Surveillance under Surveillance shows you cameras and guards — watching you — almost everywhere. You can see where they are located and, if the information is available, what type they are, the area they observe, or other interesting facts.
Different icons and colors give you a quick overview about the indexed surveillance entries. Click on those icons on the map to get the available information.
Surveillance under Surveillance uses data from OpenStreetMap contributors that is not visualized on the regular OpenStreetMap site. If you like to add new cameras or guards or if you like to revise existing entries use your existing OSM account or create a new one.
Our database is updated once an hour. So it might take a while until your OSM entries are visible on the Surveillance under Surveillance map.
These are the most common key/value combinations to describe a surveillance node at OpenStreetMap:
Besides contributing to OpenStreetMap feel free to fork this project on GitLab.
Visit the following sites about surveillance related topics: