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#1 2015-06-23 08:41:02

henke54
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Websites using OSM :

If you found a link/website, using OSM, post it here, with some short 'description' ;

http://www.tekenradar.nl/ -> website(Dutch) for people who are bitten by ticks, mainly to 'counter' Lyme disease.

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#2 2015-06-23 10:54:35

Tordanik
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Re: Websites using OSM :

Every site that is listed here and especially here.


OSM in 3D: OSM2World

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#3 2016-09-18 11:29:32

sznitka
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Re: Websites using OSM :

http://www.znajkraj.pl/ - adventure travel blog, bicycle touring and cross-country skiing.

OSM is used to display a travel route from uploaded gpx file. Technically: Drupal 7 with OpenLayers, OpenLayers Views, Geocoder and geoPHP modules.

Samples from Iceland, Trentino, Brandenburg:

http://www.znajkraj.pl/islandia-poludniowa-na-rowerze
http://www.znajkraj.pl/dookola-trentino … dolomitach
http://www.znajkraj.pl/polnocna-branden … owe-niemcy

Thanks for your work, Guys.

Szy.

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#4 2017-06-14 11:24:15

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#5 2017-06-21 21:13:27

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Re: Websites using OSM :

Stuttgart, June 21, 2017. The moovel lab today announced its “Mobility Space Report: What the Street!?” project, which uses an interactive online platform to visualize the distribution of mobility spaces in cities around the globe. Mobility scientists and interaction designers at moovel lab used data from OpenStreetMap and created a new method to interactively explore and compare how space for cars, trains, and bikes varies from city to city.

http://blog.mercedes-benz-passion.com/2 … etropolen/

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#6 2017-06-21 21:19:48

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Re: Websites using OSM :

New Disaster OpenRouteService for Africa, South America and Indonesia released

Recently HeiGIT @ GIScience Heidelberg released a dedicated stable disaster version of OpenRouteService to support humanitarian logistics within specific regions of catastrophes. Since his start in 2008 OpenRouteServivce had been spontaneously applied for specific real world disaster cases already numerous times, for instance during the earthquakes in Haiti2008 and 2010, in Nepal 2015, and in Equador 2016. Yet this always involved manual effort to set the system up for the specific disaster which costed time and manpower. For this reason this was only manageable for specific larger disasters. In order to provide this tool with most recent data to humanitarian organisations and affected people in a more stable, reliable and automated way that covers also smaller disasters without manual intervention, the routing and disaster teams at HeiGIT jointly developed this new dedicated disaster ORS.

Basically the Disaster OpenRouteService is an adjusted version of the OpenRouteService which specifically serves the cause of routing considering specific meta information about passable ways from OpenStreetMap. It is constantly running on three individual and interchangeable regions in a distributed cloud environment. For the moment and first version these three instances cover Africa, South America and Indonesia.

The system has the exceptional ability to navigate on the most up-to-date OSM data added by disaster mappers as data and graph updates are currently computed daily for the whole regions covered. This allows to account for a high user activity and data adjustment rate in OSM during disaster situations, where both the real world situation, as well as the data in OSM are changing in very dynamic way. We are working on providing even more frequent update circles in the future in order to provide the best and most recent available OSM data to the disaster relief organisations, our partner the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT)and affected people as fast as possible in a fully automated manner.

Moreover, similar to the conventional ORS the Disaster OpenRouteService also provides an accessibility analysis service (calculating fast isochrones) for a given location, the possibility to export GPS tracks to be used offline in mobile devices, and of course the interactive avoid area tool. The latter allows to interactively draw polygons into the map which mark severely affected, not accessible, or impassable regions or road sections which should be avoided for navigation, or are potentially valuable for Search and Rescue (SAR) units.

Similar to the OpenRouteService, the web application and the directions are already fully available in 7 languages, namely English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Chinese. Other languages, such as Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Czech or Nepali are partially available as well (mostly directions). In order to make the Disaster OpenRouteService applicable for disaster managers, first responders and affected people all around the world, please help us to update the translations and provide your language here.

In addition to the usage via the web application the API endpoint can be integrated in dedicated applications (e.g. QGIS Plugins) etc. Please contact us for further investigations. Stay tuned for future enhancements.

https://disaster.openrouteservice.org

We cordially do thank the Klaus Tschira Foundation, Heidelberg for the financial support and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team for the helpful hints and insights, as well as the whole OSM community for their valuable efforts in generating relevant and up2date geographic data.
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#7 2017-06-23 11:17:33

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Re: Websites using OSM :

It's not really a website, but the app "Snapchat", which became very popular in the last years, launched a new map feature called "Snap Map" wich is powered by Mapbox! cool

https://www.axios.com/startup-mapbox-is … 06143.html

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#8 2017-09-20 00:19:50

henke54
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Re: Websites using OSM :

When BlindSquare has determined your location using your iOS-device’s GPS capabilities, it will look up information about your surroundings on Foursquare and Open Street Map. Employing unique algorithms, it will then ascertain the information most useful to you and speak it in a clear synthetic voice. You can use BlindSquare for example to find the most popular café within a 200 meter radius or to find the nearest post office or the library.

http://www.blindsquare.com/about/

Toronto’s New Auditory ‘Beacons’ Will Help Blind People Navigate Downtown
Over the next four months, two hundred "beacons" are being installed in venues throughout Toronto's upscale Yonge-and-St. Clair neighbourhood to make it easier for blind people to navigate the city. Cafes, churches, shoe stores, fitness centres, and wine shops are all participating free of charge, thanks to a grant from the nonprofit Rick Hansen Foundation. About 20 establishments have been equipped with the devices so far.

https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/arti … e-downtown

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#9 2019-02-18 21:00:13

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Re: Websites using OSM :

(Australia) ...  Live updates, traveller information and personalised alerts for NSW roads.
http://www.snarl.com.au/

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