On 12th September, Abley were proud to be announced winners of the "Sustainable Journeys Award" at the Australasia Fleet Safety Awards 2019, for our travel planning programme called "TravelWhiz".
This year seven members of our Spatial and Technology team attended the New Zealand Esri User Conference (NZEUC) 2019, held at Auckland’s Sky City.
Fiona has recently joined Abley as a Principal Project Manager to lead the Community and Commerce Team who focus on the delivery of spatial data analysis and conversion, ArcGIS application configuration and GIS infrastructure management. Fiona is an experienced project manager having qualified and spent eight years in the Health IT industry spanning many successful health information projects. Using software to improve lives has been the main driver of Fiona’s career so far. We welcome Fiona to Abley! She will be based in our Auckland office.
The team at Abley are thrilled to win a Silver ACENZ INNOVATE project award for the Safer Journey’s Risk Assessment Tool (Mega Maps). Winners of the 2019 INNOVATE NZ Awards of Excellence were announced at a Gala Dinner held at the Christchurch Town Hall on Friday 9th August.
The current Government Policy Statement sets a clear direction in terms of creating a transport system that supports more walking and cycling. Data gaps and a lack of consistent monitoring and reporting for walking and cycling create challenges for tracking progress and informing decision-making.
Dale Harris and Steve Ford are presenting on Mega Maps at this year’s Esri User Conference. The Safer Journeys Risk Assessment Tool (“Mega Maps”) is an interactive geospatial web application that provides transport professionals with evidence for their speed management decisions.