The most recent worldwide Esri User Conference was held in San Diego where our Steve Abley was invited to present on law and enforcement and specifically the integration of GIS and speed cameras. This international work is furthering our reputation in the area of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and links nicely with the Ministry of Transport’s action plan for ITS ‘Transport in the digital age’ that was released in mind June.
Two abstracts submitted to the Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference 2014 by Abley staff have been accepted. Paul Durdin and Dale Harris have co-authored a paper on 'Developing a Risk Prediction Model for a Safe System Signature Project.' Paul has also had another paper accepted entitled 'Enhanced Identification of High-Risk Intersections.' The conference is being held in Melbourne from 12 - 14 November 2014.
Four abstracts submitted to the 2014 NZ Esri User Conference by Abley staff have been accepted. Dale Harris will present on mapping road network performance using emerging digital data sources. Helen Roulston will present on the value of accessibility modelling. Natalie Scott will present on Automatic Mappping: Python, Properties and Pipelines and Subodh Dhakal will present on the New Zealand Police Speed Camera Site Selection .The conference is being held in Auckland from 18 – 20 August.
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