7316 AL1 2Q 0 1 0 .39 07 -0.3 262 R 2 1G 46 9 .730 03 -0.3 305 AL 2LA 3 2 2 1.733 616 -0.29 1070 AL 2LE 2 3 1.721 522 -0.3 3903 AL 2 2PA 5 L 3 0 51.71 127 -0.3 40726 A 4 0SE 4 L 3 51.71 4834 -0. 58973 A L4 9AH 2 51.72 6314 -0. 96870 A L4 9NH 2 51.74 0150 -0. 21020 A 5 5RU 3 L 51.77 0430 -0. 37272 A 6 9HT L 3 51.77 5879 -0. 14148 A 4 7TG 2 1 51.81 1930 -0. 01901 B 2 1JU 7 9 51.82 4691 -1. 17927 B 90 2AA 8 3 52.4 1040 -1. 27760 B 97 4NF .8 5 52.5 4420 -1 69556 B A2 3BH 9 0 52.4 0354 -1. 67850 B 17 5QA D 3 0 52.3 8340 -2. 67370 B H20 4PF 7 51.37 7590 -1. 123162 B 20 6EP H . 4 53.8 2699 -2 31780 B H21 1HJ 2 8 1 -2. B 50.6 3DA 7160 7
  • 37. Coase’s Penguin (Yochai Benkler) Commons-based Peer Production: •Non-monetary motivation •Discrete multi-size pieces •Low-cost integration
  • 38. Coase’s Penguin (Yochai Benkler) Commons-based Peer Production: •Fun •Takes 5 minutes •Easy
  • 39. Data: UK-EU comparison
  • 40. US GeoData Maket Price 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 41. US GeoData Maket Price TIGER-derived etc TIGER 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 42. EU GeoData Maket Price 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 43. EU GeoData Maket NMA Price OSM 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 44. EU GeoData Maket NMA I’m ignoring ex- copyright data as Price its place is very debatable OSM 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 45. EU GeoData Maket NMA Price OSM 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 46. EU GeoData Maket NMA Price OSM 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 47. EU GeoData Maket NMA Price OSM 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 48. We’ve seen this before
  • 49. OS Market Windows Price Linux 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 50. OS Market Windows (Think price per feature) Price Linux 100 ‘%’ ‘Quality’
  • 51. • Consultancy • Development • OpenStreetMapData (cleaned, nice formats) • Proprietary data, using OpenStreetMap tools (much cheaper)
  • 52. Thank you Steve Coast www.cloudmade.com steve@cloudmade.com

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