The new Rapid v2 editor allows mappers to edit OpenStreetMap alongside open datasets, making it easier than ever to bring authoritative, public, and AI-derived data into OpenStreetMap.
In this hands-on workshop, we demonstrate common editing tasks that are faster with Rapid, and show how you can expand OpenStreetMap by reviewing new features like roads and buildings for correctness. We also present examples of open data provided through the Esri Community Maps program that can be used to grow and improve OpenStreetMap.
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