[Talk-GB] Mapillary geoJSON data

Jez Nicholson jez.nicholson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 4 11:38:28 UTC 2019


My first thought is recycling points. My second is (related to the
quarterly project) solar panels.

On Thu, Jul 4, 2019 at 10:39 AM Gareth L <o.i at live.co.uk> wrote:

> Mapillary imagery is readily available in the iD editor and also the
> traffic sign detections data that they derive from it. Their computer
> vision efforts also detect a plethora of other items, to varying levels of
> accuracy on detection and triangulation.
>
> They recently wrote a blog post about how they allow access to the data
> sets derived from the imagery, which is free for non-commercial direct to
> OSM use, although they charge it out to other companies.
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> The blog post is
> https://blog.mapillary.com/update/2019/05/23/map-features-in-openstreetmap.html
> which also explains how to access it in GeoJSON form or using pic4review.
>
> And the item detections that they support are listed here:
> https://www.mapillary.com/developer/api-documentation/#points
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> As mapillary’s content gets older, i believe it’s possible to request the
> results from only imagery in a specified time period, hopefully eliminating
> stale results.
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> The blog post does say that they’re trialling parts of the data with
> certain osm communities before making it more widely available for OSM
> contributors. At the moment, specific geoJSON data needs to be requested
> through an organization account.
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> I personally found the pic4review task which helped refine tags for
> benches having a backrest very satisfying.
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> What specific use cases can you think of for this?
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> Gareth
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