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valhalla - Open Source Routing Engine for OpenStreetMap

  •    C++

Valhalla is an open source routing engine and accompanying libraries for use with OpenStreetMap data. Valhalla also includes tools like time+distance matrix computation, isochrones, elevation sampling, map matching and tour optimization (Travelling Salesman). Technical documentation for the various components of the library can be found here: docs. Service API documentation as well as links to a variety of technical descriptions are provided within the valhalla-docs repository.

skill-sample-nodejs-berry-bash - Demonstrates the use of interactive render template directives through multi modal screen design

  •    Javascript

If you're slightly more advanced or familiar with SMAPI (Skill Management API), jump to the Setup w/ ASK CLI section below. Note: The rest of this readme assumes you have your developer environment ready to go and that you have some familiarity with CLI (Command Line Interface) Tools, AWS, and the ASK Developer Portal. If not, click here for a more detailed walkthrough.

Caesar.jl - Robot toolkit: Towards non-parametric and parametric navigation solutions

  •    Julia

A modern robotic toolkit for localization and mapping -- reducing the barrier of entry for Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM). Towards non-parametric / parametric state estimation and navigation solutions [1]. Implemented in Julia (and JuliaPro) for a fast, flexible, dynamic and productive robot designer experience. This framework maintains good interoperability with other languages like C/C++ or Python, as listed in features below. Multi-modal (quasi-multi-hypothesis) navigation and mapping solutions, using various sensor data, is a corner stone of this package. Multi-sensor fusion is made possible via vertically integrated Multi-modal iSAM.

IncrementalInference.jl - Incremental non-parametric (and parametric) solution to factor graphs

  •    Julia

Optimization routines for incremental non-parametric and parametric solutions based on factor graphs and the Bayes (Junction) tree implemented in the Julia language (and JuliaPro). This package furthermore forms a cardinal piece of the Caesar.jl robotics toolkit, including 3D visualization and database interaction, which can serve as a base station for a robotic platform. A standalone Robot Motion Estimate package is also available.