[Imports] Proposed import: Geelong building data
daniel.oconnor at gmail.com
Mon Feb 10 22:11:27 UTC 2014
You can view the alignment to bing imagery via the 'edit' mode of
> the original file is spot on
To give you a little more context, the OSM community is a bit wary of large
scale imports - it's quite easy for the data to grow stale, and minor
errors to accrue.
As a result, the OSM process tends to place highest trust on physical, on
the ground observations & multiple GPS traces, particularly of the road
Can you go into a little bit of detail around the processes you've used to
get to a high level of trust in the data? The data set does mention LiDAR +
Photogammetry, but I'm sure we'd all be quite interested to know a bit more
On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 3:49 PM, Martin von Wyss <inlocoveritas at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Daniel et al. I'm the custodian of the data set for the City of
> Greater Geelong. If there are any questions about the data, please ask. I'd
> like to help you succeed in getting these into OSM.
> I'm surprised at the comment that the buildings seem to be two metres out.
> Sounds like a map projection or datum problem somewhere because the
> original file is spot on. *OR* is it possible that you're comparing the
> outlines to aerial imagery that has a substantial amount of building lean?
> I don't see any orthophotos here, but then again I'm not sure what I'm
> looking at!:
> On Friday, December 27, 2013 2:56:38 PM UTC+11, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> A data.gov.au dataset is available for LIDAR measured building imprints
>> in the Geelong Area (Victoria, Australia)
>> There's some manual effort taking place to capture this data at present
>> from local mappers, so this data set would be quite useful to complement
>> their existing work.
>> Details at:
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