The Mapbox Matrix API returns travel times between many points and returns a matrix of all travel times between the locations. It will always return the duration on the fastest route and durations between points may not be symmetric, as the routes may differ by direction due to one-way streets or turn restrictions. It allows you to build tools that check the reachability of coordinates from each other, filter points by travel time, or run your own algorithms for solving optimization problems. The Matrix API returns durations in seconds and does not return route geometries or distances. Mapbox is an open source mapping platform for developers that provides tools for Maps and location data, Location based games, VR and AR applications and more.
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The Mapbox AR Scenekit Swift SDK offers a location-based augmented reality platform. Mapbox supports live location data aggregated anonymously, points of interest, and 3D elevation renders. This SDK takes advantage of Apple's ARKit to deliver virtual terrain experiences without compromising application size.
This SDK is NodeJS bindings for Or-tools Vehicle Routing Problems, Travelling Salesman Problem (TSP) and Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) solvers. The Matrix API returns travel times between many points and allows you to build tools that efficiently check the reachability of coordinates from each other, filter points by travel time, or run algorithms for solving optimization problems. Mapbox is an open source mapping platform for developers.