This is great to hear. Some parts of Stockholm have been completely left out (Danderyd), so I hope to see the Google-car come here soon!
I look forward to Street View in Ireland. While in Paris and England it was an extremely useful tool for identifying businesses visually.I am sad to see that the wifi based location services have been pulled from Street View cars completely due to the oversight. Its unfortunate that Google is targeted for its public image where a number of existing companies do the exact same.
This is good news for Ireland especially where base imagery is so poor. A new mapping product will kickstart the 3d mapping/geo-modelling industry in this country. surely the already gathered data could be put live today!
That's great. Please, please, please add Puerto Rico! (A great oportunity was with 2010 Centroamerican Games in Mayaguez, PR - we needed those Street View)
How come there was WiFi scanning equipment in every car to support "mistakenly included code"?LOL
If you are going to be doing any more mapping using bikes give me a shout! It looks like the best job ever! :)
I realize this is a sensitive issue with a select few in Germany, but please add Deutschland to Street View as soon as possible! Can't wait to explore.
Google Earth is fantastic, Google Maps is really practical, Google Street View can be very handy sometimes...But what did the management of Google hope to achieve (and to provide, ..to whom?) by their decision to install WiFi scanning equipment in their Street View photo cars?Please, Google people, stick to your core business, you're good at it. But leave the common citizin his privacy!
Wi-Fi system itself need to be more secured. Accidentally anyone's data can come in anyone's computer and I think the person using Wi-Fi system, need to be more careful. I love the street view feature of Google Earth and I personally think Google should continue this project.I will be glad if Google add my city(dhaka) in their street view program.Thnak you so much.
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