Yes, it is possible to use OpenStreetMap (not “OpenStreetsMaps”) data and services in various applications and projects. OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative project that provides free, open-source geographic data and mapping to anyone who wants to use it. Here’s how you can use OpenStreetMap data:
You can browse and explore OpenStreetMap data directly on the OpenStreetMap website. This is useful for getting an overview of the data and for finding specific locations.
OpenStreetMap provides APIs that allow developers to access OSM data programmatically. The most commonly used b2b API integration is the Overpass API, which lets you query OSM data based on specific criteria.