The #GeoMob OpenStreetMap Application Challenge

If you are a start-up or small business that is building applications or services on top of OpenStreetMap, the #GeoMob OpenStreetMap Application Challenge is the competition for you.

On Friday 10th July at the State of the Map, some of the hottest location based start-ups will be competing in a rapid-fire pitch-off that’s sure to stun and amaze the crowd. Here’s the lowdown on two of the entrants:

mapme.at lets you save and display you share places you visited on holiday, the path you ran in a marathon or any of geo information with your friends. The app gives users a large number of ways to update their location, including iPhone apps and email. mapme.at also provides an API that lets developer build applications that make use of mapme.at’s unique geo-tracking capabilities.

OffMaps let’s you take your maps offline. It is the ideal companion for any iPhone and iPod Touch user, who wants to access maps when travelling abroad (and avoid data roaming charges) and who wants to have fast access to maps at all times. This app (and the icon) just has to be on the right hand side of Apple’s built-in maps app.

To enter your start-up, project or small business into the challenge and win the respect of the OpenStreetMap community, fill out this form.

Written by Nick in: Uncategorized |

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