SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc on Thursday acquired Swedish mapping technology company Mapillary, which collects images from tens of thousands of contributors to build immersive and up-to-date maps, the companies said.
New York, October 17—Mapillary, the street-level imagery platform that uses computer vision to scale and automate mapping, just launched a dashcam that’s been customized for mapping purposes.
Mapillary launches a demand-driven marketplace for street-level images and map data to allow mapmakers to update maps on demand
via the Mapillary blog — The Mapillary Humanitarian Mapping Kit, in Partnership with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
MALMO, SWEDEN–(Marketwired – Mar 3, 2016) – Mapillary, a community-based photomapping platform, today announced an $8 million Series A funding round led by Atomico, with participation from Sequoia, LDV Capital, and PlayFair.
Mapillary works hard to make cities smarter. We’ve spent a lot of time perfecting our uploading capabilities, automatic GIS integration and our traffic sign detection – and it’s paid off. 4YFN (4 Years From Now), a business platform focused on connecting global startups, selected us as the best business in the Smart City Industry.
MALMO, SWEDEN–(Marketwired – Oct 14, 2015) – Mapillary, a street imagery solution for municipal projects including public works, transportation, utilities, and more, today announced a partnership with Esri, the world leader in Geographic Information System (GIS) software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications, that will help governments and businesses see their cities evolve in real-time through the […]
Some pretty cool news out of the Mapillary blog that enables OSM editors to integrate Mapillary technology