MADRID, July 27th. (Portaltic/EP) –
Google has introduced three new functionalities for its satellite navigation service Google Maps, among which stand out the immersive view of various locations and information on cycling routes.
Google last May announced the launch of new three-dimensional (3D) environments and the launch of sustainable routes in Europe. He did it at the last Google I/O developer conference, which he also presented at More news for Lens and the Assistant.
Now take advantage of trips where many users turn to this application to plan their trips; The company has announced three new features available in iOS and Android versions.
First, it introduced immersive view, an experience that combines artificial intelligence (AI) “with billions of high-definition aerial, satellite and street view images,” he pointed out a statement.
Thanks to this feature, travelers can learn more about certain emblematic buildings such as: New York Empire State Building (USA) based on a photorealistic aerial photograph.
So far, Google has given users views of almost 100 of the world’s most popular landmarks in cities such as; Barcelona, London, San Francisco or Tokyo.
To find out which ones are available, users just need to search Google Maps for a landmark and go to the Photos section.
On the other hand, the Mountain Vew has announced new features aimed at cyclists who have been able to access directions based on AI technology combined with city data and commentary from the Google Maps community for more than 12 years.
With the platform’s new information, users can compare and compare cycle routes learn more about its properties Before you travel.
The data that Google Maps will now offer includes information about traffic, places where cycling is not possible due to stairs or very steep places.
You can also get a detailed breakdown of the route to be taken to know what type of terrain you will be driving through, be it roads or highways.
Finally, Google rolled out a new notification system, presented as a tool “to share location, know when a person has reached or left their destination” and coordinate the schedules of both.
To share location With another contact, the user can configure a notification, for example to find out when his companion has come to a concert.
Google insisted created this function in compliance with data protection regulationsas notifications can only be set when someone else has shared your location.
Both aerial photos of landmarks and location-sharing notifications have already been rolled out globally on Google Maps. on Android and iOS.
However, bike route information will be released in the coming weeks and in those parts of the world where the bike route option is enabled.