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July News From GraphHopper

We are happy to announce further improvements of our services. Please note that we will remove the possibility to use TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in approx. 6 weeks. On 1. September these older protocols won’t be possible anymore. Nearly all clients should use more recent versions already, so highly likely no action must be taken […]

April News From GraphHopper

Lean back and read our fresh spring news: For the GraphHopper Directions API we are looking for an infrastructure engineer – feel free to contact us for more details. A few weeks ago we released the new version 0.12 of the GraphHopper open source routing engine. Read more about it here. Finally we are happy […]

February News From GraphHopper

We are proud to announce that we are gold corporate member of the OpenStreetMap Foundation! Do not hesitate and follow our example to support a valuable project. During the last months we have been constantly working on our services and released a new feature for our Route Optimization API: job groups. With job groups you […]

September News From GraphHopper

We heavily worked during the hot summer to improve our services for you. The Map Matching API got faster – try it on the example website. If you do not know yet what this API is about and why fleet owners can benefit from it, read more in its documentation. The Route Optimization API got […]

February News From GraphHopper

We simplified our pricing page and our pricing: all subscriptions can be paid monthly or once a year. If you choose to pay for the whole year then you get more than 2 months for free – 20% discount! Furthermore, you do not need to attribute GraphHopper, but if you do, you can get another […]

December News from GraphHopper

This month we are glad to announce some new features for the Routing API, Map Matching API and Route Optimization API. The Routing API introduces path details and an “avoid” feature. Path details allow you to fetch properties like travel time, maximum speed etc. from every single road section. You can use these path details […]