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Visuals for my talk on openstreetmaps at OpenData conference Namur. 23/2/2015

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Visuals for my talk on openstreetmaps at OpenData conference Namur. 23/2/2015

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  1. 1. There’s lots of people watching.
  2. 2. About me name=Glenn Plas operator=free will women=3 children=2 twins=1 occupation=build solid solutions hobbies=aikido;reading;programming openstreetmaps;snowboard employer=me company:name=BitLess ; CoolDevOps.com contact:twitter=glenn_plas contact:email=glenn@byte-consult.be 
  3. 3. Strive for progress Not perfection.
  4. 4. Is the NEW gold If Open Data
  5. 5. Is a goldmine. Then OpenStreetMap data
  6. 6. Over 554(*) Gigabyte (GB) = 594 852 970 500 Bytes How much gold exactly? * Growing every second “The sum of the personal interest of all”
  7. 7. Mining it means Getting your hands dirty
  8. 8. Openstreetmap data Works like a swiss knife
  9. 9. API • OverPass • Nominatim • Routing engines Buildings blocks • Tile servers ( renderd, tirex, tileman, mapnik ) • Foreign API's ( Open / Private , webservices ) • Libraries ( LeafLet , OpenLayers ) Unfold the right tool to leverage Powertools Gis software (QGIS)• Editors ( JOSM )• PosgreSQL / spatial enabled DB's•
  10. 10. Be the Chef Not the receipe.
  11. 11. Visualize OSM derived data Differently
  12. 12. Events @ location On a timemap
  13. 13. Cook up OSM with Realtime traffic data
  14. 14. Visualize # shops As data statistics.
  15. 15. Slice … like a masterchef.
  16. 16. Fire hydrants.
  17. 17. Emphasize specifics
  18. 18. Railway.
  19. 19. Imagination is the Highest form of research.
  20. 20. OSM data as scenery In a Flight simulator
  21. 21. Need a bathroom break?
  22. 22. Can't hold it no more? Find the nearest exit!
  23. 23. There is more Under the hood
  24. 24. We have data suitable for Software parsing.
  25. 25. Coordinates are nice digits But they don't tell us much
  26. 26. Translate to coordinate... … and reverse: geocoding.
  27. 27. The raw data is like LEGO You can never overplay it.
  28. 28. “When you open up the data, there’s no limit to what people can do. It engages the imagination of citizens in building the city.” -David Miller, Mayor of Toronto. Toronto 2.0: Data Sharing Source The Globe and Mail, 09-01-31
  29. 29. Open systems can make heroes. Not just scapegoats.
  30. 30. Open Systems Create New Markets.
  31. 31. INTELLIGENCE + IMAGINATION
  32. 32. Mobile is the new brain
  33. 33. To build your imagination
  34. 34. You need (skilled) people
  35. 35. To create solutions That serve people
  36. 36. With OSM data is the future Combining external input
  37. 37. What you can do now.
  38. 38. We want YOU to contribute
  39. 39. Analyse ... And identify grey spots.
  40. 40. Use data to improve itself. Gardening OSM
  41. 41. We want you to USE it
  42. 42. Consume ( build stuff ) • Commercial (for Startups, as alternative, supporting role ) • Academic ( research, statistics, educational ) • Government ( improving GIS services, promote OD use ) Care (give a stuff) • Promote use : Government • Try / Use it! Contribute (donate stuff) • Map / Validate • People Businesses • • • Allow & Suggest, encourage usage Garden • Invest ( resources, money, time ) Dare to experiment (mock it up!)•
  43. 43. • Legislative • Cultural • Too much data • Real time vs historic • Definitions / references • Limited skills and over specialisation Some challenges ahead • Privacy
  44. 44. Privacy challenges
  45. 45. Data for Mr. Government Benefits of OpenStreetMap
  46. 46. It’s hard for governments to experiment.
  47. 47. There’s lots of rules.
  48. 48. “No one was ever promoted for disclosing information.” -US Government Employee.
  49. 49. Open Systems Allow External Contribution.
  50. 50. Open Systems Make Failure Free. * paraphrasing Clay Shirky. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cobalt/1308955915/
  51. 51. What will you do with (y)our data ??
  52. 52. http://www.slideshare.net/glennplas
  53. 53. Attribution / Sources / Credits / Inspiration / thanks / ©  Jeff Lawson, Twilio - http://www.slideshare.net/twilio/we-are-software-people-jeff-lawson-api-strategy-conference  Traffic layer live concept map - http://m.bitless.be/  Timemap BIN incidents (delayed) - http://m.bitless.be/time.html  ArcelorMittal – providing site layout data  Openstreetmap - ODbL - © OpenStreetMap contributors.  FlightGear - http://www.flightgear.org/  Flight radar - http://www.flightradar24.com/RYR753Q/590daea  Andrew Stott - UK Transparency Board and first Director of data.gov.uk  Prof. Peter Fisk – peterfisk@peterfisk.com @GeniusWorks  Census data - http://global.census.okfn.org/  Frank Weyns - Director Sales Engineering EMEA at Mirantis  Jennifer Bell – Benefits of open government data - http://www.slideshare.net/jenniferbell/benefits-of-open-government-data

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