Times are given in Eastern Standard Time.
|Friday, January 19
|2:00 PM EST
Maggie Cawley, Executive Director of OpenStreetMap US, introduces Mapping USA 2024.
|2:10 PM EST
Hear from OpenStreetMap US Board President, Diane Fritz, about her experience in this role and in the OSM community.
|7:25 PM EST
|2:30 PM EST
The USA has a large amount of forests. OSM lacked a many of them, however, thanks to many enthusiastic contributors the map has been improving a lot in the recent years. Numbers cited in this talk come from ohsome.org. Note: Due to technical issues, the body of this talk was not recorded live. Thank you to Attila Kun for graciously re-recording it for us....
|2:37 PM EST
|2:44 PM EST
Learn what’s new with the OpenStreetMap US Trails Stewardship Initiative.
|2:55 PM EST
I have started mapping all buildings in Chaffee County Colorado using the OSM US Tasking Manager and RapiD. This combination has resulted in a much more ‘rapid’ inclusion of buildings.
|8:00 PM EST
|3:10 PM EST
Learn what’s new with the programs, working groups, events, and other initiatives of OSM US.
|3:25 PM EST
OpenStreetMap Americana uses DevOps on GitHub to improve the contributor experience. This talk highlights how vector tiles and cloud rendering removes barriers for contributors and maintainers alike.
|3:35 PM EST
BetaNYC’s Innovation Fellows, undergraduate students, have created a public space data playbook that empowers communities & individuals to collect, verify, and analyze public realm data.
|3:45 PM EST
This talk will outline the map building process at Meta. We’ll talk about where and why Meta needs map data, as well as the tools we use to build maps and how they relate to each other.
|8:55 PM EST
|4:00 PM EST
Making maps with OpenStreetMap data can be a challenge, what does the data look like and is it ready for prime time? Is it too cold to think about the beach?
|4:10 PM EST
Learn what’s new with Public Domain Map, openstreetmap.us, Field Papers, and other OSM US tech projects.
|4:25 PM EST
OSM Discussion Tracker is a new webapp that provides an easy-to-use yet robust way to keep track of changeset discussions you’re involved in.
|9:35 PM EST
|4:50 PM EST
Curious about what it is like to serve on the OSM US board? Hear from current board members and envision yourself in the role!
|5:12 PM EST
Focusing mapping efforts locally in rural New York State. Will provide updates on my approach and progress with Mapillary from the OSM US Camera Grant Program.
|5:18 PM EST
Use of OpenStreetMap-based Americana maps on AARoads’s new wiki of North American roads highlights inter-community collaboration, well-structured data, and the limitations of existing third-party interfaces.
|5:24 PM EST
This presentation will discuss fitness of applications of OSM methods for developing and implementing Community Wildfire Protection Plans in the Western United States.
|10:30 PM EST
|5:35 PM EST
We’ve all been there: fixing one little thing leads to a rabbit hole of research. Learn to escape the hole and Keep Mapping Fun by contributing in tandem to OpenStreetMap, OpenHistoricalMap, Wikidata, and more.
|5:41 PM EST
I have developed a machine learning architecture that suggests missing road surface tags from overhead imagery. The goal of this project is to assist routing engines where surface data is unknown.
|5:47 PM EST
I’ll explain how I got building footprint data from Scottsdale, AZ’s open data portal added to the MapWithAI database, then imported into OpenStreetMap using the RapiD editor.
|5:53 PM EST
Communities are vital to OSM. Data quality has been studied widely but OSM goes beyond just data. I explore and analyze mailing list and wiki activity to gain insights beyond just spatial data edits.
|6:00 PM EST
|11:10 PM EST
⛷️ End of Friday
|1:00 PM EST
Have you ever wanted to make your own charts and graphs visualizing OSM data contributions? It does not have to be super hard, and you don’t need fancy cloud computing power. We’ll show you how!
|Saturday, January 20
|OpenStreetMap US Tool Time
|Improving the public transport database in OpenStreetMap
|The Power of OpenStreetMap: Uniting Voices for community development, Enriching Data, and Fostering Diversity & Inclusion
|Ibrahim Abdulai Kargbo
|Come learn about Field Papers, Public Domain Map, Dogwood, and other OpenStreetMap US tools you can use and contribute to.
|Improving data in OpenStreetMap aims to add detailed information about public transport networks to make it easier to plan journeys and to create services based on OpenStreetMap data for users.
|The Power of OpenStreetMap: Uniting Voices for Community Development, Enriching Data, and Fostering Diversity & Inclusion explores OSM's transformative essence, touching on community development
|OpenStreetMap US Mapathon
|Overture Maps Birds of a Feather
|Join others in contributing to OSM US mapping campaigns including trails in Utah and buildings in North Carolina. Suitable for both new and advanced mappers.
|Remote sensing using change detection to determine climate change
|OSM for Community Wildfire mitigation planning in the Western US
|OSM data analysis and visualization for beginners
|Martijn van Exel
|The abstract explores how remote sensing, coupled with change detection methods, enables the monitoring of climate change by analyzing shifts in crucial environmental parameters by using OSM softwares
|This presentation will discuss fitness of applications of OSM methods for developing and implementing Community Wildfire Protection Plans in the Western United States.
|Have you ever wanted to make your own charts and graphs visualizing OSM data contributions? It does not have to be super hard, and you don't need fancy cloud computing power. We'll show you how!
|OpenHistoricalMap office hours
|Mapping forest landcover all over the USA
|The Rapid Editor: Improve your OSM Mapping
|Minh Nguyễn, Jeff Meyer & Richard Welty
|Benjamin Clark & Edoardo Neerhut
|Swing by for help getting started or to strategize about moving the project forward in the U.S. The OHM Advisory Group will be on hand to hear any feedback about how it can better support the project.
|The USA has a large amount of forests. OSM lacked a many of them, however, thanks to many enthusiastic contributors the map has been improving a lot in the recent years.
|Recently, the Rapid editor got a new fast renderer, improved its streetview integration, and improved pedestrian workflows. Come check out what's new and see if Rapid might assist you in your mapping!
There is a long way to go to improve OpenStreetMap's sidewalk data. Meta is taking multiple approaches to do this with community collaboration a key component. Find out how you can get involved.
|End of conference
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