Furkot is a free road trip planning web application. It maintains a directory of trip itineraries for each user. When creating an itinerary the user specifies trip date and destination. Furkot displays a map of the trip area with attractions and points of interest that the user can add to the itinerary as stops.
Furkot supports planning a wide variety of activities: hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, snowshoeing. It also displays on the map geocoded wikipedia articles, outdoor places, electric charging stations and travel-related deals.
Furkot calculates driving times and distances between stops and shows routes on the map. It automatically breaks the itinerary into days based on both driving time and time spent at attractions. Furkot also suggests hotels along the route based on user’s preferences.
In addition to hotels, Furkot allows users to select different types of accommodations: campgrounds, bed-and-breakfast, hostels, private rooms, apartments and vacation rentals.
As part of planning a trip Furkot directs users to booking sites to reserve hotels, cars, and flights. The landing pages of booking sites open pre-populated with checkin/checkout dates, locations and other relevant booking details.
Kids Busy Book provides a comprehensive directory of attractions and events for kids throughout the Sacramento valley and California.
You can find all kinds of local gems, whether it is a playful park within walking distance, a joyful bounce house in town, or a gorgeous bit of wilderness that’s worth the drive. You can also track down the best place for your child’s next birthday party.
If you own a business that caters to children and it is not yet listed on Kids Busy Book, you can add it for free.
Wheelmap is an online map for wheelchair accessible places. Like Wikipedia, the data is publically owned – anyone can contribute by tagging public places according to their accessibility. Mobility-impaired persons, such as users of wheelchairs or walking frames, use the platform to share relevant location-based information. Can one reach a specific café? Does a popular restaurant have an accessible toilet? Is a municipal office barrier-free? The OpenStreetMap-based approach helps mobility-impaired users, as well as anyone with limited mobility, to plan their day more efficiently. Thousands of e-volunteers supporting the cause add to the database via the web or mobile phones. Wheelmap has more than 250,000 points of interests in eighteen languages. Public awareness raised by Wheelmap can encourage owners of public buildings to improve their location’s accessibility.
Geocode Factory is a mapping component that allows you to display various types of Joomla! content on a Google Map. Geocode Factory can use data from Community builder (profiles), Jomsocial (profiles and Events), Sobi2, Mosets tree, SobiPro, Jevents, AdsManager. The maps can be customized for each instance via templating and CSS and we provide many built in options like side bars, geolocation, radius parameters and many others!