State Of The Map 2013

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State of the Map 2013 (2013.stateofthemap.org) is the seventh annual OpenStreetMap conference and was held in Birmingham, England, from 6th to 8th September 2013.

Huge thanks to all the organisers of State Of The Map 2013. They did a terrific job of welcoming us to Birmingham. And thanks to everyone for coming, and making it another spectacular OpenStreetMappy get-together.

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Photo Competition

The winning photo competition entry by Yuichiro Nishimura

For SotM 2013 we ran a "Most unusual object / sign / situation found whilst surveying” photo competition. See all the entries at /Competition. Yuichiro Nishimura was the winner (blog post)

Maptember

The geo-fun didn't stop there. There was whole bunch of mappy geo events in the UK throughout September. Check out "maptember.org" site. There was also OpenStreetMap meet-up events in Edinburgh and London in the following months. See Current Events for information about future meet-ups.

Programme

The programme was input and maintained on Lanyrd this year, and this offers some wiki-style editing. See Schedule of sessions.

Lanyrd allows "coverage" (photos/videos/slides) to be linked from session listings. Please join in with doing this by sharing your presentation slides, photos, links and write-ups. The table below indicates by background colour and text tag which coverage we already have (slides, video, both). The table also provides an easy to navigate version of the Lanyrd pages.


Thursday
1830 Pre-conference get-together: Drinks (at own expense) at the Sacks of Potatoes Pub on Aston University Campus

Friday
Track 1 - Main Lecture Theatre Track 2 - Secondary Lecture Theatre Track 3 - Breakout Room
PUBLIC SECTOR BUSINESS
0830 Registration
0930 WELCOME by Raj Mack, Head of Digital Birmingham, Birmingham City Council
0940 KEYNOTE 'The OpenStreetMap Revolution' by Steve Coast, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, OpenStreetMap
1005 OpenStreetMap: Fit for business use?
- Peter Miller, ITO World
(slides available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1025 The commercial use of OSM: How to foster greater collaboration between the commercial users and broader OSM community.
- Martijn van Exel
(slides available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1045 KEYNOTE 'Lessons from the crowd: How to be truly authoritative' by Peter ter Haar, Director of Products, Ordnance Survey
1110 Break sponsored by Skobbler
1135 The struggle of share-alike.
- Arjan Spigt, AND
    Joint session with Track 1
1200 How And Why Governments Should Use (and are using) OpenStreetMap More.
- Pete Lancaster, Warwickshire County Council
(slides and video available)
OSM-GB: Examining the dynamics of OSM.
- Jeremy Morley
1220 National Trust: The exploratory journey we’ve been on with OSM.
- Huw Davies, National Trust
(video available)
OSM as a base layer in a open linked data distribution platform.
- Bert Spaan
(slides available)
1230 Discussion: Pick a map, any map.
- Ed Parsons, Gary Gale, Jeremy Morley and Ian Holt
1240 Seeing the Light: Unexpected ways to use Open Data for OSM.
- Jerry Clough
(slides and video available)
Annotating the map for the University of Cambridge.
- David Earl
(slides available)
1300 Lunch sponsored by AND
1350 KEYNOTE 'How to build a Smarter City: design principles for digital urbanism' Rick Robinson IBM Executive Architect for Smarter Cities.
(slides and video available)
1420 Open Historical Map: Re-using outdated information.
- David Evans
(slides and video available)
OSM2World: 3D Rendering for OpenStreetMap.
- Tobias Knerr
(slides available)
An Introduction to OSM for GIS Professionals.
- 60 mins workshop/tutorial with Richard Cantwell
(slides available)
1440 More than a router: Creating an ecosystem of products using.
- Martin Lucas-Smith, CycleStreets
(slides and video available)
Disaggregate accessibility planning with OSM data and OpenTripPlanner.
- Andrew Byrd
(slides available)
1500 What can Government learn from OSM?
- Billy Roden
(slides and video available)
Lowering the technical barrier to using OSM.
- Ed Freyfogle
(slides available)
1520 FixMyBarangay: OSM in Cebu Philippines.
- Dave Whiteland (mySociety) and Neil Taylor (Integrated Transport Planning)
(slides and video available)
The story behind Michelin's first OSM based map.
- Christian Quest
(slides available)
1530 Wikimaps.
- Susanna Ånäs
(slides available)
Birmingham's Road to OpenData.
- TBC
No Show
1540 Break sponsored by Amazon Web Services
1605 State of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team.
- Kate Chapman.
(video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1630 OSM and disability: Beyond wheelchair=*.
- Christian Quest
(slides and video available)
Open Addressing: The last frontier?- Robert Barr
1650 FixMyPaths: A nationwide path reporting system.
- Nick Whitelegg
(slides available)
The OpenData Postcode Finder.
- Matt Williams
(slides available)
1710 OSM council use: UK Local Goverment roundup.
- Paul Sladen
(slides and video available)
A Survey of Indian Address Formats: A Geocoding Challenge.
- Mitali Jha
1720 END END END
1845 Get-together at a venue of choice in Arcadian Centre (at own expense)

