In recent years, Google Maps has been repeatedly expanded to include new functions, with some navigation apps being extensively redesigned. Now the company has introduced another AI-powered update that aims to further improve travel and navigation using Google Maps.
With Immersive View, Google Maps combines classic map views with Street View imagery and current aerial imagery. The feature will be further enhanced with the latest Google Maps update to include “Immersive view for the route“Expanded. Users can now preview each leg of their route before starting their journey.
It doesn’t matter whether you are traveling on foot, by bike or by car. The feature will be available on Android and iOS in numerous major cities such as Amsterdam, New York, Tokyo or London. By combining Street View and aerial photos, users can see places like restaurants or attractions in one. Photorealistic 3D rendering Explore before you travel.
Google Lens is integrated into Google Maps
The integration of Google Lens into Google Maps makes it possible to better navigate the environment using augmented reality and AI. Over Google Lens For example, you can get information about nearby ATMs or restaurants. This feature will In more than 50 citiesIncluding Las Vegas, Rome and Taipei.
Improvements for drivers and e-car drivers
Google Maps will be in the future More details about the road included, which is intended to be particularly helpful in complex traffic situations. In addition, information about speed limits is provided in 20 European countriesincluding Germany, has expanded. There will be future options for electric car drivers Detailed information about charging stationsIncluding charging speed and charging technology.
Search on Google Maps has also been optimized and will now help you find suitable activities in the area For example, Visual results based on photos from the Google Maps community Appears when users search for specific activities. This search function is being rolled out in Germany, France and the US, among others.
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