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Twenty-seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Compliance, Air Travel, and Music. Highlights include several APIs for Cisco's IoT services and several for Imagga Technologies image management services. Here's a rundown what is new.
EquipmentWatch is a database and information software for the construction/heavy equipment industry. The EquipmentWatch API allows developers servint the Construction Equipment, Lift/Access and Agricultural Equipment Markets to integrate apps with heavy equipment data such as ownership and operating costs, retail rental rates, specification, serial number verification and equipment values. It provides a way to make informed decisions about heavy equipment. The API is listed under the Agriculture category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Agriculture APIs.
OAG Aviation Worldwide provides digital flight information and applications for the air travel and aircraft manufacturing industries. The OAG Schedules API allows developers to integrate functionalities that support real-time access to flight schedules of different airlines. The OAG Flight Status API simplifies access to OAG's vast database for processing more than 1.4 billion global flight status requests and 35 million daily flight status updates. Developers can integrate this API to allow users to access real-time global flight status information, including XML-formatted views of current flight information, airport delays, aggregated flight status data streams, and weather conditions. These APIs are listed under the Air Travel category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Air Travel APIs.
Imagga Technologies provides several APIs for developers to integrate image manipulation and organization functionalities in applications. We've added five Imagga APIs to our directory in the Images category:
The Imagga Color Extraction API allows users to extract the colors that appear in a product image. It is programmed to analyze a product's image composition and generate up to five representative color suggestions of each product. The RESTful API is suitable for web applications of a variety of industries including online stores, fashion and design, and content management systems.
The Imagga Smart Cropping API is equipped with artificial intelligence capabilities that automate the detection and analysis of pixel content in different sections of an image. This makes it easier for an app user to crop an image on the basis of the visual significance of the areas of the image.
The Imagga Personal Photo Organization API allows developers to build automated photo organizing tools in image apps. With the API, users can arrange personal photos in different groups and topics.
The Imagga Auto-Tagging API supports the labeling of photos with distinctive tags that simplify their access and retrieval from high-volume databases. It is equipped with AI and algorithmic functionalities that expedite image recognition.
The Imagga Image Categorization API is equipped with automated image recognition capabilities fordetecting objects and concepts in images. It is able to analyze image composition and generate category suggestions of each image.
NameScan PEP & Sanction REST API enables apps to search through a comprehensive list of Politically Exposed Persons (PEP), sanctioned individuals, and entities for the purpose of reporting for anti-money laundering compliance and counter-terrorism functions. This API is listed under the Compliance category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Compliance APIs.
SITA provides technology solutions for the air travel industry. The SITA Weather RESTful API generates data of current and forecasted weather conditions in different parts of the world. This API provides weather details perfectly suited to air travel applications, although access to its documentation is restricted to subscribed users. It also provides weather description icons suitable for mobile applications. The SITA Weather API is listed under the Weather category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Weather APIs.
Winddle provides product development, procuring, management and efficient enterprise solutions. The company's collaborative platforms are suited for product development and sourcing processes for retail operations and consumer products. The Winddle API allows developers to integrate Winddle solutions in enterprise applications. This API is listed under the Enterprise category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Enterprise APIs.
RAMC is a REST API for Music Collections and is used for accessing music collections in a standard unified way. Servers implement RAMC, and various clients such as, web pages, smartphone apps, desktop programs, talk RAMC with servers. The RAMC API is listed under the Music category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Music APIs.
The Cisco Data in Motion (DMo) API is a data management solution for networked connections such as Internet of Thing (IoT). Designed to be deployed as an inbuilt solution for Cisco-powered products, the RESTful API provides artificial intelligence mechanisms for acquiring and managing data for edge devices. Developers can use the DMo API to integrate real-time data filtering capabilities in edge devices such as sensors.
The Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) API combines the use of Wi-Fi and Cisco wireless infrastructure to support the detection and location of mobile devices. The RESTful API is useful for integrating direct mobile content delivery functionality in applications. This makes it easier for users to directly deliver personalized marketing content to smartphones of target audiences in specific locations.
The Cisco IOx Metrics API is designed to synchronize the monitoring of data flows and error events across services. The API provides the metrics framework that microservices require to implement mechanisms for accounting for messages and errors within an IOx services ecosystem.
The Cisco Flare API simplifies the deployment of a mobile device as an interactive portal for accessing other devices and functional parameters within a particular environment. It is a RESTful API that supports the use of mobile devices to discover gadgets and support connectivity to the operational infrastructure existing in a given environment. The API functionally designed to simultaneously deploy a variety of location technologies alongside real-time communications capabilities to deliver top notch interactive experiences for users.
The Cisco IP Interoperability and Collaboration System (IPICS) API allows developers to deploy programmatic tools and custom applications for managing and controllingoperations parameters for the Cisco IPICS platform. The RESTful API is equipped with functions that support control of various Cisco IPICS operations including VTG creation and user management, among others.
GoSpotCheck provides software for data collecting and working in the field. The GoSpotCheck API integrates surveys into web services for data collection purposes. Methods are available for functions like missions, tasks, and jobs. With the API, users could optimize industry programs, manage retail, and enhance customer savings. This API is listed under the Surveys category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Surveys APIs.
Trexle is a RESTful API service that connects e-commerce shopping carts to +100 payments gateways. It is available with API Key. Developers can use the interface to integrate transactions and customers' data into payments applications. The Trexle API is listed under the Payments category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Payments APIs.
Onboard Informatics provides real estate information technology services. Four APIs from Onboard Informatics have been added to our directory in the Real Estate area.
Onboard Informatics Community API can access community demographic information including population, education, ancestry, crime, commute times and weather.
The Onboard Informatics Points of Interest (POI) API provides the ability to request public and private establishments in real time, based on address, or longitude and latitude. Knowing where the local grocery store, gym, or bank is located in proximity to a new home, users can have a better sense of the community. Users can get over 4 million establishments geocoded to be displayed on a map with the API.
The Onboard Informatics Area API includes boundary data from Maponics, the United States Postal Service (USPS), and selected geographic areas from the Census Bureau's MAF/TIGER database. The Area API allows understanding the relationships between boundaries.
The Onboard Property Search Engine API allows access to over 150 million property records from local public records data, recent home sales, individual property sales history, recent home valuations, tax assessment, and liabilities information.
AudioBurst is a spoken word media company that offers machine learning, parallel computing, real-time segmentation, and natural language understanding in their products and technology. Their goal is to "organize the world's audio information". The AudioBurst API provides diverse talk-radio content and metadata to existing applications. The platform organizes and returns JSON data related to bursts, playlists, categories, stories, full shows and stations. The AudioBurst API is listed under the Audio category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Audio APIs.
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