OpenStreetMap

Support for www.openBmap.org?

Posted by Hawkeye on 19 February 2012 in English (English)

Hi

I have been looking at other 'open' projects today. There is a good list of citizen science projects at www.scistarter.com

Unfortunately, it's surprising how many 'open' projects don't release their data as open data.

I did find a great project called openBmap, which is currently looking for support to keep its open project going (yes, really 'open' under odbl).

www.openbmap.org collects info on phone signal coverage - allowing you to see the best operators etc in your area. They also collect wifi data.

Best of all, they use OpenStreetMap as a baselayer on maps!

Hope someone can support this truly open project. Perhaps as a sister project?

Comment from b166er on 19 February 2012 at 18:25

yes, it's rly good project, i'm already member over 1 year

Comment from SunCobalt on 19 February 2012 at 21:38

I am a member since some weeks and I like the project. I have visualised the cell stations in Germany and France for myself.
http://openbmap.osm4people.org/
http://openbmap.osm4people.org/index_fr.html
The "measuremt point" overlay in the German map is from OpenCellID since I can not deal with the raw measurement data from openBmap due to the lack of programming skills. Maybe I will update the map more often when it becomes clear, that the project survives.

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