Did somebody say more Bird's Eye imagery?

Did somebody say more Bird's Eye imagery?

The Bing Maps team continues to release more stunning high-resolution oblique (45-degree angle) aerial Bird's Eye imagery. This most recent wave released over the last several months represents over 80,000 square kilometers of new imagery spanning 100+ cities in the United States.
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Enhanced Features Support Fleets as Delivery Demand Surges Amid COVID-19

Enhanced Features Support Fleets as Delivery Demand Surges Amid COVID-19

The demand for deliveries has surged because of the COVID-19 pandemic. People are staying home and getting their groceries and other essentials delivered to their doorsteps. Since launching in May 2019, we have listened to customer feedback and made a series of enhancements to meet the growing need with the Bing Maps Multi-Itinerary Optimization API.
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Join the Bing Maps Team at Microsoft’s ISV Partner Day

Join the Bing Maps Team at Microsoft’s ISV Partner Day

Bing Maps EMEA Distributor, Grey Matter, is holding a live online event for ISVs and developers on April 21 from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (UK BST). The event will include a keynote from leaders of Microsoft UK and Grey Matter plus six sessions, covering Bing Maps, Azure DevOps, Visual Studio Online, Azure tools and more. Register for the session of your choice and be sure not to miss out on our session led by Justine Coates with the Bing Maps team.
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Routing made easier with traffic camera images and more

Routing made easier with traffic camera images and more

After launching traffic camera imagery on Bing Maps in April, we have seen a lot of interest in this new feature. Based on the popularity of this feature, the Bing Maps Routing and Traffic team has made some further improvements to this routing experience.
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Soundscape app delivers the world in 3D sound with Bing Maps

Soundscape app delivers the world in 3D sound with Bing Maps

Imagine being able to navigate through your neighborhood using your hearing alone. With the help of Bing Maps Local Search and Location Recognition APIs, Microsoft Soundscape helps the blind and low vision explore the world around them using a map delivered in 3D sound.
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Bing Maps helps Seeingit.com save users from FOMO

Bing Maps helps Seeingit.com save users from FOMO

Seeingit.com is an interactive, self-serve publishing website empowering locals, businesses, and event coordinators to share info about community events and fun things to see and do. With its location-based capabilities powered by the Bing Maps Platform, Seeingit.com saves users from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) with maps.
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