[OSM-talk] talk Digest, Vol 176, Issue 2

Nuno Caldeira nunocapelocaldeira at gmail.com
Thu Apr 4 22:06:18 UTC 2019


No reply from DJI. Here's the email sent on the 18th of March 2019 at 
23:48 to:

> Hello,
> I tried to request via Twitter (here at 
> https://twitter.com/iamnunocaldeira/status/1105897635796447235) 
> without sucess, that DJI displays the mandatory OpenStreetMap 
> attribution on DJI Fly SafeGEO ZONE MAP at 
> https://www.dji.com/pt/flysafe/geo-map
> The map in questions, seems to have OpenStreetMap data, which is not 
> attributed as requested in the license as you can read on 
> https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright
>>       How to credit OpenStreetMap
>> We require that you use the credit “© OpenStreetMap contributors”.
>> You must also make it clear that the data is available under the Open 
>> Database License, and if using our map tiles, that the cartography is 
>> licensed as CC BY-SA. You may do this by linking to this copyright 
>> page <https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright>. Alternatively, and as 
>> a requirement if you are distributing OSM in a data form, you can 
>> name and link directly to the license(s). In media where links are 
>> not possible (e.g. printed works), we suggest you direct your readers 
>> to openstreetmap.org (perhaps by expanding 'OpenStreetMap' to this 
>> full address), to opendatacommons.org, and if relevant, to 
>> creativecommons.org.
>> For a browsable electronic map, the credit should appear in the 
>> corner of the map. For example:
>> Example of how to attribute OpenStreetMap on a webpage
> As a OpenStreetMap contributor, im pleased to see DJI using trusted 
> OpenStreetMap data to ensure drone users can fly safe and respecting 
> the law, however the attribution is mandatory by the license terms. 
> Please update the map to display the source of the data.
> Kind regards,
> Nuno Caldeira
> Assunto: 	Lack of compliance of DJI with OpenStreetMap data license
> Data: 	Mon, 18 Mar 2019 23:48:21 +0000
> De: 	Nuno Caldeira <nunocapelocaldeira at gmail.com>
> Para: 	marketing at dji.com, dept-ip at dji.com, Legal at dji.com, 
> inform at dji.com, us.marketing at dji.com, marketing.europe at dji.com

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>     1. Re: DJI Fly SafeGEO ZONE MAP uses OSM data... without
>        attribution (Gregory Marler)
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> Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2019 13:45:44 +0100
> From: Gregory Marler <info at nomoregrapes.com>
> To: Talk Openstreetmap <talk at openstreetmap.org>
> Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] DJI Fly SafeGEO ZONE MAP uses OSM data...
> 	without attribution
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> 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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