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Update and enhance maps with details from street-level imagery
Access imagery all over the world and get new coverage where you need, fast. Mapillary integrates with OpenStreetMap editors, HERE Map Creator, and your custom tools to add details to the map.
Visualizing locations
Navigate among street-level imagery to virtually “look around” in places and see details that are only visible on the ground.

The Mapillary viewer brings imagery directly to your mapping or GIS tools.

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Roads and navigation
Improve navigation and routing by enhancing the map with speed limits, turn restrictions, parking and stopping information, and road details (such as surface, number of lanes, road type and condition).

Mapillary detects traffic signs automatically to speed up the mapping process.

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Buildings and points of interest
Get a ground-level look at buildings to add information about the purpose of the building (such as business or residential) and details about addresses, entrances, and building structure.

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Infrastructure and amenities
Use imagery and automatically extracted features to map objects such as street lamps, utility poles, and fire hydrants, as well as amenities like post boxes, waste baskets, benches, and bicycle parking.

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Why Mapillary?
Frequent updates
Millions of new images available every day, all over the world. Request coverage from specific areas or capture your own.
More details
See things from the ground level that are not visible from satellite or aerial imagery.
Scaling up
Ramp up the mapping process by using automatically extracted map data.
Increased data quality
Visual reference lets you validate map edits and resolve conflicting information to ensure the quality of your maps.
Start accessing imagery and map data
Mapillary is a neutral platform for street-level images and map data, untied to any particular map provider.
We’re committed to building a global service for everyone.