Mapyst is a Java library. Mapyst has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. However Mapyst build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
Mapyst gives users indoor and outdoor directions around Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus. It also can be used as a starting point for similar applications for other campuses. The applications were created so that by only changing the incoming data files and small changes to the frontend source code, the applications will work for any campus. To create the data for the Carnegie Mellon campus, the Mapyst team started with the detailed blueprints of the buildings. The blueprints were simplified, rotated according to their actual orientation over Google Maps, and compressed. Points and lines, representing a graph, were drawn over the blueprints to create the map of where a person could walk. Each line/edge has a time associated with it indicating the amount of time it takes an average person to walk between those two points. (Note that the data for Carnegie Mellon’s campus has not been distributed.). Creating the data and making sure everything is formatted correctly is complicated and requires tools. Anyone wishing to create a similar application for their campus can contact the Mapyst team at [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com) for help.