Saturday
Track 1 - Main Lecture Theatre Track 2 - Secondary Lecture Theatre Track 3 - Breakout Room
0930 WELCOME: Community Greetings from previous SotM Tokyo
0935 KEYNOTE 'Changing the Ratio of OpenStreetMap Communities' by Alyssa Wright, OpenGeo
(slides available)
1000 You are not the crowd.
- Richard Fairhurst
(video available)
Zone de Combat.
- Jerry Clough
(slides available)
Brewcamp: Where else are you doing it?
- Judith Carr
1020 Signals and Noises: A Look at OpenStreetMap Through its Mailing Lists.
- Frederick Ramm
(video available)
Mapping Western Africa.
- Nicolas Chavent
1040 The collaboration network in OSM: The case of Italy.
- Maurizio Napolitano
(slides available)
Mapping for change with community groups in Scotland.
- Tim Foster
(video available)
1050 uMappin: OSM data based social network.
- Ander Pijoan
The map is not what's there: Psychogeography and OSM.
- Tim Waters
(slides and video available)
1100 Break Break Break
1125 Those 3% female OpenStreetMap mappers...
- Manuela Schmidt, Ilvia Klettner, Renate Steinmann, Elisabeth Häusler and Yuwei Lin
(slides available)
Osmose, a quality assurance tool.
- Fredéric Rodrigo
(slides and video available)
Workshop: Disaggregate accessibility planning with OSM data and OpenTripPlanner.
- Andrew Byrd
1145 The Bronze Age of OpenStreetMap.
- Ilya Zverev
(slides and video available)
Using the History of OSM for Quality Assessment.
- Christopher Barron
(slides and video available)
1205 Customizable Interactive Audio Rendering of OSM Maps.
- Jacques Lemordant
(video available)
Opendata, imports and after...
- Christian Quest and Fredéric Rodrigo
(slides and video available)
1225 How OSM has changed my life: A Newbie's Perspective of Rural Mapping in the UK.
- Dudley Ibbett
(video available)
Evolving the map to completeness.
- Guy Collins
(slides and video available)
Bird of a feather: Map my Meeting/Event.
- Bob Kerr
1245 Lunch Lunch Lunch
1335 Augmented and Virtual Reality for hikers: Recent work.
- Nick Whitelegg
(slides and video available)
Change is relative: Persistence in urban environments.
- Jerry Clough
(slides and video available)
Road map to the future.
- Workshop (60 mins) with Johan de Ruijter
1355 How A Map Can Go Viral (In 8 Simple Steps).
- Gary Gale (pre-recorded)
(slides and video available)
Mapping for Transition: Comparisons with the OSM Community.
- Guy Collins
(slides and video available)
1415 Geocoding with Solr.
- Christoph Lingg
Change recruitment: Mix and match with citizen scientists and environmental volunteers?- Gianfranco Gliozzo
(video available)
1435 England cycling data project (short talk).
- Martin Lucas-Smith
(slides and video available)
Life is a Game (short talk).
- Stefan Keller
(video available)
Bird of a feather: Local Chapter.
- Henk Hoff
1440 Putting the Carto into OpenStreetMap Cartography.
- Andy Allan
OSM and micro mobility: Mapping tactile pavements with scooters.
- Thibaud Michel
(video available)
1500 Break Break Break
1525 Haptomai: An online service for customizable tactile maps.
- Christian Graf and Frank Wippich
(video available)
Visualising progress.
- Derick Rethans
(slides and video available)
Bird of a feather: Problems with OSM in terms of Routing.
-
1550 OpenStreetMap in Traditional Development and Humanitarian Organizations (extended 40 min session).
- Kate Chapman
(video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1630 Refining a vision for OpenStreetMap.org.
- John Firebaugh
(slides and video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1650 END END
1700 OSM Foundation AGM
1830 END
1900 Conference Drinks Reception & Dinner

