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09:30
09:30
20min
Opening
SotM Working Group

Opening Session

General
Großer Hörsaal
10:00
10:00
20min
Keynote: Open up! Why digital mobility needs participation
Christian Förster, Dietmar Seifert

Baden-Württemberg’s Ministry of Transport aims at developing regional mobility data towards an open and interoperable framework for new mobility solutions - as part of a sustainable traffic system, realising efficiency, climate protection and living quality. On the way there, fair chances for innovation are key: Not only for better results but also for a the involvement of most different societal actors. Cross-thinking and open innovation are corner stones in such a process.

User Experiences
Großer Hörsaal
10:30
10:30
20min
Keynote
Karen M. Sandler

Karen M. Sandler is the executive director of the Software Freedom Conservancy, which is the nonprofit home of dozens of free and open source software projects including Git, Etherpad, QEMU, Selenium and Inkscape (to name a few. She is known as a cyborg lawyer for her advocacy for free software as a life-or-death issue, particularly in relation to the software on medical devices.

Prior to joining Conservancy, she was the executive director of the GNOME Foundation. Before that, she was the general counsel of the Software Freedom Law Center. Karen co-organizes Outreachy, the award-winning outreach program for people who are subject to systemic bias and underrepresented in tech. Karen is an adjunct Lecturer-In-Law at Columbia Law School and a Visiting Scholar at UC Santa Cruz. She is the recipient of the Free Software Foundation's 2017 Award for the Advancement of Free Software as well as an O'Reilly Open Source Award.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
11:30
11:30
20min
Get to know OSGeo and how OSGeo is connected to OpenStreetMap
Astrid Emde

OSGeo is all about Open Source Software, Open Data and Open Education. Learn about OSGeo and what builds up this great organization and find out how OpenStreetMap is used by OSGeo projects, how OpenStreetMap can use OSGeo projects and how the two OSGeo and OpenStreetMap are conneted.

Community and Foundation
Großer Hörsaal
11:30
90min
Introduction to OSM: How it's made and how it's used
Frederik Ramm, Thomas Skowron

This session provides an entertaining yet informative introduction into everything you need to know about OpenStreetMap.

OSM Basics
Hörsaal West
11:30
60min
Mapping public transport and cycling itineraries using JOSM's PT_Assistant plugin
Polyglot

The PT_Assistant plugin has been developed over the past 3 summers as a GSoC project. It will probably see further development this summer. During this workshop, you can learn how PT_Assistant can help you to map itineraries for public transport, cycling and hiking. Interactively if you bring a computer with Java installed on it.

Mapping
Kleiner Hörsaal
12:00
12:00
20min
Human Mapping with Machine Data
Edoardo Neerhut, Christopher Beddow

How useful are map features automatically extracted from street-level images? Can they be trusted? These are some of the questions we tried to answer through community campaigns and student-led research in 2019. We will share some of these lessons and elicit a broader discussion on the methods that can be used to turn automatically extracted features into useful OpenStreetMap data.

Mapping
Hörsaal Ost
12:00
20min
“Keepin' it fresh (and good)!” - Continuous Ingestion of OSM Data at Facebook
Kevin Ventullo, Christopher Klaiber

Building forward from our work presented last year at State of the Map, we have created a system to assist mappers via machine learned models. In addition, we have built an automated ingestion framework for OSM data at scale that allows us to selectively update parts of the map instead of doing a full snapshot change.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Großer Hörsaal
12:30
12:30
20min
Assisted Intelligence - How we map with the support of new technologies
Surabhi Singh, Felix Delattre

Deep learning methods for feature extraction using computer vision are giving concrete results. This talk provides an overview of feature detection from satellite imagery and how machine learning can provide a seamless mapping experience for mappers, allowing them to utilize their knowledge to enrich maps further.

Mapping
Hörsaal Ost
12:30
20min
Driving South East Asia Forward with OpenStreetMap
Jinal Foflia

It’s been more than a year since we at Grab incorporated OpenStreetMap into our ecosystem and we have come a long way since then. This talk will focus on our learning journey, our tools, the challenges and our experiences working in the South East Asia region and the vibrant OpenStreetMap communities here.

