(Google) announces new features for map services, known as “maps” or broad street view “street view”, to mark the 15th anniversary of the introduction of the last feature.
In the official statement, the company announced the creation of a site with the capability to photograph the streets of the world, which will provide a different experience for photographing areas on the ground that are not seen or photographed at high quality. Before, according to (Al Arabia Net).
The new imaging platform is a small device that weighs less than 7 kilograms and includes many cameras and sensors, as well as optical radar sensors such as “LiDAR” that can capture accurate details from various shooting locations, thus saving huge costs. Accepted by Google and its partners when designing photography sites to adapt to the changing nature of regions of the world.
The new platform facilitates movement, is suitable for shooting in rough areas such as mountains and forests, and is easy to install on a variety of cars of any kind.
New cameras are expected to arrive next year to work with service cars, scanning display data for the streets of the world and providing a unique experience through Google’s “Street View” service.
The service uses data taken by Street View cars to enhance its mapping service integrated with artificial intelligence systems, with the aim of bringing in accurate data such as stores and companies’ working hours and critical working hours. Information about roads such as the maximum limit. Based on that information, 25 billion changes have been made to Google Maps for driving.
Google also points out that data collected by “Street View” cars and cameras can be used to create the “Live View” phone screen navigation service, which allows the user to operate his phone’s camera within the service application. Signs indicating directions will appear on the screen, making it easy to navigate.
Also, by the end of this year, Google Maps will have an “immersive view” feature that allows the user to access the zoom level by browsing maps from aerial photos of planets and countries. In fact, the way to the viewing angle directly as the user stands on the proposed street.
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