Most available digital maps labor under various IP restrictions. OpenStreetMap is a project to build, wiki- style, a digital map of the world with minimal legal restrictions. This talk provides an overview of the OSM project, including an introduction to the underlying data model, a quick introduction to the XML based APIs for accessing map data, and some discussion of where Java fits into the OSM universe.
5:30 - 6:00 - Food/Network
6:00 - Intro/Sponsor
6:00 - 7:30 – Presentation/Q&A
7:30 - Close
About the Presenter:
Richard is currently Vice President of the US Chapter of the OpenStreetMap Foundation. His interest in mapping and imagery goes back to his youth, including a 10 year stint as a contract developer at GE Research working with aerial and satellite imagery. He has been an active mapper in the OSM project for 3 years, and has worked on the maps for large portions of the Capital District of New York.
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