Mapping
Großer Hörsaal
14:00
14:00
60min
How to contribute to weeklyOSM via the CMS: OSMBC
Manfred Reiter

OSMBC is the Content Management System to produce weeklyOSM in recently nine languages

OSM Basics
Kleiner Hörsaal
14:00
20min
Lightning Talks I
Janet Chapman, Seán Lynch, OpenDEM, S M Sawan Shariar

Lightning Talks

General
Hörsaal Ost
14:00
20min
ODbL license compatibility
Kathleen Lu

Have you wondered if a certain dataset can be used for OSM? What does it mean for a license to be “compatible” with OSM and ODbL? This talk will give pointers on where to look for information, common compatibility issues, and best practices for presenting a license to LWG for help review.

Community and Foundation
Großer Hörsaal
14:00
60min
Share Edits and Insights with the Overpass Tools
Roland Olbricht

Not every data item in OpenStreetMap can have an immediate impact on the rendered map. But you can make every data item visible on a map and share the links or share the data, no matter how much the item is special interest. This is the purpose of Overpass API and Overpass Turbo.

OSM Basics
Hörsaal West
14:30
14:30
20min
Communication and Knowledge Transfer in OSM
Hanna Krüger

The OSM-Community uses many different platforms and channels to discuss, organize and document internal issues. This talk provides an overview about the relevance and reach of these tools at local and international level and also locks into pros and cons of this strategy of communication in OSM.

Community and Foundation
Großer Hörsaal
14:30
20min
OsmInEdit: a simple indoor editor
Adrien Pavie, Hannes Geißelmann, Andreas Dirks, Thomas Sontag

The Indoor Map Creator is an easy-to-use open-source map editor for OSM indoor data. It's web-based with an intuitive user interface to make mapping indoors accessible and easy for everyone. Check it out and enjoy mapping buildings!

Mapping
Hörsaal Ost
15:00
15:00
20min
Observe - offline, cross-platform field mapping tool for OpenStreetMap
Sajjad Anwar

Over the last few months, we’ve been building an offline first field mapping tool for the OpenStreetMap ecosystem called Observe. Observe makes field surveying, and verification easy for mappers, and works on iOS and Android. My talk will cover how Observe integrates with mapping workflows and helps improve OSM data from the field. I'll also touch upon fundamentals of building Observe and our assumptions on field mapping.

Mapping
Hörsaal Ost
15:00
20min
Past and Future of the OSMF Membership Working Group
Michael Spreng

What is an OSMF working group, what does the membership working group in particular do, and how can you improve the experience of an OSMF membership.

Community and Foundation
Großer Hörsaal
16:30
16:30
90min
Board + Working Groups meeting
Joost Schouppe

Get to know the Board and the Working Groups. Together, we run the OSMF. Let's use the SotM to have a real face to face meeting. The public is invited to join the conversation too.

Community and Foundation
Hörsaal West
16:30
20min
Lightning Talks II
Ilya Zverev, Arnalie Vicario, Andi Tabinas, Minh Nguyễn, Christopher Beddow, Marco Minghini

Lightning Talks

General
Hörsaal Ost
16:30
20min
OSM Data: From Digital to Physical Design
Yantisa Akhadi

Exploring the visualization of OSM data outside its digital form and how it can be applied to everyday object from book cover to wallpaper. This talk will discuss on how to elevate OSM data beyond maps, exploring its potential in data-as-decor on both public and private space. The talk will describe the tools and workflow on how to create these product as well as its strengths and weakness.

Cartography
Großer Hörsaal
16:30
60min
uMap for newbies
Manfred Reiter

We create an individualized map based on OSM using uMap

OSM Basics
Kleiner Hörsaal
17:00
17:00
20min
CyclOSM, a bicycle oriented render for every cyclist
Lucas Verney, Florimond Berthoux

CyclOSM is a new cycling render. It is free and aims at rendering new bicycle-specific features, in order to take into account the diversity of cycling practices.

