Mapillary Showcase

Learn how organizations like yours are using street-level images combined with powerful tools and computer vision to automate manual workflows, engage users and citizens, and make better maps.

Geospatial Services and GIS NGOs and Community Engagement Maps & Navigation Location Based Services
Survey roads and infrastructure from a distance
World Bank Transportation and ICT group
Industry

Infrastructure Development

Equipment

Android, mounted on car windscreen

Profile

The World Bank Transportation and ICT group works with local contractors in Southwestern China to capture imagery for a rural accessibility project. The contractors are required to use the Mapillary app as they drive the road network, so the World Bank team in Washington DC can evaluate the environment and road conditions remotely. As development work progresses and more images are uploadd, The World Bank can use Mapillary’s comparison feature to observe changes over time.

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Import existing road imagery
VicRoads, Australia
Industry

Transportation

Equipment

Professional capture by ARRB (https://www.arrb.com.au/home.aspx)

Profile

VicRoads, the transportation authority of the state of Victoria, Australia, surveys its 22,500 kilometer road network every two years. With a professional grade ARRB (https://www.arrb.com.au/home.aspx) rig, VicRoads is able to capture information about road quality, surfacing, reflectivity, and more. As part of an open data effort, Mapillary imported terabytes of VicRoads' imagery data, processed it and made it available through a web viewer for easy access and distribution.

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Showcase parks with virtual trails
Westchester County GIS, USA
Industry

Parks

Equipment

Iphone, taken on foot

Profile

Westchester County GIS captured imagery of trails using mobile phones to create immersive, interactive hikes in major parks. The imagery was embedded into an ArcGIS story map so visitors can navigate and explore park trails online.

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Save time on asset inventory with virtual inspections
Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, USA
Industry

Public Works

Equipment

IPhone, mounted on car windscreenGeo

Profile

Los Angeles County Department of Public Works uses Mapillary to keep its database of traffic signs updated across 3,200 miles of road. Road inspectors drive out every month to check for broken or vandalized signs, but full inventory is only conducted once every one or two years. With Mapillary, inspectors capture road views as they drive out each month. Images are uploaded to Mapillary directly after each drive and traffic sign data is automatically extracted within hours.

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Create virtual tours off the beaten path
Faroe Island Tourism Board
Industry

Tourism

Equipment

Giroptic, mounted on car roof

Profile

The Tourism Board of Faroe Islands were looking to create Street View across the island as a promotional campaign. Mapillary image-mapped the island with simple equipment and a small crew, creating fresh and beautiful street-level imagery within a week.

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Match images to parcels for land registration and appraisals
Bruce Harris & Associates
Industry

Property and Land Use Surveys

Equipment

Multiple Sony Action Cams

Profile

Bruce Harris, a leading provider of GIS solutions an appraisal support, offers a Mapillary integration within its Paperless Reappraisal System. With the Mapillary add-on, the tax assessor's office can pull up street-level imagery directly in the assessment worklow. Brice Harris offers capture services to ensure that imagery used for appraisal or zoning remains fresh.

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Capture imagery as a reference for design and development
Chicago Metropolitan Planning Council
Industry

Planning

Equipment

LG360, mounted on a skimmer, captured by WSP-Parsons Brinckerhoff

Profile

In preparation for Chicago River Day in May 2017, the Chicago Metropolitan Planning Council worked with WSP-Parsons Brinckerhoff to capture 360 imagery of the length of the Chicago River. The imagery will be used to a supplement a digital city model to bring people to and excite them about the river.

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Drive engagement across agencies and citizens
City of Helsingborg, Sweden
Industry

Open Data

Equipment

Professional capture by WSP Sweden

Profile

The City of Helsingborg has published over 1 millions images professional captured of the city streets as part of an open data campaign - OpenHelsingborg. The images are available on Mapillary.com for easy viewing and device, and can be downloaded by citizens, agencies, and other cities for any use.

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Empower citizens to provide input on projects
City of Johns Creek GA
Industry

Citizen engagement

Equipment

Garmin Virbs on city vehicles

Profile

The City of Johns Creek uses Mapillary for traffic sign inventory. As a side benefit, the GIS team found that the collected imagery was useful for showcasing transportation projects that were up for votes. The GIS team created an ArcGIS Story Map to give citizens a way to navigate through the photos.

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