Did you know… we have different versions of satellite imagery?

When you detect new streets that exist in reality, but are still missing in the map and want to add them you would normally use the satellite image layer. But if those streets are really new you might face the situation that they are not yet covered in the normal satellite view.  In such a situation you can benefit from one (or even both) of … Continue reading Did you know… we have different versions of satellite imagery?

Community Destinations: Eindhoven

Enjoyed the article about Manchester..? (link to the article about Manchester) Here’s the next destination – a not so well known, but should be known – Eindhoven. This city is located in the Southern part of the Dutch province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. A growing city with more than 230’000 inhabitants representing a variety of cultures from all over the world. And one of … Continue reading Community Destinations: Eindhoven

Tips and Tricks: Reporting Inaccurate Geometry on ADAS Roads

Hello Mappers, This week we would like to show you how to report inaccurate geometry on ADAS Roads – Roads which are coded by us with Advanced Driving Attributes and are therefore protected. If you want to change geometry and you are not clear on what it is and what is not protected use the quick display on the bottom menu “Highlight protected roads” and … Continue reading Tips and Tricks: Reporting Inaccurate Geometry on ADAS Roads

Community Destinations: Manchester

We thought we’d show you round where your Community team live and work and find out about their cities!   First up is Manchester and Community Lead Claire Robinson who is based there.   Claire first started at HERE in 2007 as a field analyst. Not much time was spent in the office in her early days, field working and visiting offices across the UK … Continue reading Community Destinations: Manchester

History of Maps: Cave Days…

A Brief introduction of Early Cartography… Dear Mappers,  We enjoy map making as much us you do, as such we have decided to take a walk down  memory lane and have a look at how it all started… so here’s the first part of series of articles dedicated to the history of maps. Map making has been part of  human nature for thousands of years, … Continue reading History of Maps: Cave Days…

2nd Part Results Map My Summer ’19

Dear Mappers, The 2nd Part of Map My Summer initiative has come to an end, but what a journey it was! Thank you ALL! We would like to congratulate all users of Map Creator, who participated in this initiative: You rock!!! Would you like to know, what we achieved? In Western Europe your effort resulted in more than 8048 Map Alerts Solved  during the challenge … Continue reading 2nd Part Results Map My Summer ’19

Map My Summer: Part 2 Update

Dear Mappers, We’d like to share with you some more results from Map my Summer Part 2! Here is an overview of the current status:   In Western Europe  we already have more than 7550 Map Alerts solved! This is impressive! Don’t forget that in order to be eligible to win a voucher of £100 value, you need to solve minimum 500 Map Alerts! So, keep … Continue reading Map My Summer: Part 2 Update