Mireo Compact Maps is functionally equivalent to the open-source suite MapTiler + Nominatim + GraphHopper. The complete Compact Maps functionality is contained in a single, 12 MB dependency-free Linux executable. This blog post explains the details of the map services implementation in Compact Maps.
In Mireo, we value the quality of code and performance more than releasing stuff fast. Services we write are supposed to run forever.
Pros and cons of GPS congestion pricing comparing to tolling gantries according to principles of efficient congestion pricing.
We take projections of the GPS position to the all nearby roads and intersections and consider them candidates for the actual (real-life) position.
We developed an AI which learns your driving patterns and can accurately predict your next destination based on current situation.
We questioned the credibility of posted speed limits using Big Data Analysis built in SpaceTime. We identified locations where...
To get the results, an SQL query must be parsed, validated, planned, optimized, and finally executed on a query engine. Apache Calcite can help with that.
How to perform real-time processing when data ingestion rates are measured in millions of entries per second?
Storing and analyzing a large amount of spatiotemporal real-time data requires special treatment in choosing data structures and query algorithms.