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GraphHopper Routing Engine 0.7 Released

Today we are happy to announce the new release of our open source road routing engine GraphHopper 0.7. It includes many improvements as well as a new round trip calculation for the flexibility mode. A big thanks for this release goes to all of our contributors and translators! To become a contributor see our contributing […]

Releasing GraphHopper 0.6

Today we are proud to release version 0.6 of our open source road routing engine GraphHopper. It includes many smaller improvements as well as a new alternative route calculation for the flexibility mode. In an ealier blog post we made some simple but yet powerful visualizations based on this. Get it now via maven or […]

Alternative Roads to Rome

The roads to rome project from Moovel Labs is a nice visualization of the possibilities with GraphHopper. And it is only the start. While investigating and debugging the quality of alternative routes – a new feature from GraphHopper – we stumbled over the necessity to do a very similar visualizations. The visualization of the so […]

GraphHopper 2015

This year goes to an end and it was an exciting year for us, our users and customers. In this blog post we summarize all GraphHopper related activities and wish you happy holidays! GraphHopper Community With the help of our community we’ve now several new features and already over 35 translations! We moved our mailing […]

Roads To Rome from Moovel Lab

Benedikt, Philipp and Raphael from Moovel Lab, a subsidiary from Daimler, asked the question “Do all roads really lead to rome” and got astonishing and beautiful results! See the “roads to rome” web site for more details and background information like that they used GraphHopper for the routing. See also the media coverage: Wired.com & Wired.de […]

Publess routes through Dublin? GraphHopper edition.

A long time ago there was a nice blog post How to walk across Dublin without passing a pub from Rory and there was even someone who tried this in real life. Now we thought how this would look like today using GraphHopper instead of the manual process described in the post. It turns out […]