People working together to photo map the world
124,239,455 photos 2,505,026,233 meters captured by our community
Soren Johannessen, Denmark
GIS expert and an OSM and Wikimedia contributor, passionate about the power of volunteered geographic information (VGI).
Leo Arias, Costa Rica
Free software programmer working on Ubuntu, OpenStreetMap contributor.
Nuno Caldeira, Portugal
Geographer and photographer based in Madeira Island, OSM contributor.
Shravan Shah, India
Urban researcher, active OSM contributor, organizer of Maptime and Datameet events.
Jean-Louis Zimmerman, France
Digital territory project manager in a local government in Southern France.
Elliott Plack, USA
A geographic informations systems consultant who is passionate about maps, open data, and photography.
Nicolás Alvarez, Argentina
Programmer and sysadmin from Argentina. OpenStreetMap contributor who likes the ease of mapping from photos.
Chethan Gowda, India
Data Analyst at Mapbox and OpenStreetMap contributor.
Erwin Olario, Philippines
Wanderer, wonderer, data wrangler, code wrecker, weaver of Øs and 1s.
Mzwandile Thokoane, Lesotho
Physical Planner, #MapLesotho guy, map enthusiast, Amway Business Owner.
Geoffrey Kateregga, Uganda
Regional mapping supervisor for Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team in East Africa, member of OpenStreetMap Uganda.
Rafael Echeverria, Mexico
Mobile developer and innovation consultant who loves to share what we have to offer to the world.
Tatsuhiro Miyamori, Japan
OSM contributor, fan of nature photography and historical objects.
Alexander Kleshnin, Ukraine
GIS developer, OpenStreetMap contributor, cyclist.
Jorge Echevarría, Cuba
System analyst, OSGeo Charter Member and Leader of OSM Cuba.
We’ve been privileged to partner with some fantastic organizations working on important humanitarian initiatives around the world. Together we’re photo mapping places that sorely need georeferenced data. Have a look at some of the latest partnerships below.
Mapillary’s Humanitarian Mapping Kit
Are you part of a humanitarian project that needs street-level photos? Apply for the Mapillary Humanitarian Mapping Kit and tell us more about it.