Tokyo April 2008 Openstreetmap

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April 2008 Openstreetmap presentation at Kudeo (Little Edo) Linux User Group, IPA, Sugamo, Tokyo by Tim Waters

April 2008 Openstreetmap presentation at Kudeo (Little Edo) Linux User Group, IPA, Sugamo, Tokyo by Tim Waters

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  • 1.
      • “ OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the world made by people like you!”
    OpenStreetMap Tim Waters http://thinkwhere.wordpress.com [email_address] Tokyo 12 April 2008
  • 2.
    • Geodata isn’t
      • Free
      • Open
      • Current
    • Wiki style (crowd sourcing) is obvious next step
    • It’s just fun & rewarding!
    Why Openstreetmap?
  • 3. Quote 1
    • “ 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.”
  • 4.
    • “ 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
  • 5. Quote 2
    • “ 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.”
  • 6.
    • “ 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
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  • 13. GPS Out of Copyright Data Areal Imagery, Yahoo, Landsat VOICE CAMERA VIDEO
  • 14. Trackpoints Nodes
  • 15. Ways highway = residential name = Chestnut Lane oneway = true surface = flags highway = primary name = Otley Road ref = A660 Tags ! http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Map_features amenity = hospital name = Saint James emergency = yes POIs Areas leisure=nature_reserve A method of relating multiple ways and nodes together, e.g. one way turning from way A to way B using node C is not allowed Relationships
  • 16. Folksonomy You decide what to “tag” things. Democratic, bottom up i.e. “how do you tag an orchard?” (a wood for growing apples) Tagging rules – match reality, not if it can be displayed by the rendering rules on the map http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/Map_features
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  • 21. Look at website and potlatch http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=34.83941&lon=134.69401&zoom=16&layers=0BFT
  • 22. http://api.openstreetmap.org/api/0.4/way/35 <way id='7972254' timestamp='2007-09-24T12:36:29+01:00' user='chippy' visible='true'> <nd ref='59608510' /> <nd ref='59608509' /> <nd ref='59608516' /> <nd ref='59608515' /> <nd ref='59608514' /> <nd ref='59608513' /> <nd ref='59608512' /> <nd ref='59608511' /> <nd ref='59608510' /> <tag k='created_by' v='JOSM' /> <tag k='building' v='retail' /> <tag k='name' v='White Rose Shopping Centre' /> <tag k='amenity' v='shopping_centre' /> <tag k='note' v='huge building' /> </way> RESTful API Also, via Planet.osm a weekly world in osm format
  • 23. Data is powerful, Custom renderers http://tile.openstreetmap.nl/~panman/styledit/
  • 24. Nestoria
  • 25. Cycle Map
  • 26. Freemap
  • 27. Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Derivative Works. Attribution. Database copyright Future: Change licence. PD or something better?
  • 28. 1600 editing per month and climbing
  • 29. 30,000 users
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  • 31. other projects Open Rail Map http://edwardbetts.com/osm/stations.html Cycle Map http://www.gravitystorm.co.uk/osm/ osmwrp Scan in old maps for use Other stuff, good indication: Google Summer of Code projects: Export & interoperability Renderer setup Rollback & wiki fuctions conflict management Routing Data Capture GPX Photo Data import Map export JOSM history OSM data with local wiki
  • 32. A Future – Cloud Made – Start up for openstreetmap Distruptive technology Changes the market Companies want good accurate, up to date maps Side effect: Funding for projects, mapping parties, local things, where some extra cash for volunteers makes the difference. GPS loan for developing countries.
  • 33. A community, mapping parties, mapping weekends Beer!
  • 34. Leeds Mapping Party 15 th to 16 th September 2007
  • 35. 20 people 2 days image copyright kevin whitworth
  • 36. image copyright Kevin Whitworth
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  • 38. At Old Broadcasting House, Leeds Metropolitan University
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  • 43. MOVIE leeds mapping party
  • 44. before
  • 45. after
  • 46. other events: introductory workshops! mapping pub crawl!
  • 47. Key idea: Map is not the data - Conflicts etc Export & interoperability Renderer setup Rollback & wiki fuctions conflict management Routing Data Capture GPX Photo Data import Map export JOSM history OSM data with local wiki ---- Recent developments in industry: Google in India. AND mobile, cell phone, LBS, navitime.co.jp - Japan leading the way? Tim Waters Http://thinkwhere.wordpress.com [email_address]
  • 48. Get involved Sign up for an account Join: http://www.OpenStreetMap.jp Mailing lists, talk, dev, talk-ja Get mapping! Tim Waters http://thinkwhere.wordpress.com [email_address]