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OpenStreetMap-based geocoding/geolocation/maps/places API

Give us a shot at UnwiredLabs and LocationIQ. We've got geolocation, geocoding and Maps APIs. For cellular + WiFi geolocation, we've got our own proprietary datasets For geocoding, we use a bunch of ...
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Offline map browser on Android with offline search

For people who are into hiking, I can recommend the Mapy.cz app. It meets all the Absolute requirements* and provides (offline option included) 'Cycling and hiking maps of the world with marked trails ...
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Offline map browser on Android with offline search

I am going to recommend Maps - Navigation & Transit by Google. Based on your absolute requirements: Runs on Android. Check Provides downloadable offline maps for the places I travel to. Check I ...
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Real-time traffic information in OsmAnd+

I managed to import Google Maps into OsmAnd's car map manually by following this tutorial. You can learn it from this video. In the screenshot below you can see the result: In this example I decided ...
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Real-time traffic information in OsmAnd+

There is a project at trafficpixel.tk providing the possibility to add speed points and display the map as overlay in osmand too.
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Real-time traffic information in OsmAnd+

For (just) displaying traffic one can use OsmAnd overlay/underlay maps in the configure map settings. Yandex Traffic covers only some countries in Eastern Europe (wiki, in Russian), we need layers for ...
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GTK+ GPX Viewer

I think this one meets all or at least allmost all of your criterias: Viking: gratis open source linux gtk+ metric import gpx show osm show track shows dots show statistics / speed / time etc. zoom ...
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Notifications for OpenStreetMap edits in my neighbourhood

Using python, (already installed on most Linux systems), + Requests & BeautifulSoup you can simply poll the OpenStreetMap page - something like: import requests ...
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Map application that can balance time vs "nice itinerary"?

Maybe this ? Viamichelin belongs to Michelin of the Green and Red books, and I see they have a "discovery" option for "The route option for scenic roads that may have a touristic interest."
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Mapping software to find route using KML (or GPX) file with lots of paths

This sounds like a case for using GRASS GIS with QGIS as a front end with possibly a plugin or two. (Note that you can probably get more help over at https://gis.stackexchange.com/). GRASS GIS: ...
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Free and open-source Google Maps replacement?

OK, meanhwile I found something on F-Droid: CityZen. It is open source, uses OSM and shows POIs close to the own position - and does not seem to be spyware such as Google Maps
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Free navigation app that allows me to specify my speed on different road types

Google Maps allows you to do this by setting road types you would rather avoid or by using "alternate route" methods. To change a driving route, click and hold a spot on the route and drag it to a ...
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OpenStreetMap-based geocoding/geolocation/maps/places API

There's a lot out there, so I'll list a few I know or have used personally. Full map stack services: Mapbox: Excellent hosted tiles, geocoding, routing, more. Uses open data as well as proprietary ...
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Creating a single large bitmap from OpenStreetMap

This is not an answer (and therefore community wiki), but I'd like to point out that such an app is possible to write (I tried), but it's hard to not violate the terms of use. If you don't do it ...
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Travelling Salesman Problem solver?

OptaPlanner (java) and OptaPy (Python) both support TSP (as well as more advanced variants). See the TSP example in optaplanner-examples and the youtube video that demonstrates it. For openstreetmap ...
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Create a report that tracks changes on a web page

Hopefully someone will be familiar with software that does exactly what you want out of the box. In the meantime, here are recommendations for 2 tools that may help you achieve your goal. For ...
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Seeking software to allow users to draw spatial polygons

On the assumption that you need a desktop solution, QGIS is free and open source. You can configure map layers, such as Openstreetmap, and capture polygons into a dataset, which could be a database if ...
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ISoftware required for simulation of Vehicle Collision in map

What kind of protocol(s) are you using? If RPL is an option, then you can quickly start with Contiki OS, which has a simulator (Cooja) to run your experiment. NS2 (for Linux) is a much more open and ...
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Open Source Web Mapping with OpenLayers & PostgreSQL

I use Leaflet as a wrapper for Open Street Maps data, coding in AngualrJs. It works great, is powerful, but simple, with good documentation. divide that location in different polygons with respect ...
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Open Source Web Mapping with OpenLayers & PostgreSQL

You could try something like OTISS (https://www.otiss.co.uk/w/). It's primarily for tree surveys but has a 'street furniture section' that might do for your needs. It used Open Street Maps as its base ...
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Map application that can balance time vs "nice itinerary"?

Feasibility My Solution Unfortunately, what you are talking about is almost an between feature of what google is trying to do. They literally map everything and want you to explore via their ...
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GTK+ GPX Viewer

You might want to have a look at GpsMaster (https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/GpsMaster). It appears to tick all your requirements apart from the GTK+ one (it's written in Java FWIW). I've found it ...
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