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"With Open Street Map, I download it, make cartographic edits and hopefully I have made it better for the next user."Meanwhile, traditional navigation companies are also reaching out to users for help on data.For instance, Nokia kicked off a pilot project at the University of California at Berkeley to collect traffic information through GPS-enabled cellphones.GARMIN have either been hacked or seem to have somebody working on their chatline that is passing phone number etc. Cannot contact GARMIN until Monday morning as this happened late Friday afternoon.Becker GPS devices are preloaded with maps of the Great Britain area and are rarely used outside of Great Britain.
But digital maps of Rome and Venice for his Garmin GPS device cost almost 0."Users get access to the underlying data and not just a picture of the maps."Consumer map data is currently a duopoly split between two mapping providers: Nokia's Navteq and Tom Tom's Tele Atlas. were not using them until recently, but now there are i Phone apps based on it."Getting Open Street Map is easier on some devices than others.The two provide the mapping data that powers almost all commercial map applications and devices. In Garmin systems, it's as simple as taking one of the available maps and dropping it into a folder on the device.But a wiki suggests a fix for Open Street Map and Tom Tom."It's really hard to mess up your GPS doing this," says Owings."And if you have questions you can always ask the community to help you out." Owings says he loaded maps of Ecuador on his Garmin unit in about 30 minutes.