OpenStreetMap US

The OpenStreetMap community has well-established protocols for mobilizing organizations and individuals to use street-level imagery for catastrophe mapping. The unrelenting events of 2020 have shown us how there’s still room for us to do better on imagery collection and data extraction when it’s most urgently needed. This presentation highlights the challenges and proposes ideas on how to address them, with real world examples of work with street-level imagery this year.


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Advancements in JOSM tools, validation checks and auto-fixes using Java Topology Suite (JTS)

Oct 30, 2020 · Milla Zagorski

I have integrated JTS functionality into JOSM and created JOSM tools, and advanced/comprehensive validation checks and auto-fixes. To do this, I have leveraged JTS methods, developed algorithms and JTS-JOSM utilities. My presentation...