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Google Maps was launched by Google in February 2005. As a web mapping platform and consumer application, Google Maps provides billions of users with satellite imagery, street maps, aerial photography, 360° interactive panoramic views of streets, real-time traffic conditions, and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bike, air and public transportation. As one of the most popular navigation apps, Google Maps was being used by one billion people every month around the world.
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Google offers traffic data as a colored overlay on top of roads and motorways to represent the speed of vehicles on particular roads. Besides, Google Maps can help users with street view, business listings, indoor maps, local guides, timelapse and more. Based on a powerful database, Google Maps helps all users best explore and navigate their world.
Google uses the information gathered by partner organizations to construct everything from massive freeways to remote lanes and stitch them together into the comprehensive digital image that we call Google Maps.
Google Maps works basically on data collection. As a private corporation, it’s not easy to gather all data on its own. Therefore, Google depends on its Base Map Partner Program, which collects data sources from a wild range of organizations, such as the US Geological Survey, Forest Service, city and state councils, and so forth.
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