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Google map may introduce the "lighting" layer, making night travel safer and more convenient

Google map may introduce the "lighting" layer, making night travel safer and more convenient

December 09, 2019 15:52 Author: Yao Xia: source of the article: bubble original


it is reported that, Google maps is preparing to introduce a name, which can also be used to judge whether the selected material is a new layer suitable for "lig adjusting the thickness of the ruler hting (lighting)" to highlight the streets with good lighting conditions at night, making it more convenient and safe for users to travel at night

according to relevant reports, the string appearing in the beta version of Google maps v10.31.0 reveals this new feature that Google is developing. The string describes that the new lighting layer will highlight the streets with good lighting conditions and highlight them with yellow. First, check whether the damping spring is deformed, so that users can avoid the streets with poor lighting conditions or no lighting facilities. However, there is no relevant function introduction at present, which may mean that this function is still in the planning and preparation stage

generally, most people will try to avoid driving on roads without lighting facilities or with poor lighting conditions at night, because poor lighting conditions not only mean poor driving conditions, but also mean poor safety guarantee. As one of the most popular navigation applications, Google maps is used by millions of users every day. Through continuous optimization and upgrading, it not only brings users a good feeling of use, but also undertakes more social responsibilities

it is speculated that in order to avoid people from encountering danger in areas with no lighting facilities or poor lighting conditions, Google tried to develop the function of adding the function of marking roads with good lighting conditions at night to the map information, so that Google map users can know which roads are relatively safe and convenient

however, some insiders speculate that it is relatively difficult to realize this function based on the actual situation. To confirm whether the road is well illuminated at night, there must be a relevant data interface to access the map, otherwise it needs to be manually marked by the staff. How to get the correct data? Can the well lit streets on the map be marked with correct data? Step 2: printing a little powder on the process test bench may be the key and difficult points in the implementation of this function

article: Yao Xia

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