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World Time API

worldtimeapi.org

Version: 20210108


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Description

A simple API to get the current time based on a request with a timezone.

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Sign up for GraphHopper
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Each API part has its own documentation. Jump to the desired API part and learn about the API through the given examples and tutorials.
In addition, for each API there are specific sample requests that you can send via Insomnia or Postman to see what the requests and responses look like.
Insomnia
To explore our APIs with Insomnia, follow these steps:
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Postman
To explore our APIs with Postman, follow these steps:
Import our request collections as well as our environment file.
Specify your API key in your environment: "api_key": your API key
Start exploring
Postman
API Client Libraries
To speed up development and make coding easier, we offer the following client libraries:
JavaScript client - try the live examples
Others like C#, Ruby, PHP, Python, ... automatically created for the Route Optimization API
Bandwidth reduction
If you create your own client, make sure it supports http/2 and gzipped responses for best speed.
If you use the Matrix, the Route Optimization API or the Cluster API and want to solve large problems, we recommend you to reduce bandwidth
by compressing your POST request
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Contact Us
If you have problems or questions, please read the following information:
FAQ
Public forum
Contact us
GraphHopper Status Page
To stay informed about the latest developments, you can
follow us on twitter,
read our blog,
watch our documentation repository,
sign up for our newsletter or
our forum.
Select the channel you like the most.
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Currently, our main data source is OpenStreetMap. We also integrated other network data providers.
This chapter gives an overview about the options you have.
OpenStreetMap
Geographical Coverage
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please visit GraphHopper Maps.
You can edit and modify OpenStreetMap data if you find that important information is missing, e.g. a weight limit for a bridge.
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Supported Vehicle Profiles
The Routing, Matrix and Route Optimization APIs support the following vehicle profiles:
Name | Description | Restrictions | Icon
-----------|:----------------------|:--------------------------|:---------------------------------------------------------
car | Car mode | car access | car image
small_truck| Small truck like a Mercedes Sprinter, Ford Transit or Iveco Daily | height=2.7m, width=2+0.4m, length=5.5m, weight=2080+1400 kg | small truck image
truck | Truck like a MAN or Mercedes-Benz Actros | height=3.7m, width=2.6+0.5m, length=12m, weight=13000 + 13000 kg, hgv=yes, 3 Axes | truck image
scooter | Moped mode | Fast inner city, often used for food delivery, is able to ignore certain bollards, maximum speed of roughly 50km/h | scooter image
foot | Pedestrian or walking without dangerous SAC-scales | foot access | foot image
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mtb | Mountainbike | bike access | Mountainbike image
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TomTom
If you want to include traffic, you can purchase the TomTom Add-on.
This Add-on only uses TomTom's road network and historical traffic information.
Live traffic is not yet considered. If you are interested to learn how we consider traffic information, we recommend that you read this article.
Please note the following:
Currently we only offer this for our Route Optimization API.
In addition to our terms, you need to accept TomTom's End User License Aggreement.
We do not use TomTom's web services. We only use their data with our software.
Contact us for more details.
Geographical Coverage
We offer
Europe including Russia
North, Central and South America
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
South Africa
Australia
Supported Vehicle Profiles
Name | Description | Restrictions | Icon
-----------|:----------------------|:--------------------------|:---------------------------------------------------------
car | Car mode | car access | car image
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Help us improve the quality of our web APIs by completing our 2 minute survey here.
Amentum Pty Ltd is not responsible nor liable for any loss or damage of any sort incurred as a result of using the API.
Copyright Amentum Pty Ltd 2021.

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Background
This RESTful API provides information about physical VA facilities. Information available includes
geographic location, address, phone, hours of operation, and available services.
VA operates several different types of facilities, the types represented in this API include:
Health Facilities (vha)
Benefits Facilities (vba)
Cemeteries (nca)
Vet Centers (vc)
To read an FAQ on how wait times are calculated, click the "For more information" link on this page.
Getting Started
Base URLs
The base URLs for the VA Facilities API in the various environments are:
Sandbox: https://sandbox-api.va.gov/services/va_facilities/v0
Production: https://api.va.gov/services/va_facilities/v0
Authorization
API requests are authorized through a symmetric API token, provided in an HTTP header with name apikey.
Response Formats
Clients may request several response formats by setting the Accept header.
application/json - The default JSON response format complies with JSON API. This media type is not available for bulk requests using the /facilities/all endpoint. It will return 406 Not Acceptable.
application/geo+json - GeoJSON-compliant format, representing each facility as a feature with a point geometry.
application/vnd.geo+json - Deprecated. Prefer application/geo+json.
text/csv - Available for the bulk download operation only. Some structured fields are omitted from the CSV response.
Response Elements
Some data elements within the response are only present for facilities of a given type:
The patient satisfaction scores contained in the satisfaction element are only applicable
to VA health facilities.
The patient wait time values contained in the wait_times element are only applicable to
VA health facilities.
The list of available services in the services element is only applicable to VA health and
benefits facilities.
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Facility ID Formats and Constraints
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National cemetery: nca_063
Non-national cemetery: nca_s1082
Vet center: vc_0872MVC
Mobile Facilities
The mobile health facilities move regularly within a region. If a facility comes back from this API with "mobile": "true", the latitude/longitude and address could be inaccurate. To get the exact current location, please call the number listed.
Deprecations
activestatus field is deprecated and replaced with operatingstatus.
application/vnd.geo+json media type is deprecated and replaced by application/geo+json
Reference
Raw VA Facilities Open API Spec
GeoJSON Format
JSON API Format

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Our atmosphere protects us from a hostile space radiation environment comprising high energy particles of solar and intergalactic origin. Solar radiation is significant during unpredictable and short lived solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs); however, galactic cosmic radiation (GCR) is omnipresent. The GCR intensity varies with latitude, longitude, and time due to effects of solar activity on the interplanetary magnetic field, as well as the Earth's magnetic field. Space radiation collides with gases in the atmosphere, leading to a complex shower of high energy radiation, the intensity and composition of which varies spatially and temporally. Excessive exposure to radiation can damage DNA and lead to long-term health effects such as an increased risk of cancer. Resulting radiation levels at commercial aircraft altitudes are greater than at sea level due. Aircrew are classified as radiation workers in some countries; however, planning to limit their exposure, and monitoring, is generally lacking. Both real-time measurements and predictive models of radiation in the atmosphere are important to mitigate the radiation risk crew.
We host a RESTful API to models of cosmic ray induced ionising radiation in the atmosphere. The PARMA or CARI7 endpoints can be used to calculate Effective Dose or Ambient Dose Equivalent at a point.
The Route Dose API calculates the same quantities along a great circle route between two airports using CARI7.
API requests must contain a key "API-Key" in the header (see code samples). Obtain a key from here.
Help us improve the quality of our web APIs by completing our 2 minute survey here.
Amentum Pty Ltd is not responsible nor liable for any loss or damage of any sort incurred as a result of using the API.
Copyright Amentum Pty Ltd 2021.