Routing with PostGIS and OpenStreetMap
PostgreSQL is my database of choice; skydiving is my adrenaline rush of choice!
I started my technology-heavy career in 2003 working in the professional audio industry from a computing perspective. By 2008 I had become fully immersed in the world of databases, programming, and automating away tedious data-related tasks for the office. PostGIS was the driving force behind my initial use, and eventual love, of PostgreSQL.
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Show how to easily load and prepare OpenStreetMap roads for routing. Data prep includes access control and multiple routing methods (motor, cycle, foot). This process shows a variety of intro-PostGIS concepts and functions as part of a more advanced talk in disguise. Also covers new features in osm2pgsql, the main tool used to load OSM data into PostGIS.
- 2021 October 5 15:10 SAST
- 40 min
- South Africa 2021