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One of the challenges we have at TomTom Maps is to make sure each map update is shippable to customers without lowering the map quality. One aspect of the quality of our map is making sure the map stays routable. To ensure this for each update we currently rely on Neo4j. The presentation will go into some detail on the architecture, the size of the graph we maintain, the traversal algorithm and there will also be a short demo.
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Using a Graph Database to Ensure a Routable Road Network
Pieter is Product Manager at Redis Labs and is based in London. He holds a MSc in Computer Science from Ghent University, where he wrote a distinguished thesis on time-based graph models. Prior to joining RedisLabs, Pieter used to work for Neo4j and was an instance of Software Engineer at TomTom, the world’s leader in location and navigation software.