On Wednesday, September 16, at 1:00 pm Eastern the AASHTO Geospatial Online Transportation User Group (GOTUG) is sponsoring a webinar on Crash and Incident Topics from the GIS-T Symposium
Registration is free, but required:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
This Webinar will feature three presentations original slated for the 2020 GIS-T Symposium
A Streamlined Full Digital Emergency Operations Center Mapping Application – GDOT WebEOC Map –
Presented by Hong Liang, Georgia DOT
This presentation will show the web based EOC Mapping application that employs a streamlined full digital process for logging and reporting real‐time road incidence data, and is used to perform collective regional road condition mapping that allows local authorities to signify, hence coordinate actions, per road condition changes in large areas.
Crash Mapping and Analysis ‐ Data and System Architecture –
Presented by Glenn Vorhees University of Wisconsin
This presentation describes a new Crash Mapping and Analysis (CMAA) application within WisTransPortal for performing map‐based visualization and analysis. The primary features of the CMAA system are daily automated mapping of crash locations from police reported locations and an open, service‐based framework for data sharing based on ESRI geo‐processing services through integration with the WisTransPortal crash data model.
Modernization of MDTransportation Authority’ Freeway Incident Traffic Management (FITM) Plan –
Presented by Marshall L. Stevenson III, Maryland State Highway Administration, and Jesse Day, Transcend Spatial Solutions/Rizing
This presentation will focus on the technical process and benefits of transforming existing cartographic data into Esri’ Roads and Highways (R&H) and migrating the incident narrative data into a relational database for publication with Transcend’s Report Engine; FITM managers/stakeholders will be automatically notified of: Route realignments affecting detour routes or incident zones. Any changes to supplementary data maintained by MDSHA units, for example, digital message signs (DMS), truck restrictions or signalized intersections. Capital improvement projects affecting detour routes or incident zones