Route4Me API Simulation

Introducing the Telematics-as-a-Service Platform that Powers the Most Used Route Optimization Software On the Planet

Welcome to the Route4Me API! You can use our API to access Route4Me API endpoints, which can use our services for creating optimally sequenced driving routes, maintenance routes, address books, members, drivers, vehicles, tracking, avoidance zones, notes etc, getting information about them.

Our unique routing engine is 100% RESTful, and has portable algorithm backends that solve a variety of complex problems in a single HTTP request.

Overview

You may already know that Route4Me is the most downloaded mobile multi-stop route planning software on the planet - but did you know that it's already being used to make over 100,000,000 visits per year and tracking over 200,000,000 device location updates per day?

Our unique routing engine is 100% RESTful, and has portable algorithm backends that solve a variety of complex problems in a single HTTP request.

Our Logistics-as-a-Service platform is entirely plug-and-play, and does not require any software to be installed. The system is 100% cloud based, with native high-availability, disaster recovery, and multiple geographically distributed edge points-of-presence for ultra-low latency route optimization.

Helper Libraries

The following libraries are necessary for many of the examples listed in this tutorial:

HTTP Verbs

The API uses the appropriate HTTP verb for each action:

Verb Description
GET Used for retrieving resources
PUT Used for updating resources
POST Used for creating resources
DELETEUsed for deleting resources

Authentication

Every Route4Me SDK instance needs a unique API key. The API key can be retrieved from inside your Route4Me.com account. It's in the Settings tab called API.

The default demo API Key 11111111111111111111111111111111 only permits you to test and optimize routes using a predefined list of lat/lng coordinates.

Make sure to replace 11111111111111111111111111111111 with your API key.

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