Google Street View update service
Has it been a while since a Google Street View car has passed your business to update the imagery? Are you a caravan park, activity/attraction or park authority that does not currently have imagery? If so, you’ve landed on the right page.
When will Google update my Street View?
If you would simply like to know when Google will be visiting your location to update the imagery you can see what areas Google is updating here https://www.google.com/streetview/explore/#sv-headed.
How our Google Street View update service works
With some areas either never mapped with Street View or not updated for ten years or more you may be wondering how we can help. We have our own solution to update the Google Street View imagery and submit to their platform for update, using a high resolution (8k) camera either mounted to a car, attached to a back mount (for walking routes) or a bike (for bike routes).
We will visit your site and drive/walk the route that needs mapping or updating (the route should be clear without obstructions). Once we have completed the work, we will (upon returning to base) submit the imagery to Google. Once submitted imagery is normally visible and navigable within 48 hours. Faces and number plates will automatically be blurred.
There are obviously differences between our images and the images captured by the Google Street View cars. The only obvious one is that the car recording the tour will be visible if you move the viewpoint down.