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Short Description

Mapillary is a service for crowdsourcing map photos. Using simple tools like smartphones or action cameras anyone can collect photos that are combined into a collective street level photo view.

Mapillary provides apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, together with tools for using action cameras like GoPro and Garmin Virb.

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.

Here are some ways of finding out more about what we do:

Quick Facts

  • Location: Malmö, Sweden and Los Angeles, CA, United States
  • Size: 22 people
  • Founded: September 2013
  • Platforms: Web, iOS, Android (also Amazon), Windows Phone

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