Snapchat's Snap Map is helping users around the world visualize the massive movement for stricter gun laws in the US, which is being led by high school students across the East coast.
The protests in the form of walkouts were organized in response to a mass shooting that took place at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on February 14, when a 19-year-old opened fire with an assault rifle, killing 3 adults and 14 teenagers, and hospitalizing 14 others.
Similar screenshots of the Map feature were shared when South Florida students organized walkouts in February in honor of the victims.
Snapchat's Map helps put the impact of this moment into perspective for bystanders in a way that news broadcasters might not be able to: by getting on the ground and then visualizing the number of them across the country.
AutoNavi and Delphi announced a strategic deal to jointly promote app development of interconnected infotainment systems and automatic driving technologies in the Chinese market.
The cooperation will cover big data, navigation and travel services, and automatic driving technologies.
In big data and navigation and travel services sectors, the two parties will implement infotainment system and IT-related service innovations targeting the Chinese market.
Relying on AutoNavi's real-time traffic information and location-based online maps, Delphi will provide route planning services and online point of interest search services in its infotainment system and navigation system.
For automatic driving, the two companies will implement in-depth cooperation based on automatic driving map data, related software capacities, and cloud computing capacities.
They will offer cloud-based automatic driving service in the Chinese market to meet demands of users.
AutoNavi will provide a high-precision positioning technology for the future automatic driving project of the two parties.