Mapillary for Organizations is a workspace that lets organizations use and create street-level imagery and data. By adding individual Mapillary accounts to your organization, you build up a team that works together. If you want to license Mapillary public imagery or map data, you need to set up an organization and use it to subscribe to an imagery or data plan.
With Mapillary for Organizations, you can:
- Contribute street-level imagery owned by the organization
- License public Mapillary imagery
- Explore imagery and automatically extracted data in your area of interest
- Create and manage projects for imagery capture and data verification
- Subscribe to the map data and imagery that you need
- Get updates with freshly added data throughout your subscription period
- Download data as a GeoJSON or shapefile to use in external tools
- Integrate imagery using our API
Using the functionality on the Mapillary platform is free, but for licensing imagery and derived map data, please refer to our pricing page.
Mapillary for Organizations is accessible through the Mapillary web app. Our mobile apps don't include organization features for working with imagery and data, but you can still use the mobile apps to capture and upload imagery to your organization.
Setting up an organization
To start, you need to create an individual account on Mapillary. Once you’ve logged in to the Mapillary web app as an individual, use the switcher at the top of your profile to create an organization.
You will be asked to name your organization. This name will be displayed on the organization profile. It’s case-sensitive and accepts spaces but not special characters. As you insert this, another name appears that defines the URL of your organization profile.
The URL string can’t contain any spaces and is not case-sensitive. If you don’t like the one that’s automatically suggested, you can edit it using the button that appears next to it. Note that the URL string has to be unique so if it already exists (for another organization or individual account), you will be asked to edit.
When you click “Create”, you will see the new organization appear in the switcher menu. Click on it to switch to organization view—then you’ll see your organization profile and can access your organization dashboard to add team members, enable organization imagery, create shapes that define your areas of interest, order subscriptions, and download data.