You can use Mapillary to edit maps or your geospatial datasets using street-level imagery as a visual guide for reference. Street-level imagery allows you to check ground conditions, providing context for what’s on the map. With Mapillary, you can get a look at not only the ground level, but even the specific locations of your GIS point data in order to make sure it is accurately placed. You can also filter Mapillary imagery by date and username—ensuring that the images reflect the relevant timeframe for your data, and even getting a look at the images you personally uploaded.
This process is possible through several tools. A popular option for this is Mapillary for ArcGIS Online, which enables you to load your own ArcGIS Online webmaps to view, edit, and create features. In addition, our imagery is available for OpenStreetMap projects using the iD editor or JOSM.
You can also use Mapillary's computer vision tools to automatically extract data (such as traffic, road and street signs) from Mapillary imagery.