[HOT] Mapping Kunduz, Afghanistan
brad.neuhauser at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 14:59:59 UTC 2013
Was looking at helping with this job, but I'm not a JOSM user, and this
seems to rely on the DigitalGlobe imagery, either for tracing or for
figuring the offset. Should Potlatch 2 users sit this out? Is there any
way to create some tiles of the DG imagery? Thanks, Brad
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Frédéric Bonifas <
fredericbonifas at gmail.com> wrote:
> The DigitalGlobe imagery is more recent (october 2012 vs 2010 for
> Bing). What can be done for the buildings :
> * Put an offset on the Bing imagery to fit the DigitalGlobe imagery
> * Compare quickly Bing vs DigitalGlobe :
> - If the buildings haven't changed, let's map with Bing
> - If the buildings have changed a lot, or if the area is newly
> urbanized, let's map with DigitalGlobe
> Does it seem good to you ?
> 2013/2/25 Norman Rathmann <info at laxmi-reisen.de>:
> > Hi Frédéric
> > the bing image is better for mapping, more clear.
> > But to map this houses are really hard. It seems they are all with walls
> > around and a unregular form.
> > my first houses looks like this:
> > Norman
> >> Dear all,
> >> The ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross) is looking for
> >> some support from the HOT community to digitize on top of a satellite
> >> image they have acquired over the city of Kunduz in Afghanistan.
> >> The image is 50 cm resolution, comes from the WV2 sensor
> >> (DigitalGlobe) and was acquired the 12th of October 2012.
> >> The ICRC will use the image and the OSM data to work on a drinking
> >> water project.
> >> The ICRC is very interested in all the buildings, the streets and the
> >> landuse.
> >> A task has been created, with details : http://tasks.hotosm.org/job/199
> >> Each task is voluntarily small, in order to take the time to map out
> >> the buildings.
> >> I am available if you need any other information.
> >> Best
> >> Fred
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