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With the GraphHopper Directions API you can integrate A-to-B route planning, route optimization, isochrone calculations and more in your application. The GraphHopper Directions application programming interface (API) connects your application with our algorithms.
Every location based application requires address and POI search. This is what we offer with our Geocoding solution. Get an address for your current geo location or a coordinate for an address. To get from location A to B, you can add our Routing and – depending on your travel profile – you will be provided with travel times, distances, turn instructions and the route geometries which you can display on any map you like. Currently, we do not offer map tiles, but we can recommend Thunderforest or TileHosting. Try our GraphHopper Maps Demo online.
If you know the travelling salesman problem then you already know a small subset of problems that can be solved with our route optimization software. If you need to route and schedule a fleet of vehicles or field workers to deliver items or any other services to your customers, you can integrate our route optimization in your application. It assigns routes to your vehicles so that total transportation costs are minimized, and it can consider an arbitrary number of business specific side constraints like time windows, driver skills, vehicle capacities and more. Try our demo online.
Increase customer satisfaction with our time-dependent route optimization. It takes travel time variations of peak and off-peak hours into account. It considers detailed historical traffic information from TomTom© within the optimization. For each road and time of day we are provided with travel time data aggregated from millions of anonymously-collected data points. This way we are able to predict travel times much more precise which in turn yields more realistic and cost effective vehicle route plans.
There are many other tools that might be helpful for you like Map Matching that converts your GPS tracks to street-align routes, the matrix calculation that provides you with time and distance matrices or isochrone calculations providing you with the area that can be reached from a specific location for example by bike within 30 minutes.