Images and data for OpenStreetMap
Enrich your mapping with detailed data collection and editing in iD and JOSM.
Capture your drives, walks, and bike rides.
All images are available to improve OpenStreetMap.
Mapillary + OpenStreetMap
All images and derived metadata are available for OpenStreetMap to enhance edits.Learn more
Use the Mapillary app as an efficient data collection tool or upload images you already captured.Learn how
Mapillary images are integrated into iD and JOSM to support OpenStreetMap's workflow.Watch tutorials
How others use Mapillary for OpenStreetMap
Making Open Data Happen
Søren Johannessen is passionate about, cycling, Wikimedia and Mapillary. See how he uses them in tandem to create useful, open data.Learn more
Mapillary in Lesotho - A Short History
Find out how Mapillary gave mappers an advantage on the ground and spurred the competitive spirit of #MapLesotho.Learn more
Building Infrastructure in Dar es Salaam
The World Bank has been using Mapillary to chart Tanzania’s largest city, Dar es Salaam, in a project called Dar Ramani Huria.Learn more
Our commitment to OpenStreetMap
Any person has the right to use Mapillary images for editing and deriving metadata for contributing content to OpenStreetMap. We’re making Mapillary images and the data extracted from them available for OpenStreetMap for free.
We’re working closely with people and organizations in the OpenStreetMap network around building better tools for using Mapillary images and data, and anyone can contribute to this process. We’re committed to supporting OpenStreetMap.
Rights to OpenStreetMap
You have the right to use any Mapillary image for editing and deriving metadata for the purpose of contributing content to OpenStreetMap. Such metadata could be street numbers, road signs, street names, building descriptions, road conditions etc. Derived metadata may be published directly to OpenStreetMap under the OpenStreetMap Foundation contributor terms. Mapillary images are available under an open license (CC BY-SA).
Mapillary appreciates attribution for derived metadata, for example using the tag source=Mapillary or by linking to mapillary.com. This is also a useful way for us to track and understand what type of data and images are most useful for OSM, and build tools accordingly.