Travel along your route using the global view in Google Maps

Google uses artificial intelligence to help you navigate Google Maps. This way you are digitally guided through the city to know your route. Read all about this new feature here.

Read on after the announcement.

Navigate smartly with artificial intelligence

During I/O 2023, Google announced a lot of new AI functions in addition to smartphones and tablets. The Maps app is getting a new feature of artificial intelligence, which is the “Road View”. The tech giant hopes to give the user a better view of his or her path.

With the global view, Google gives you a preview of the path you’re about to take. Google Maps takes you through a 3D version of the city, so to speak, and flies along your suggested route. This way you get to know your lane and you may have to take your smartphone out of your pocket less often.

You can easily set the departure time. Then Google Maps takes the weather forecast into account and also displays it in the 3D world with clouds rain or shine. Traffic congestion also appears. Maps makes predictions for this based on pre-measured traffic.

At the moment, the navigation function is working in some major cities. These include Amsterdam, Berlin, New York, Paris, Dublin, Florence, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose, Tokyo, and Venice. A comprehensive view of routes will be available in the Google Maps application over the coming months.

New Google Maps features

In addition to the comprehensive view of maps, Google has introduced more new features about Google Maps. For example, website and application developers can now easily add 3D environmental video to their office or website. Sharp 3D images and maps from Google Earth are also released to developers, which can provide realistic games and applications.

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More Google I/O 2023 announcements

The all-encompassing view of Maps was one of the many announcements announced at Google I/O. At Android Planet, you’ll find what else was introduced. Below you will find our latest articles.

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