Brussels now benefits from a unique feature in Belgium on Google Maps

Users who use this navigation service in Brussels can now receive very detailed information on the streets, including the location of sidewalks and pedestrian crossings, but also the shape and width of the streets (at ‘ladder). This information can help them choose the most appropriate and safest route, especially when traveling for example in a wheelchair or with a stroller.

In Belgium, the scoop was given in Brussels. Google plans to make this new feature available in more than 50 cities around the world by the end of the year, including Berlin, Singapore and Seattle.

“It is through the use of artificial intelligence that Google has a better understanding of urban environments on an international level,” say the developers. “Since its launch 15 years ago, Google Maps has redefined the term ‘maps’. »


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