17th years of OpenStreetMap


On August 12, 2004, a new project entered the world of commons: OpenStreetMap.
As soon as he was born it was not easy to imagine his future, but the premises that led to his birth were very clear: to satisfy the need to have access to a free database of geospatial data with the contribution of all.
The project, as a child, immediately became a giant that made its heavy entry into the world of ICT.
Inside OpenStreetMap we find many stories to learn from, we find a huge innovation laboratory from which companies have grown up, we find stories that have changed people’s lives, brilliant ideas and much more.
Let’s walk this path together, also seeing the contributions that South Tyrol has been able to make.


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