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Sample Map Data for Students

Students gain free access to sample map data for 31 locations globally, to be used for educational purposes. 

With 30+ years as the leading spatial data processing company, HERE understands the value of spatial data for students in GIS Engineering.


Relational Data Format

Format which enables road network data providers to deliver data in a relational structure 



Format to spatially represent features such as Points of Interest, rivers and lakes as vector points, lines, and polygons 


3D Landmarks

The data consist of 3D model-representations of prominent buildings and locations




This data consists of traffic map movies derived from positions reported by probe vehicles to be used for the NeurIPS Traffic4cast competitions.

Data types available per city



City                                                              RDF                   Shapefiles          3D Landmarks   Traffic4cast      
Aduja, Nigeria
Antwerp, Belgium
Bangkok, Thailand
Barcelona, Spain
Berlin, Germany
Calgary, Canada
Chennai, India
Chicago, United States
Eindhoven, Netherlands
Istanbul, Turkey
Izmir, Turkey
Karlsruhe, Germany
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
León, Mexico
London, England
Machalí, Chile
Madrid, Spain
Medellin, Colombia
Melbourne, Australia
Moscow, Russia
Nairobi, Kenya
New York, United States
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Osnabrück, Germany
Perth, Australia
Pichilemu, Chile
Poznań, Poland
Pune, India
Santa Cruz, Chile
Stravropol, Russia
Vienna, Austria

Download sample data for free!

HERE offers sample map data to students and institutions, to be used for educational purposes, such as GIS Engineering/Analytics Thesis or PhD research.

It’s yours to download free of charge. Please complete the form to receive instant access.

By submitting this form, you are agreeing to use this data solely for academic and non-commercial purposes. For all other uses, other than the ones stated above, the standard HERE terms & conditions apply.

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