[HOT] OSM Tasking manaager #1129 imagery priority

David Groom reviews at pacific-rim.net
Sun Feb 21 19:15:16 UTC 2016


Michael , and Jean-Guilhem, thank you, just what I was looking for.

David


On 20/02/2016 15:17, Michael HeiƟmeier wrote:
> Hi,
>
> in JOSM:
>
> right-click on the background imagery and select "show tile info" from 
> the context menu. The lowest line contains the capture date of the 
> current tile.
>
>
> David Groom, 2016-02-20 16:01:
>> Yes, that was really my point.  perhaps I should have been more explicit.
>>
>> So my question is really which is the later imagery?  Bing or Worldview
>>
>> David
>>
>> On 20/02/2016 14:24, Mike Thompson wrote:
>>> John,
>>>
>>> I agree the most recent imagery should be used, but how do we know the
>>> collection date for the Bing imagery?
>>>
>>> Mike
>>>
>>> On Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 7:14 AM, john whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com  
>>> <mailto:jwhelan0112 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>>      I imagine the most recent imagery should be used.  Some imagery is
>>>      quite old so more buildings may have been built.
>>>
>>>      Cheerio John
>>>
>>>      On 20 February 2016 at 09:00, David Groom <reviews at pacific-rim.net
>>>      <mailto:reviews at pacific-rim.net>> wrote:
>>>
>>>          OSM Tasking manaager #1129  imagery priority
>>>
>>>          When there is a difference between detailed Bing imagery and
>>>          the WorldView-2, 07 Nov 2014; DigitalGlobe, NextView imagery
>>>          which should take precedence?
>>>
>>>          An example can be seen to the south west of the sports pitch
>>>          herehttp://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/10.13336/124.85114
>>>
>>>          There are two small buildings north of the DepEd building on
>>>          Bing, not seen on Worldview
>>>
>>>          There is a small group of trees to the immediate west of The
>>>          DedEd building on Bing, but buildings can be seen here in
>>>          Worldview
>>>
>>>          This is a minor, but easy to appreciate example. I have also
>>>          come across quite a few buildings traced from Bing (and still
>>>          visible on the Bing imagery), but there is no evidence of
>>>          these on Wordview imagery
>>>
>>>          David
>>>
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