Search for space and explore all spatial elements
supermarkets, healthcare, restaurants, museums municipalities, neighborhoods trainstations, busstops farmland, forrests, water emergencies, offices, crimes shopping, officebuildings income < 1500 age > 55 buildingyear < 1900
Combine spatial search criteria. First find locations within 1000 meter from schools. Choose 'AND' and search for coffeeshops to show where these spatial elements are (too) close to each other!
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You can download the shown datasets as Shapefile or DXF. Just press 'download' next to a dataset and fill in your email address.
OSCity believes in the power of being open. If parties think they can claim ownership and rights with concern to the data, please let us know.
Search for space in proximity ofhelp
Soon we''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''ll launch our new spatial search engine based on natural language. At the beginning of March you can search through space with simple queries like campings near water, biking trails through forests or rentals with price < 1000 near green etc. The results will be immediately visualized!
We hope it will make GIS analysis available for non-experts and generate more value from open data.
a special version of installation ''Cloud Factory'' can been seen in Droog Hotel 22/01 to 02/03. For more information visit DesignColumn
Cloud Factory was created as part of the program "Made By Us" by the New Institute and The Mobile City. As part of the Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale for Architecture and Urbanism it explores the possible roles of digital technology in city-making. The Cloud Factory - among two other contributions by Monobanda and Sander Veenhof invites the public to experience, explore and rethink the Guangdong glass factory - the venue of the biennale in a interactive way.
OSCITY is honoured with the support of the Dutch Fund for the Creative Industry. In the coming months OSCITY will be expanded to create a platform where spatial problems and initiatives are connected with the latest geo information technology, open data, WIKI and Open Source. The first start of everything spatial; Dutch and beyond.
More information: www.stimuleringsfonds.nl/nl/toekenningen/oscity