Some presenters also provided papers on their work, which are collected in the conference proceedings. Download them here (beware, 16.7mb) and check out all the background information, details on the methodology and literature references.
The proceedings include the following papers:
- OpenStreetMap: Just a Database, or Catalyst for Cartographic Revolution (Steve Chilton)
- Usability of Editors: What to Improve? (Patrick Weber, Catherine Emma Jones)
GEMMA – Making Maps Even Easier (Oliver O’Brien, Steven Gray, Andrew Hudson-Smith)
- OSMatrix – Grid-based Analysis and Visualization of OpenStreetMap (Oliver Roick, Julian Hagenauer, Alexander Zipf)
- OSMonto – An Ontology of OpenStreetMap Tags (Mihai Codescu, Gregor Horsinka, Oliver Kutz, Till Mossakowski, Rafaela Rau)
- Projected Hill Map – Between Virtual-Reality and Physical Models (Gregory Marler)
- OpenWebGlobe SDK – An Open Source High-Performance Virtual Globe SDK for Open Maps (Martin Christen, Stephan Nebiker)
- Mobile Augmented Geo Data Visualization Based on Open Street Map (Alexander Erifiu, Harald Rieser and Gerald Ostermayer)
- Modeling Railways in OSM: From 2D to 1D (Berend Schotanus)
- OpenStreetMap For Traffic Simulation (Michael Zilske, Andreas Neumann, Kai Nagel)
- Evaluating Urban Traffic Congestion Using OpenStreetMap and Sparse Public Transport Data (Andrei Bejan)
- Using Open Street Map (OSM) for Logistics and Planning: A Case Study (Ben Abelshausen)
A big thanks to all authors!