Mapillary provides both street-level imagery as well as map feature point data for use in OpenStreetMap. Using the open source MapillaryJS library and the Mapillary API, several developers have integrated these data sources into OpenStreetMap tools in new ways since 2018. This includes OSM iD, Pic4Review, Osmose, and Deriviste. We’ll explore these integrations, what their pros and cons are, and think about where to go next.
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