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Creating Global Activity Specific Maps

July 03, 2019 1 min read

Creating Global Activity Specific Maps

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Andy Allan, the owner and founder of Thunder Forest, talks about how he got involved with the OpenStreetMap project and ended up creating activity specific maps at a global scale. We also discuss what it takes to make and update maps of the world and the opportunities in the digital mapping space as well as what the future might look like.

 

 

           

   

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