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We've added 7 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Mapping, Recognition, and 3D categories, among others. Here's a summary of the recent additions.
Google Maps Roads API allows developers to identify the roads a vehicle was traveling and provides metadata about those roads, such as speed limits, or a 'snap to roads' feature for smoother route paths. With this API, developers can integrate the Google Maps Roads services with applications.
The 'snap to road' feature in Roads API is illustrated / image: Google Geo Developers Blog
Movin provides indoor navigation to businesses, airports, and warehouses. Use the Movin API to develop apps that could help office visitors find a route to an employee or keep track of valuable equipment within an accuracy of 2 meters.
Sighthound provides computer vision and intelligent technology for video surveillance for developers, OEMs, homes and businesses. Sighthound API allows for real-time analysis of video frames and still images, and can detect faces or determine whether or not people are in the frames.
InPlayer allows media publishers to monetize videos via ads within the player, by capturing user data, and by a paywall service within videos. The InPlayer API service brings developers allows integration of their services. We've categorized the InPlayer API under the Monetization category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Monetization, APIs.
Authentise is a 3D Printing and 3D Design company. Three APIs for use with integration of the 3D printing service are available.
Authentise Vision Job API allows developers to manage the computer vision service of Authentise. Authentise Computer Vision service enables users to monitor their 3D printing jobs using computer vision software and a webcam mounted near the 3D printer. As 3dprinting jobs can last many hours, the software will monitor the printing job, pause the job if it forsees any problems, and alert the user to check the job. Users can configure camera operation and print model, job status, layers and more with this API.
Authentise 3DIAX API allows developers to maintain a large database of model data in the cloud. The specification for the various endpoints is designed to be open, so multiple users and other providers that work with Authentise could create a service that is interopereable. Use this API to create, transform and get information about models.
Authentise Slicing Service allows developers to enable tool-path generation in the cloud. The Slicing Service is designed to be used in tandem with the Model Warehouse.