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#461
Originally Posted by otsaloma View Post
Your suggestion is very obscure and hardly generalizable. Traffic is inherently online and trying to hack vague data to an offline graph model would be a lot of trouble for little gain.
Hello otsaloma, thanks so much to come to clarify this.
I know you are professional in this area; Same to @rinigis. The problem is that you still do not understand my trick. I will explain more better I guess...
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If we even forget about online/offline aspect, I am not aware of any data that is available on traffic conditions and covering large fractions of the world. By just monitoring your current speed and comparing it to the speed limit, I cannot make a choice of the future road since I don't have any data to base it on.

Actually, the best offline selector in this case is you - as a driver. You see traffic ahead and can decide to either stay or turn. If you turn, Valhalla will reroute accordingly. And again, you could alter your path as well.
 

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#463
Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
If we even forget about online/offline aspect, I am not aware of any data that is available on traffic conditions and covering large fractions of the world. By just monitoring your current speed and comparing it to the speed limit, I cannot make a choice of the future road since I don't have any data to base it on.

Actually, the best offline selector in this case is you - as a driver. You see traffic ahead and can decide to either stay or turn. If you turn, Valhalla will reroute accordingly. And again, you could alter your path as well.
Yeap rerouting is the solution of this too, you right. I just was thinking on funny feature, where whogo could be detect traffic by using some offline datas then whogo-maps could give an option to the driver if accept go to other way. Really Really Funny.
On my side I like offline datas. So once again thanks @Rinigus/@Otsaloma for supporting offline datas.
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