The Map Input Tracker API by TomTom allows businesses to crowdsource the detection of real world changes as well as general map feedback. By crowdsourcing map feedback, TomTom helps map providers decrease the time required for map updates. TomTom Input Tracker is a RESTful API that is designed for end-users to submit map feedback on a wide range of features that allows you to integrate the API into existing products and services. It enables a feedback tool to end-users and shortens the time between detecting changes in the real-world. TomTom develops autonomous driving, smart mobility and smart cities and is a map generator suite fit with a Map Toolkit API, geocoding capabilities, and more.
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The TomTom BRIDGE Map Library Java SDK by TomTom supports the construction and integration of visualization and interactive features in map applications. It is An Android platform that is deployed with TomTom BRIDGE devices to build business and third-party apps. However, unlike the TomTom BRIDGE NavApp Java SDK, its functional scope does not include routing and navigation. The official SDK communicates with the TomTom suite of APIs that include TomTom Online Maps, among others.