Cartography
Großer Hörsaal
17:00
20min
VR Map: Using OSM Data In a WebVR Environment
Robert Kaiser

Can you actually walk through or fly over a 3D scene of live OSM data using a VR headset - and if so, can this be done in a way that easily transforms to a view on a normal computer (or mobile) screen?
The answers are "Yes" and "Yes", and this talk will show how this can be done with relatively simple code, and just inside a web browser!

User Experiences
Hörsaal Ost
17:30
17:30
20min
Hikar - OSM Augmented Reality for Walkers across Europe
Nick Whitelegg

Hikar is an OSM-based augmented reality navigation app for walkers and hikers, showing OSM ways overlaid on the camera feed of the device and, in the latest version, virtual signposts pointing the way to nearby points of interest. This technical talk will introduce Hikar, detail the many new developments since it was last presented at SOTM Birmingham 2013, and describe how it works in technical detail.

Software Development
Hörsaal Ost
17:30
20min
How to use OpenStreetMap data with the Desktop GIS QGIS
Astrid Emde

The Desktop GIS QGIS offers many ways to work with OpenStreetMap data. This presentation will give an overview on how you can use OpenStreetMap data with QGIS.

Cartography
Großer Hörsaal
09:30
09:30
20min
"Mapathon, mapathon, mapathon!"
Séverin Menard, Nicolas Chavent

Who benefits from the mapathons: between (over)communication and (over)attribution, critical feedback on the inflation of a form of action oversold in the field of humanitarian action and development aid. Really for the benefit of OSM?

Community and Foundation
Hörsaal Ost
09:30
20min
Flexible Routing with GraphHopper
Peter Karich

In this talk we try give an overview on how to use GraphHopper to provide a more flexible routing (based on weather information, road class, road width, ...) and how this could be also used for visualization purposes or data analysis.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
09:30
90min
Scholar Lightning Talks
Naveen Francis, Jariatou Jallow, Emmor Nile, Mats'eliso Thobei, Fernando Kastro Toro, Matthijs Melissen, Porfirio Carrasco, Dinnah Feye H. Andal, Pradip Khatiwada, Jen Alconis Ayco, Abdoulaye Diallo

Lightning Talks provided by Scholars

General
Kleiner Hörsaal
10:00
10:00
20min
Imagery Solutions in OpenStreetMap
Kevin Bullock

Satellite imagery has materially enhanced OpenStreetMap and improved editing and validation. In this talk we will talk about recent enhancements we've made to get even more information from satellite imagery.

Mapping
Großer Hörsaal
10:00
20min
OSMF local chapters in countries of the Global South what can we learn from OSM associations dynamics in French-speaking southern countries of Africa and the Caribbean?
Nicolas Chavent, Séverin Menard

This talk will share lessons that OSM and OSMF members can learn about the multi-years collective dynamics around OpenStreetMap which unfold in French-speaking southern countries of Africa and the Caribbean with the view of identifying paths for local OSM grassroots groups evolution towards a formal OSMF local chapters.

Community and Foundation
Hörsaal Ost
10:30
10:30
20min
Lightning Talks III
Alina Negreanu, Sibabrata Choudhury, Beata Tautan-Jancso, Ilya Zverev, Said Turksever

Lightning Talks

General
Großer Hörsaal
10:30
20min
Tales from the Tasking Manager
Felix Delattre, Wille Marcel Lima Malheiro, Ramya Ragupathy

The Tasking Manager is OpenStreetMap’s most used software tool to organize mapathons, community mapping initiatives and professional mapping teams. Over the last year it has been developed further significantly. This talk will give an update on the newest developments and the emerging community around the application.

Mapping
Hörsaal Ost
11:30
11:30
90min
Bilingual Breakout Session – Community building and empowerment in South: French-speaking countries in Africa+Haiti
Séverin Menard, Nicolas Chavent

This talk will present the rise of active, self-standing grassroots communities in Haiti, Western and Central Africa since 2010 resulting from a unique set of continued support actions replicable in other territories, by an ensemble of speakers from (at least) France, Burkina Faso, Senegal and Togo

Community and Foundation
Kleiner Hörsaal
11:30
60min
First steps with OpenStreetMap editors
Angjelina Dervishaj

During this session I’ll share some tips & tools for new comers to start making their first edits on OpenStreetMap. I’ll do so by explaining the mapping concepts, process, the use of editors, and will continue with the practicing part. By explaining this process , I aim to make it easier for new contributors to get started with editing and will show some daily life examples to illustrate the importance of even the smallest contributions.