Sunday
Track 1 - Main Lecture Theatre Track 2 - Secondary Lecture Theatre Track 3 - Breakout Room
TECHNICAL STREAM GENERAL STREAM
0930 Managing OSM data on windows: Admit it, you know you want to.
- Sam Larsen
Tube to Chunnel: Underground Mapping.
- Paul Sladen
(video available)
The geometry and data of change.
- Workshop (60 mins) with Roland Olbricht
0950 Efficient house number mapping with Keypad-Mapper 3.
- Markus Semm
Use of UAV in Haiti.
- Frederic Moine
(video available)
1000 What does the future hold for traditional style mappers?
- Kinya Inoue
(slides and video available)
1010 How does a Global Navigation Satellite know where it is, to tell you where you are?.
- Martin Wass
(slides and video available)
SotM by boat: Mapping the canals and waterways (short talk - 5 mins).
- Paul Sladen 5 min
(video available)
1015 API 0.7; or, The Whale.
- Matt Amos
(slides available)
LIGHTNING TALKS (20 mins)
(video available)
1035 Break Break Break
1100 MapIt Global: Easy lookup of boundaries in OSM.
- Mark Longair
(video available)
Gamifying Data Entry in OSM: Risk vs. Reward.
- Chris Filip
(video available)
Birds of a Feather: OSM and local government.
- World Bank/UCL
1120 Inside Overpass API.
- Roland Olbricht
(slides and video available)
Gamifying Map improvements.
- Derick Rethans
(slides and video available)
1140 TileMan: New alternative to serve OSM tiles.
- Hiroshi Miura
(slides and video available)
OSM TagMemory: Games for education.
- Taichi Furuhashi
(video available)
Birds of a Feather: Wikimaps.
- Open Historical Map
1150 OpenStreetMap Core Architecture and DevOps.
- Grant Slater
(video available)
LIGHTNING TALKS (20 mins)
(video available)
1210 Conference Group Photo
1240 Lunch Lunch Lunch
1325 Presenting the work of OSMF Working Groups (30 mins)
(slides and video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1355 LIGHTNING TALKS (20 mins)
(video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1420 High Performance OSM Data Manipulation With Osmium.
- Jochen Topf
(slides and video available)
The state of Scotland.
- Chris Fleming
(video available)
Birds of a Feather: MapCSS.
- Richard Fairhurst & Komяpa
1440 OsmSharp: Unleashing the best of OSM using C#/Mono/.NET.
- Ben Abelshausen
(video available)
State of the map, Slovakia.
- Michal Páleník
(slides and video available)
1500 State of Wikidata.
- Katie Filbert
(video available)
The state of Ireland.
- Richard Cantwell
(slides and video available)
Birds of a Feather: QA in OSM.
-
1520 Data coherence between OSM and Wikipedia.
- Cristian Consonni
(slides and video available)
Empowering Communities through Citizen Science Mapping.
- Paul Georgie
(video available)
1530 Break Break Break
1550 “Dad, which zoom level corresponds to One Inch to Three Furlongs again?”: Implicit Scale in the OSM Dataset.
- Andreas Reimer
(video available)
Nominatim: Behind the scenes.
- Sarah Hoffmann
(video available)
1610 Towards an Area Datatype for OSM.
- Jochen Topf
(slides and video available)
Proposal for a Mobile App Prize.
- Harry Wood, OSM Communications Working Group
(video available)
1630 DIY OSM PBF vector tiles.
- Norbert Renner
(slides and video available)
    Joint session with Track 1 Birds of a Feather: openstreetmap.org design.
- John Firebaugh
1640 LIGHTNING TALKS (20 mins)
(video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1700 CLOSING PLENARY SESSION
(video available)
    Joint session with Track 1
1730 END END END


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