State of the Map US 2012 Keynote

Eec967b23f805cdbf09eeb8095fdaade?s=47 SteveC
October 13, 2012

State of the Map US 2012 Keynote

My keynote from SoTM US 2012 in Portland

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SteveC

October 13, 2012
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  1. OpenStreetMap Steve Coast October 13, 2012

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  8. 225+ people 60+ talks World-wide audience

  9. Part of a Tradition

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  23. Me underdog!

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  37. Vision;The world’s most up to date, complete and universal map.

    Oh, and Free.
  38. Global

  39. Local

  40. Detailed

  41. Community

  42. Growing

  43. Routable

  44. Lifesaving

  45. I am currently in Port Au Prince with the Fairfax

    County Urban Search & Rescue Team (USA-1) out of Fairfax, VA, USA. I wish there was a way that I can express to you properly how important your OSM files were to us.
  46. Haiti - January 12, 2010

  47. Haiti - January 14, 2010

  48. Haiti - January 26, 2010

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  54. OSM’s best year yet

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  56. There is a chance that the 850,000th user will sign

    up during SotM US!
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  59. Me Nick Bostrom!

  60. Nick Bostrom

  61. One has to be true; 1. The human species is

    very likely to go extinct before reaching a “posthuman” stage 2. Any posthuman civilization is extremely unlikely to run a significant number of simulations of their evolutionary history (or variations thereof) 3. We are almost certainly living in a computer simulation.
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  65. gamertag: stevecoast

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  70. Sorry, it’s all a simulation

  71. OSM as legacy • As project grows, push new boundaries

    • Data model • Servers • Talks • SotM • OSMF
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  73. OSMF • Data vs community • Top down vs bottom

    up • Design direction vs waiting for code
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  79. rap interlude http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0nERTFo-Sk

  80. OSMF is just not set up to help certain sections

    of the community
  81. OSMCUC 2013 • OpenStreetMap Commercial Users Conference • Address the

    specific needs of those adopting or looking to adopt OSM • A forum to share opportunities and challenges
  82. osmcuc.com

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  84. osmcuc.com

  85. There isn’t a mapping company on the planet left not

    doing something with OSM
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  91. Addressing is the blocker

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  93. Addressing! Woof!

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  97. Encourage local mapping, always local mapping.

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  99. Free & Open Tradeoff Free & Open Proprietary $0, put

    up with quality $BIG, very consistent
  100. OODA Primer • Observe –Look around, look at the KPIs,

    what’s happening? • Orient –How does it fit my mental model? • Decide –Make the choice • Act –Enact that choice
  101. Naïve OODA O O D A

  102. Naïve OODA + Feedback O O D A

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  104. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

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  108. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  109. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  110. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  111. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  112. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  113. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  114. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  115. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  116. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  117. Loop Speed Fast tracking ensures situation tracking

  118. Loop Speed Tighter loop than competition means “certain to win”

  119. Maps Change Continuously • Map data & attributes change 24x7x365

    • Typical commercial checkpoints are 3/6/12 months
  120. OpenStreetMaps Change Continuously • OpenStreetMap data & attributes change 24x7x365

    • Checkpoints are typically minutely/hourly
  121. Map OSM MM PMV

  122. Map Coupling Expense/Age Quality OSM PMV Price

  123. Map Coupling Expense/Age Quality OSM PMV Price

  124. Map Coupling Expense/Age Quality OSM PMV Price

  125. Why CCBySA? • Forces a return on investment • Levels

    expectations • Strong history • Don’t want the jigsaw problem • Monetizable vs elsewhere chunking
  126. Why ODbL? • Three pillars • Contract, License, Copyright •

    Clarify use cases • Mashup points on a map • Cartography vs Data
  127. ODbL yay win etc

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  129. Not just a dataset

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  138. NOT TO SCALE

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  147. fin