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This is a short intro into OpenStreetMap, containing an example on how to add data to the database

This is a short intro into OpenStreetMap, containing an example on how to add data to the database

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    • OpenStreetMap
      OpenStreetMap (OSM) is dedicated to creating and providing geographic data, such as street maps, worldwide, for free. [1]
      [1] http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Press
    • Who?
      • Philippe Rieffel
      • Student at the Institute for Geoinformatics
      • Student assistant with GI@School
      • Contact: p.rieffel@uni-muenster.de
    • OpenStreetMap?
      OpenStreetMap creates and provides free geographic data such as street maps to anyone who wants them. The project was started because most maps you think of as free actually have legal or technical restrictions on their use, holding back people from using them in creative, productive, or unexpected ways. [1]
      [1] http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Main_Page
    • OpenStreetMap?
      • Wiki-style approach for geodata
      • Database withnodes, waysandrelations
      • Data isdescribedthrough tags
      • Data + tags (database) canbeusedtorendermaps
      • Everybodycancontribute
    • OpenStreetMap– Stats*
      *asby 16.09.2011 at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Stats
    • OpenStreetMap- Stats
      *asby 16.09.2011 at http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Stats
    • OpenStreetMap – History
      • 2004 – Founded
      • 2006 – OpenStreetMapFoundation
      • 2007 – First dataDonations
      • 2008 – 50.000 users
      • 2009 – 100.000 users
      • 2011 – 400.000 users
    • OpenSreetMap – Data Sources
      • User contributions
      • GPS Data
      • From Aerial Imagery
      • Donations
      • Censusdata
      • Official surveydata
      • Commercial data
    • OpenStreetMap – Licensing
      • Rightnow: CC-BY-SA 2.0
      • Transistionto: Open Database License (OdbL) 1.0
      • CC-BY-SA is not designedfordatabases, Odblisespeciallydesignedfordatabasesandderivedwork
    • OpenStreetMap – Contribute
      • Add newdata
      • Collect GPS tracks & andpointsandupload/tag
      • Digitizefrom Aerial imagery
      • Improveexistingdata
      • Refinepositionsofdata (e.g. bulkimports)
      • Add moreinformationtodata (Adresses, one-waystreets …)
    • OpenStreetMap – Contribute
      • Tools to manipulate the database
      • JOSM (Java OpenStreetMap Editor)
      • Potlach2
      • Various Smartphone applications
      • Vespucci OSM Editor (Android)
      • GPS Essentials (Android)
      • Walking-papers.com
    • OpenStreetMap – Data use
      • Various projects emerged around OSM
      • Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)
      • Turn-By-Turn Navigation (Skobbler)
      • Specialized Maps
      • OpenPisteMap
      • OpenTrailMap
      • MyCity-Guides
      • MapOSMatic
      • List far from complete, personal favourites
    • Live Demo
      • GPS Track collected while hiking
      • Using JOSM to digitize, tag & upload
      • See a map:
      http://www.openstreetmap.org
      • Get involved:
      http://wiki.openstreetmap.org
    • Live Demo
      • Check area to edit on http://openstreetmap.org map
      River
      Trail
      Road
    • Live Demo
      • Download and start JOSM
      • http://josm.openstreetmap.org
      • Load GPS-Track (*.gpx file)
      • Sample GPS Track here:
      • A hiking trail in the Rocky Mountains
    • Live Demo
      GPS Track
    • Live Demo
      • Download existing data from OSM API
      GPS Track
      Existing data (River)
    • Live Demo
      • Draw the GPS Track with the ‘draw nodes’ tool
      Upload changes
      Draw new
      nodes
      Newly drawn track
    • Live Demo
      • Add tags to the newly drawn tracks
      • List of all tags to use
      • http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Map_Features
      • Upload new element to OpenStreetMap database
      • Add comment of what you did
    • Live Demo
      • Check result on http://openstreetmap.org (Processing time approx 2-15 minutes)
      Newly added trail
      Before
      After
    • Live Demo
      Newly added trail
    • Live Demo
      • Link to the location:
      • http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=40.4306960105896&lon=-105.80370426178&zoom=14
    • Live Demo
      • Success! You sucessfully added data to the OpenStreetMap database! Keep on mapping.
      • If you have any questions or want to learn more:
      • p.rieffel@uni-muenster.de