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

Dave F davefoxfac63 at btinternet.com
Mon Mar 18 23:54:15 UTC 2019

I'm not convinced your example proves your point:



On 18/03/2019 23:21, Nuno Caldeira wrote:
> Dave, im not talking about the basemap, but about the non flying zones 
> that they imported from OSM. Example:
> DJI site: 
> https://screenshotscdn.firefoxusercontent.com/images/3bf47bbf-ccba-48a1-84a9-4493c1271f64.png
> OSM: https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/38.69295/-9.29326&layers=N
> Exactly the same polygon
> Às 23:15 de 18/03/2019, Dave F escreveu:
>> I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree - OSM is far more detailed & 
>> accurate in my locale.
>> DaveF
>> On 18/03/2019 22:51, 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...
>>> Check yourself, head to https://www.dji.com/pt/flysafe/geo-map 
>>> select your country, zoom in and check the data. Airports 
>>> restriction areas seems not to be OSM data, but from other source.
>>> Share your examples if you will.
>>> Again, sadly no attribution... tried to request via Twitter 
>>> https://twitter.com/iamnunocaldeira/status/1105897635796447235 .... 
>>> silent as in moon why would they reply to a contributor blah. The 
>>> Pandora box has been opened with exceptions about the attribution, 
>>> if other don't attribute, why would they?
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