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Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories Currency, Transportation, and Location. Highlights include an API for cannabis data retrieval and an API for locating application users down to the geocoordinates. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
BlackVue has released an API for cloud access to its in-vehicle dashcams. The API is targeted to GPS and fleet management solution providers. Potential use cases include monitoring, safety alerts, and fleet protection. The API follows behind the first fleet-targeted product, the Fleet SDK.
Clearcover has expanded its car insurance API platform to include SmartLink and a Lead API along with a Quote API. Using these APIs, partners can integrate with applications Clearcover platform capabilities such as data collection, display prices, and view changes to coverage elections.
Here Mobility has launched its HERE Mobility SDK. The SDK aims to democratize the mobile ecosystem by offering developers access to mobility services and map & location services. The SDK was originally beta tested by a select group and then tested through various hackathons.
MapAnything describes itself as a Location of Things company. Recently, the company introduced a suite of APIs that provide programmatic access to its routing and optimization engines. The company is specifically focused on fleets and routing B2B companies, and plans to introduce more APIs soon.
Microsoft has added waypoint optimization to the Bing Maps Routing API, which allows developers to create routes between driving locations. The API is ideal for delivery and transportation businesses, and the route optimization functionality is intended to address the traveling salesman problem.
Alphabet-funded startup Coord is offering an API to cities and transportation companies that allows them to access the data it has collected from mapping curbs. The API allows developers to search for curbs near a location by latitude and longitude and to retrieve information about those curbs.
Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Images, Transportation, and Medicine. Featured today are APIs from GoCompare for financial services comparisons and from eHealthMe for drug trial research data. Here's a look at the newest additions.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Email, Bitcoin, and Monetization. Highlights include APIs in our Auto and Transportation categories, including Uber Riders three APIs from Mercedes-Benz. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.