OSM Basics
Mathematikon C
11:30
20min
Meet an OpenStreetMapper
Gregory Marler

We've learnt about many projects and clever systems that run OpenStreetMap possible, but it's the individuals that are most valuable in what we do. Settle down in your seats as Gregory introduces you to a selection of OSMers and informally chats to them about their involvement. When, how, and why did they join OSM? What do they do in the project? Has that changed? What's their favourite map tag? All these questions and more will potentially be asked.

Mapping
Großer Hörsaal
11:30
20min
“Our Falkirk”: Mitigating the Impacts of Poverty using OSM Data Themes
Alison Moon

Services that provide money advice, access to food provision, digital access and community support are key to supporting those facing poverty. “Our Falkirk” is a simple mapping platform for service discovery that allows enriched OSM data to be easily described, mapped and shared through the concept of data ‘themes’.

User Experiences
Hörsaal Ost
12:00
12:00
20min
Customizing Search for Special-Interest Maps
Sarah Hoffmann

This talk discusses different ways how to improve the search experience for domain-specific maps.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
12:00
20min
OSM Quality Mapping: Metrics to monitor Buildings outbounds
Pierre Béland

Mapathons and Imports represent a Quality Challenge for the OSM community. This presentation focuses on Buildings. It presents Metrics and show progress of tools development to monitor and correct Quality problems in the OSM database or before importing.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Hörsaal Ost
12:30
12:30
20min
Bringing Validation to Users: Integrating Quality Assurance Checks into Map Editors
Clarisse Abalos, Matthew Gibb

Providing more validation checks with MapRules and MapCSS Tag Checks in iD and JOSM to direct mappers to issues as they map. As well as using Overpass queries to retrieve features with data quality issues.

Software Development
Hörsaal Ost
12:30
20min
Is your OSM App spying on you?
Thomas Skowron

OpenStreetMap enables people to use third-party apps that seem to be more suitable for privacy-conscientious users, but are we as users really private when using OSM-based apps?

Community and Foundation
Großer Hörsaal
14:00
14:00
60min
Diversity and Inclusion in OSM
Heather Leson, Miriam Gonzalez, Patricia Solis

The OSM community is global and diverse. Building on last year's Open Heroines conversation, we will co-create a space for OSM to talk about how to improve diversity and inclusion in our amazing project. All welcome.

Community and Foundation
Kleiner Hörsaal
14:00
20min
Spatial indexes for OSM in PostGIS
Felix Kunde

Indexing OSM data in your PostGIS database for fast spatial queires is not as straight foreward as one migth hope. And with each release of PostgreSQL / PostGIS there are more options to try out. This talk will explain different spatial indexing concepts and best practices in PostGIS and present some benchmarking results.

Software Development
Hörsaal Ost
14:00
60min
Using OSMCha to understand bad edits
Andrey Golovin, Wille Marcel Lima Malheiro

Protecting OpenStreetMap is a continuous process performed by Mapbox to secure maps from displaying erroneous edits. Any edits that raise suspicion are flagged in OSMCha, an open service that allows to check low-quality changes that are made by the members of the OSM project in a shared database. This not only helps to report our findings to the community but examine them in aggregate and draw conclusions to improve our data quality processes.

OSM Basics
Mathematikon C
14:00
20min
What's behind JOSM?
Vincent Privat

JOSM is almost as old as OSM but few people really know what it takes to maintain your preferred editor.
We'll present the development model of JOSM and who's part of its active community: developers, translators, testers, plugin authors, end users, sponsors, etc.
We'll talk about the project difficulties, the major achievements made in the past years, what work is currently in progress and what will happen in the near future!

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
14:30
14:30
20min
Lightning Talks IV
Various Speakers

Lightning Talks sumitted during the conference

General
Hörsaal Ost
14:30
20min
Mapping solar panels can save megatons of CO2
Dan Stowell, Jerry Clough

We are working to map all the solar panels (photovoltaic, "PV") in the world. Why? The data can be used directly to reduce carbon emissions from power generation. We will share our experiences of surveying, aerial mapping and machine vision to find all the hundreds of thousands of solar panels in our countries.

