Mapillary is a street-level imagery platform for extracting map data at scale using computer vision. Images from any device are combined into a visualization of the world to generate data for improving maps, developing cities, and progressing the automotive industry.
Mapillary’s tools enable anyone to collect, share, and use street-level images. Computer vision technology reconstructs locations in 3D and recognizes objects from the images to generate map data at scale. Today, people and organizations all over the world have contributed over 260 million images toward Mapillary's mission of helping people understand the world's places through images and making this data available.
Mapillary provides a set of APIs so that others can build solutions using the images and the data extracted. There is also a viewer that anyone can embed.
Mapillary is free for personal and non-commercial use. 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.
- RAAIS, London, July 2017
- Slush, Helsinki, December 2016
- State of The Map, Seattle, July 2016