Amadeus is a travel technology company dedicated to integrate travel ecosystem technologies. The Amadeus Asynchronous Scala SDK allows for callback functions, and adds the Travel Innovation sandbox to existing applications in order to create and test new prototypes. All GET calls require an API Key query parameter in the URL.
How many times have you been stuck in traffic behind a car circling the block looking for parking? Have you ever been that car circling the block? Imagine how much time (and gas) could be saved if there was an easier way to find the perfect place to park. Santa Monica-based ParkingInMotion, a developer of parking information apps for mobile devices, is working on making the process simpler. ParkingInMotion's mission is to improve the way drivers find, compare, and pay for parking. The ParkingInMotion APIs provide access to the basic data in the ParkingInMotion database, as well as the optional higher level Rate Calculator and ‘ParkMe’ recommender.
An application that shows you if your train will be late, and that in real-time! Even better, imagine that bundled with an API that gives you access to all that data. So happened in Germany with the application Zugmonitor (German for train monitor) and the corresponding Zugmonitor API.
Flight price tracker Yapta's value proposition sounds a bit like Robin Hood of the travel industry. It will not only track travel prices for you, but to help you get a refund should the price of your reservation fall after you’ve booked it. I wouldn’t be surprised if Yapta can also be used to retrieve kittens from high branches, but that part of the Yapta API isn’t documented yet.