[OSM-talk] Howto calibrate aerial images for OpenStreetMap?

Andy Robinson (blackadder-lists) ajrlists at googlemail.com
Mon Oct 26 13:41:12 GMT 2009

Take a look at how the 1:25,000 UK mapping is being rectified. Link on that
out of copyright page you quoted.



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>How can I calibrate aerial photos or old maps?
>If someone has experience with his own aerial imagery or old (out of
>copyright) maps please share your experience.
>I looked on OSM wiki and there is really little, almost none
>information on how to do this.
>I'm about to get some aerial photos that a friend of mine who is a
>pilot will donate them to OSM.
>I looked on WIKI:
>but there is says that there is a help section on gpsu.co.uk website
>that has instruction for calibrating bitmap images. I don't see it
>anywhere on that site :(
>Any help is much appreciated.
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