[HOT] Suggestion needed for designing an OSM based project
namabudhathoki at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 01:42:41 UTC 2015
I agree with Paul. You are talking about cadastral Information. OSM might
not be the best platform to capture and store cadastral information.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 3:21 AM, Blake Girardot <bgirardot at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ahasanul,
> That sounds like a great project and HOT can help you evaluate all the
> important points that Paul raised below
> As always, OSM defers to local insights and understanding of what
> works best for the local community.based on their use cases for OSM
> so lets talk more about it with people from HOT who have planned
> projects like this before.
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2015 at 2:14 PM, Paul Norman <penorman at mac.com> wrote:
> > On 10/26/2015 10:56 AM, Ahasanul Hoque wrote:
> >> Take greetings from Dhaka Bangladesh. I need a help to design an OSM
> >> project. An organization is thinking to digitalise some of their project
> >> land areas, keep them on open platform and get regular update on the
> >> rearrangement of allocation/splitting of the parcels, feature change
> >> regularly. But the land parcel's measurement is a vital, it should have
> >> inch level accuracy. Also, they are thinking to get all the updates
> >> a mobile app from field.
> >> I found a strong potentiality of this idea with OSM . Now wondering, do
> >> anyone know any example or similar type project what was/were based on
> OSM ?
> >> it will be great help for designing the project as well as for
> spreading OSM
> >> in Bangladesh if you kindly share the links, report, experience alike.
> >> are also welcome to put your valuable suggestion in regards.
> > OSM and the OSM software stack is designed around crowd-sourcing, which
> > inch level accuracy requirement is incompatible with.
> > This level of accuracy requires expensive specialized equipment with
> > specialized skills, and you can't use consumer or phone GPS units to
> > data.
> > Crowd-sourcing makes the technical design of OSM complicated, but here
> > gain that complexity without gaining its advantages. Additionally, a
> inch is
> > near the maximum resolution of the API and many tools designed to consume
> > OSM data.
> > I would recommend you re-evaluate your accuracy requirements to
> establish if
> > they are truly necessary.
> > Because this isn't a question of humanitarian use of OSM, you might have
> > more luck with a more general purpose mailing list than hot at .
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Nama R. Budhathoki, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Kathmandu Living Labs *(www.kathmandulivinglabs.org
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