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Hello, a few weeks ago I corrected the wrong speed limit on a few sections of the route so that a service provider ,that uses OpenStreetView to evaluate my driving behavior, uses the correct database for the rating. These corrections are not yet available to the service provider yet and he refers to OpenStreetView. How long does it usually take until such corrections are available? Greetings, Frank Mirschberger

asked 02 Jul '21, 06:36

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OpenStreetView is the former name of OpenStreetCam which now is Kartaview.

I thin you probably mean OpenStreetMap, don't you?

(02 Jul '21, 08:02) TZorn

I remember there was a discussion in the German forum a few years back. Apparently, the insurance company DEVK uses OpenStreetMap data in their app Fahr Clever. But in their FAQ they indeed quote OpenStreetView as the source.

(02 Jul '21, 11:04) TZorn

Corrections in OpenStreetMap are available immediately. It's up to service providers to draw the data from the public OSM sources as they deem convenient. You need to ask that provider how often they update the data.

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answered 02 Jul '21, 08:04

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Many thanks for fast answer! I will aks the provider. Frank

(02 Jul '21, 08:14) FrankM69
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