Dear Armstrong, please be aware that Oleksiy is no native english speaker. In
his culture and language that is probably not what he is saying.
Milo van der Linden
On April 11, 2018 3:21:17 AM GMT+02:00, "Jack Armstrong dan...@sprynet.com"
>Are you saying you think an aviation accident could have been avoided
>if OSM data was better? I've been an air traffic controller for 38
>years. Aviation hazards, such as towers at airports, are well charted
>on navigational charts and airport diagrams which pilots are required
>to use. A pilot would never use OSM as a means of avoiding ground
>hazards at an airport. Besides, this particular accident happened at
>10:00 A.M. local time, meaning it was daylight. The vast majority of
>aviation accidents are the result of pilot error. If a helicopter pilot
>allows his rotor blades to collide with a clearly visible object, that
>is negligence on the captain's part.
>>From: Oleksiy Muzalyev <oleksiy.muzal...@bluewin.ch>
>>Sent: Apr 10, 2018 3:44 PM
>>To: Talk Openstreetmap <email@example.com>
>>Subject: [OSM-talk] today's tragic helicopter accident in Bavaria
>>There was an helicopter accident at the airport Flugplatz
>>Haßfurt-Schweinfurt. One man from the ground staff was killed by
>>when helicopter's propeller blades touched the control tower.
>>On the news video  and on the aerial image of the airport  it is
>>clearly visible that the tower building is not in the same row with
>>other buildings, it is a bit outstanding.
>>This tower was not mapped neither on the Google maps, nor on the OSM.
>>mapped it by now on the OSM:
>>https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/50.01720/10.52705 with the tag:
>>tower:type=aircraft_control, which has got a nice map icon.
>>In general, towers, not only aircraft_control, but also communication,
>>and others, are well visible even from far away, and could serve as
>>landmarks. That is why it makes sense to map towers.
>>With best regards,
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