Hi,

I'm totally new to OSM, and I'm trying to figure out how to map a train station. Regarding the mapping process, the transport operator I work for can provide me station maps which shows only the main walls of a floor, I thought about using it as a layer in Vespucci and go on site and edit POI and other stuff using a Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 on Android.

As I wanted to test this workflow, I tried to load an ".osm" sample I found in the french OSM wiki: http://line2soft.monespace.net/ftp/Exemple.osm

I can open this file in JOSM, but it is not possible to load it in Vespucci using "Transfer"-> "Read from a file". After the import, nothing happens, I'm a just stuck with the world map.

What's wrong with my import?
Or is there another indoor mapping process which could be a good workaround?

Thanks for your help.

Cheers

asked 27 May '15, 17:51

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edited 27 May '15, 17:53


This actually a bug report (not sure why it is turning up now given that it is from May 2015), you should open an issue here: https://github.com/MarcusWolschon/osmeditor4android/issues it seems however as if the sample file is no longer available.

BTW the next release of vespucci will have an "indoor" mode, a beta of this is likely 1-2 weeks away (see https://twitter.com/sp8962/status/791398313669103616 )

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answered 05 Nov '16, 11:39

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