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DeepMap is building systems enabling self-driving cars to steer through complex cityscapes. DeepMap plans to license its map-building software to automakers and technology companies looking to teach cars how to drive.

DeepMap is building systems enabling self-driving cars to steer through complex cityscapes. DeepMap plans to license its map-building software to automakers and technology companies looking to teach cars how to drive.

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DeepMap $92M Jan 4, 2019
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GeoDigital

Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Alive / ActiveGeoDigital is a big data analytics company that specializes in 3D geospatial data for two industries: mapping technology for autonomous driving cars and power utilities asset inspection and work management.Login to see details

Mapillary

Malmo, Sweden
Alive / ActiveMapillary consists of a smartphone app, a website, and an API. With the app, users can take street level photos of roads, bike paths, buildings, and other areas relevant for mapping. These photos are uploaded to Mapillarys servers where they are processed and then put on a map. The photos are also accessible through an API for developers, app makers and mapping services to use. The company uses computer vision on the server side to connect and stitch photos uploaded over time and builds a photo ...Show allLogin to see details
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