Mapping
Großer Hörsaal
15:00
15:00
20min
National Trust - Managing a Path inventory in OSM: Towards an Open Paths standard in OSM for the UK
Huw Davies

The talk describes the use of OSM as part of an asset management process using a crowd of National Trust staff, volunteers and the public to maintain an network inventory of an estimated 20,000 km of paths (both Public Rights of Way and permissive paths). The process pro-actively notifies local staff of changes to enable on-ground validation.  The process required the definition, and consistent application of, a UK standard for path tagging.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Großer Hörsaal
15:00
40min
Nomad Maps, an andean cartographic itinerancy by bike
Alban Vivert

Here is the Nomad Maps documentary: 5 months, 5200 kilometres across the Andes, 100 000 metres of positive altitude difference, all by bike, to meet the local contributors and projects of the OSM mapping community of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. An alternative way to see the uses of the OpenStreetMap !

Community and Foundation
Mathematikon C
15:00
40min
OSM data processing with PostgreSQL/PostGIS
Jochen Topf

The PostgreSQL database with the PostGIS extension is an important instrument in the toolbox of anybody working with OSM data. This talks explains the basics of working with the SQL database and how it handles geographic data. We'll look at getting OSM data in and out of such a database and what we can do with the data once it is in there.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Hörsaal Ost
15:30
15:30
20min
Collaborative cartography of cycling infrastructure for route and thematic maps in Medellin, Colombia
Carolina Ortega Espinosa

The project created from the cooperation between GeoLab (Universidad de Antioquia), and SiCLas (group of cyclists), both present in Aburrá Valley (Colombia), proposes a collaborative mapping by bicycle users as an urban transport mode. The data generation from existing cycling infrastructure will allow an improvement of OSM database, and an optimization in route calculation. In addition, the incorporation of surveys will allow the generation of thematic maps, such as the association of gender with mobility.

Mapping
Großer Hörsaal
16:30
16:30
60min
JOSM Turn Restriction : Improving Data Quality
Harry Mahardhika Machmud

Using JOSM Plugin to mapping road in advanced way and improving data quality in OpenStreetMap.

Mapping
Mathematikon C
16:30
20min
Mapper's privacy
Roland Olbricht

OpenStreetMap's processes are carefully designed to minimize the privacy footprint of the mappers.
Nonetheless, the principle that any edit shall be attributable means that some data is still recorded.
An overview is given which data is recorded at all and which of it gets available to whom.

OSM Basics
Hörsaal Ost
16:30
20min
Notes: Can we do better. Experiences and Ideas from the Frontline.
Chris Fleming

An analysis of Notes, based on local experience of managing notes.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Großer Hörsaal
16:30
30min
Updating our attribution guidelines
Simon Poole

Most of the existing attribution guidance for OSM derived works dates back to 2012 and was written before or around the change of the OSM licence to the ODbL. While there have been relevant discussions and rulings by the OSMF LWG (Licence Working Group) since then, there is no easy way to find it in one document. The LWG has undertaken to review the existing guidance and update it where necessary and is now asking for community input.

Community and Foundation
Kleiner Hörsaal
17:00
17:00
20min
Is the OSM data model creaking?
Martin Lucas-Smith

The OSM data model has facilitated rapid growth of community-created geodata which third parties can build on. But as more accuracy is needed in routing, cartography, and other uses, is this data model good enough? We are trying to represent spaces as flows, which result in fundamental compromises and inaccuracies. This talk will discuss real-world cases where this compromise is increasingly problematic.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Großer Hörsaal
17:00
60min
Local Chapters Congress
Joost Schouppe

A place where Local Chapters can meet with each other

Community and Foundation
Kleiner Hörsaal
17:00
20min
Teams for OpenStreetMap
Marc Farra

OSM Teams is a software framework for building team-based applications on top of OpenStreetMap. We will present how the software is built, why we think it's a good tool for communities, and how you can integrate your application with the framework.

