Tag: mapping

Article round up – March

For this month’s article roundup, we’ve focused on some articles of interest around the theme of movement, concentrating on scheduling, mapping, routing and resource allocation. ‘How to Manage Scheduling Software Fairly’ was published by the Harvard Business Review in September last year but is an excellent read and pertinent to our discussions around scheduling journeys. …

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OSM updates improve the accuracy of maps in Iraq

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative mapping effort that relies on crowdsourced data to create freely available, editable maps of the world. Volunteers add and edit information about transport links, buildings, points of interest, land usage and much more. We’re really excited about recent updates, especially to towns and cities across Iraq. It can be hard …

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