One of the main advantages of Mapillary for Organizations is the possibility to contribute and host imagery that is owned by the organization. By setting up a team, you can enable multiple users to upload on behalf of the organization, and even if your team changes, this imagery will still be owned by the organization and not the individual contributors. Organization imagery is also accessible to all team members via the organization profile (read more about team roles and their permissions).
Before anyone can start contributing imagery on behalf of the organization, an admin needs to enable organization imagery in the Imagery section of the dashboard. After that, all team members will be able to use the Mapillary mobile apps (iOS and Android), web uploader, and command line tools to contribute on behalf of the organization.
Hosting imagery on Mapillary is free. It will be publicly visible, meaning that your imagery will be useful to other people and organizations as well. Collaboration and data sharing are at the core of the idea of Mapillary, and that's why all imagery on Mapillary is publicly available under an open license.
If you’ve enabled organization imagery, the Imagery section of your organization dashboard will show a summary of the number of images contributed, kilometers covered, and total volume in GB (this is accessible to only admins and members).
You can also see the contribution and coverage numbers on the Uploads tab of the organization profile, as well as toggle the map view to show only your organization’s imagery.