Software Development
Hörsaal Ost
17:30
17:30
20min
Broken Promises and Technical Difficulties
Ilya Zverev

Our data model is impractical. You know that. Even OGC Simple Features are better. Changesets and versions promised easier reverting — is it simple yet? We have added a lot of features to API 0.6 over the past ten years, but should we have? Let's see what went wrong and what we can improve.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Großer Hörsaal
17:30
20min
Lightning Talks V
Various Speakers

Lightning Talks

General
Hörsaal Ost
09:30
09:30
20min
OSM2World: 3D OSM in your browser
Tobias Knerr

OSM2World is an open-source renderer capable of creating rich 3D worlds from OpenStreetMap data. It is now available as a web application powered by WebGL.

Software Development
Hörsaal Ost
09:30
60min
OpenStreetMap and Wikidata: Awesome Together
Eugene Alvin Villar, Edward Betts

A workshop aiming to introduce Wikidata and how to contribute to it, to explain how Wikidata and OSM are currently connected, and to discuss issues and ways for the OSM and Wikidata communities to further collaborate together.

Data Analysis & Data Model
Mathematikon C
09:30
20min
Osmose-QA : MapCSS, OpenData and Mapillary
Frédéric Rodrigo

Osmose-QA is a Quality Assurance tool pointing issues on map, but also able to compare external data set to OpenStreetMap. First part is about the new support of MapCSS rules in Osmose-QA and the opportunity to share rules with JOSM and other tools. Second part is on integration of external data from Mapillary photography objects extracted by AI and from OpenData. It is also on the challenge to deals with lots of OpenData.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
09:30
40min
The Next Generation of Mappers: Learning from YouthMappers
Jessica Bergmann

What does it take to build a new generation of mappers ready to solve challenges within their community? This presentation will feature students from YouthMappers sharing how they are deciding what issues to map, engaging and training new mappers, especially women, and using map data to advocate for change in their local and global communities. Learn how you can plan your next mapping initiative with youth at the forefront.

State of Session
Kleiner Hörsaal
10:00
10:00
20min
OpenDatathon activities in Japan
Shinji Enoki

As one of the outreach activities in Japan, OpenDatathon which holds mapping party and Wikipedia editing event simultaneously, are regularly held. As a member of an Organizer group, I will introduce OpenDatathon case studies and consider their potential.

Community and Foundation
Hörsaal Ost
10:00
20min
Routing for humans
Sebastian Ritterbusch

The OpenStreetMap provides probably the most comprehensive digital path network for pedestrians, which had been largely unused in its actual depth of detail so far. Based on findings from the TERRAIN project, this talk will go into detail how this network can be used for roadside-aware pedestrian navigation efficiently, and what challenges and mappings problems occurred. Furthermore, specific needs of various person groups will also have to be considered facing variable data quality.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
10:30
10:30
20min
Lightning Talks VI
Various Speakers

Lightning Talks sumitted during the conference

General
Hörsaal Ost
10:30
20min
Mapping Mobility in Stockport
Sam Milsom

In early 2019, Open Data Manchester teamed up with Stockport council, Disability Stockport
and Age UK Stockport to crowdsource data around mobility and accessibility in the town centre. This talk will cover the mapping methodology, findings, difficulties and solutions, as well as suggesting ways in which we can better map for these communities, making the data collected for OSM more inclusive and accessible for all.

Mapping
Großer Hörsaal
10:30
20min
OpenStreetMap in Croatia
Hrvoje Bogner

State of OpenStreetMap in Croatia. Community that builds the data, and community that uses the data.

State of Session
Kleiner Hörsaal
11:30
11:30
40min
Caretography - Mapping Difficult Issues with OpenStreetMap during Difficult Times
David Garcia, Martin Dittus

We map because we care to represent the world. Yet maps are never "true", they are shaped by their creators and their circumstances. Map-making is world-making: maps by different authors can give access to different worlds. So how can we make, share, and use maps that are created by these worlds, and not just by a privileged few? How can vulnerable communities influence how they’re represented and affected by our maps?

