To develop applications using HERE services and data, you need to incorporate HERE authentication into your application. This guide describes how to register your applications to access HERE data and services. It also describes how to register users and administer your company's HERE platform org.
There are two environments that host HERE services and data: the HERE platform and the developer portal.
The HERE platform is used by organizations to provide developers access to HERE data and services.
For information on application authentication for the HERE platform, and how to manage users and organizations, see the HERE platform section.
The developer portal (developer.here.com) is for individual developers to access HERE services and data. You are a developer portal user if you have signed up for the Freemium, Add-on, or Pro plans as described at HERE developer access.
For information on application authentication for the developer portal, see the HERE developer portal section.
HERE is committed to bringing and working with your data both safely and securely.
BYO data sent to HERE is private by default. Your data is ingested into data catalogs that only you have access to. Moreover, all data sharing requires your explicit action, regardless of which interface you are working with. For more information about data catalog sharing and permissions, see the Data API Guide.
HERE’s proprietary access management services offer granular controls at the organization, project, group, user, and application ID levels, ensuring industry standard, privacy organization, and ISO compliant levels of protection. For more information about HERE access management controls, see HERE platform.
In addition to granular access management controls, all services must pass security compliance checks before launching and on an on-going basis. For more information about HERE data security, see the Data API Guide.
For more information on how data privacy is of fundamental importance to HERE and our customers, see the HERE Privacy Charter.
For information on the terms and conditions covering this documentation, see the HERE Documentation License.