Overview

State of the Map 2017 is taking place from August 18th to 20th 2017 in Aizuwakamatsu, Japan. Meet us at Aizuwakamatsu City Cluture Center.

We are scheduling social event at Saturday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. The event take place in Tsurugajo castle hall aka "Tsurukan". This year OSM Awards ceremony is in this event.

  • Friday, August 18th: Join us for day one of State of the Map. 20-Min sessions and lightning talks is scheduled. Details of the talks are below.
  • Saturday, August 19th: We move to day two of State of the Map. An OSM award is scheduled in addition to the 20-Min sessions. Our scheduled program of talks is below.
  • Sunday, August 20th: The third and final day of State of the Map will focus on workshops and sharing knowledge. Together we'll discover the next great thing in mapping and hacking but please be kind to our network (bandwidth currently unconfirmed). Some of the lightning talks is scheduled on this day as well.

Optional Photo

How about optional pictures to record that you came to Aizuwakamatsu? We will shoot group photos with Tsuruga castle as background at the Saturday morning. This shooting area is an off limit area, we have special permission.

Optional tour

We will be having an optional tour of the Fukushima Prefectural Museum at Sunday 3:45 pm. Let's touch the history and culture of Fukushima.

Breakout sessions

Throughout the three days of State of the Map we will have a number of rooms set aside for breakout sessions (formally know as "Birds of a feather" sessions).

Some of these will be bookable spaces that you can sign up to host whilst there, others are free spaces - an ideal place where small groups would want to work together, coding a new feature of OpenStreetMap software or collaborating on documentation and guides.

Already have some ideas of what to use these spaces for? Find out how to share your ideas with the OpenStreetMap community.

Fancy a bit of sight-seeing? We are hoping to confirm a Tour of Fukushima museum.

Our program

We've got an amazing program of talks and workshops lined up for you. The difficult bit is deciding which track to go to. All the info on the talks is provided below.

Friday
OSM in Aizuwakamatsu city: Construction of a hazard map • Jun Meguro, OSM Fukushima
Mobile app development with routing and voice navigation • Taro Matsuzawa, Georepublic
How to build up an OSM Community • Anisa Kuci, Open Labs
Talking with the map • Nir Yariv
Lightning talks • Numerous
Mapping with a time dimension • Daan van Ramshrost, Map of Humanity
Lightning talks • Numerous
New opportunities for understanding the ancient coastline • Georgia Marina Andreou, Cornell University
A navigable OSM map of Canada? Sooner than you think! • Frederic Julien, Brian Lau, Martijn van Exel, Telenav
Challenges in geonames and address extraction • Stefan Keller, HSR Geometa Lab
High precision mapping with streetlevel imagery • Oindrila Gupta, Mapbox
One road goes a long way: measuring the impact of maps on fighting FGM in Tanzania • Egle Marija Ramanauskaite, Human Computation Institute
Jungle Bus: Public transport networks mapping made easy • Florian Lainez, OpenStreetMap France
Totsukawa: After the heavy rainfall disaster • Yuichiro Nishimura, OSMFJ, OSGeoJP, Nara Women's University
Validating OpenStreetMap • Arun Ganesh, Mapbox
Before maturity comes puberty • Ilya Zverev, MAPS.ME
OSM history analysis using big data technology • Martin Raifer, Heidelberg University
The diagrams of OpenStreetMap • Harry Wood, OSMF Working groups
Analyzing positional accuracy of pois using spatial association rule learning • Alireza Kashian, Center for Disaster Manangement @ University of Melbourne
Challenges of open data in Japanese public transport • Masaki Ito, The University of Tokyo

Saturday

Taking on responsibility for OSM data • Daniel Kastl, Georepublic
Senegal: Extending the use of of OpenStreetMap • Mohamet Lamine NDIAYE, Openstreetmap Senegal
MapRoulette: One million corrections and beyond • Martijn van Exel
The Sri Lankan government and OSM • S Suthakaran, World Bank
AI-assisted road tracing for OpenStreetMap • Drishtie Patel, Ming Gao, Facebook
Vehicle position visualization project in heavy snow zone • 西本浩幸, 株式会社デザイニウム
Open source street addresses • Doug Rinckes, Google
OSM Bangladesh: Bringing scattered OSM activities under single platform • Ahasanul Hoque, OpenStreetMap Bangladesh Community
Hackers Against Natural Disasters • Gael Musquet, Loïc Ortola, OpenStreetMap
Solving challenges using street level imagery in India • Shravan Shah, Mapillary
京都と東京の月間マッピングパーティー • Yasunari Yamashita
Mapping efforts in an unsurveyed land: Koorachundu village panchayat experience • Jaisen Nedumpala, Swathanthra Malayalam Computing (SMC)
Global traffic with OSRM • Daniel Patterson, Mapbox
Effort of contribution of OSM Niger • Samaila Alio Mainassara, OpenStreetMap Niger
OpenStreetMap Carto • Paul Norman
State of the CrisisMapping in Japan • Taichi FURUHASHI, Aoyama Gakuin Univ./ CrisisMappers JAPAN

Sunday

Lightning talks • Numerous
Introduction to OSM: Mapping with iD editor and JOSM • Sidorela Uku, Open Labs Hackerspace Tirana
A new platform for scalable error detection • Matthieu Nahoum, Mike Gostintsev, Michael Cuthbert and Kelsey Reinking, Apple
Local Chapter congress • Martijn van Exel, OSMF
Navigation mapping workshop • Arun Ganesh, Mapbox
Bookable spaces • Your name here
Validating the map • Manohar Erikipati, Mapbox
Open source routing engines for OpenStreetMap: An overview • Frederik Ramm, Geofabrik
Role and participation of women in OSM: How GeoChicas was created • Selene Yang Rappaccioli, GeoChicas (OSM Latam Women's Group)
Using image detections in map editing • Edoardo Neerhut, Mapillary
Rethinking binary map data exchange formats • Andrew Byrd, Conveyal LLC
Bookable spaces • Your name here