Community and Foundation
Großer Hörsaal
11:30
60min
Custom Presets Creation using JOSM
Harry Mahardhika Machmud

Experience Mapper Only. Creating presets sometimes become a hassle if you don't have experience reading XML language. There is a simple method to create presets in a simple way using JOSM plugin. This workshop will teach about how to create a presets using JOSM. Note: This workshop for experience mapper only

Mapping
Mathematikon C
11:30
20min
Integrating and validating open data in OSM using street pictures
Adrien Pavie

Pic4Review now helps contributors to integrate open data properly in OpenStreetMap using street pictures validation. Discover the way it works and how this can help improve both OSM and open datasets.

Mapping
Hörsaal Ost
12:00
12:30
12:30
20min
Access to Prosperity: Quantifying Infrastructure Impact With OSM
Davey Lovin

In many regions of the world, a population’s access to essential services is unduly constrained by a lack of proper infrastructure. By performing accessibility analysis using OSM data, we can understand how route infrastructure impacts access to essential services and use that information to inform an intervention.

This talk explores accessibility analysis performed to understand the impact of footbridge construction in eSwatini and introduces a python framework enabling users to perform similar analysis.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
12:30
20min
Lightning Talks VII
Various Speakers

Lightning talks submitted during the conference

General
Hörsaal Ost
14:00
14:00
60min
ImproveOSM - MissingRoads workshop
Beata Tautan-Jancso, Deleted User

In this workshop, OSM mappers and software developers Beata and Laura will help you get started adding the more than 2 million roads that are missing from OSM according to ImproveOSM, the global open dataset that compares actual car trips with OSM data.

Mapping
Mathematikon C
14:00
20min
Norway: Successful deployment of OSM in Public Transport
Johan Wiklund

Norway has deployed OSM on a national level for journey planning and is taking initiatives to expand the user, and usage of OSM in Norway and abroad.

User Experiences
Hörsaal Ost
14:00
20min
Pedestrian routing in complex areas: the case of Paris railway stations
Antoine Riche

Have you ever been lost inside a gigantic railway station? SNCF, the french railway company, is developing a pedestrian routing and navigation service to help travelers find their way inside and around railway stations. This talk exposes the challenges and how they have been addressed to provide a robust solution that can handle the great variety of data as well as routing through open spaces.

Software Development
Großer Hörsaal
14:00
90min
Updating our attribution guidelines (Part II)
Simon Poole

Most of the existing attribution guidance for OSM derived works dates back to 2012 and was written before or around the change of the OSM licence to the ODbL. While there have been relevant discussions and rulings by the OSMF LWG (Licence Working Group) since then, there is no easy way to find it in one document. The LWG has undertaken to review the existing guidance and update it where necessary and is now asking for community input.

Community and Foundation
Kleiner Hörsaal
14:30
14:30
20min
Automatically annotate a pedestrian route with OSM landmarks
Frédéric Rodrigo

Replacing the classics "Continue for about 200 m then turn left" by guidance instructions in more natural language automated from landmarks are still a research topic but aims to allow users to move with more confidence. The objective is to test it on an indoor/outdoor pedestrian route calculator. Anything that can be used as a landmark is extracted from OpenStreetMap, then categorized and classified to annotate the route: relevance, visibility, relative position…

Data Analysis & Data Model
Großer Hörsaal
14:30
20min
Public Transport Navigation using OpenStreetMap by OsmAnd
Eugene Kizevich, Victor Shcherb

'Public Transport Navigation using OpenStreetMap by OsmAnd'

The presentation describes stages of developing and starting of new feature of OsmAnd app.

Software Development
Hörsaal Ost
15:00
15:00
20min
From car routing to train routing
Denis Cheynet

Adaptation of GraphHopper (routing and map matching) to the railroad context in order to serve a vast diversity of usages.

User Experiences
Großer Hörsaal
15:00
20min
OSM Vector Tiles in custom coordinate systems
Jiri Komarek

OpenMapTiles is an open-source set of tools for processing OpenStreetMap data into vector maps, which can be produced in various coordinate systems.

Cartography
Hörsaal Ost
16:00
16:00
20min
Closing
SotM Working Group

Closing Session

General
Großer Hörsaal