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I'd like to understand about "OSM derived part of the database" deeply. I'm going to mapping some Robot Positions to the OSM concretely. Since each Robot will remove in short period, the database for managing Robots is consisted of the following columns: longitude, latitude, address, model type, capacity of battery, installed_at (datetime) and removed_at (datetime). In this case, I think this database is Collective Database. Which of these columns are the OSM derived part of this databese?

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asked 19 Feb '18, 05:29

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".. Since each Robot will remove in short period, .." could you perhaps make that clearer?

In any case you must realize that nobody here can provide legal advice (nor would that be legal), in the end you need to make your own determination or ask your counsel for advice.

(19 Feb '18, 12:59) SimonPoole ♦

thank you very much for your comment. I'll consultation to expert and lawyer. thank you very much!

(21 Feb '18, 00:59) ikemuu

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