The 19th of November was an extra special night for Interpret and Abley as we were fortunate enough to receive six awards at the NZ Spatial Excellence Awards held at Te Papa in Wellington. It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to embark on projects and problems for clients that test our geospatial capabilities, and an absolute thrill to be recognised by the GIS community for the results we are getting. We are so pleased to be able to share our success with our valued clients and continue to show that we have the skills and people to get challenging work completed to a consistently high standard.
We are delighted to announce that five of our staff had abstracts accepted for the IPENZ Transportation Group Conference being held in Auckland 7 – 9 March 2016. The successful staff are Carl O’ Neil for “Quantifying the likelihood of Barrier Strike Maintenance”, Courtney Groundwater for “New Plymouth Model Community Evaluation”, Hamish Kingsbury for “Incorporating Road Safety into Vehicle Routing”, Haris Zia for “ Enhanced Speed Management Framework” and Jeanette Ward for “Road Space (Re)Allocation – The Constant Dilemma”. Congratulations to these staff.
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