[OSM-talk] DJI Fly SafeGEO ZONE MAP uses OSM data... without attribution

Gregory Marler info at nomoregrapes.com
Wed Apr 3 12:45:44 UTC 2019


I was going to provide some potential counter examples, but Grant's time
frame may be involved. My information suggestions the OSM data was captured
before Feb 2018.

North East England, UK.
This TA Centre is shown on DJI: https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/41586101
This TA Centre is not shown on DJI:
https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/77034151/history (landuse=military tag
added Feb 2018)

A good supporting example is that Ouston Airfield is mapped in multiple
landuse=military parts for the runway. Really it should be fixed in OSM as
one area, and the runways tagged differently.
https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=15/55.0223/-1.8692&layers=N


I do hope you get a reply from DJI. If not then you should forward on the
details to the DWG.

>From a safe zone,
Gregory.

On Wed, 20 Mar 2019 at 04:25, Warin <61sundowner at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 19/03/19 09:51, Nuno Caldeira wrote:
>
> Was curious where DJI managed to get a worldwide DB of polygons of
> military facilities and points of prisons, triple checked with a couple of
> other users of OSM at Telegram and with polygons i added seven years ago.
> Without a doubt its from OSM, the coordinates of the vertices matches OSM
> perfectly. The names are also the same...
>
>
> In Australia ... it does have commercial & military airports ... but no
> small airports
> military areas
> prisons
> national parks (yes some of these these are illegal unless you get special
> permission)
>
> In short .. does not do a good job if you wanted real no fly information.
>
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