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Description

Mapillary is a community-led service for people who collaboratively want to visualize and understand the world with street-level photos. Anyone can contribute by taking photos of any place using our iOS or Android. Using computer vision and artificial intelligence we automatically connect images, recognize objects, and create 3D reconstructions of locations from the street-level photos for extracting geospatial data.

Mapillary also provides a set of APIs so that others can build solutions using the photos and the data extracted. There is also a viewer and widget that anyone can embed.

For businesses there are commercial solutions, including private repositories. With this any organization can have the full Mapillary service in a closed environment where only users given permission may use and access the service.

We’re happy to answer your questions about Mapillary. Drop us a line or read our blog for the latest developments and news.

Facts

  • Headquarters: Malmö, Sweden
  • Size: 24 people
  • Founded: September 2013
  • Platforms: Web, iOS, and Android

Media and Downloads

Mapillary Logos

  • Brand logo
  • Application logo
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Mapillary Apps

  • Screenshots with device
  • Plain screenshots
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Download high resolution images, Android

Mapillary Web Viewer

  • Screenshots of the web viewer highlighting some features
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Talks & Presentations

Nordic Showcase of Mapillary at Slush 2016

- December 2016

Johan Gyllenspetz: Using Mapillary to Improve OpenStreetMap

- State of The Map, Seattle, July 2016

Editing OpenStreetMap with Mapillary

- State of The Map, NYC, June 2015

Crowdsourcing Map Photos

- LDV Vision Summit, 2014

Mapillary - Street level photos for OSM, directly in iD

- State of the Map, NYC, 2015

Mapillary - The missing view of the planet

- State of the Map, Buenos Aires, 2014

Mapping the world together

- GeoInfo, Gävle, 2014