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Hello everyone,

I am building an App using Python to compute a speed profile (using speedlimits) between two adresses or two coordinates. My final goal is to determine my car consumption for a giving itenerary. For that, my consumption model needs the travelling distance and the maximum speed my vehicle is reaching. Since I won't always have a GPS recording, I was thinking I could use the speedlimits as targets for my vehicle (of course if we respect the speedlimits ^^). I am sure it is feasible because it is almost what Google map would do to compute the traveling time.

Any idea how I could script that or maybe use some tools (free of course ^^)?

Thank you all.

asked 24 Jul '15, 15:43

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Are you already familar with existing routing frameworks ? Did you considered to play around with TrafficMining? You checked the research about OSM profile routing for eco, accessibility etc?

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