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Disaster Routing

kandler
Dear HOT community,

I would greatly appreciate input about the current state of disaster
routing tools. Personally, I know the excellent
disaster.openrouteservice.org, but that's about it. Are there any other
(open source) tools capable of routing with a straight-forward
obstruction/impassable roads interface? Especially in the realm of
offline/Desktop mapping I couldn't find anything.

Thanks a bunch & have a great day.

Best
Thomas


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Re: Disaster Routing

Milo van der Linden-5

2017-07-14 16:23 GMT+02:00 Thomas Kandler <[hidden email]>:
Dear HOT community,

I would greatly appreciate input about the current state of disaster routing tools. Personally, I know the excellent disaster.openrouteservice.org, but that's about it. Are there any other (open source) tools capable of routing with a straight-forward obstruction/impassable roads interface? Especially in the realm of offline/Desktop mapping I couldn't find anything.

Thanks a bunch & have a great day.

Best
Thomas


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Re: Disaster Routing

Denis Carriere
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Thomas,

Have you looked into OSRM? It does provide a solid routing engine to be installed locally on your "offline" environment.


There's Docker instructions to quickly get up and running and tons of documentation of how to install it.

Best of luck!

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On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 10:23 AM, Thomas Kandler <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear HOT community,

I would greatly appreciate input about the current state of disaster routing tools. Personally, I know the excellent disaster.openrouteservice.org, but that's about it. Are there any other (open source) tools capable of routing with a straight-forward obstruction/impassable roads interface? Especially in the realm of offline/Desktop mapping I couldn't find anything.

Thanks a bunch & have a great day.

Best
Thomas


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Re: Disaster Routing

Blake Girardot HOT/OSM
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Hi Thomas,

This list of desktop software for OSM has several navigation / routing
apps listed:

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Software/Desktop

I have used "Atlas" on that list and it was offline, desktop and
served our use case. I am not sure how well it makes use of osm tags
for impassable.

seems like some testing is probably needed for any of them to make
sure they honor those smoothness tags.

Cheers,
Blake

On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 4:23 PM, Thomas Kandler <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Dear HOT community,
>
> I would greatly appreciate input about the current state of disaster routing
> tools. Personally, I know the excellent disaster.openrouteservice.org, but
> that's about it. Are there any other (open source) tools capable of routing
> with a straight-forward obstruction/impassable roads interface? Especially
> in the realm of offline/Desktop mapping I couldn't find anything.
>
> Thanks a bunch & have a great day.
>
> Best
> Thomas
>
>
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Re: Disaster Routing

kandler
Thanks for the input - much appreciated.

@Milo
Yeah, I thought about that. With the new ORS QGIS-Plugin one could  
easily set it up to work in QGIS, I assume. But I am not sure if an  
online API would be a good idea, given fragility of internet  
connections. One hour internet outage in a year would excellent  
service on behalf of the ISP - but in the wrong hour …

@Denis
Thanks for the hint about OSRM. I will check it out, certainly.

@Blake
Great ressource, I should've stumbled upon before turning to the list,  
but I appreciate it even more. Also, thank you very much for practical  
pointer - always preferable to have a starting point.

I will do some research and maybe prototyping. Maybe I can contribute  
back to the HOT community.


Thanks again & all the best
Thomas



Quoting Blake Girardot HOT/OSM <[hidden email]>:

> Hi Thomas,
>
> This list of desktop software for OSM has several navigation / routing
> apps listed:
>
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Software/Desktop
>
> I have used "Atlas" on that list and it was offline, desktop and
> served our use case. I am not sure how well it makes use of osm tags
> for impassable.
>
> seems like some testing is probably needed for any of them to make
> sure they honor those smoothness tags.
>
> Cheers,
> Blake
>
> On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 4:23 PM, Thomas Kandler <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Dear HOT community,
>>
>> I would greatly appreciate input about the current state of disaster routing
>> tools. Personally, I know the excellent disaster.openrouteservice.org, but
>> that's about it. Are there any other (open source) tools capable of routing
>> with a straight-forward obstruction/impassable roads interface? Especially
>> in the realm of offline/Desktop mapping I couldn't find anything.
>>
>> Thanks a bunch & have a great day.
>>
>> Best
>> Thomas
>>
>>
>> --
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
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>
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> skype: jblakegirardot
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