The car companies are all part-owners of HERE.
All the data collected will be anonymized.
The chipmaker has also revealed that the pair will work together to build a new high-definition mapping platform for self-driving cars.
With regulatory approval obtained, a coalition made up of Audi, BMW, and Daimler has taken over the HERE mapping service from its previous owner Nokia.
After a hard-fought battle, a consortium consisting of Audi AG, BMW Group, and Daimler AG have partnered to take over the Here digital mapping service from Nokia.
The consortium of German automakers hoping to buy Nokia's Here mapping division may have won with a bid for the equivalent of about $2.7 billion. The official details of the purchase haven't been made public, and some insiders claim the negotiations aren't done yet.
Daimler, BMW, and Audi are teaming up to submit a bid for Here, Nokia's mapping division. However, they are taking on some some very powerful tech companies, including Uber and possibly Apple.