Comparison table of the routing options

The routes in AnyLogic GIS Map shape can be requested from one of the two routing servers: YOURS or BRouter. They can also be constructed as a routing graph with the help of the GraphHopper OSM library.

This comparison matrix below shows the key differences in functionality between the three supported routing technologies.

Functionality YOURS

BRouter

GraphHopper

Coverage

Global

Global

Global

Modes of transportation

Car (fastest)

Yes

Experimental

Yes

Car (shortest)

Yes

Experimental

No

Bicycle (shortest)

Yes

Yes

No

Bicycle (fastest)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Pedestrian

Yes

Shortest

Yes

Advanced routing options

Turn restrictions

Partial

No

No

Vehicle details (height, …)

No

No

No

Via-points

Yes

Yes

No

Manual speeds

No

No

No

Avoid areas

No

Yes

No

Avoid borders

No

No

No

Avoid bridges or tunnels

No

Configurable

No

Avoid street types

No

Configurable

No

Accounts for hills

No

Yes

Yes

Accounts for steps


Yes

No

Real-time traffic

No

No

No

Routing over ferry routes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Transit (public transportation)

Routes

Schedules

GTFS input

Transfers

Multimodal

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown



Related topics

Defining routes in GIS map