The service provides fuel-conserving route and speed information for travel worldwide. An application provides input about the destination and desired route as well as desired energy savings, and the service returns an optimal route and projected fuel use. It can also provide on-going navigation, route tracking, and fuel-consumption updates.
API methods support submission of route parameters such as location, distance, direction, grade, and road type as well as vehicle information (weight, occupants, fuel type, etc.). The API returns specifications for an optimal available route and projected fuel conservation results.
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