Our team at Interpret Geospatial Solutions have been busy bringing together an historic imagery scanning project called RetroLens, working with LINZ and Councils throughout New Zealand. The work involves digitising more than 600,000 Crown aerial images in the interest of long term preservation, easier access, and better use of this valuable national resource.
It was announced today that Abley had been selected as a finalist in the Cycle Fridley Awards being held in Nelson at the 2 WalkandCycle Conference. The award recognises the commitment of a business supporting cycling and specifically relates to our design work at McLeans Island Forest Park.
The International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) is dedicated to preventing more than 3,500 road deaths that occur every day worldwide. Once a year, iRAP brings together the best of the best from around the world to share their road safety and RAP ideas, innovations and outcomes. This year, Paul Durdin , has been invited to attend the annual workshop in Melbourne in September in recognition of his contribution in developing Urban KiwiRAP risk mapping protocols.
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