OpenStreetMap US

Traffic signs are a key feature for navigating and managing traffic safely, affecting all of us on a daily basis. However, traffic sign datasets are lacking on open government data portals as well as OpenStreetMap (OSM).

In this talk, we will cover Mapillary’s traffic sign extraction capabilities, Mapillary generated traffic sign data against ground truth data and OSM’s traffic sign coverage in San Francisco’s downtown. We will be also addressing how data quality can be improved using various data collection techniques and the role of post-processing with Structure from Motion and control points annotations.

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Mapping Prejudice is a research group at the University of Minnesota showing the history of housing discrimination in Minnesota and Minneapolis in particular.