Open bike data and maps are part of the solution towards more bike-friendly cities. The good thing is… you as a citizen can help improve these data and maps!
On July 21st, Open Knowledge Belgium is organizing in partnership with the Brussels-Capital Region and OpenStreetMap Belgium, a full-day event of talks and workshops on how to create, edit and share open bike data and maps with OpenStreetMap. This event aims to gather all different actors in the fields of open bike data and maps and is absolutely open to everyone who wants to learn more about these topics.
Come and join us to learn, meet and discuss the power of open knowledge!
This event is organized by Open Knowledge Belgium, in partnership with the Brussels-Capital Region and OpenStreetMap Belgium, as part of its open Summer of code 2017. Open Summer of Code is a 4-week program in July during which development, design, business and communication students transform open innovation projects into powerful real-world services.
During this year’s edition of open Summer of code, 2 student teams will be working for the Brussels-Capital Region on the integration and validation of open bike data in OpenStreetMap and the development of a mobile website for the Brussels cycling network. Both projects will also be presented on July 21st. See you then!
Provisional agenda available on EventBrite : https://openbikedatamapping.eventbrite.com/