Mapillary is the street-level imagery platform that uses computer vision to fix the world’s maps.
Who we are
Mapillary brings together a global network of contributors who want to make the world accessible to everyone by visualizing
the world and building better maps. Anyone can join and collect street-level images, using simple tools like
smartphones or action cameras. With computer vision, we connect images across time and space to create
immersive street-level views and extract map data.
Mapillary was founded in 2013 with the goal of making street-level
imagery and map data available to everyone.
Mapillary members have contributed hundreds of millions of images in countries all over the world.
We believe that people and organizations working together in the open is the best way
to collect, visualize and understand data about our world. Mapillary is not tied to any
particular mapping platform and is based on the idea of people and organizations
with various motives sharing data and helping each other.
Our team’s mission is to build technology and tools to help understand the world’s places
through images and make this data available. We want everyone to be able to use our data to
make better maps, create a safer traffic environment, develop our cities, visualize places
and stories, and help people in vulnerable places.
Read our founding manifesto
The Mapillary team is distributed and asynchronous. People work where they want, when they want — from the Pacific to the Australian Eastern time zone.
With headquarters in Malmö and subsidiaries in New York and Graz, the place where work really happens is our global virtual office.
211 30 Malmö
134 North 4th Street
Brooklyn NY 11249-3296
The easiest way to get in touch is to email us.