Transform OpenStreetMap PBF Data with FME
OpenStreetMap PBF (protocolbuffer binary format) was created using Google’s protocol buffer toolkit to help make OSM datasets easier and faster to read and share. The new OSM binary format design will help to support future flexibility and scalability with new software platforms.
FME is a one-stop shop for your data conversion needs. Open your .osm.pbf files and use any of the available transformers to manipulate your data precisely for your needs. FME supports over 400 file formats supported including:
- Shapefile (.shp)
- OpenStreetMap (.osm)
- Adobe PDF (.pdf)
- MapBox MBTiles (.mbtiles)
- and many more
There are infinite possibilities for your data to be transformed, optimized, and converted!
See if Your Format is Supported
The table below outlines how OpenStreetMap (OSM) PBF is supported by our different FME products, and on which platform(s) the reader and/or writer runs.
|FME Desktop||FME Server||FME Cloud||Windows 64-bit||Linux||Mac|
|Reader||Professional Edition & Up|