Hasan Shahed • June 27, 2017 at 7:05 pm UTC
I am from Bangladesh. I added some features. 3/4 days already been gone but still these are under review. How much time it will require to publish into the map & what is the process of review ?
Hasan ShahedShona Chisholm • June 28, 2017 at 7:02 am UTC
Hello Hasan, thanks for your edits. We have a team that moderate the edits – and verify against various sources. This generally takes around two weeks, but does depend on the location as well.Hasan Shahed • June 28, 2017 at 11:19 am UTC
Dear Shona Chisholm,
Thanks for your quick reply.
If moderate team can review our edits quickly then we will get inspiration to do more edits. Do you have any member from Bangladesh in the moderate team ?
Thanks.Eddy De Clercq • June 28, 2017 at 1:58 pm UTC
2 weeks of moderation is a very optimistic and i.m.o. unrealistic time frame.Hasan Shahed • June 29, 2017 at 5:58 am UTC
Yes, it is too much time to review any edit by taking two weeks.
I am developing Google Maps since 2010. I am a trusted moderator at Google Maps. We have a community named “Mapping Bangladesh”. Mapping Bangladesh is taking care of Google Maps (Bangladesh portion). Recently I learned about here.com from one of my colleague. So I am trying to develop it. I found so many wrong locations at here.com. Trying to make correction but it is taking too much time to review and I am loosing my patience.
I have so many data which can be updated. District boundary, Upazila (sub-district) Boundary, Union boundary need to be updated but before that latest satellite image is required.
Eddy De Clercq • July 2, 2017 at 9:57 am UTC
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The same feeling here in Belgium, Europe. It takes a (long) while before things get active. Furtermore it takes even longer before one can find the result in the latest Garmin map update.Jan (HERE Moderator) • July 4, 2017 at 12:25 pm UTC
The update cycle for the different HERE products are very different depending on the product. The most recent updates can be found at http://wego.here.com/ with an update cycle of two weeks. For third party products which are using our HERE maps the release cycle depends on the products release cycle 2 weeks up to 1 year.Eddy De Clercq • July 4, 2017 at 2:12 pm UTC
That’s the standard answer we always get. In these times of modern communication, such a long update cycle is unacceptable.
But even at Here, updates are taking way to long and even then it’s not certain that things are done properly. I have an example where I added a Waze (can you figure) screenshot in order to show how it should be done.Juan Jose Iglesias • August 4, 2017 at 2:52 am UTC
Hi from Bolivia, I have made more than 14 thousand editions in the last 14 days and so far NONE of them has been included in the Map I have more than 30 thousand editions in OpenStreepMap (OSM) and all of them came live in few hours using the OSMAND + app in the Android / OS environments; and the OSM data could – fresh daily – be uploaded to GARMIN GPS and to Cars in-dash systems like Volkswagen and Peugeot that originally came with Here Maps, but the quality and time delay of updating of the Here Maps is near to poor not to said pathetic.
Also Here Map Creator lack of predictive markings in the roads like Fords, Speed Bumps, Traffic Lights, etc; that are part of the “Drive Smart”and “Drive Assist” concept, in other words predictive and not reactive driving.
What are the Plans of Here for the Map Creator concept? that we only trace lines over the Satellite Pictures? without even the capacity to include a population, or a hazard in the roads?
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