Truck navigation app, SDK and server interface for professional users in telematics, logistics, trucking, 112, waste management and more.

The MapTrip Server-API for control centers

You would like to receive the same routes in the navigation as in the control center? You want to determine in a flash which vehicle could be at the scene of an emergency the fastest? And be able to close roads due to road works, for example? Then take a look at our new Server-API for control centers!

Block roads that are too narrow and they will be taken into account when calculating the route.

We are pleased to introduce our new MapTrip Server-API. Especially for the developers of control centers, we have extended our special GPS navigation MapTrip 112 for the fire department and police with a server interface to be able to connect the control center with the navigation.

The numerous functions of the Server-API enhance your control center software enormously. Since the Server-API uses the same data in the control center as in the navigation, you can be sure that the destination guidance in the navigation and in the control center planning is the same when calculating the route.

You can block or unblock roads (e.g. pedestrian zones) but also prefer or avoid roads. Like, for example, a bypass around a town if the direct route through the town center is faster. Personalize the route planning exactly as it suits your circumstances best.

With the ETA query, in combination with a distance matrix calculation, you can determine in a flash which vehicle can be at the scene the fastest and alert it accordingly. All previously entered blockages are of course taken into account.

It is also helpful that truck attributes can be edited in the map, e.g. if a bridge is only passable up to 10 tons for public traffic, but may be loaded higher by fire departments in case of emergency.

All blockings, truck attributes etc. can be visualized and further edited in the web editor.

The Server-API comes with a comprehensive package of documentation, a tutorial and we have created a dedicated playlist on our YouTube channel for this.

If you have any questions, please send us a message – we will be happy to advise you on further possible applications of the Server-API.