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Overture Maps | Sep 15, 2023

Building Interoperable Map Data, Adding Unique IDs

The goal of the Overture Maps Foundation is to build interoperable open map data for anyone needing enterprise-quality map data to build map services. To make that happen, the highest quality open geospatial data sources must be conflated, combining data sets from various community, government, and private sources into unified…

Overture Maps | Sep 6, 2023

Webinar Recap – Working With Overture Data: A Step-by-Step Guide 

Overture Maps recently hosted an informative webinar titled "Working With Overture Data: A Step-by-Step Guide" featuring a core member of the Overture team – Jennings Anderson, Ph.D., Research Scientist at Meta. The webinar covered Overture's initial data release which came out in late July, the decision to adopt the cloud-native…

Overture Maps | Jul 26, 2023

Overture Maps Foundation Releases Its First World-Wide Open Map Dataset

Initial dataset establishes a baseline for four important layers of open map data, including newly released open data for nearly 60 million places worldwide. 

Marc Prioleau | Jul 6, 2023

Overture Maps Foundation at the 2023 Esri User Conference – Public-Private Partners for Open Map Data Development

Next week, I am headed to the Esri User Conference in San Diego. I am looking forward to talking about Overture Maps and how the project can support open mapping initiatives from national, state, and local GIS agencies.    As a member of  Overture Maps Foundation, Esri has been a great…

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