Wednesday, March 28, 2007

City-wide online green map

Ivor and I have been meeting recently with various groups who are interested in contributing to a city-wide green map. CSV already have a printed map of Hartcliffe and Withywood. Sustainable Southville are about to publish both a printed and online map of Southville and Bedminster. GreenBristol recently printed a map of Lawrence Hill in East Bristol. We will meet Keith Reay of the Chemistry Set on Thursday. Keith and others are interested in mapping Easton.

We hope that, together with Bristol Wireless, we can use Google maps and open layers to produce a multi-layered map of the whole city. Users will be able to upload their own multi-media content (eg photos/movies/audio) to any point on the map. Furthermore, we intend to make it accessible via mobile phone - including the uploaded photos/movies!

1 comment:

Julie said...

GreenBristol recently printed a map of Lawrence Hill in East Bristol.
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