User:Mlvln

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About Me
OSM Logo This user submits data to OpenStreetMap under the name
Mlvln.
Vespucci Mlvln submits data to OpenStreetMap using Vespucci.
iD Mlvln submits data to OpenStreetMap using iD.
Babel
de Dieser Benutzer spricht Deutsch als Muttersprache.
Bike Mlvln
is a bicyclist.
Firefox Mlvln prefers Mozilla Firefox.

About me

Hi, I occasionally map in Berlin and on OpenGeoFiction.net

here you can see my OSM-Profile.

Things I map

  • Bicycle Parking
  • Bicycle Infrastructure
  • Surveillance Cameras

Interesting Links

Surveillance Camera Tagging

Key Value Element Comment Rendering Photo
camera:mount wall/pole node This clarifies whether the camera is wall-mounted or mounted on a separate pole. This additionally allows the rendering of mount-specific overlay graphics. In case a photograph is specified through the use of image=*, others can use that to fill in this tag if it is not present yet. Please leave suggestions for the terms mount, wall and pole, especially in case there are terms already in use to define such a characteristic. (View the Talk page section on this issue)
camera:features microphone, nightvision, zoom, motion, wireless, webcam, heatvision, other node This obviously optional tag is used in case there are certain camera features worth noting. Please leave comments on the term features in case another term is preferred. Adding multiple features should of course be possible. When camera:features=webcam, please add contact:webcam=*. (View the Talk page section on this issue)
camera:direction 0-360 node The camera:direction tag allows users to specify which direction the camera is pointing, using the compass degrees as value (the term or symbol for degrees is implied). This allows overlays to draw the field of view of different cameras. See also Proposed_features/direction and Wikipedia. (View the Talk page section on this issue)
camera:angle 0-180 node The camera:angle tag allows users to specify at which angle the camera is mounted. Please leave suggestions as to a convenient notation (suggestion: degrees, but still working on a way of easily measuring this in the field). This allows overlays to draw the field of view of different cameras. (View the Talk page section on this issue)
height 0-? m or 0-? ft node The generic height=* tag provides info on the height at which the camera is mounted. This allows overlays to draw the field of view of different cameras. "By default, values are interpreted as meters. Other units need to be explicit."
camera:recording no, yes, snapshots, on_movement, online_streaming node

Source: Proposed features/Extended tags for Key:Surveillance