FOSS4G-Europe: Presentation about supporting personalised pedestrian and wheelchair navigation based on open source and open data in Openrouteservice

FOSS4G Europe as the European community event on free and open source gis is taking place this week July 16 to 20th, 2018 in Guimarães Portugal.
A. Zipf is giving a talk about supporting personalised pedestrian routing options (like healthy and quiet routing) as well as wheelchair routing and navigation based on open source and open data. He’ll share how this is being realized in Openrouteservice using mainly OSM data.

Recent examples with main contributors from HeiGIT and GIScience Heidelberg include healthy greenquiet routing, Landmark based navigation, routing across open spaces and much more… E.g. for the ORS API exists a QGIS plugin, geoJSON support, a very handy Python library and a library for R users for all service from routing (directions), isochrones, geocoding, POI search, to time-distance matrixes. Enjoy! and contribute: open source code in GitHub


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