Documentation

Radar is location data infrastructure. You can use our SDKs and APIs to build a wide range of location-based product and service experiences, including curbside pickup and delivery tracking, store locators, address autocomplete, location-based content and notifications, and more.

Quickstart

Want to get started quickly? Follow these three steps:

  1. Configure geofencing. Create custom geofences or enable out-of-the-box geofences for Places (place, chain, and category detection) or Regions (country, state, DMA, and postal code detection).

  2. Integrate the Radar SDK or API into your app or website. Integrate the SDK or API. Or, before integrating, test geofencing with our toolkit apps for iOS and Android.

  3. Enable integrations. Create a webhook or enable server-side integrations to send Radar events and user context to other systems.

Geofencing

Geofencing turns location data into context and events to help you build contextual app experiences. Go beyond on-device limits with support for unlimited geofences, polygon geofences, isochrone geofences, out-of-the-box geofences for places and regions, and more.

Geo APIs

Use our APIs to build location-based app experiences. Search your own geofence data or tap into our best-in-class address and place data from Yelp, Pitney Bowes, and other providers.

Trip tracking

Use our industry-leading location SDK to build experiences for curbside and in-store pickup, delivery tracking, and more.

Developer tools

Integrate Radar into your product or service using our best-in-class developer tools, including open-source SDKs for iOS, Android, and web, simple and flexible APIs, and integrations with leading platforms like Segment, Amplitude, Braze, and more.