[Talk-ca] Open Database of Buildings / Base de données ouvertes sur les immeubles

OSM Volunteer stevea steveaOSM at softworkers.com
Thu Nov 1 18:28:45 UTC 2018


Additionally, the greater OSM community looks forward to your Import Plan that follows our Import Guidelines ( https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Import/Guidelines ).

Regards,
SteveA
California

> On Nov 1, 2018, at 11:22 AM, John Whelan <jwhelan0112 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> I think on the OSM side we probably need to think this one through and get organised.
> 
> In Ottawa on the first import we went through all the steps to do the import including getting agreement with the local mappers and we were very fortunate in having an organised team of competent local mappers to do the import.
> 
> It went reasonably smoothly but there were some questions asked and one or two buildings were probably remapped which raised some eyebrows.  Since its been released under the federal government open data license licensing isn't an issue.
> 
> If we do nothing on the organising side then we will almost certainly get individuals importing Open Data in an ad hoc mode as has been happening in Nova Scotia recently.
> 
> My feeling is it would be better if mappers in the major cities / regions such as Toronto and Montreal took the lead for their cities / regions. 
> 
> Cheerio John
> 
> 
> 
> Alasia, Alessandro (STATCAN) wrote on 2018-11-01 2:06 PM:
>> Released today!  / Diffusée aujourd’hui 
>> Share with your networks ! / Partagez avec vos réseaux !
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>> ***(EN)
>> Open Building Data: an exploratory initiative
>> This exploratory initiative aims at enhancing the use and harmonization of open building data from government sources for the purpose of contributing to the creation of a complete, comprehensive and open database of buildings in Canada. The outcome of this exploratory work is a first version of the Open Database of Buildings (ODB), a centralized and harmonized repository of building data made available under the Open Government License - Canada.
>> This initiative originates from insights taken from the Statistics Canada pilot project on data crowdsourcing, which used OpenStreetMap as a platform for integrating data on building footprints. In addition to the possible benefits of crowdsourcing, that project highlighted the potential of integrating open data from municipal, regional, and provincial governments to meet the needs of official statistics.
>> In its current version (version 1.0), the ODB contains approximately 4.3 million building footprints. 
>> https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/open-building-data/index
>> Open Database of Buildings (ODB),
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>> *** (FR)
>> Données ouvertes sur les immeubles : une initiative exploratoire
>> Cette initiative exploratoire vise à accroître l'utilisation et l'harmonisation des données ouvertes sur les immeubles provenant de sources gouvernementales en vue de contribuer à la mise en œuvre d'une base de données complète, exhaustive et ouverte sur les immeubles au Canada. Le travail exploratoire a mené à la création d'une première version de la Base de données ouverte sur les immeubles (BDOI), un référentiel centralisé et harmonisé des données sur les immeubles rendu public en vertu de la Licence du gouvernement ouvert du Canada.
>> Cette initiative est fondée sur les leçons tirées du projet pilote de Statistique Canada sur l'approche participative en matière de données, qui avait employé OpenStreetMap comme plateforme d'intégration des données sur les empreintes d'immeubles. En plus des avantages potentiels de l'approche participative, ce projet a mis en lumière la possibilité d'intégrer les données ouvertes des administrations publiques municipales, régionales et provinciales afin de répondre aux besoins en matière de statistiques officielles.
>> Dans sa version actuelle (version 1.0), la BDOI contient environ 4,3 millions d'empreintes d'immeubles.
>> https://www.statcan.gc.ca/fra/donnees-ouvertes-immeubles/index
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>> Base de données ouverte sur les immeubles (BDOI)
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>>  
>> Alessandro Alasia 
>> Chief | Chef
>> Data Exploration and Integration Lab (DEIL) | Lab pour l’exploration et l’intégration de données (LEID)
>> Center for Special Business Projects | Centre des Projets Spéciaux sur les entreprises
>> Statistics Canada | Statistique Canada
>> alessandro.alasia at canada.ca / (613) 796-6049
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