Ahasanul Hoque

Ahasanul Hoque

Lives in Bangladesh
Ahasanul Hoque

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OSM Based Android Apps for Mapping

April 22, 2017 | GeoTechnology, OpenStreetMap(OSM) | by aHaSaN

Though there are a significant numbr of apps are available for tracking, routing, navigation, POI saving but OpenStreetMap based are more useful than others interms of licene, freedom and customization. Below are a short detail of few OSM based mapping app for android  OSM Tracker One of the key apps, is something that can track […]

State of the Map Asia 2016 Conference: Sharing experience

October 30, 2016 | OpenStreetMap(OSM) | by aHaSaN

It has been a great experience attending the State of the Map Asia 2016 Conference as a open data and geospatial expert from Bangladesh in Manila, Philippines in 1-2 October 2016 where I met many sharp international colleagues, friends, experienced veterans of geospatial field, specialists in various geospatial disciplines, open street map and GIS practitioners […]

HOT activation workshop in Jakarta; How was it !!!

October 8, 2015 | Disaster Management | by aHaSaN

  HOT supports the collaborative map for emergency response while any disaster strike anywhere in the world. With time HOT has been speeding its wings in humanitarian arena from community development, partnering with different agencies, technical tools and platform development. Like the great collaborative mapping project tool Tasking manger HOT also developed HOT Training center […]

OpenAerialMap will lessen the tension of humanitarian image sharing

October 6, 2015 | Geospatial & Environmental Job | by aHaSaN

As a disaster manager or GIS and remotesensing expert you will easily accept how much it is difficult to collect, manage the remote sensing data (either aerialmaps or satellite images), during emergency. These remote sensing data is valuable in detecting and mapping many types of natural hazards when, as is often the case, detailed descriptions of their […]

10 years of OpenStreetMap

March 24, 2015 | Geospatial & Environmental Job | by aHaSaN

In 2004 one man set out with a bicycle and a GPS recorder. Back then creating a map of the world from scratch seemed crazy to many people, but even so, people joined the effort. A few people at first, but 10 years later OpenStreetMap has grown to a global community with over 1.7 million […]

Routing on OpenStreetMap.org

March 23, 2015 | Geospatial & Environmental Job | by aHaSaN

Good news for OpenStreetMap: the main website now has A-to-B routing (directions) built in to the homepage! This will be huge for the OSM project. Kudos to Richard Fairhurst and everyone who helped get this up and running. You might be thinking, “Why would this be huge? Isn’t it just a feature that other map websites […]