Introduction to OpenStreetMap (Understanding Risk 2012)

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Introduction to OpenStreetMap presentation given during Understanding Risk in July 2012 in Cape Town, South Africa

Introduction to OpenStreetMap presentation given during Understanding Risk in July 2012 in Cape Town, South Africa

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  • 1. Introduction to OpenStreetMap
  • 2. What is OpenStreetMap?
  • 3. History• Founded in the United Kingdom in 2004 by Steve Coast• Ordnance Survey Data was Expensive to Use• July 2005 the First Mapping Party Takes Place 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 4. Open License CC-BY-SA/ODbL1. Credit OpenStreetMap2. Share improved data to community 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 5. How to Contribute? 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 6. Satellite Imagery 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 7. Most any GPSwill workHOT buysGarmin Etrex
  • 8. walking-papers.org
  • 9. http://gpsbabel.org2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 10. Potlatch2 (Editor on OSM Website) 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 11. Java OpenStreetMap Editor (JOSM) 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 12. Signing Up1. Go to OpenStreetMap.org2. Click “Signup”3. Enter Username/Email/Password4. Accept Contributor Terms5. Verify Email Address 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 13. More MaterialsLearnOSM.org 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 14. Further Help Questions info@hotosm.orghttp://lists.openstreetmap.org/ 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk
  • 15. Thanks! Kate Chapmankate.chapman@hotosm.org @wonderchook 2012 UR Forum Mapping Global Risk