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The "tronish" style. One of several map styles created using the Tangram WebGL system, which renders from the vector tiles.

Mapzen (mapzen.com) was an open source mapping lab building mapping tools and services, funded by Samsung. OpenStreetMap is central to many of its products.

Closed down

Mapzen closed down end of January 2018. Most if not all of their products, services, and documentation were open source and remain available on GitHub. They have also provided a migration guide to similar services, and an organisation called Nextzen was established for some continued hosting.

Projects and services

  • Pelias, an opensource geocoder using Elasticsearch: demo (Github).
  • Tangram, an opensource 3D map rendering library using WebGL: demo (Github).
  • A vector tile service.
  • Valhalla, an open source routing engine

Not to be confused with

CloudMade had previously used the Mapzen name for its editing products.

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