Carmera and TRI-AD’s latest mapping initiative in Michigan shows suburban road feature placement (left) and urban street-level object detection (right) developed from Toyota TransLog telematics cameras.

A project that uses street-level cameras on production vehicles and aftermarket telematics systems was able to produce comprehensive, accurate mapping data for horizontal and vertically positioned roadway features, two companies involved in the project announced today. The results of this effort could pave the way for a massive expansion of coverage needed to map the world’s roads in high definition to enable safe autonomy, the companies said in a statement.

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