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January
10
Construction projects require planning and coordination to ensure time-sensitive materials like concrete and asphalt arrive when workers are ready. Learn how TomTom’s APIs and geofencing help plan routes, track ETA, and send alerts to optimize construction efficiency.
Build Different

November
26
With TomTom’s APIs, data scientists can pull and visualize data to increase business insights. In this blog post, learn how to visualize TomTom’s data with your favorite data science tools, seaborn and Matplotlib.
Build Different

November
09
We’ll show you how to use data from the TomTom Routing API and a little bit of Python to make delivery ETAs more accurate.
Spotlight

October
27
All good things come in threes, especially when they celebrate successful products & the teams who built them. Learn more about how TomTom’s Maps API products have won an API Award for the third year in a row.
Spotlight

October
20
We just released V2 of our Matrix Routing API! Now in public preview, you can use this latest update to get larger matrices quicker than before. Keep reading to learn more about this update.
Build Different

September
28
Explore some fun and unique customization features that set TomTom’s developer APIs apart from other map providers. Learn how to help your users find the thrilling route to their destination, haul specific load types like radioactive materials, and discover how far they can get on a tank of fuel.
Build Different

March
24
The Routing API is a powerful tool which can be used to get accurate directions for diverse types of vehicles-- with routes like the fastest, shortest, and most exciting. But one overlooked feature from the API is the option to fetch a summary of the requested routes. The Matrix Routing API lets us fetch different summaries with a single call, where we can get ETAs from different destinations.
Build Different

September
18
With more Electric Vehicles available on the market, TomTom helps developers build applications to prevent and minimize the range anxiety derived from planning long distance routes. We demonstrate the new Web SDK from TomTom and how to integrate consumption models in the route and charging station calculations.
Perspective

August
22
The number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) on the road is increasing every year. There are an estimated 5.12 million EVs on the road today, and sales of EVs increased by 64% just from 2017 to 2018. Now that drivers are considering the switch to EVs, some common questions arise, and EV-aware apps are a big opportunity for developers, such as routing services optimized for EV drivers and the ability to provide up-to-date information about the location and availability of charging stations. We'll take a look at those concerns and show you how TomTom Developer Toolkit for Electric Mobility provides new features that simplify building location-based apps for EV drivers.