Abley are proud to support the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS), who would like to invite you to join CEO Claire Howe & colleagues to a FREE SEMINAR (and post-seminar discussion) about some exciting upcoming opportunities for Road Safety in New Zealand.
Courtney Groundwater and Stacy Rendall are looking forward to presenting at the Survey and Spatial Annual Conference 2019 being held in Auckland this week. Our presentation shares the work we have done for Auckland Transport (AT) to improve community safety, focusing particularly on the methodology we developed for prioritising schools to receive safety treatments.
Andrew Wilson, Matthew Noon and Dale Harris are presenting at T-Tech 2019. T-Tech, brought to us by Intelligent Transport Systems New Zealand, aims to inform on the future of transport and mobility with topics covering governance, major projects and initiatives which will shape the industry in years to come.
Have a read of our latest Street Smart newsletter, featuring our 3D spatial analysis tool for safe overtaking on roads, quantifying the benefits of active travel & walkability, our growing web & software development expertise, internal staff promotions, meet our 10 new team members & more!
A recent SNC event involved a group of about 20 of us heading over to the Asian Garden Cooking School in Harewood, for a demonstration of Thai/ Vietnamese cooking. We started the evening with a lesson on the various exotic Asian herbs used to flavor the cooking. So many of these herbs were highly fragrant and had intense flavor. After that we moved inside for a lesson on how to make Oyster dipping sauce, beef cheek Penang curry and Vietnamese rice paper rolls. I now know why I could never get my Thai curries at home to taste the way they are meant to! We got a chance to have a go and the flavours were sublime. After the practical demo we sat down to a variety of courses served up with some delicious wine. Well worth the time and money – thank you SNC for a superb event!
Hamish Kingsbury, Senior Spatial Data Specialist is presenting this work at the Esri Regional Conference in Christchurch on the 28th March. His presentation will run through the problems the GIS team at North Canterbury Transport Infrastructure Recovery Alliance (NCTIR) faced, and how they’ve used FME to work with the ArcGIS REST API.