Data verification projects are available for organizations on Mapillary through the Verification Projects toolset. Verification projects help you improve map data quality by requesting human validation of Mapillary's machine-generated object detections. As a result, incorrect data will be removed from the Mapillary platform, and the feedback will also be used for future improvements of Mapillary's algorithms.
To set up a project, you use Mapillary's Verification Projects feature.
- Go to your organization on the Mapillary web app (see here for a tutorial about setting up an organization).
- Open your dashboard and click on "Data verification" in the sidebar.
- Click on "Create new project".
- In the first step, pick an internal name for your project (it will be visible only on your admin dashboard) and choose the shape for the area you want to run it in.
- Next, you'll choose the type of object or objects that you'd like to get verified. This can be either traffic signs or some of the other objects that Mapillary eventually generates map features from. You can choose several object classes for one project (each class will be turned into a separate task).
- Choose a public name and write a short description of your project.
- Now you're all set. Hit "Create project" to finish. Throughout the project, you can go to the admin dashboard to see progress and access updated map data as it becomes available.
You're welcome to also check the help article about Verification Projects for more information about the toolset.